A super easy and very healthy recipe for Strawberry Sorbet made with just 3 natural ingredients. A brilliant frozen summer snack for kids!
With summer just around the corner I’m starting to plan lots of quick and easy snacks that I can whip up for the kids in just a few minutes. My kids turn into popsicle monsters when the weather warms up and so this year I’m trying to find lots more frozen treats that are a little bit healthier for them.
Recently I had a stack of frozen strawberries not doing a whole lot other than take up valuable freezer space and so I decided to try making a really easy but healthy Strawberry Sorbet. It turned out so well and I couldn’t believe that just three very simple ingredients could make such a refreshing and delicious snack!
This recipe turned out so well that I’m going to try it with lots of other types of frozen fruit. I’m thinking mango next but what would you suggest I try?
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- 300g / 2½ cups frozen strawberries
- 1 tbsp honey or maple syrup
- 180ml / ¾ cup cold water
- Add the frozen strawberries and honey / maple syrup to a food processor or blender. Then add about half of the water to start with a blitz until smooth. If needed add a little more water at a time until you get the right consistency.
- Either serve the sorbet straight away or transfer it to a container and freeze.
- When left in the freezer for a couple of hours the sorbet will freeze solid so leave it to defrost for about 15-20 minutes before trying to scoop it!