This simple recipe for blue frozen punch is a hit whether you’re throwing a Disney Frozen party for your kids, celebrating a birthday, wedding, or baby shower.
If you love throwing parties or gathering with friends, this is the perfect (and easiest!) cold punch recipe for kids and adults alike! We all need a recipe that never fails to please guests and everyone begs for the recipe!
I served it at an Elephant Themed Baby Shower for my first grandson to be.
My daughter Rachel is due in January. You may remember Rachel’s gender reveal party where we decorated with aqua and hot pink using supplies from the dollar store and my craft supplies.
Yes, our first grandchild, Aiden James, is set to arrive soon and we are about to burst with excitement!
For Rachel’s baby shower I simply reused the blue decorations, including the chalkboard banner, rearranging everything to work inside my home.
***Edited to note: I served this punch for my daughter’s SECOND baby shower as well! Her family and my house have changed a lot (thus the new pictures!) in these three years but the blue frozen punch is still delicious!
- container of blue Hawaiian punch
- 7-up or ginger ale, Sprite, etc.
- pineapple juice
- vanilla ice cream, optional
See the recipe card for quantities.
- Freeze blue punch in ice cube trays if desired.
- Pour bottle of blue Hawaiian Punch into punch bowl or other container.
- Add Ginger Ale to mixture
- Add two cups of pineapple juice.
- Stir all ingredients and add ice cubes if desired.
- If using vanilla ice cream, add a few scoops right before serving.
You can always change the color of Hawaiian Punch (red is a favorite for Christmas and Valentine’s Day.) Feel free to use a different juice such as orange juice. Any clear soda will do, such as Ginger Ale, Sprite, or even something like Cranberry Sprite during the holiday season.
Since I love ice cream, adding the vanilla was a no-brainer! This would be perfect for a party celebrating Disney’s Frozen movie! As the ice cream melts the drink becomes more like a combination of a slushy and milk shake. Divine! Kids of all ages will adore it!
Make sure and add the ice cream right before serving so it doesn’t melt too much. The scoops look like puffs of snow!
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If you need a large beverage container this one has the removable ice cone in the middle. It’s one of my favorite ways to serve punch.
Or maybe a punch bowl is more your style. This glass one also comes with 8 glasses, perfect for a luncheon or party!
The punch stays colder if you refrigerate the ingredients the night before. If you have leftovers simply pour back into the plastic containers and refrigerate!
Can you use this punch for any type of event?
I love the fact that this punch recipe is so easy and can be made at the last minute. Perfect for school parties and busy days celebrating a child’s birthday.
The more pineapple juice you add the less teal color the punch will have. If you want it very blue just leave out the pineapple juice!
Blue Frozen Punch
- 1 gallon container of blue Hawaiian punch
- 1 2-liter of 7-up or ginger ale, Sprite, etc.
- 2 cups pineapple juice
- ½ gallon vanilla ice cream (optional)
- Mix together all ingredients in a punch bowl or dispenser.
- Serve cold with ice cubes.
- If desired add scoops of vanilla ice cream.