Strawberry Peach Sorbet

Strawberry Peach Sorbet

Its not quite fall here in Texas, so ice cream and sorbet still sound like delicious treats. I never did get around to trying out a sorbet recipe this summer, so I figured I ought to get busy now before the weather actually does start cooling down. Now most of the recipes I found for strawberry sorbet called for some water in the mixture, but we prefer our sorbet very creamy not icy in the least so you’ll find nothing but fruit and sugar in this recipe. It was a delicious mid-day treat for our lazy Sunday afternoon.

Strawberry Peach Sorbet

Strawberry Peach Sorbet

1/3 cup granulated sugar

3 cups of sliced strawberries

2 medium sized peaches, peeled & sliced

1 pinch of salt

Put strawberries in a bowl with sugar. Cover and all to sit for 1 hour, stirring occasionally. Using blender or food processor, combine strawberries with their juices, peaches and the pinch of salt. Puree. Refrigerate mixture for at least 1 hour until puree is chilled. (You can strain if you prefer no strawberry seeds but personally, I like the texture).
Place in an ice-cream maker and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

Makes 4 single scoop servings.

5 Responses

  1. this looks so good! i registered for the ice cream attachment for the KA stand mixer…maybe i will be able to make it soon!!!

  2. That looks so pretty and yummy!

  3. Ooo This looks excellent! I wonder if it would be good with pineapple. I might go start it tonight. My only worry is that I won’t be able to get back to it for 24 hours.. Hummm decisions decisions.

  4. yum! i wish i had an ice cream maker…

  5. […] was really different than other sorbets that I’ve made in the past (Peach Mango Sorbet, and Strawberry Peach Sorbet). My usual fruit sorbets are made by creating a fruit puree with very little liquid. This sorbet […]

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