All you need are a blender, two ingredients, and five minutes to make refreshing and healthy strawberry sorbet with mint.
About this Strawberry Sorbet
- Easy to make: This sorbet is the easiest thing ever to make – and who doesn’t want that during the summer? All you do is mix frozen berries and fresh mint together in a high speed blender. Add just enough water to get things going, and there ya have it – strawberry sorbet! If it’s not sweet enough for you, you can add a bit of your favorite sweetener, but I think it’s absolutely perfect just the way it is.
- Beautiful: Speaking of perfection, can we talk just for a second about the color of this stuff? Isn’t it beyond gorgeous? I just love it.
- Refreshing and healthy: This is the ultimate summer treat! And it’s full of fruit so you can feel great about eating it.
Make it your Own
- Switch up the herbs: Try basil instead of mint!
- Leave out the herbs: You can easily make this with just strawberries. Or add a splash of vanilla extract to give it some depth.
- Add different fruit: Try adding in different types of frozen fruit. Consider raspberries, mango, or bananas.
More Strawberry Recipes
- Homemade strawberry milkshakes with basil
- Frosé — a refreshing summer slushie made with rosé and strawberries
- Ice cream terrine with roasted strawberries
- Strawberries stuffed with basil whipped cream
- Strawberry chocolate chip muffins
- Strawberry basil freezer jam
- Strawberry pavlova by Saving Dessert –I can’t wait to try this one!
- 16 ounces frozen strawberries (3–4 cups)
- ½ cup water
- ¼ cup loosely packed fresh mint, more for garnish if desired
- Blend in a high speed blender, pushing down sides as needed. Keep repeating this until sorbet is smooth. If needed, add a few extra drops of water – little by little. If you overdo the water, you’ll have a smoothie, not sorbet.
- Serve immediately garnished with fresh mint.
- If sorbet is too tangy for your taste, add a small amount of sweetener of your choice.
- Serving size: 1/2 cup.
This website provides approximate nutrition information for convenience and as a courtesy only. Nutrition data is gathered primarily from the USDA Food Composition Database, whenever available, or otherwise other online calculators.