Easy Fruit Sorbet

Fruit sorbets are super tasty.  If you have the right equipment in your kitchen, they are also very easy to make. One advantage to making your own sorbet is you control the ingredients and the type of sweetener you add. I used my Vitamix to create this sorbet, but any high powered blender should work.

This recipe is easy to alter to your tastes. I start with 2 cups of frozen fruit, coconut almond milk and agave nectar. Any frozen fruit will work, however my favorite fruits to make sorbets are berries, mangos, and peaches.

sorbet ingredients

The agave nectar is optional, only add if you want the added sweetness. I find I often don’t need to add it, especially if you have the right combination of fruit. Above I have peaches and blueberries, however mangos and blueberries are my favorite sorbet combination.

You only need to add a small amount of milk, just enough to smooth out the sorbet (and to help out your blender just a little). You could also substitute some greek yogurt instead.

Put all the ingredients in the Vitamix, blend it up until it has the right consistency. This should take less than a minute. 

Bam! You now have an easy dessert that you can feel good about eating. This sorbet is super refreshing on a warm summer day. However, if you are in the Midwest, that seems very far away right now. Don’t worry, it is also delicious on a frigid spring day!

sorbet

It was hard to get a “good” photo of the sorbet, but I can assure you it sure is tasty!

 

Easy Fruit Sorbet
Serves 2
Enjoy this delicious, yet healthy fruit sorbet. Not only is it tasty, it is super easy to make!
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Prep Time
3 min
Total Time
3 min
Prep Time
3 min
Total Time
3 min
Ingredients
  1. 2 cups frozen fruit
  2. 1/4 cup of non-dairy milk, may use more or less depending on your blender
  3. 1 TBSP agave nectar (optional)
Instructions
  1. Place all your ingredients in your Vitamix (or high speed blender).
  2. Blend until the sorbet is to the right consistency, which should be less than a minute. Avoid over blending as it will make your sorbet runny.
  3. Empty the sorbet into bowls and enjoy!
Notes
  1. If using a Vitamix, utilize the black blender stick to push down the frozen fruit into the blender blade.
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