St Patrick’s Day

Mojito Sherbert Punch

This was so good! I got the original recipe from a Pintrest pin. We made it for our Anniversary celebration. As there are currently 8 people here after Hurricane Michael, I needed something for the adults that wouldn’t break the bank at the adult beverage store. (We gave the kids the virgin version and they loved it too.)

1 can frozen limeade mix

1can frozen Margarita mix

4 cups club soda

1 pt lime Sherbert (we only found it at our local Publix.)

750 ml white rum (we like Bacardi)

Handmade Beverage Bottle with Yellow LED lights. Great for a desk lamp, a mood light, a man cave, and party. All of our lights are battery operated with replaceable AA batteries. This prevents the lamp from overheating or being a safety risk

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Usually takes between 1 and 2 days to create

Ships from and sold by Mood Lights by Carol.

Mint leaves both for punch and garnish

4 limes thinly sliced (we use 2 in punch, 2 for garnish.)

  • Muddle 1 handful of mint leaves with 1 cup club soda to release thier flavors.
  • In gallon pitcher or punch bowl, combine lime sherbert, frozen Margarita mix, and frozen Limeade mix.
  • Add mint leaves, and lime slices.
  • Add remaining 3 cups club soda
  • Mix well. (This virgin version was loved by kids attending).

We had a great time making it. It paired really well with the Irish Skillet we made. Now I have a great idea to use for St Patrick’s Day. Happy cooking and make so.e memories with your family.

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