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3-Ingredients Pineapple Sorbet

Updated on January 22, 2012

This is another of my favorite easy peasy, healthy frozen dessert recipe. You can make your own pineapple sorbet without the need of an icecream maker. Only 3 ingredients and a blender are needed to make this sorbet. I prefer using raw sugar as it provides more health benefits as compared to normal refined sugar.

Pineapple Sorbet

Ingredients List (Serves 6)

Ingredient
Quantity
Sweet Pineapple
1
Lemon
1
Raw Sugar
100-200grams

Tools Required

  • Blender
  • Container to freeze sorbet in

Steps

  1. Remove the skin of the pineapple, take note not to cut out too much of the fruit.
  2. Remove all the eyes in the pineapple.
  3. Slice up the pineapple in bite sized pieces.
  4. Juice your lemon and remove any pits.
  5. Combine pineapple, lemon juice and raw sugar in blender.
  6. Blend away until mix becomes a puree. Feel free to add in more sugar at this stage.
  7. Pour puree into containers and freeze for a recommended time of 8 hours.

Tips: Halfway through freezing, you can stir through the sorbet to break up the ice crystals. If sorbet ends up very frozen after 8 hours, simply just let it thaw for a little bit before serving.

My Thoughts

This is a very simple recipe that is guilt free and designed to delight. It is very healthy and tasty. My friends have feedback-ed to me that overriped mangos can be used to replace the pineapples in this recipe too. Hope you guys have enjoyed this article, till next time!

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      lcbenefield 5 years ago from Georgia

      I cannot wait to try this. I think my husband will really enjoy this.

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      dcaz 5 years ago from Singapore

      Hope you enjoy this dessert :) Also, if your pineapples are very sweet, you can actually skip on the sugar to make it even healthier.

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