St. Patrick’s Day is ONE WEEK AWAY! Alright my little leprechauns, it’s time to taste test some amazing St. Patrick’s Day drinks so you can sip in “green” style for one of my favorite holidays. St. Patrick’s Day is a full-on week of celebrating here at Pizzazzerie because our very own Pizzazzerie “birthday” is March 16th (the day before St.Patrick’s Day), and Pizzazzerie turns SIX this year. Break out this Mojito Sherbet Punch y’all, it’s time to party!
This party is an especially fabulous one because my fave blog besties and I are ALL sharing our own St. Patrick’s Day drinks! Hop on over to these lovely blogs (truly, they’re all so creative) and sip sip along! All the links are under my recipe below…
This Mojito Sherbet Punch reminds me of my favorite childhood party punch made with lime sherbet. It’s creamy and full of lemon-lime flavor. This adult version is even more fabulous <wink wink>. It’s perfect for a crowd (I love a classic punch bowl drink) and this recipe really puts a delicious twist on the traditional mint mojito. You can garnish yours with golden stir sticks (it is St. Patrick’s Day after all) or a few extra slices of limes and mint leaves!
Also, don’t limit this recipe to just the Irish holiday. With the weather warming, this is a cool and refreshing cocktail to make for backyard parties and celebrations! You can give it a lemon twist by using a can of frozen lemonade or a strawberry twist with a can of strawberry margarita mixer. The possibilities are endless! Hint: It’s the sherbet that really gives it that creamy flavor so as long as you use at least a pint of sherbet, it’ll be fabulous!
Mojito Sherbet Punch
- 1 handful 1 cup mint leaves + extra for garnish
- 4 cups club soda
- 1 can frozen margarita mix
- 1 can frozen limeade mix
- 1 pint lime sherbet
- 1 bottle 750 ml white rum
- 4-5 limes sliced
- Muddle mint together with 1 cup club soda.
- Combine with additional club soda (3 cups), frozen margarita mix, frozen limeade mix, lime sherbet, and white rum.
- Stir together and add ice to keep chilled.
- Garnish with sliced limes and mint leaves.
Now for the St. Patrick’s Day Drink Party! Visit these blogs to see their recipes, hooray!
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