Raspberry Sherbet Float

Raspberry Sherbet Float, that’s seriously the only thing that has been in my mind for the last couple of days.

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Because guys, this is good, but not average good I may not make this again ever. I’m talking about out of this world good I need to print this recipe and share it with all my friends, so we are talking about big recipe leagues here.

First is juicy, second is refreshing, third is creamy and fourth this combines 2 of the best things in the world into one: soda and sherbet. And finally, to make it even more mind blowing it’s decorated with a popsicle!! I will let that sink in for a second.

But seriously, can we just agree that drinks should be always decorated with a popsicle? You get something to drink and something to eat at the same time. And it looks incredibly cute!

Raspberry Sherbet Float

Another thing that I really love about this recipe is that instead of using traditional ice cream we are using sherbet, so you get all the cool and the creamy but none of the milky flavor, which is great in my opinion since I’ve never been much of a fan of traditional floats.

Making it is easy easy easy but it looks straight out of a magazine. You just need raspberries, raspberry juice, lemon soda, and some sherbet and popsicles, and you are all set for an afternoon of fun (the little ones love to help here!).

Then it’s just a matter of scooping some sherbet, raspberries, and raspberry juice into the glasses, filling with soda waiting for the bubbly magic to happen and then topping it all off with a big popsicle.

raspberry sherbet float

Once it’s done, sit down on your porch and cool down after a hot day spent outdoors. It’s totally worth it.

Raspberry Sherbet Float

Raspberry Sherbet Float
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This raspberry sherbet float is the perfect summer drink!
Serves: 2
  • 1 Cup raspberries
  • 2 Cups raspberry juice
  • 2 Cups lemon soda
  • 8 Scoops raspberry sherbet
  • 4 Raspberry popsicles
  1. Place the raspberries in chilled glasses.
  2. Add the raspberry sherbet.
  3. Filled with two scoops of raspberry juice per glass.
  4. Complete with soda.
  5. Garnish with raspberry popsicles.
  6. Serve and enjoy.