Shark Punch Drink Recipe

This refreshing shark punch drink recipe has a surprise *bite* lurking just beneath the surface! A day before the party, make shark ice cubes by freezing bite-sized gummy shark candy in ice cube trays filled with water. Let the trays stand at room temperature for an hour to remove the air bubbles before placing them in the freezer. The candy will dissolve slightly while freezing, tinting the cubes a soft pastel color.

Then, prepare blue drink mix according to package instructions (Kool-Aid works well). Pour the blue drink into a punch bowl and add 2 liters of ginger ale. When serving, place two or three shark cubes in a tall, clear glass for each child and fill with punch!

Be sure to check out the rest of our Undersea Fish Themed Birthday Party Ideas and all of our Photo Birthday Invitations for your party!

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