Thursday, November 3, 2011

Lime Sherbet Wedding Punch

So I wanted to make a punch for the Halloween Party we had
but I didn't want it to be red or anything that would stain carpet. know how they are.
Oh who are we kidding, 
I end up spilling more than my kids do.
I'm terrible for that!

So my Mom makes this punch that is from Paula Deen.
It's supposed to be a wedding punch because it's light and fluffy and pretty.
I made it because I thought it looked kind of like green slime if you mix it up a bit more.

And it is soooo tasty!
The kids couldn't get enough!
So try it out for your next bridal shower...
or Halloween Party!
Can't get much more versatile than that!

2 quarts lime sherbet
2 liters ginger ale
1 (46-ounce) can pineapple juice
Lemon slices
Lime slices
Maraschino cherries (if desired)
*I didn't include any of the fruit for the Halloween version*
In a punch bowl, add 2 quarts of slightly softened lime sherbet. Then add ginger ale and pineapple juice. Decorate with lemon and lime slices and some maraschino cherries.

*Mix it up a bit if you want it looking slimier for Halloween!*


loulou said...



I'm coming over - I do like anything citrus-y

love the tang it gives - maybe that is why now I complain that they don't make those sherbet lollies like they used to either. It used to have quite a tang and now it is just nothing.

I am glad you had such a great time.

Have a wonderful day

loulou, from hereiamloulou blog


SassyUptownChic said...

Hey Sheri! I love a good punch girl! Mine is often red with orange sherbet. I just switched to a light color Berber carpet. HAHA So I don't make it as much eithre. HAHA Glad they loved the recipe.

Catherine said...

Yum! I think I will make this for Christmas :)

Stitchfork said...

Sounds like mu cup of tea-I mean punch no matter what the occasion! And I have the big kidlets that still spill!
xo Cathy

Bravoe Runway said...

This is you remember in the 80s there was this Hi-C punch called Ecto Cooler? This totally reminds me of Ecto Cooler. I wonder if they make it anymore! I'll have to try this for the hoidays!

Theme Wedding said...

Yeah !!! Christmas is best occasion for trying it :)

alicia said...

I remember seeing Paula talk about this punch on her show. I've always wanted to try it :)

Melissah from Scrapbook said...

Sounds delicious I may try that over summer. I just discovered your lovely blog & have signed up as your latest follower I will be popping back for some more inspiration!