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Top 10 Sorbet Recipes We Can’t Get Enough Of

If you want something sweet, fresh, and wonderfully vibrant, these easy sorbet recipes are for you.

Sorbet is surprisingly effortless to make at home and usually only requires two or three ingredients.

Better still, you don’t even need an ice cream maker!

10 Easy Sorbet Recipes (How To Make Sorbet at Home). Photo shows Sweet Blackberry and Mango Sorbet served in a glass bowl with fresh mint and blueberries
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These fantastic frozen desserts are bright, cool, and bursting with fruity goodness.

Between the sweet strawberry and colorful mango, there’s a sorbet recipe here for everyone.

So, why not try them all, and let me know if you can pick a favorite!

1. Mango Sorbet (4-Ingredient Recipe)

This creamy, brilliant yellow-orange sorbet is one of my favorite mango desserts ever.

It’s gluten and dairy-free, vegan-friendly, and uses only three key ingredients (I don’t really count the water).

Just make a super quick simple syrup, then blitz it with fresh, juicy, ripe mangoes.

Once it’s ready, you can enjoy it alone or topped with your favorite fruits and berries. Either way, it’s an excellent sorbet.

Serving of Peach Sorbet in a bowl with fresh mint

2. Peach Sorbet

Peach sorbet has the same vibrant yellow-orange color as the mango sorbet above, and it, too, uses only three ingredients.

You’ll need fresh peaches, along with sugar, and lemon juice. Plus a pinch of salt if you think it needs it.

It’s just as simple to make, too (food processor – pan – freezer).

If you prefer your sorbets a little more on the sweet side, you’ll probably enjoy this one. It tastes like a perfectly ripe, sweet Georgia peach.

3. Refreshing Orange Sorbet

Though you don’t need to serve this in a hollowed-out orange peel, you can’t deny it looks impressive! That said, it’ll be a hit either way.

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It tastes like a sweeter, more solid version of orange juice, which makes sense considering the only ingredients are orange juice, water, and sugar – four to six tablespoons to be exact.

I know that may seem like a lot, and I’ve found it doesn’t need quite so much. So, feel free to start slowly with the sugar and add more until it tastes sweet enough for you.

4. Watermelon Sorbet

I don’t know about you, but come summer, I’m a watermelon fiend!

I use it in everything, from desserts and salads to sweet watermelon cocktails.

But this sorbet might just beat them all.

It’s cool, vibrant, and even a hit with the kids. Which is great considering how much better it is for them than the usual frozen treats!

5. Homemade Blackberry Sorbet

To make this simple, pretty pink dessert, you’ll need water, sugar, salt, and fresh or frozen blackberries.

Don’t worry, you’ll barely taste the salt, and the sugar accentuates – not masks – the berries.

It takes about 50 minutes to prepare and churn this sorbet and another 8 hours or so to freeze it. That means it takes longer than others on the list, but it’s more than worth it in the end.

Additionally, if you don’t have an ice cream machine, you can still make this scrumptious sorbet. Check out the recipe notes at the bottom to find out how.

6. 2-Ingredient Pineapple Sorbet

Because pineapples are sweet enough on their own, you won’t have to add any additional sweeteners to this two-ingredient sorbet.

All you’ll need are pineapple cubes and lime juice.

It’s smooth, cold, and full of tropical pineapple yumminess. It’s actually pretty similar to Dole Whip if you’ve ever had it, but this version is healthier and easier to make.

If you like pineapples, you’ll love this simple sorbet recipe.

7. 3-Ingredient Easy Strawberry Sorbet (Without an Ice Cream Maker!)

This ruby-red strawberry sorbet is gorgeous to look at and insanely tasty. You’ll whip it up with nothing more than strawberries, raw honey, and warm water.

How easy is that?

If you don’t like sorbet that’s super sweet, you may not even need the honey, as strawberries have quite enough natural sweetness on their own.

With or without the honey, strawberry sorbet is always well-received; I enjoy it on top of a rich piece of decadent chocolate cake. Delish!

8. Raspberry Sorbet

Raspberry sorbet is just as beautiful as the strawberry recipe above. Plus, they both feature the same bright red color – though the raspberry sorbet has a hot pink tint.

That said, this one is quite a bit sweeter. You’ll make it with raspberries, sugar, water, vanilla extract, and fresh lime juice.

So, it packs a wallop of a flavor punch.

Best of all, this is an excellent option if you’re in the mood for a cool, refreshing treat and don’t want to wait.

Including freeze time, this one takes only 30 minutes!

9. Grapefruit Sorbet

I’ll be honest; grapefruit isn’t one of my favorite fruits. It’s just a touch too bitter for my sweet tooth.

Even so, this grapefruit sorbet isn’t too bad.

It has a mild, citrusy flavor, and the cup of granulated sugar sweetens the treat and smooths out the rough, bitter edges.

It’s kind of the perfect treat for a warm spring day.

Scoops of lemon sorbet in a glass.

10. Lemon Sorbet

If grapefruit and all things tart are your jam, this lemon sorbet is a must-make.

It’s super zesty and fully loaded with refreshing citrus. But it’s balanced perfectly, so the lip pucker is minimal!

Top 10 Sorbets We Can’t Get Enough Of

If you want something sweet, fresh, and vibrant, these easy sorbet recipes are for you. Dairy-free and bursting with flavor, you’ll love these frozen treats.

Ingredients

  • Mango Sorbet

  • Peach Sorbet

  • Refreshing Orange Sorbet

  • Watermelon Sorbet

  • Homemade Blackberry Sorbet

  • 2-Ingredient Pineapple Sorbet

  • 3-Ingredient Easy Strawberry Sorbet (Without an Ice Cream Maker!)

  • Raspberry Sorbet

  • Grapefruit Sorbet

  • Lemon Sorbet

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Hey there! I'm Kim. I love running, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple :)

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