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Awesome Valentine’s Drink: Kid’s Bubbly Love Potion

February 10, 2010


I’m teaching a Children’s Valentine Cooking Class this Friday, and I have been getting ready to wow the kids. Instead of doing my usual (but delicious) smoothies, I thought I would try to something more unique. I came across this recipe from Family Fun Magazine’s website. I tinkered with it a bit and changed it just slightly. My son, Alec, was the taste-tester and said, “They will love this!” It’s really fun, bubbly and delicious and looks like true Love Potion.

Kid's Bubbly Love Potion Drink

Prep: 5 minutes
Yield: 4 to 6 servings
1 (12-ounce) can pink lemonade concentrate
4 cups raspberry sherbet
1 (12-ounce) can of lemon/lime soda (I used Sprite)
1. In a pitcher, mix the lemonade concentrate with the recommended amount of water.

2. In a blender, combine the sherbet with 4 cups of the lemonade mixture; mix until combined. Pour into individual glasses. Add the soda, stir gently and serve.


23 Responses to “Awesome Valentine’s Drink: Kid’s Bubbly Love Potion”
Rosemary says:
February, 14 2010at 04:37 pm
We just made this today and my girls loved it - so did my husband!
March, 15 2012at 07:59 pm
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Kay says:
July, 07 2012at 12:49 pm
This so so good...especially on a hot summer's day! Thanks for sharing.
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October, 10 2012at 10:00 am
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Blaze says:
December, 11 2012at 09:36 pm
My mom made this,i was thought it would taste not so good because i don't like my moms cooking, then i tried it because i don't want to upset my mom it tastes amazing.
Lizzie says:
February, 13 2013at 04:34 pm
When I add the sprite how much do I add to each childs glass?
Dava says:
February, 13 2013at 07:39 pm
Lizzie, I was thinking the same thing.. I would love to know.
February, 26 2013at 10:22 pm
We just made this today and my girls loved it - so did my husband!Thanks for your sharing!
Nina says:
February, 28 2013at 07:37 am
I can imagine that kids really do like this valentine's drink. And it takes like no time at all to prepare it. Thank you!
Jenni says:
February, 28 2013at 01:06 pm
Hello. I was wondering if you could suggest a way to make this as a large batch in a punch bowl? Would I still blend? Or just dump everything in the bowl? Any suggestions would be great. Thank you!
February, 28 2013at 01:16 pm
I would blend batches at a time!
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Heather says:
January, 17 2014at 11:14 am
Can you make this in advance for a punch bowl for a party?? Thanks
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