One of my favorite desserts during the summer is raspberry sorbet – a cool and creamy treat that’s perfect for those hot days! Not only is it incredibly versatile, pairing well with other flavors like dark chocolate or even balsamic vinegar, but it’s so simple to make at home. Plus, did I mention that it’s a delicious way to indulge your sweet tooth while still keeping on track with your healthy eating goals? Yes – you don’t have to be worried about packing on the pounds when indulging in this guilt-free dessert! Today I’m going to walk you through how easy it is to make homemade raspberry sorbet. Follow along as we whisk up something special – your taste buds won’t be disappointed when they get a bite of this refreshing delight.
Why Make RaspberrySorbet?
This homemade raspberry sorbet recipe is simple to make and tastes delicious. In no time, turn fresh or frozen raspberries into a simple sorbet. It’s the ideal frozen dessert: cool, refreshing, bright, tangy, and creamy.
Moreover, raspberry sorbet is an excellent choice for those who want to avoid the processed sugars and fats found in traditional desserts. Sorbet is simply an upgraded, frozen version of a fruit snack made with raw honey, lemon juice, and fresh fruit.
Is Raspberry Sorbet Healthy?
Sorbets are a tasty treat that is low in fat and high in the health benefits of fresh fruits. The raspberry sorbet is high in carotenoids, antioxidants, essential vitamins, and fiber. They are far superior to creamy ice creams or rich desserts.
- You can easily double this recipe to make a larger batch. Make as directed above and divide between two containers to speed up the freezing process.
- Another great tip is to scoop the sorbet and place it in bowls several hours before serving. Place them back in the freezer right away, and they’ll be ready to serve.
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- 5 cups fresh raspberries
- 1 cup water
- 1½ cups sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 1-2 tbsp fresh lime juice
- In a food processor, add raspberries and water and pulse until smooth.
- Through a fine mesh strainer, strain themixture into a large bowl, pressing with the back of a large spoon.
- In the bowl of raspberry puree, add sugar, vanillaextract and lime juice and whisk until sugar is dissolved.
- Transfer the mixture into an ice cream makerand process according to manufacturer’s directions.
- Now, transfer into an airtight container andfreeze for at least 4-5 hours before serving.