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Looking for recipes for sherbet? Taste of Home has the best sherbet recipes from real cooks like you, featuring reviews, ratings, how-to videos and tips.

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Sherbet-Filled Angel Food Cake

Sherbet-Filled Angel Food Cake

Sherbet-Filled Angel Food Cake

Here’s a cool way to treat angel food cake: Fill it with sherbet or ice cream. We finish this cake with a tart, sweet lime glaze. —Leah Rekau, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Sunny Sherbet Cups

Sunny Sherbet Cups

Sunny Sherbet Cups

The sky's the limit with this delicious dessert! Substitute raspberry, pineapple or orange sherbet or replace the mandarin oranges with pineapple tidbits or fresh raspberries. Whipped cream and toasted nuts make tasty toppings.

Triple Sherbet Dessert

Triple Sherbet Dessert

Triple Sherbet Dessert

"For a special, refreshing and lovely treat, try this sherbet dessert," suggests Mrs. Howard Hinseth of Minneapolis, Minnesota. "Our children requested this dessert many times over the years."
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Two-Tone Sherbet Torte

Two-Tone Sherbet Torte

Two-Tone Sherbet Torte

Kina Fink from Crown Point, Indiana writes, "I first prepared this beautiful dessert for a Fourth of July Party. Ever since, my mom asks me to make it for just about every event we host."

Easy Strawberry Sherbet

Easy Strawberry Sherbet

Easy Strawberry Sherbet

“This is a delightfully tasty treat for any time of year,” writes Pat Key from Central City, Kentucky. This versatile dessert is perfect for kids or as an end to an elegant meal. With only three ingredients, it couldn't be easier or more delicious!

Fruity Pineapple Sherbet

Fruity Pineapple Sherbet

Fruity Pineapple Sherbet

This fruity sherbet is especially refreshing, according to subscriber Martha Sue Stroud of Clarksville, Texas. "I fix it all summer long," she describes. "It's our favorite way to finish off a backyard barbecue."—Martha Sue Stroud, Clarksville, Texas

Strawberry Sherbet

Strawberry Sherbet

Strawberry Sherbet

When our boys were young and always hungry, we'd heed to our strawberry patch and gather fruit for this sherbet. This treat was a must for company. —Ruth Guse, Stillwater, Minnesota
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