Amazing Tasty Dips

Amazing Tasty Dips

1 Easy Sorbet Recipe

 Ingredients

7 – 8 oz Raspberry
3-4 tbsp sugar syrup , or maple syrup (to keep it refined sugar free) or orange juice (if you prefer less sweet)
squeeze of lemon
PINEAPPLE SORBET
8 oz Fresh pineapple peeled, nose removed, cut into ½ inch cubes
3-4 tbsp sugar syrup or maple syrup (to keep it refined sugar free) or orange juice (if you prefer less sweet)
squeeze of lemon
PEACH SORBET
7 oz peeled peach flesh, cut into ½ inch cubes
3-4 tbsp sugar syrup or maple syrup (to keep it refined sugar free) or orange juice (if you prefer less sweet)
squeeze of lemon
Honeydew Melon Sorbet
7 oz peeled honeydew melon sorbet cut into ½ inch cubes
3-4 tbsp sugar syrup or maple syrup (to keep it refined sugar free) or orange juice (if you prefer less sweet)
squeeze of lemon
Sugar Syrup (if you’re not using Maple syrup)
250 g white sugar
500 mL (2 cups) water

Directions

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Steps

1

SUGAR SYRUP

Combine the sugar and water in a saucepan and heat until the sugar dissolves. Simmer for a further 15-20 minutes until you get a sugar syrup. Pour into a glass jar/bottle. Let it cool completely and for best results, chill in the fridge until you need it.

2

FRUIT SORBET

Cut up whole fruits into ½ inch cubes (except raspberries – these can be frozen whole).

Lay out the fruits in a single layer on parchment paper lined baking trays (it’s OK if the fruits touch).

Freeze the fruits completely and store them in freezer bags.

Roughly weigh out 8 oz of the frozen fruit and place it in a small food processor or ice crushing blender.

Pulse to crush the fruits into small pieces and add the simple syrup, a tablespoon at a time (while pulsing) to create a smooth sorbet-like paste. Please see notes.

Add a squeeze of lemon juice and run the blender for a few seconds to mix.

Spoon it into a bowl and serve immediately – or store in the freezer until you’re ready.

3

NOTES

Note 1 – When using the blender, it’s best to use it in short bursts as the blades heat up and this could melt your sorbet. The smaller the fruit pieces the faster it will puree. Just keep an eye on it to make sure it doesn’t melt.

Note 2 – Adjust the sweetness/sugar level by adding more or less sugar syrup. If you don’t like sweeteners, you can substitute it with just water, or orange juice (or any kind of fruit juice).

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