Strawberry Watermelon Sorbet

May 16, 2016

strawberry watermelon sorbet
 
With the higher temps starting to take a stay, I’ve been craving cold and sweet. This Strawberry Watermelon Sorbet is a sugar-free, healthy treat to whip up for snack or after dinner that yields a good amount of icey goodness! Of course, the seedless watermelons make for a fun serving dish if you are feeling extra snazzy. Enjoy! Recipe as follows..

 
strawberry watermelon sorbet bowls
 
watermelon sorbet
 

 

Strawberry Watermelon Sorbet Bowls

Watermelon (Seedless makes it easier!)
Strawberries
Ice
Lemon Juice

Directions
Fill your blender 3/4 of the way with ice.
Fill the rest of the blender with watermelon scoops and strawberries with the ratio depending on your preference. The more watermelon, the sweeter it becomes.
Add a few tablespoons of lemon juice or a drop of lemon essential oil.
Blend on high until a sorbet texture.
Serve immediately.
Makes 8 cups!

Tips: We use a ninja blender which works really well for ice based recipes! Also, the bags of ice from the store always shave better than our freezer ice box! If you have leftovers just stick it in the freezer!

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  • Laura Holmes

    Anna, this sounds amazing! Do you recommend fresh strawberries or frozen? Thanks!

  • Yum! This sounds so refreshing right about now. I have fresh watermelon cut-up in the fridge and now I’m thinking this would have been a better use for it! There’s always next time 😉

  • This looks delicious and you look adorable! I love that yellow!

  • Oh my, this looks and sounds amazing!!! I want to give it a try this summer (and I agree that Ninja blenders work great with icy recipes). Anna, do you think this sorbet is able to be stored in the freezer at all, or would that destroy the texture and not work? I guess I could always make a half-size recipe if I can’t store leftovers.

  • I love this recipe! I actually have been making the same sorbet but with a little mint added! You can also skip the ice and just semi-freeze the strawberries and watermelon in advance 🙂

    • Perfect idea! Makes it more flavorable I am sure! I use a lot of ice to make it go further, but I bet it is delicious as just frozen fruit!

  • Pat Schwab

    Anna, This sounds so refreshing for the summer. Pat S

  • Thanks for sharing this sweet and cold recipe. I live in Malaysia, so we have watermelon year-long. Will definitely try to make this one.
    Loved your dress!
    xo
    Carolina | http://www.dearbabymj.com

  • OMG YUM!

    We’re heading into winter in Aus so will have to hold out on these until summertime, but I literally cannot wait.The presentation in the hollowed out watermelon is stunning

    Thanks for sharing 🙂

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