Lime Sherbet / 7-Up Punch

"A great punch recipe to be served at Christmas. My mother served it every year for as long as I can remember. I usually make this one as it is green, and I usually make a red punch as well; therefore I have both prominent Christmas colors for the perfect Christmas theme."
 
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Ready In:
5mins
Ingredients:
2
Yields:
1 Punch Bowl Full
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ingredients

  • 1 quart lime sherbet (estimated amt.)
  • 1 (2 liter) bottle 7-Up soda (estimated amount)
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directions

  • Pour Seven Up into punch bowl.
  • Float scoops of lime sherbet on top.

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Reviews

  1. MsBaton
    I made this for a Halloween party for teenage girls. I put it into a black cauldron and made the pineapple juice into pieces of ice bones. It was a big hit. It tasted good and the green punch gave it a very witchy feel and look. My only complaint was that the girls were on a sugar high from all the sugar content.
     
  2. ladypit
    I had an open house today and it occured to me, 2 hours before it was to start, that I had nothing but water to drink. Luckily I had seen this recipe and could run to the store for the supplies. I used rainbow sherbert for the pretty colors and it was very tasty and fast! Thanks!
     
  3. Cheesehead
    I make this for every holiday for my family. I have also used Raspberry sherbet which is also very good!
     
  4. shimmerysummersun
    I made this punch for my Christmas Eve party and it was delightful! I used the 7-up and the lime sherbert as suggested. I might try a different flavor of sherbert next time. Thanks for posting!
     
  5. Countrywife
    This is wonderful punch! The lime and 7 Up is a great combination. I've made this several times with different flavors of sherbet. It's best when the sherbet is melteed.
     
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I am originally from Texas. I have lived in Michigan for the past 12 years, and love it! My favorite cookbook would have to be The Knight's Of Columbus from the West branch, Michigan Post. I more or less taught myself to cook with much trial and error.
 
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