My husband loves sherbet–way more than actual ice cream. So I’ve had to switch it up a little and make some sherbet’s as well! I did not hull out the seeds, and should have since I’m one of those people who hates all the seeds in smoothies. It still turned out delicious, but next time I’ll spend the hour hulling out seeds! I found this recipe on Delish blog.
Prep: 20 minutes
Total: 40 minutes
- 3 cups hulled strawberries, fresh or frozen
- 1 ½ cups milk
- ¼ cup granulated sugar
1. In a food processor or blender, puree fruit until smooth. Press the mixture through a strainer to remove seeds if desired (I didn’t bother with this, but wished I would have). Sweeten the puree with sugar until desired sweetness achieved ( I used a ¼ cup).
2. Chill the mixture thoroughly, then freeze it in your ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s instructions. Best when served immediately. Can be stored in freezer; leave out for 10-15 minutes to soften before scooping and serving.
Ashley–thanks! I love my new header too; however, it's a work in progress… I have a few different redesigns and adds to make on it, but it works for now! On a cooking note, I should have taken the time to strain the seeds even if I only strained half… I've never been a "seed girl"! lol… Still love the simplicity of the recipe!
Spoiledlil'Mrs.S–thanks! I love hearing that people love my "work"! I recently got a DSLR which has helped improve my picture quality 100x! I've also started taking more time and editing all my pictures that go up on my blog. If you go back to post from earlier this year you'll see that the pictures aren't that great… working on re-making a lot of my recipes just so I can have pretty pictures! 😉 Thanks for following & look forward to future comments! 🙂
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love your new header! very cute!
yea i don't particularly mind the seeds simply because of the time it takes to strain them 🙂