Ingredients5 m servings 217 cals
- In a large punch bowl, pour 2 liters chilled cranberry ginger ale. Next scoop raspberry sherbet into bowl. Then pour the other 2 liters of chilled cranberry ginger ale over sherbet. Serve.
Per Serving: 217 calories; 0 g fat; 54.8 g carbohydrates; 0 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 12 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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We made this punch for a babyshower (they were having a girl, so it was perfect) We couldn't find cranberry gingerale so we used half raspberry ginger ale and half regular gingerale and a big th...
This was so funny! The store had no raspberry only sherbert, so I bought an orange/raspberry/blackberry sherbert mix. And crazy enough, they had no flavored ginger ale, so I bought cherry 7-up...
This punch is yummy. I served it for my daughter's first birthday party, and it was a pretty pink for her princess party. This punch is sweet, but I like it that way. And very easy to make.
Delicous, easy punch. I couldn't find cranberry gingerale so I used a lg bottle of lite cranberry juice and 2 liters of regular gingerale with the rasberry sherbert. It was sweet but refreshing ...
This punch was great! I couldn't find cranberry ginger ale, so I used pomegranate 7-up and raspberry sherbert. I also made an ice ring from the 7-up.
Just what I was looking for! I couldn't find any flavored gingerale (and I looked 3 places!) so I used 1/2 gingerale and 1/2 reduced calorie cranberry/raspberry juice. Really tasty and pretty!
Was a big hit at my SIL baby shower, exactly what I was looking for! Couldn't find any cranberry ginger ale, but 1/3 cranberry juice, 2/3 ginger ale worked great.
Like just about everyone else, I substituted cranberry juice (1/3 part) and ginger ale (2/3 part). MY MAIN ADVICE: Make this about an hour before people will start drinking it. It takes awhile ...