Lime Sherbert Cooler

Since St. Patrick’s Day is coming around quickly, we’ve been making all sorts recipes; everything from pot of gold treats to shamrock pie.  Since the weather is warming up here in Texas, we wanted to cool things down a bit and decided to make this super easy Lime Sherbert Cooler.  It’s the easiest thing to make and kids love it! Truett helped with the scoops, I poured the drink, and we topped off with Reddi-whip!

Recipe: Lime Sherbert Cooler


  • Lime Sherbert (I use Great Value)
  • Ginger Ale
  • Reddi-wip (optional but man it’s tasty!)


  1. Scoop sherbert into glass, as many as you want.
  2. Pour in ginger ale.
  3. Top with Reddi-wip!

Enjoy y’all!

P.S. I was told that I spelled Sherbert wrong, that it should be Sherbet. LOL  Well, I decided to google it and we both are right, although I Sherbet is the most common used.  Oh well….

sher·bet  (shûrbt)n.

also sher·bert (-bûrt) A frozen dessert made primarily of fruit juice, sugar, and water, and also containing milk, egg white, or gelatin.

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  1. 1

    Cat Davis says

    If I liked lime I’d totally be making this. P.S. I call it “sherbert” too and recently learned it’s suppose to be spelled “sherbet without the extra r”. Who knew? lol

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    Jennifer Ketterer says

    My Grandma actually recommended something like this to ease my morning sickness. She used 7Up. It was too sweet to calm my nausea, but my son has a new favorite treat! It is perfect for St. Patrick’s Day…which is his birthday!

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    Becca says

    Since summer is now approaching here in Asia. I would like to try this Lime Sherbert Cooler.
    thanks for the share.

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    lisa says

    My son’s 1st grade class made this for their St. Patrick’s Day party & it was a huge success!