This delicious raspberry sherbet + soda + juice slush is made with a simple 3-ingredients and is perfect for any party!
I mean, 3-ingredients? You can’t go wrong there! It whips up in seconds and will quickly become the favorite drink of any party. I know I just mentioned baby showers and girl’s birthday parties on my pink cake from Friday, but I’ll mention them both again… this drink is great for those types of parties! I mean, how perfect are these drinks for a pretty-in-pink birthday party or a shower for a new baby girl? I’ve definitely got baby showers on my mind because I’ve got a few friends that are in need of one. This is just the drink!
The great news is, the colors can easily be changed by the flavor of sherbet you choose to use, so you could just as easily have a bright orange drink, a cheery purple drink, a bold green drink (no spinach included!), or really whatever flavor of sherbet you find at your store. Do they have blue? Because baby showers for little boys need fancy drinks too!
So far, we’ve tried orange and raspberry. I have to say that raspberry is by far my favorite flavor, but it’s totally personal so pick whatever sherbet is looking/sounding delicious to you!
The method for making these is really quick and easy – just blend up the sherbet with pineapple juice and add in some plain lemon and lime soda or a ginger ale (whichever you like best).
Growing up, we always blended sherbet into our drinks because it makes for a smooth and super delicious drink – no chunks of ice cream floating up in your glass! I suppose you could just as well mash it all together really well in a punch bowl, but I’ve always had the best results with quickly blending up the drink – it’s super smooth and very quick to do!
As far as the soda you select, you can choose to make this drink lower calorie by using a diet or calorie-free soda. The full calorie soda is the other option. I tried both and can honestly say I loved them both so whatever your preference is the taste doesn’t change a whole lot. You can also try a few different soda flavors. I recommend sticking to a lemon-lime flavor or a ginger ale, but I’m sure there are plenty of other options to try depending on what kind of soda you like.
- 3 cups heaping Raspberry Sherbet just over half of the container of 1 full gallon
- 4 cups pineapple juice
- 1 liters bottle lemon and lime flavored soda 2
- Optional: raspberries mint
In a large blender, blend together the Raspberry Sherbet, the pineapple juice, and 4 cups of the soda.
Blend until smooth. (If your blender isn't large enough, do this in a couple of batches.)
Pour the mixture into glasses and then pour the remaining soda on top of the beverages.
Top with raspberries and mint if desired.
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