This post was originally published Sept. Whip up a batch of this Orange Sherbet Punch in less than 15 minutes! Perfect drink for summer parties, Halloween or just for a refreshing treat! Made with sherbet ice cream, soda, and sparkling water.
This Champagne Citrus Sorbet is a lot like enjoying a Mimosa Cocktail with the sparkling champagne and citrus juices. If you like Mimosas, you will definitely love this sorbet! Also is excellent served at a cocktail party or a brunch. You can make this dessert ahead of time and put it in the freezer to serve later. The lodge serves gourmet food in the wilds of northern Minnesota. Photo from Cooking Light website. Pop cork from champagne bottle 1 to 2 hours before using.
Verified Recipe Contributed by Joy Wilson. Joy Wilson, aka Joy the Baker, has created this perfectly springy and bubbly brunch drink found in her book Over Easy. The citrusy cocktail for a crowd perfectly combines the whimsy of sherbet we all know and love from childhood with the adult effervescence of a weekend morning Mimosa. The result is simple yet brilliant.
Sometimes you need a break from the craziness of this modern age, which is why we're celebrating nostalgic foods this week at BonAppetit. When I was a kid in the suburbs of Buffalo, New York, my grandma prepared for every single party the same way. As the scalloped potatoes roasted in the oven and the shrimp mousse jelled in the refrigerator, she would empty out an entire brick of rainbow sherbet, scoop by scoop, into a gigantic glass punch bowl, and pour over it a two-liter bottle of dollar store—brand ginger ale. As the ginger ale showered over the rounded scoops, the sherbet expanded into an otherworldly pastel fizz, and the ginger ale, which had been sitting in the pantry at room temperature, became icy cold and milky.