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. In fact, it’s so easy to make that I kinda feel silly calling it a recipe. But hey, if the Kitchn can do a post on one ingredient ice cream (aka frozen bananas), I can do a post on one-ingredient sorbet. 🙂
If you do a search on the interwebs, you’ll notice that a lot of sorbet recipes include sugar, water, or even milk. 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 blender until its soft and creamy. I use my blendtec but any high quality blender will do.
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.
Here’s a picture of me with the gorgeous bride, Kat. Doesn’t she look stunning?!
Ok, look closely in this next photo… do you see the bird? Way to photo bomb this picture of me and my hunky husband, bird. Excuse the quality of the photos – they were taken on my phone. [update: um, I have realized that… it’s not a bird or a plane.. it’s a trash bag].
We took tons of selfies – see my instagram for proof. This last photo was clearly taken near the end of the night…
Now for two serious questions…
- 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!