Summer is over. Labor Day is here and gone. Although, the Farmers Almanac says the official first day of fall is September 23. So, that means I have a few more
weeks days to enjoy the blueberry lemon combo.
Kiddo and I have been talking about making some sorbet. We’re really loving the fruity flavors and have both really been trying to watch our added sugars. She is very understanding to the health conditions we all have, even if she’s not really comprehending them to the fullest. I appreciate that about her. She’s always open to trying new foodie things and really wants to help out in the health department.
As you guys know, my stuff never turns out as nice as it does on Pinterest. Nor, do I really follow a recipe. Mr. YUM and I went to the farmers market and we scored a great deal on some fresh berries. I love this time of year because it’s the cheapest part of the year when it comes to berries. Farmers are trying to sell what they have before it goes bad. In another few weeks, prices will go to the year high price due to the cool Michigan temperatures and the need to have products shipped in from other states.
I can’t even tell you guys how simple this recipe is.
I’m also sorry to say that I don’t have any exact cup and tablespoon measurements. That’s how simple it was! This recipe is just what I used.
I lined bread pans with parchment paper to keep the sorbet from sticking.
Blueberry Lemon Sorbet
- 2 tubs blueberry pints
- 3 lemons peeled or 1/4 c lemon juice
- Stevia to taste
- Throw all of the ingredients in a blender or food processor.
- Blend until smooth.
- Pour into pan and freeze for 3-4 hours.
We love to eat cold treats, even in the fall and winter. Are you a frozen treat fan?
Robin (Masshole Mommy) says
That sounds so good. I love the combo of blueberries and lemons. So yummy!!
I could eat a real Italian Ice any time of year – Spumoni flavored. It’s light and refreshing any time of year!
Stacie @ Divine Lifestyle says
That sounds absolutely fantastic! I love sorbets. I actually love them more than ice cream, so I can’t wait to give this a try.
Catherine S says
This sounds so yummy and I can’t wait to try this recipe. I like coconut milk ice cream.
A: This is delicious. B: If it were any easier… Well, it couldn’t be any easier. LOVE!
Marcie W. says
It is still well over 100 degrees in our area of the country, so frozen treats are welcomed with open arms. This unique flavor combo sounds super yummy too!
I can’t believe how easy that is! I’m going to try this tonight.
We made ice cream with our ice cream maker pretty frequently over the summer. I love homemade ice cream, but you have to be ready with the bowl already frozen. This sounds so much easier and so much lighter. I’d love this one!
Mmmm, this does sound like the perfect treat for these last few moments of summer. It’s still pretty warm so some sorbet would definitely be a wonderful way to cool down.
This looks amazing! I love anything with lemon in it so I will pin this one for later!
Liz Mays says
Wow that does sound easy enough for me to make. This would be such a treat for us.
I enjoy fresh blueberries. This is a great way to eat them!
This sounds delicious. I can’t wait to give it a try!
Laura Gregory says
This looks so refreshing. Must have some.
Wow that looks delicious. I love sorbet and so do my kiddos so I would love to make something like this for them. So good.
Rachelle J says
Yum! I love making homemade treats, and this looks easy enough for my daughter to help me with.
Ann Bacciaglia says
I love frozen treats. I like to eat my blueberries frozen. I will have to try this recipe. It looks so delicious.
I’m a HUGE sorbet lover! This is the perfect light flavor combo for me, full of antioxidants
I made sorbet with blueberries and pineapple before and it was AMAZING! I loved it a lot.
Now this is something I need to try, I love a good Lemon Sorbet. Plus it’s not heavy on calories! Love it!
Oooh. Yummy! I can’t wait to give this a try. I’ve made all kinds of homemade ice cream, but I’ve never tried my hand at sorbet before.