Light and full of fresh flavours, sorbets are the sweetest way to cool down this summer. Not to mention, they often call for just a handful of ingredients, making them a delicious, budget-friendly treat!
Test Kitchen Tip:
These recipes were tested using an ice cream machine. If you don’t have one at home — fear not! Instead of churning these sorbets in an ice cream machine, once you make the fruit purée, transfer it into a large lunchbox or sealable container and freeze for 1½ hours. Stir with a whisk or fork to break up any ice crystals that have formed and return to the freezer. Keep whisking to continue breaking up the ice crystals every 30 minutes until the mixture is firm but
If you’re looking for an infusion of tropical flavours to tantalise the taste buds, look no further than this super-simple recipe for pineapple and mango sorbet. You’ll want to make sure to include a pinch of salt to cut through the sweetness and balance out the flavours from the fruit.
Strawberries and raspberries are at their peak right now, so make sure to stock up on these seasonal fruits while they’re in abundance! If you’re stuck for space in your freezer, this is an excellent recipe which showcases the vibrant, tart and sweet flavours of these beautiful berries.
Craving a sweet and sour sorbet to cleanse the palette? We’ve got you covered with this fresh, lemon, lime sorbet, infused with gorgeous, citrus flavours. This would be perfect as an in-between course, after your big family barbecue, but before the showstopping dessert.
Looking for even more cooling, dessert recipes? Check out our full collection of ice cream recipes, here.