What if you could easily create a refreshing sorbet with one ingredient? Well, you can, and you clicked on the right recipe to make that happen. This pineapple sorbet contains one ingredient and one ingredient only: pineapple. With a smooth texture and a tropical flavor with natural sweetness, this pineapple sorbet is about to be your new favorite dessert.
Some people firmly believe that frozen treats like ice cream or sorbet are best during warmer months, while others love eating them in the colder and warmer months. When you enjoy sorbet in cold weather, the pro is that it doesn’t melt quickly, but you may get colder. You can feel one way or the other about seasonal sorbet enjoyment, but one thing everyone can agree on is the delicious, tangy flavor profile of this dessert. Not only is it free of preservatives and added sugars, but it’s full of beneficial nutrients, including digestive enzymes that promote gut health.
In order to make this sorbet, you have to cut up fresh pineapple and freeze it. The best way to do this is to cut the pineapple into bite-size pieces and scatter them in a single layer across a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. This will help avoid sticking during the freezing process, and spacing the pieces out helps you avoid large pineapple clumps. Lastly, it’s best to blend the frozen pineapple in a food processor as opposed to a blender. A food processor can easily break up the frozen pineapple to yield a creamy sorbet. We hope you love it!
- Prep Time:5m
- Total Time:5m
- 2 c pineapple, cubed and frozen overnight
- orange zest (optional)
- Add the frozen pineapple and optional orange zest to a food processor and blend until smooth.
- You may need to stop blending, scrape down the sides, and continue blending until you have a smooth texture.
- Scoop out of the food processor into bowls and enjoy immediately.