Recipe by CaItLiN
"This recipe, made for kids, is a fruity-good drink. Raspberry juice is blended with raspberry sherbet and carbonated water. You can try cranberry-raspberry, or apple-raspberry juice!"
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1 1/2 cups
Used for a birthday party for my 5-year old. Went over well with all the kids. Not too sweet. Added much more raspberry sorbet than the recipe called for.
The kids liked this one a lot, but it was not fizzy after going through the blender. We tried it again, on another occasion, by just topping it off in the glass with the soda and it was much fizzier (looked way cooler too, with the foamy top). This works well with other flavors of juice and sherbet. We tried mango sherbet and orange-mango juice as well. We think lemon-lime would be a great one to try also :D
MY GIRLS LOVE THIS AND REQUEST IT OFTEN!!
mmmmmmm............ i found this quite delicious. however, i would suggest not puting the water in the blender, it is fizzyer if you simpley add the sorbet mixture to glasses then stir
Didn't turn out fizzy at all, but I've tried similar recipes that did retain a fizzy quality. Maybe more carbonated water? It wasn't bad, but isn't much different than plain raspberry sherbet.
Yum great refreshing summer drink!
Delicious! I love how frothy it gets on top. My daughter and I love this as a summery dessert.
it was a amazing fizzler my kids love it
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/2 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 2
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 0
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