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Just served to 30-40 at office party and it's all gone. Already had 3 requests for the recipe. Thanks Judith wherever you are! There were a lot of lackluster recipes out there and this one had more to it!
My guests really liked this but... too sweet. My good hubby who volunteered to mix it thought he was halving the sugar but thank goodness he only put the proper amount! Good recipe; just needs less sugar. (UPDATE! GREAT IDEA!! We had quite a bit of leftover punch which I froze--hate to waste anything--and the kids took it out and scooped it for dessert. Wow!!! I am going to try this on purpose still with less sugar because it was almost syrupy. Like a granita. I will stir a bit while freezing and this time LEAVE more SPACE in freezer container for expansion!) Also for double punch recipe I used 1/4 less sherbet and it was fine.
I make this using Crystal Light - thereby eliminating the sugar and I make an ice ring in my jelly mold with sugar free soda (regular won't freeze solid & it won't dilute the punch like regular ice) you can put fruit into the jelly mold also and it looks even prettier.
I have made this a couple of times now and love the flavor. Lime and pineapple together are very refreshing. As written I give this 4 stars because the sugar is way too much. This time I made a double batch and only used 3 cups total. This was perfect for us. So give this one a try but add your sugar to taste not as the recipe states. Also when I made it this time I could not find any unsweetened drink mix that was just lime so I used lemon-lime and it was still great.
Made this for a baby shower and everyone loved it! Tried to make it blue by using blue lemonade Kool-Aid for the drink mix but it turned the most beautiful shade of green. Think I'll have to make this again for a St. Patrick's party!