"This tart, refreshing sorbet makes a great light dessert!" — larkspur
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1 3/4 cups
1 3/4 cups
fresh or frozen cranberries
1 (12 ounce) package
frozen unsweetened raspberries
1 1/2 cups
frozen orange juice concentrate
Very refreshing and delicious! I was unable to find fresh or frozen cranberries because they are out of season, so I doubled the frozen raspberries. I do not have an ice cream maker so I used a shallow glass dish which I place in the freezer and stirred every half hour for the first 2 hours. This procedure worked great. In the fall, I will be sure to freeze my own cranberries just for this recipe. This recipe makes for not only a refreshing delicious dessert but a delightful looking one as well. Thank you Larkspur for such a fantastic recipe!
Wow! This is SO good - perfect sweetness/tartness, smooth, excellent - not to mention an amazing color! The ingredients can be a little tricky to find at this time of year. I already had cranberries in my freezer, thank goodness. My regular grocery store doesn't carry unsweetened raspberries, but I found them at another store. There was only one brand of cherry juice that I could find, so that's what I used. Each of the ingredients is well worth working for. I'm amazed and impressed. Thanks for the recipe!!
I made one switch out--I used Truvia in place of the sugar (Using Google and quick math, I came up with 42 packets). I used RW Knudsen Tart Cherry Juice in this recipe and fresh lime juice. This was a little work but totally worth it in the end. I do not have an ice cream maker, I actually froze this in a freezer friendly container. After it firmed up, I ran it through the blender again and re-froze. Even without an ice cream maker, this turned out fantastic. It was a little sweet with the Truvia--what I'd do next time is cut back just a touch. Still we enjoyed it, eating it all in one night!
This was a great recipe. I used fresh strawberries instead of cranberries as I wanted the sorbet a little sweeter. I also used blue agave nectar instead of white sugar (I use that in all my ice cream recipes). I recommend straining though as there are a lot of seeds. My friends at the bbq raved and the kids couldn't get enough "ice cream"!
I tried this recipe and it tastes delicious! Even my sister, who is very picky loved it! Great job!
This was awesome! I will make it again!
This recipe is incredible! I am just sorry I made it for someone else. It's the perfect blend of sweet and tart. Like another reviewer, I had to sub fresh strawberries instead of cranberries because I couldn't find either fresh or frozen cranberries. I strained the pulp as directed but kept a little bit of it in the mixture because I do like having some fruit remnants in a sorbet. I used fresh limes for the juice. I made this for a friend who had her wisdom teeth removed and I hated to give this away, I will be making this again soon!
This stuff is awesome! Tart, slightly sweet, and a huge burst of flavor in every bite. It does have a lot of different ingredients that can be hard to find depending on the season. Luckily, I adore cranberries so I always buy some every year when they are on sale and plop them in my freezer. The cherry juice, while I only had two options, was actually relatively easy to find in my grocer's juice aisle. The only issue I had was in straining out the pulp--I couldn't get it to work, so I just pureed everything in my food processor and mixed it all together. I'm sure that's my malfunction, though. If you like tart flavors like cranberry, lemon, or lime (which I do, very much!), you'll probably love this. Very easy too! Thanks for the recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Triple Berry Sorbet
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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