Sorbet is a frozen dessert made from sweetened water with flavoring. Whereas ice cream is based on dairy products with air copiously whipped in, sorbet has neither, which makes for a dense and extremely flavorful product. Sorbet is served as a non-fat or low-fat alternative to ice cream, and what else can weight and health watchers need? Let’s consider some of the tastiest sorbets, you can make them yourself and enjoy during these summer days.
Strawberry sorbet is a simple, easy and delicious sorbet made with only 3 ingredients right in your blender! The intense strawberry flavor is balanced by a few splashes of Grand Marnier which also helps develop the incredible texture. With only three ingredients in this recipe, the quality of each is incredibly important. Be sure to pick or purchase the sweetest, juiciest, ripest, freshest strawberries you can find. Good strawberries, or bad ones, can make or break this recipe.
This healthy and delicious melon and lime sorbet is the perfect summer dessert. It uses only 3 simple ingredients and is very easy to make. Sorbets are usually dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan-friendly but this one is also refined sugar-free.
This sorbet is a light, refreshing, and not-too-sweet frozen dessert. If you like your sorbet more on the sweet side, you can add some simple syrup to the ingredients before blending. While fresh, very ripe mangoes that you freeze yourself are usually the sweetest option, you can also use frozen mango chunks from the frozen section of the grocery store.
Made with fresh pomelo and ginger syrup, this sorbet is a perfect light dessert! Fresh pomelo and a hint of ginger flavor make this sorbet a light and refreshing summer treat.
This orange sorbet is an easy three ingredient sorbet only requires fruit juice, water, and sugar. Serve this sorbet in cutout and emptied oranges for a cooler look.
Simple sorbet made with 4 simple ingredients that is packed with protein so you can have your ice cream without all the guilt! Serve immediately or transfer to airtight container and store for up to a month in the freezer.
Prosecco pineapple sorbet floats are the ultimate light and refreshing brunch cocktail or dessert. This easy peasy pineapple sorbet is no churn. The trick is using frozen pineapple and a high powered blender. With a little agave and pineapple juice, you pulse the mixture until it’s a smoothie texture and then transfer it to the freezer to harden.
This blood orange sorbet got a special ingredient – light coconut milk, to balance the flavor and make the sorbet creamier, yet healthy and dairy-free. In fact, it’s a wonderful dessert for people on a diet. They can still enjoy sweet and luscious dessert, but with fewer calories and only natural ingredients.
Cranberry orange sorbet is a light and refreshing dessert that everybody will like. Hold on to this simple, three ingredient cranberry orange sorbet recipe throughout the holiday season. It’s just as perfect for Christmas and New Years as it is for Thanksgiving.
This easy blackberry sorbet with apple is gently flavored with thyme and is perfect for fall. Made in the ice cream machine. Add enough to be clearly able to taste it whist cooking, freezing dulls the flavors considerably.
Cooler weather still leaves room for a seasonal sorbet recipe! Fresh plums, creme de cassis and homemade rosemary-infused gin come together to create plum rosemary-gin sorbet, a sophisticated frozen dessert in an irresistible shade of pink! No ice cream machine required.
This recipe for kiwi sorbet couldn’t be easier. With only two ingredients, this frozen treat is destined to become a summertime favorite. Vegan, paleo & gluten free.