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Rainbow Unicorn Party Punch

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rainbow unicorn party punchSo my littlest went through about five hundred different themes for her birthday party – Dora, Princess, Frozen (She decided against Frozen because “Grandma’s birfday is right after my birfday and I bets her’s gonna want an Elsa party so I will lets her.” <— direct quote), Hello Kitty, Unicorn…. and on and on.  She kept coming back to Unicorn.  When I asked her what her favorite color was she said “Pink!” *pause* “And all the colors!” I responded “Like a rainbow?” “Yes!  I like all of the rainbow!” So there was our theme “Rainbow Unicorn” – and with a ridiculous theme like “Rainbow Unicorn” you are obviously gonna need a silly, over the top treat to serve your guests right? Today I bring you Rainbow Unicorn Party Punch!


Rainbow Unicorn Party Punch is as easy as it is fun!


We don’t really do soda in our house – but this is a special occasion. I think fun kid’s party drinks makes a birthday party even more memorable. My mom used to make a punch like this for birthday parties – I just kicked it up a notch with the whipped cream and sprinkles and a really awesome cup!

This is so easy and your guests will really love it!


Lemon Lime Soda (I used Honest Fizz – no chemicals or sugar – sweetened with stevia!)

Rainbow Sherbet

Whipped Cream


Fancy cup and straws


Process – My mom used to make a version of this punch when we were kids in a big punch bowl.  I have too much OCD anxiety thinking of kids plunging their dirty fingers into a community punch bowl to have any fun that way so instead we made them individually.


1) Pick out a fun cup (a regular old cup will work too – but I mean, how cool is this Unicorn cup?! Also, ours doubled as a bonus take home gift for our friends – win win!)

2) Pour chilled lemon lime soda to about 2/3 full.

3) Add in one scoop of rainbow sherbet.

4) Add a shot of whipped cream on top.

5) Dash of rainbow sprinkles and a colorful straw.





* Thank you to the good folks at Honest Tea for sending us drinks for our party! Links are not affiliate links but they probably should be.


Until Next Time ~ Kate
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17 Responses
  1. maryann says:

    Cute!! Love rainbow sherbet. The rainbow sprinkles and the fun straw totally completes the look too! 🙂 I could use one of these right now…

    • kate says:

      thank you! The kids lost their marbles when they saw it – it is amazing what rainbow sprinkles can do for a kid 😉

  2. Joanna says:

    I remember a recipe similar to this when I was a kid. It’s perfect for kids parties or just a fun summer drink:)

  3. annabelt says:

    Rainbow Unicorn is a great theme for a party! Those drinks turned out so pretty too – I love the unicorn glasses 🙂

  4. Lauren says:

    What a fun drink idea!! MY kids would love this!

  5. Roxanne says:

    Very cute. I want to know if grandma ended up having an Elsa party!

  6. Jane C says:

    Gavin requested this “Roo’s punch” with his dinner tonight. He didn’t get it but he loved it at the party! Where did you get the rainbow sherbet?

    • kate says:

      ha! that is SO funny Jane – sorry I am just seeing this! Believe it or not it is just from Target haha – it wasn’t a full rainbow (just peach, yellow, and green) but it worked out just fine 😉

  7. Elena says:

    looks so fun! would be great for a party

  8. Lori says:

    Love this idea! So fun and cute! My son would love it!

  9. Fareeha says:

    Wow, this is just so super cool and super fun. I just cant wait to try it out

  10. Sarah Sobocinski says:

    It’s my daughter’s birthday next week. This would be so good.

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