Recipe By VIKPOH
Rating
Published Jun 26th
Somewhere Over the Rainbow
Prep 10m Cook - Additional - Ready In 10m
Servings 12 servings Calories 94.1

It’s a cool refreshing non-alcoholic punch that’s perfect for summer picnics and gatherings. Use any flavor of sherbet.

Recipe Ingredients

  • 1 pint rainbow sherbet
  • 2 liters lemon-lime flavored carbonated beverage

Cooking Directions

  1. 1 Place the sherbet in a punch bowl
  2. 2 Pour in the carbonated beverage
  3. 3 Stir gently.

Nutrition Facts

  • Calories 94.1
  • Carbohydrate 24.2 g
  • Protein 0.2 g
  • Sodium 20.1 mg
  • Sugar 7.7 g

Reviews

  1. Easy and Refreshing. A great drink for a hot summer day and cheap!! We love it with orange sherbert.
  2. This is a definite favorite of mine that my mom has made since I was a child. However I can't say that it's perfect without ginger ale. The lemon-lime soda just makes the punch too sweet but the ginger ale will give it a little sass--in a good way.
  3. this was a VERY pleasant surprise even for those in the house that didn't LIKE soda! i made these individually in a glass with just half a glass of sherbet and then pouring the soda over. INSTANT hit!
  4. This is such a great & easy recipe! We had a Hawaiian themed end-of-the year party for my 3rd grade son and served this punch. I purchased paper drink umbrellas (parasols) put pineapple chunks & marachino cherries on each & stuck one in each cup. Huge hit!!
  5. This is good. Can't get any easier. I make individual servings by just putting 7Up in a glass adding a bit of sherbet and just stirring.
  6. I made this for my son's birthday party but doubled the recipe. I also added a 2 liter of fruit punch. The kids had a blast putting chunks of sherbert into their cups with some punch! LOL!!
  7. I was looking for a SUPER easy and QUICK punch... Found it! I made this for a Mother's Day party and used ginger ale instead of the lemon-lime soda. Yum-mee!!!! Everybody loved it. Can't get easier than this!
  8. HUGE hit for a baby shower I had on Sunday! FYI there are 4 pints to a half gallon so for each half gallon of sherbet you need 4 two liters of soda. I used raspberry sherbet since this baby is going to be a girl and it was a gorgeous pink and frothed up - Read more ...