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Julie Hatfield delivers 50 delicious sorbet recipes, with simple directions, requiring only a few ingredients. Some of the ingredients such as lemon juice are common ingredients that we may already have in the pantry. Most of the recipes only require 3-4 ingredients, and I usually purchase fruits every 2 weeks at the grocery store. The quality of this cookbook delivers much more than the price, and we are very satisfied with the mouth-watering recipes. Just thinking about these recipes on a hot, summer day will inspire to create many, and enjoy. These recipes are also great for a refreshing dessert, after dinner.
We live in the hot climate of Arizona, and are always craving cold drinks, ice cream, and now I add sorbet to satisfy our cravings. Many of these recipes require both a blender, and an ice cream maker. Some recipes only require a blender, and prep time is quick, and simple.
Some of the delicious recipes offered are: Coconut Lime; Cantaloupe And strawberry; Lime And Mango; lemon; Watermelon Lime; Rhubarb; Double chocolate; Honeysuckle; Ginger mango; Plum; Red Grape; Cola; and more.
Thus far, we made the: Strawberry And Banana; Blackberry Strawberry; Grapefruit; And pink Raspberry. They were all very tasty. In Addition, we made the Banana, which is the easiest recipe, only requiring 4 ripe bananas and only a blender is needed. Our next selections will be the Apple Cinnamon, Lime And Lemon, and Buttermilk And Orange. We will leave updates as we make new recipes. Some of the recipes are tangy, and some are sweet. But, all of the recipes are delicious, and healthy. Highly recommended!
The 50 sorbets were chosen by means of an internet poll, which might explain why there are recipes containing beets, cucumbers, and rhubarb, hardly MY idea of how to finish up a dinner. The remainder of the sorbets contain just about every fruit that you would find in a large produce section of a large supermarket. I found myself searching for a generic recipe for some form of base mixture that I could add in a puree of the fruit of my choice, but such a mixture apparently has not yet been developed. The sugar content of the sorbets therefore range from the somewhat tart through rather overly sweet. Like sorbets? Have little imagination on how to mix up your own concoction before adding it to your ice cream maker? Then this book will be a nice addition to the dessert section of your cookbook shelves.
I am having a great time mixing and tasting different recipes in this little book. I usually only have bananas and some different berries, but now I can add pineapple and peaches and several other fruit combinations. I have been freezing watermelon and strawberries to add to different recipes for a new spin. I take my kindle into the kitchen in the evenings and see what kind of goodness I can "create" for a light snack.
Top 50 Most Delicious Homemade Sorbet Recipes (Recipe Top 50's Book 11) Lots of different combinations of sorbet to make. No nutritional information but the recipes do sound and look so healthy. Would love to try each and every one of these recipes. Lots of the author's other works are highlighted at the end.