28 Reviews

I also used this recipe for a bridal shower. Everyone loved it. Several of the guests wanted to have the recipe. It was perfect for the warm sumnmer afternoon. I did find it very quick to make. I also added the frozen raspberries. I was extremely pleased with the results. Thank you.

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gloria Church August 29, 2001

I absolutely love this recipe! It was so easy to make and everyone loved it. I served it at a Baby Shower on 2/24/2002. I only used 1/2 of the suggested amount of raspberry sherbert. I also added frozen raspberries, which I let thaw a little. For 45 women, we went through about 4 7-quart punch bowls of the punch. I will diffinitely use this recipe again. As a matter of fact, I am giving a Bridal Shower in May, so I will use it again. It is delicious and easy. Try it and ENJOY!

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Djane117 March 08, 2002

Great recipe, everyone loved it,,young & old. We used 12oz frozen can of pink lemonade instead of the pineaple juice?

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Bonnie Haller December 06, 2000

I made this punch for a bridal shower. It was really easy to make and everyone loved it. They kept going back for more! I added frozen raspberries to help keep the punch cool. It added a nice, decorative touch and by the time we got around to drinking it, the raspberries had thawed enough to where they were edible. I will be using this recipe for any future showers or parties.

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Karen in OK May 29, 2001

I served this at a christening party I gave for a friend this past weekend and it was a hit. However, I think next time I make it I will decrease the amount of sherbert by 1/2 to decrease sweetness and play with it from there. All the guests liked it though, and several asked for the recipe.

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Michele Barnett May 24, 2001

I used this recipe for a baby shower and it was the talk of the party. It's sooo easy and absolutely wonderful!!!

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Sancton Daryl February 12, 2001

Wonderful and easy! I served this punch at a baby shower yesterday and I lost count of the number of ladies who praised it and wanted the recipe. We went though about 5 gallons of it! I also had prepared an ice ring in my bundt pan from part of the pineapple juice and the ginger ale. It kept it nice and cold for three hours. Like others who have left comments, I too added frozen raspberries to it. It was all great.

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Linda K. April 28, 2002

I served this punch at a baby shower with just a few changes. I couldn't find plain raspberry sherbet so I used Edy's Berry Rainbow(raspberry, blackberry and orange) and also frozen blackberries. I got so many compliments! And it was extremely easy to make... I love it!

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dawnv March 20, 2002

Just made this for a baby shower. Absolutely delicious!!

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ksahr June 25, 2012

This punch was awesome. I made one the way it is stated in this recipe and I also made one adding raspberry vodka. Everyone raved about it. Add the vodka to your taste. I make it every summer for many of our outings, and use it for many other celebrations.

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Nabacarla June 07, 2011
Raspberry Sherbet Punch