How To Fit Your Belly With This Healthy Strawberry Sorbet Recipe In 2021
How To Fit Your Belly With This Healthy Strawberry Sorbet Recipe In 2021. You can pretty much find me making healthy frozen yogurts ice creams and sorbets daily they’re so easy to make and the perfect frozen sweet treat and since we have strawberries in season right now I thought how about we make some strawberry sorbet using just three ingredients sounds amazing right plus it’s healthy.
It’s dairy-free it is so delicious it’s low carb and you don’t need an ice cream maker to make it so let’s get started before I forget if you haven’t already healthy eating inspiration and tons of recipe article coming your way all right so let’s get this straight this is a very simple recipe you only need just a few ingredients and it follows the same basic principles as the sorbets.
That I’ve shared in the past like my pineapple sorbet my cantaloupe sorbet my mango sorbet all of that and you can use it with any fresh seasonal fruit or even frozen fruits it’s pretty awesome regular store-bought serve a shockingly has a ton of sugar in it it’s made with fruit juice and water and sugar and fruit juice by itself is high in sugar and doesn’t have any good stuff in it that’s why I use the entire fruit minus the husk for our strawberries.
That way we’re gonna get all of that nutrients and the fiber and the vitamins that you get from the fruit that whole fruit rather than at just the fruit juice and seriously this recipe is super simple I bet you have all the ingredients in your kitchen right now all you need are fresh or frozen strawberries some raw honey and a little bit of water so easy for fresh strawberries we need to clean and then cut them and then freeze them so to do that.
Go ahead and get your strawberries and rinse them off in running water then we’re going to lay them out on a cutting board and remove their husk using a knife I like to then slice my strawberries in half so that they freeze easier and then they’ll blend easier later then I lay the strawberries out on a rimmed baking sheet lined with some parchment paper you don’t need to have the rimmed baking sheet I just want to have a flat surface.
So that all the strawberries can be separated and they’re not to each other if they touch each other they’re gonna freeze together and it’s gonna be a little tricky to break apart and then blend later now we need to freeze our strawberries so transfer them into the freezer and freeze for a good two to three hours until they’re nicely frozen you could also just freeze them overnight which is something that I’ve done in the past.
I know I’m gonna be making a sorbet the next day so like I said you can use frozen strawberries for this recipe you don’t have to buy fresh local strawberries however with fresh seasonal strawberries and any product for that matter you can control how it tastes because you know before you freeze it that it’s nice and sweet and good if you buy frozen strawberries you don’t get to have any control over.
That now we have frozen strawberries so what we’re gonna do is we’re gonna transfer them into the bowl of a food processor I like to let them set in the food processor for a good 5 to 10 minutes to allow them to kind of start to soften a little bit this is gonna make it easier to blend in just a sec put the lid on your food processor and then we’re gonna pulse it for a few times letting the strawberries break up.
Become crumbly at this point when they’re evenly crumbly you can add in a little bit of warm water we won’t have to add in as much warm water at this point if you had allowed your strawberries to thaw a little bit we’re just looking to add a little bit extra moisture into the mixture and then we’re gonna put the lid back on and then we’re gonna process it again at this point.
Just let the Machine go we’re looking for the strawberries to get a nice and smooth and creamy look at as you’re processing the strawberries you might need to use a spatula to kind of push everything down to help it along every once in a while it’s all done when the mixture resembles a soft-serve texture so go ahead and taste test this now and see how it tastes if it needs a little bit of sweetness you can add-in.
Some raw honey or some pure maple syrup if you’re vegan and then process it again we don’t want to add in the sweetness early because we don’t know how it’s gonna taste until this point so this strawberry sorbet is ready to eat right now you can eat it right out of the food processor don’t think that I haven’t done that many time or you can transfer it into a freezer-safe container and then.
Place it in the freezer for a good 1 to 2 hours allow it to kind of solidify more then when you’re ready to grab it and eat it allow it to set on your counter for about 10 to 15 minutes at room temperature and then mix everything together that’ll get that nice smooth sorbet texture again also this recipe doubles and triples and quadruples really well so if you have a ton of strawberries you can just blend it all at the same time or do it in batches and then store it together you’ll have delicious strawberry sorbet waiting for you in your freezer all the times and it just took you a few minutes to make all right I hope you actually loved this delicious sorbet recipe.