Recipe by Rosemary
"This bubbly punch will be a hit at any party. Feel free to use any flavored sherbet available."
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1 (750 milliliter) bottle
I made this for my sisters shower and everyone enjoyed it. I used rainbow sherbet. Next time I will use only raspberry and throw in some frozen raspberries to make it a little more elegant. You can't get muche easier.
I was disappointed with this punch. The taste was so-so, but I would NOT reccommend using lime sherbert because it gives the punch a murky green color when mixed with the other ingredients. I used ginger ale but would probably go with Sprite next time. I'll try it again with raspberry sherbet.
very good, nice fizzy taste!
I made this for our poker night and this did not go over as well as I would have liked. In fact, I was slightly embarrassed by some of the jokes that were made about its taste. I'm giving it 3 stars because I think it has hope...I'll use a better champagne next time and also, instead of ginger ale, I'll try Sprite. ALSO, I'll try another kind of sherbert...orange or raspberry? I'll change my rating if the second go-around works much better.
I tried this recipe for a party, all my guest enjoyed it. The recipe was easy and it was really good.
to get more of a kick to it only use only a one to one ratio of the ingredients
I used the Sprite, champagne & raspberry sherbet and it was great. Very nice how it bubbles as you add the champagne. None was left at the end of the party. Will definitely make again.
Try with sprite and raspberry garnished with raspberries for a more elegant look!
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