This recipe makes only one serving, so be sure to scale up the ingredients if you're entertaining friends.

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Pour four ounces of orange sorbet into a blender along with a can of pineapple juice, an ounce of coconut cream (not coconut milk or coconut water, which will dramatically alter the consistency of your drink), and a cup of crushed ice.

Blend all of the ingredients together for a few seconds until the consistency of the mixture is similar to that of a smoothie.“I’m reading all of the books first to make sure I don’t miss any details,” the Dancing With the Stars judge, 49, exclusively tells Us Weekly.“What’s really fun is that Robb and I are doing it together and I like that.Stir a packet of any blue-colored Kool Aid mix into a large punch bowl filled with a liter of club soda. Place a bit of pineapple juice into the bowl for added color and flavor.Spoon low-fat ice cream into cups and pour the drink over top for a refreshing tropical-flavored beverage.Pour the mix into a cocktail glass, and serve it with a scoop of citrus sherbet floated on top.