It is strawberry season! What better way to enjoy it than with a healthy and refreshing 3-ingredient strawberry sorbet. This easy-to-make sorbet is the perfect end to any summer meal. It’s made with wholesome ingredients and is 100% vegan.
The beauty of this sorbet lies in its simplicity; fresh, local produce is best to obtain optimal flavour. This refreshing palate-cleansing dessert is light and refreshing, and with only three ingredients, it couldn’t be any simpler to prepare. All you need are ripe strawberries, an avocado and sweetener of choice.
Don’t be fooled by how simple this sorbet is to make and the few ingredients the recipe requires. You won’t believe how simply combining sweet, frozen strawberries with creamy avocado can result in a rich, ‘you won’t believe it’s not vegan’ sorbet!
Strawberry sorbet is an excellent way to use overripe berries. Simply remove the stems, cut the strawberries into quarters and store in the freezer in a zip-lock bag until you have enough to make a batch of this healthy treat. (Alternatively, you can use previously frozen strawberries.)
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3-Ingredient Strawberry Sorbet
: 2 cups
: 5 min
It is strawberry season! What better way to enjoy it than with a healthy and refreshing 3-ingredient strawberry sorbet. This easy-to-make sorbet is the perfect end to any summer meal. It’s made with wholesome ingredients and is 100% vegan. The beauty of this sorbet lies in its simplicity; fresh, local produce is best to obtain optimal flavour. This …
Prepare the strawberries by removing the stem, halving, then placing in a plastic zip-lock bag. Place in the freezer overnight or for at least 4-5 hours until completely frozen.
Before preparing the sorbet remove the strawberries from the freezer and allow to sit at room temperature for 5-7 minutes until slightly thawed.
Add all the ingredients to a blender and puree until smooth and creamy. Served immediately, this sorbet has a creamier texture however, once stored in the freezer it will take on a more sorbet-like consistency. Store any leftovers in the freezer.