Fresh Fruit Sorbet

  • Fresh Fruit Sorbet
Ranked: 210th

Rated 4.71 out of 5 based on 26 votes

Ingredients

  • 1 x pineapple
  • 3 x pears
  • 3 x apples
  • 1 cup water (approx)

Method

Peal and cut your pinapple into wedges
Quarter your apples and pears
Juice your fruit in a juicer and make the volume up to a litre with as much water as required
Place you juice blend into a prepared chill bowl of your icecream maker and put into the appliance according to instructions.
Process for 50-60 minutes
Serve with a sprig of mint and enjoy

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  • Awesome

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    by James Ayers on 18/11/2012, 21:04
    James Ayers
    • an on the spot need for fresh cold refreshment created this delight

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      by Helen Minns on 25/11/2012, 21:04
      Helen Minns
  • Mmm great on a hot summers day

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    by Cherie Petersen on 25/11/2012, 20:46
    Cherie Petersen
    • so true! will come in handy in the next couple of months :D

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      by Helen Minns on 25/11/2012, 21:05
      Helen Minns
  • A lovely simple Summer idea. If you added a simple sugar syrup (1/2 sugar, 1/2 water. boil & cool) instead of straight water the texture will be much better

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    by Mark Best on 26/11/2012, 13:25
    Mark Best
    • we only have rapadura and that might taint the colour and be a little heavy for the flavours …. I did think of it. We are currently gluten, lactose and processed food free so back to basics simplicity is the best we can do. I embrace the challenge and this and other recipes are the result … thank you for your kind comment.

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      by Helen Minns on 26/11/2012, 13:31
      Helen Minns
  • Hot day !
    This was an absolute refresher.
    Fresh ingredients made this so much different to the sorbets I have bought.

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    by Kimi RavenSky on 28/11/2012, 16:58
    Kimi RavenSky
    • the total refresh is what I was going for so I am glad you got my point

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      by Helen Minns on 09/01/2013, 14:54
      Helen Minns
  • Is this a fruit puree or a sorbet? Would be quite healthy and refreshing but I dont think it is a sorbet.

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    by Lisa Landry on 28/11/2012, 21:46
    Lisa Landry
    • seeing as the fruit is juiced I cannot see any ability to reference it as a puree. The use of the term sorbet is unregulated and is most commonly used with non-dairy, fruit juice ice products. I think my terminology is adequate for the purpose.

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      by Helen Minns on 09/01/2013, 14:59
      Helen Minns
  • Hubby loves this!

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    by Janette Barlow on 23/12/2012, 19:24
    Janette Barlow
    • it is a real crowd pleaser … just like a splice

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      by Helen Minns on 29/12/2012, 17:18
      Helen Minns
  • i want this again for tea :)

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    by Anne-Marie Cee on 29/12/2012, 17:16
    Anne-Marie Cee
    • *chukkle* I know what you mean especially on a hot afternoon! :D

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      by Helen Minns on 29/12/2012, 17:19
      Helen Minns
  • I so appreciate your not adding a simple sugar to this dessert! Wonderful to have the sweetness of the fruits satisfy your cravings. Perfect for summer!

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    by Debbie Percelay on 20/05/2013, 11:27
    Debbie Percelay
    • the fruit was delightfully sweet as it was. Celebrating the pure ingredient is more important to me than adding sugar for sugar’s sake

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      by Helen Minns on 20/05/2013, 11:51
      Helen Minns
  • Another reason to look forward to summer.

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    by Tess Hudson on 20/05/2013, 23:42
    Tess Hudson