Thank you to Blendtec for generously providing the Designer 725 & Twister Jar for this giveaway! The recipe and opinions in this post are 100% mine.
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A refreshing summer drink perfect for parties and BBQs! Cool limeade blended with ice and topped with a heaping scoop of rainbow sherbet!
Looking for the perfect refreshing summer beverage that is ideal for adults and children? I have you covered!
It combines some of my favorites: Root Beer Floats and Lime Sherbet Punch. Clearly these two can’t be literally blended together and taste good, but I took elements of both for one AH-amazing party punch recipe!
Frozen Limeade Sherbet Floats are made with fresh lime juice, sugar and ice with a large scoop of rainbow sherbet. The adult versions can, of course, be spiked with an adult beverage of your choice.
In order to get the right consistency for any frozen beverage, you will need the power of a Blendtec Blender. Don’t have one?
You are in luck! I got together with a couple other blogger friends to give you the opportunity to WIN your own Blendtec Blender!
Blendtec motors are super powerful and will pulverize nearly anything (have you seen Will It Blend?, where they blend an iphone?), making it just perfect to get ice for any frozen beverage to the perfect consistency.
What is sherbet? Sherbet is a frozen dessert made with fruit juice added to milk or cream, egg white, or gelatin.
No one wants to chew their frozen beverage or smoothie! We’ve all been there- gnawing on a chunk of ice.
Use it to make green smoothies, salsas and dips and even soups! Use my recipe for Frozen Limeade Sherbet Floats at your next pool party, BBQ or lazy summer Saturday night.
FACT: Sherbet is often served between courses during fancy meals to cleanse the palate.
If you liked this easy drink recipe, check these out:
- Copycat Orange Julius
- Salted Caramel Cookie Latte
- Banana Smoothie
- Blueberry Muffin Smoothie
- Ultimate Root Beer Float
Tools for making Limeade Sherbet Floats:
Blender– don’t skimp on a blender, especially if you plan to make frozen drinks. You need something high powered to get ice into slush.
You can use it for other things as well like making sauces and salad dressings, smoothie bowls, mayonnaise, hollandaise sauce and much more!
Ice Cream Scoop– Not all scoops are created equal! I like a basic scoop, which I run under hot water between each scoop to get a perfectly rounded ball of deliciousness.
Frozen Limeade Sherbet Floats
- 1/2 cup water
- 1 cup sugar
- 1 tablespoon lime zest
- 1 1/2 cups fresh lime juice * about 15 large limes
- 4 cups ice
- 8 scoops rainbow sherbet
- In your Blendtec Blender, combine water through ice, pulse until the correct consistency of a frozen drink.
- Pour into glasses and top with a scoop of rainbow sherbet.
- If you’ve tried this recipe, please come back and let us know how it was!
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My kids love these floats! So fun!
This is the perfect refreshing drink for summer! Love the sherbet on top!