CDKitchen Note: Most US grocery stores carry it. If you are outside the US I'm not sure what an equivalent ingredient might be.
Nov 7, 2013
Mo13 Member since: November 6, 2009
I changed this up a bit and used a berry sherbet - very pretty and delicious! Really sneaks up on you with all that liquor in it though!
Oct 27, 2013
dinnersready Member since: May 8, 2010
Used orange sherbet for a Halloween party! Floated plastic spiders in the punch bowl and garnished the glasses with gummy worms. HUGE HIT!
Jul 28, 2013
Love this punch!! Super easy way to make a large batch of margaritas that doesn't involve a blender.
Jul 5, 2013
Served this for a large crowd watching the fireworks at the fourth of july. The lime sherbert is the key!
Jul 1, 2013
JJ in LA
It's not easy being green. This is REALLY green! I didn't expect it to be quite as green. It tasted fantastic but the color was a bit offputting to me anyway.
Mar 2, 2012
What is the "sour mix" called for in the margarita punch recipe?
Can it be purchased commercially?
CDKitchen Note: Yes, look for it at liquor stores or supermarkets with the other drink mixers.
Jul 29, 2010
I do not understand recipe. It calls for 4 qt. sweet and sour mix. But the people who wrote reviews only doubled the sweet and sour mix. did they only fix a half batch or cut down on the sweet and sour mix?
CDKitchen Note: The reviewer made her own sweet and sour mix. I'd just go by what the recipe states and you should be fine.
ut the people that made it
Jul 21, 2010
Made this for my Bunco group. 12 women went through this FAST! Super yummy and easy to make. Like the idea of doing my own sweet and sour mix! I am making it again for my Caravan group tomorrow.