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Dairy Free Black Forest Fruit Sorbet Recipe
Black Forest Fruit Sorbet – Dairy free, soya free, wheat free & gluten free:
If your looking for a simple dessert recipe then this black forest fruit sorbet is perfect and completely dairy free, soya free, egg free, gluten free and pretty much everything free except fruit, water and sugar. It’s also a great way of getting your little ones to eat fruit if they don’t like it. I used black forest fruits for this dairy free sorbet and it tastes sweet but light and refreshing and my son loves it! I actually prefer this sorbet to dairy ice creams as it doesn’t leave me with that heavy full feeling I get after eating ice cream.
I bought these already frozen black forest fruits from my local Aldi supermarket. The reason I chose to buy frozen and not fresh is because sometimes when I buy fresh ingredients and I plan to make a recipe something crops up – usually my son will react to something which means he needs all of my attention, especially during the night. With lack of sleep and caring for my son when he’s having an allergic reaction, before I know it the fresh ingredients I bought are no longer fresh and i’m having to throw them away which really makes me sad. I hate wasting food so I find buying these and keeping them in the freezer for when I have the time to make a dairy free sorbet works best for me but you can absolutely use fresh fruit with this sorbet recipe.
500g Black forest fruits
65g Granulated sugar
- Defrost black forest fruits.
- Place sugar and water in a pan over medium heat and stir until the sugar has melted.
- Once the black forest fruits are defrosted place them in a bowl and add the water and sugar mix. Blend with an electric whisker until your left with a smooth consistency.
- Place mixture into electric sorbet/ice cream maker until done.
You can buy ice cream/sorbet makers for around £20 online. I use mine all of the time to make different frozen desserts for my son, I think they are well worth the money, as most shop brought dairy free ice creams are quite expensive (in my opinion). Here’s a link to the one i’d recommend on Amazon.
I separated the dairy free sorbet into little pots and placed them in the freezer so I have desserts ready for son when he wants one.
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