You’ll Be Craving This Three-Ingredient Sorbet All Summer Long
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You’ll Be Craving This Three-Ingredient Sorbet All Summer Long

Nothing delivers a refreshing relief on a hot summer day quite like a soft-serve treat. From ice cream to sorbet, these beloved desserts are not just fun to eat but are now easier to make — thanks to a new, viral recipe.

We can thank the creators behind @crowdedkitchen for this colorful, three-ingredient concoction, who has provided the perfect homemade and grown-up variation of this summer favorite. Typically, the process of making ice cream consists of churning, mixing, and balancing just the right ingredients in order to create a dessert that’s chilled and served to perfection. Now, this new simplified alternative has taken the stress out of the process, so we can make this homemade treat whenever our sweet tooth strikes.

Easy Strawberry Lemonade Sorbet Recipe


STRAWBERRY LEMONADE SORBET 🍓🍋🍨 Just 3 ingredients & served up in the cutest lemon half for an easy summer treat that we can’t get enough of. #strawberry #pinklemonade #strawberrylemonade #lemontok #lemon

Strawberries and lemons have been a longstanding flavor combination with refreshing qualities that are synonymous with summer. And when mixed, sweetened, and frozen together, magic happens. To bring this treat to life, you’ll need a few tools and ingredients, which include: a food processor, lemons (or lemon juice), frozen strawberries, and honey or agave (for your desired sweetness levels).

Here’s how to make it:

  1. Cut the lemons in half lengthwise.
  2. Squeeze the juice of the lemons into a bowl, making sure to remove the seeds. (Keep the lemon halves.)
  3. Combine the frozen strawberries, lemon juice, and honey/agave in a food processor.
  4. Blend the mixture in the food processor until it is thoroughly combined and has a sorbet-like consistency.
  5. Serve the sorbet right away for a soft-serve dessert.

The beauty of this recipe lies in its ease of creation and its versatility. If strawberries aren’t your speed, check out these two alternative flavor combinations. Substitute with mango and lime for a tropical spin on the recipe, or keep things sweet and tangy by using peaches as your base and raspberries as your filling.

Easy Mango Lime Sorbet Recipe


MANGO LIME SORBET 🥭🍨 Island way sorbet who?? Make it yourself with wayyy less sugar and no dairy for the cutest (and most delicious!) summer treat. #mango #sorbet #easyrecipes #mangosorbet

Easy Peach Raspberry Sorbet Recipe


PEACH RASPBERRY SORBET 🍑🍨 Two of my favorite summer fruits = the best (and easiest) 3-ingredient sorbet. Naturally dairy free, way lower in sugar than anything you’ll buy at the store, and so delicious! We use about 5 cups of frozen fruit (3 1/2 c peach, 1 1/2 raspberry) to 1/4 cup maple syrup or honey. Tag us if you make it! #sorbet #easyrecipes #peaches #raspberry

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