Enjoy the sweet tartness of raspberries and lime in this cool, creamy sorbet.
Summer is, by far, my favorite time of year. Longer days, amazing weather, and flip-flops all day long! We’ve started spending most of our days outside now that the weather is warming up, and the other day I was thinking about some of the things I wanted to do this summer.
This year, spending time at the pool is number one on my to-do list. I love soaking up sun, cooling off in the water, and sipping on a cool drink. The only trouble with a cool drinks is that before long it’s not cool anymore.
So I found a solution: Raspberry Limeade Sorbet! Not only is it healthier than ice cream, but it also takes less than two minutes to make. If you have kids you know the importance of treats that are quick and easy treats. If you love of lemonades and limeades like I do, you have to try this recipe—it’s the perfect way to bring in summer.
Raspberry Limeade Sorbet
3 cups frozen raspberries
1 tsp–1 tbsp lime zest
¼ cup lime juice
¼ cup almond milk
- Place ingredients in WildSide+ jar and press the Smoothie button. If your Blendtec doesn’t feature a Smoothie button, blend on a Low speed for 10 seconds, then a Medium to Medium-Low speed for 10 seconds, then Medium to Medium-High speed for 40 seconds.
- Serve it right away or let it set in your freezer for up to 1 hour.
Note: You can fine-tune the sour and sweet by adjusting how much lime zest you add.
Tart lemonades not your thing? Have picky eaters that don’t like raspberries? You can also try this Copy Cat Sonic Slush with Nerds recipe; it’s my kids’ favorite summer treat!
What’s your favorite way to celebrate summer?
About the Author
Sydney is a stay-at-home mom who has a passion for saving her family money without sacrificing flavor or style. She enjoys creating treats, toys, and memories with her family. Join Sydney at Tastefully Frugal for recipes, crafts, tips and tricks on how to do more with the money that you have. To see what she is up to every day follow her on Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.