Lime Sherbet Punch From: A Taste of Memories: Comforting Foods From Our Past

During the 1960s the “in” party punch served at all wedding and baby showers was Sherbet Punch. This frosty concoction is simple to make, and you can use any flavor of sherbet you like to complement your party theme colors.

Lime Sherbet Punch

1 (half-gallon) carton Lime Sherbet (or flavor of your choice)
2 (32 ounce) bottles ginger ale, 7-Up or Sprite, chilled

Place sherbet in punch bowl and slice into chunks. Slowly pour in ginger ale and mix well. Makes 16-18 (6-ounce) servings.

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