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Chill juices together, then combine it with the ginger ale (pour from the side of the punch bowl) and add your sherbet. Serves 40.
Let Sherbet thaw until easy ... other ingredients. If you like foamy punch, try not to stir the punch to much. If foamy punch is not liked, then stir away!
Mix all ingredients together in a punch bowl. Add frozen strawberries right before serving.
In a large ... fruit; add champagne very slowly. Float scoops of sherbet into punch. Add ice as desired. (Have enough ingredients on hand for another bowl!)
Mix fruit with ... or more for flavors to blend. When ... with a scoop of raspberry flavored sherbet. If desired, ... fruit is available, omit the mint.
Have juices and ... soda. Add scoops of sherbet to punch bowl. ... Garnish with orange, lime and lemon slices. Serve immediately. Yield: About 7 1/2 quarts.
In blender, whip ... Cool Whip and sherbet. Whip for ... Pour into graham cracker crust and freeze 3 to 4 hours. Serve in small slices as it is very rich.
Mix Kool-Aid, sugar and water. Add juice and stir. Put in 15-20 ice cubes in punch bowl. Pour Kool-Aid mixture over ice. Add 7-Up. Spoon in sherbet.
Heat 2 cups ... serving spoon in sherbet, then pour in ... Yields 6 1/2 quarts. Very pretty and big hit with everyone where you have guests of all ages.
Combine first 4 ... mixing well. Chill. To serve, combine chilled mixture and gingerale in a punch bowl. Drop sherbet by scoops into punch. About 4 quarts.
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