Baby Shower Blue Cloud Punch

"The ice cream will melt in the punch and turn it into a baby blue colour leaving frothy blue and white clouds floating on top --- this should serve around 20 people but of coarse it will depend on the size of glasses used --- this punch may be prepared slightly in advance with the top covered tightly with plastic wrap so that the 7-Up will not loose it's bubbles, add in scoops of ice cream before serving --- for a pink punch see my recipe#125733"
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Ready In:


  • 1 (1/4 ounce) package berry blue unsweetened Kool-Aid powdered drink mix
  • 1 (2 liter) bottle 7-Up soda (or use a similar lemon-flavor beverage)
  • 1 (64 ounce) bottle white cranberry juice
  • 34 - 1 cup white sugar (or to taste)
  • 8 -10 scoops vanilla ice cream


  • In a large plastic or glass punch bowl stir together the Kool-Aid drink mix powder with 7-Up and white cranberry juice until well combined.
  • Stir in sugar starting with 3/4 cup and adding in more to taste (make certain to stir until no granules remain).
  • Place scoops of ice cream on the top of the punch, the ice cream will somewhat melt and create a beautiful baby blue colour that resemble white clouds floating on top).
  • Serve immediately.

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  1. This is delicious and so creative! I made this recently for a friends shower and got tons of requests for the recipe. My punch bowl was a little too small, so I had to divide it into two before adding the icecream. It was nice to have the second one already ready and waiting. I will definitly be making this again!
  2. Just made this for my daughter-in-laws baby shower. The color scared me at first but the color changed to a beautiful pastel green when we added the ice cream. Taste was wonderful!! Thanks for helping to make our party a hit Kittencal. On tried-and-true recipes you are number one in my book!!
  3. Yum! I was worried about serving this at an adult party but it was gone in no time!
  4. This is delicious, though I made it just slightly altered, I used white grape juice as I couldn't find white cranberry juice and I used pineapple sherbert as I've always used sherbert in punches. We were doing a crazy party, so we put zombie ducks in it instead of the more traditional rubber duckies. Huge hit!
  5. Made this for a baby (boy) shower this weekend. Not only did it look super cute but I saw several (adults) go back for seconds and thirds---I did too! It was tart but sweet at the same time. I didn't add any extra sugar and I think it was perfect that way. Thanks so much Kittencal!!



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