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Sherbet Lemonade Fizz {And A Cascade Ice Giveaway!!}

sherbetfizzI interrupt your normal daily activities to ask you a burning question: When speaking of a fruit-based dairy product sold in the frozen section, do you pronounce it ‘sherbET’, or ‘sherBERT’?

I have always called it ‘sherbET’ because, well, it’s just how I always called it.  No rhyme or reason as to why I never gave it a proper ‘Bert’ name.  But I know people who use the Bert term, and while I respect it, all I hear is, “Sure, Bert!” like you’re agreeing to something that someone named Bert said.

It just reminds me of that classic Airplane quote:

“Can you fly this plane, and land it?”
“Surely you can’t be serious.”
“I am serious.. and don’t call me Shirley.”

Just like when people pronounce ‘both’ like ‘bolth’, ‘draw’ like ‘drawr’ and ‘wash’ like ‘warsh.’  I get what you’re saying, I just have trouble concentrating with the extra letter present.  Then again, this is coming from someone who regularly creates new words and is used to no one ever understanding me. *sigh*

Anyway, no matter how you pronounce it, I have an awesome recipe and GIVEAWAY for you today!  Have you guys heard of Cascade Ice?  Cascade Ice is a zero-calorie, sugar-free flavored sparkling water that eliminates the unhealthy, unnecessary extras like sugar, sodium, carbs, caffeine and gluten.  In addition to zero-calorie, Cascade Ice also has a Sparkling Organic, Sparkling Essence and a Sparkling Mixer line.  And Cascade Ice comes in 21 fantastic flavors, like Orange Mango, Acai Blueberry Pomegranate, Blueberry Watermelon, and Pink Grapefruit, to name a few.

DSC_0383AI fell in love with Cascade Ice when I finally vowed to give up soda, and I haven’t looked back since!  My absolute favorite is the Coconut, with Blueberry Watermelon following closely behind :) Cascade Ice is an awesome soda replacement since it offers that same fizz you love with an amazing flavor, just zero-calorie and sugar-free, making it a great alternative that’s every bit as refreshing — just much healthier.  And it’s caffeine-free, so it makes a great option for those avoiding caffeine, or something to give to kids even before bedtime.

DSC_0378ASo if you’d like to win your own prize pack of Cascade Ice, just use the Rafflecopter below to enter! :) I’ll randomly select a winner on Saturday, June 14 :)

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In the meantime, can I interest you guys in a super refreshing and delicious drink?  This Sherbet Lemonade Fizz is a combination between a drink, a punch, and a freezy treat that will definitely please a crowd.  It only has a couple of easy ingredients and comes together in seconds, so you’ll be sipping pretty in no time.

Bottoms up, friends!!

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5.0 from 2 reviews
Sherbet Lemonade Fizz {And A Cascade Ice Giveaway!!}
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Recipe type: Drinks
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Serves: 2
 
This frosty, chilly drink will please kids and adults alike! Comes together in minutes and is super tasty and refreshing on a hot day!
Ingredients
  • About ½ cup rainbow sherbet (or more to suit your preferences)
  • 1 bottle Cascade Ice Lemonade
  • 1 cup 10-calorie fruit punch
Instructions
  1. Using a cookie dough scoop, scoop miniature rounds of sherbet equally among both cups. I used about 4-5 scoops per cup.
  2. Pour ½ cup of the fruit punch among both cups. Top with Cascade Ice Lemonade and serve!
  3. If you want this extra freezy, consider briefly freezing the glasses before serving. You could also blend this mixture together with a couple ice cubes for a frosty treat!

DSC_0387AThese Sherbet Lemonade Fizzes are DELICIOUS and SO refreshing!  I love freezing my glasses before hand to make them extra chilly, especially after a hot day outside.  They’re great to serve with dinner or on their own as a fantastic dessert for kids and adults alike.  And if you’re feeling naughty, I wouldn’t be opposed to spiking these scrumptious drinks with some rum or vodka — think how tasty a lemon vodka would be here! :)

Be sure to connect with Cascade Ice for news, events, product info and more!  You can connect with them on their blog, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Instagram and Pinterest.  Thanks for entering, and good luck!!

Have a fantastical day!

xo, Hayley

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Comments

  1. Rukayya says:

    I’m really confused…what is sherbet? Is it another name for sorbet? In my world, sherbet is that fizzy powder thing that kids eat with lollies. Ain’t never heard of frozen sherbet!

    • thedomesticrebel says:

      Rukayya, yes! Sherbet is the American version of sorbet. A fruity ice cream treat with VERY little milk in it, making it almost like a sorbet and less like an ice cream :) you can absolutely use sorbet!

  2. Perfect summer drink…. now just add some vodka and it’s perfect! LOL!

  3. oooooh Cascade Ice looks amazing!!! I need to try to get some for Michael!

    and I pronounce sherbet both ways….because I can’t figure out which is correct lol

  4. I loved the lemonade flavor at BHF! This fizz is so great, I could use one right now. It’s so dang hot!

  5. Ohh my goodness, YES! The pronunciation confused me for the longest time until I just… Gave up. ;) My grandma, who used to be a college English teacher, could never get over her Alabama accent and still pronounces Chicago as “Chi-CAR-go.” An English teacher, adding R’s to words where they don’t even exist! Makes me giggle every time.

  6. I have always pronounced it as sher-BERT, but one of friends would correct me by saying the proper pronunciation was sher-BET. After hearing this a few too many times I started referring to it as sher-BERT and Ernie. And after more than 20 years, the problem remains solved.

  7. I happen to have a whole case of their lemonade water right now! :) making this!

  8. This drink looks so refreshing!! Perfect for these days that are just getting too hot too quickly! (Wasn’t I just complaining about the snow?? ;) ) Pinned!

  9. I’m positively dying over this. Sherbet for liiiiiiiiiiiiiiife!!

  10. This is such a classic summer drink! It never gets old! I am in love with sherbet!

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