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This is a quick and easy sorbet that doesn't require an ice cream maker. A bit of heavy cream pureed with ripe fruits make for an excellent treat once frozen. I love this for hot summer days!
*Taste your puree before popping in the freezer to see if you'd like to add a teaspoon or two of sugar or sugar substitute. The fruits I used here were sweet enough, but not all fruits are alike. :)
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: Few hours in the freezer
This is a cool refreshing summer treat. It isn't too sweet and makes good use of cantaloupe seasonal sales! No cholesterol.
Mix all ingredients together and stir well. Place in your ice cream freezer, following the freezer's directions. I have the traditional ice cream freezer and a Deni freezer, which requires no ice or salt. Since this makes a small batch, I would suggest doubling it for a larger freezer.
We like to double the recipe and have the "mix" in the fridge. Then, we can have soft-serve sorbet multiple days in a row! It is good coming from the freezer or having soft serve.
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By Monica from Cortez, CO
Even if you don't have an ice cream maker you can make a delicious batch of sorbet. You can freeze the mixture, remove, mix, and refreeze.
A delicious non-fat and honey sweetened iced dessert to enjoy for a special treat. This recipe is for berry lime sorbet.
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Does anybody have a recipe for mango sorbet? Thanks.
By Pamela M
This is by far the easiest one I make:
4 mangoes - peeled, seeded, and cubed
Place cubed mango in a food processor, and puree. Pour in simple syrup and lime juice, and puree until smooth. Place in an ice cream maker. Freeze thoroughly.
Yummy! Hope you like it!
I'm looking for an easy sorbet recipe.
Karen from Charleston, SC