One Ingredient Fruit Sorbet


There’s nothing like an icy cold treat on a hot day. This one ingredient fruit sorbet is refreshing, sweet and super simple to make.

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This sorbet recipe is so easy to make that I kinda feel silly calling it a recipe. BUT since most sorbet recipes call for sugar, water/milk – I figure I should put my healthier version online too.

The method that I use calls for just one ingredient: fruit. You can use any fruit you want – you just freeze it and blend. I used frozen mixed berries to make the sorbet in this picture, but I’m already dreaming of a frozen peach sorbet once I can get my hands on some farm fresh peaches.

Even though this sorbet is simple, it looks fancy enough to serve dinner guests. It’s the perfect after dinner-treat for a last minute get together. You don’t need an ice cream maker to enjoy this icy dessert, just blend frozen fruit in your high powered blender until its soft and creamy.

Ok, now that I’ve talked enough about frozen fruit ice, on to my shenanigans from this past weekend. Roby and I left the country to go to a wedding… in Canada! The two of us were in the bridal party – he was the best man and I was the maid of honor (yes, I know – technically matron). It was awesome – we even gave a speech together. It was such an awesome wedding and especially cool for me and my hubby to be the moh and best man in the same wedding!

Here’s a picture of me with the gorgeous bride, Kat. Doesn’t she look stunning?!

bride and maid of honor
gorgeous bride (Kat) + maid of honor (me) ((technically matron but that sounds old))

There is totally a trash bag in this photo of me and Roby… and I thought it was a bird for the LONGEST time. 

best man (hubby) + maid of honor (me) in front of the detroit skyline
best man + maid of honor

Now for two serious questions…

1. What do you do with a bridesmaid dress after a wedding?
2. What kind of fruit sorbet are ya gonna make?

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One Ingredient Fruit Sorbet

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  • Frozen Fruit I used 2 cups of mixed berries


  • Add the fruit to a blender or food processor and blend until smooth and creamy (you may need to periodically stop the blender and push the fruit down from the side of the blender).
  • Serve & enjoy!
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  1. Jessie says

    Too funny–photobombed by trash bag! And yeah, if you figure out what to do with your bridesmaid’s dress, please pass it on (I have a pretty similar one with nowhere to go!). And the sorbet is genius–I keep wanting to buy the frozen fruit at Costco, but just haven’t figured out what to do with it yet. Boom!

  2. katie says

    in that picture where you say there is a bird… i am pretty sure it is a trashbag tied between two poles.

  3. Kristin says

    I love how simple this recipe is! Plus, I know my kids will love having a frozen (healthy) treat for summer. Thanks for the recipe. Pinning.


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