Homemade Frozen Strawberry Sorbet

strawberry sorbet - healthy - easy - best

by Lesli

in Blend It to Mend It!, Frozen Desserts

This healthy, homemade frozen strawberry sorbet is the perfect summertime treat!

It’s summertime and summer is all about strawberries and finding ways to stay cool.  This strawberry sorbet is so deliciously perfect for hitting both of those marks and it’s super healthy and easy to make to boot!

Trust me on this one — you’re gonna love this strawberry sorbet!

Ingredients for Strawberry Sorbet:

1 bag frozen strawberries
1 bag frozen blueberries
1 tablespoon raw coconut nectar (you can substitute honey or maple syrup if you like)
1 frozen banana
¼ cup coconut water

Directions to make Strawberry Sorbet:

Put all ingredients into a blender or Vita-Mix.  Blend until creamy, about one minute. You may have to scrape down the sides of the machine a few times if using a regular blender.

Serve immediately.

Place remainder in the freezer to enjoy later.

{ 14 comments… read them below or add one }

Sunnie

My daughter put frozen strawberries and frozen watermelon through our juicer with the blank in it and it makes a great sorbet! Straight fruit!

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Lesli

Sounds yummy to me! I often just throw some frozen berries along with a 1/2 banana into my Vitamix for a quickie sorbet. When I want something spicy, I’ll add a bit of fresh jalapeno’s to a strawberry sorbet. Yummo! Keep on rockin’ the berries Sunnie and thanks for leaving your tips on A Healthy Kitchen :)

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Julia

Your recipe sounds wonderful. I’ve made peach sorbet before and it was fantastic.

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Lesli

Thanks for hosting the Linky Party Julie and thanks for stopping by A Healthy Kitchen. I look forward to getting to know your blog better!

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Trisha

this looks absolutely fantastic…I am in love with strawberry and lavender these days so I bet adding some lavender to this would be awesome too!! Thanks for linking, hope to see you again.

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Lesli

Trisha, If you try it with the lavender, be sure to let me know. I’d be curious about that. Thanks for being an awesome hostess!

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Rachel

Yummy! This sorbet looks fantastic! I haven’t had coconut nectar, where do you get it? Thanks for sharing with Healthy 2day Wednesdays, hope to see you there this week!

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Lesli

Thanks Rachel! It’s so fun to visit your blog. I’ll definitely be back often!

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Sheryl

Hi, I wanted to thank you for visiting Cast Party Wednesday last week. I would love it if came back tomorrow and shared more of your recipes with me.
Thanks,
I hope to see you there!

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Lesli

Thanks for the offer Sheryl, I’d love to pop back in and share more recipes. Thanks for hosting! To answer your question about the Coconut Nectar — it’s amazing!!! Just click on the link in the recipe and you’ll be taken to a page with all the Coconut Secret products. If you click on the link for Coconut Nectar, it will take you to my Amazon page where you can purchase it for the lowest price I’ve found. You may be able to get it at a health food store in your area, but the health food stores in my area charge a premium price for it, so I always buy it online. Give it a try either way — I think you’ll be as blown away by it as I am.

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April

What a fantastic quick, easy and healthy recipe! I love that you can keep all the ingredients on hand and just whip it up at a moment’s notice. Thank you for sharing it with Let’s Do Brunch.

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Lesli

My pleasure April. Thanks for hosting!

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Bibi

That looks so refreshing right about now….and the color is gorgeous.

Thank you for sharing it at Foodie Wednesday last week. Hope you can come again this week to share more of your recipes.

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Lesli

Thanks Bibi for hosting a great party!

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