Everyone has a sweet tooth, whether you admit it or not. And THIS!? This will satisfy that sweet tooth, and leave you feeling guilt free after indulging in this amaaaaaazingggg dessert!
Who DOESN'T like ice cream? What about sorbet? I figured since summer is in full swing (and it's about 172 degrees here in Nashville on any given day)... a light, sweet, delectable dessert is just what this blog needs! I present to you… the Guilt-Free Strawberry Sorbet from #OurRhodesToHappiness!
Let's get right to it... and seriously you have to go home and try this. You won't be disappointed.
Here is what you'll need:
-Food Processor (shocker…I seriously don't know what I'd do without this kitchen utensil)
Here are the ingredients:
-1 lb bag of frozen strawberries (unsweetened)
-14 oz vanilla almond milk
-1/2 T lemon juice
-2 packets of stevia (you can start with 1 packet & add more to taste)
Here's what you do:
1.) Throw it all into your food processor and watch magic happen. Really, it's that easy.
Also, like I've said before: I've started adding Nutrition Facts to all of my recipes. So if you're interested in those facts, scroll down to the bottom of the post to find the nutrition facts for this dish!
[Photos of Whole Process Below]
Step 1) Toss everything into your food processor (you could probably do this in a blender as well). I put the strawberries in first, then added the stevia and lemon juice to my milk before throwing that in as well). You'll probably have to stop the food processor every once in a while to push a strawberry or two off of the blades. But keep on keepin on and you won't be disappointed.
ALERT!!!! I have a few tips. The main one being: if you use a food processor, keep in mind that it is not air tight. As you can see below, I made this mistake and liquid. went. everywhere. Which was SO fun to clean up. [insert grumpy face here]. So I learned my lesson the hard way, but it's my job to pass on my mistake-laden wisdom so you don't do the same. I ended up wrapping my food processor in paper towels until the liquid was really mixed in with the strawberries. Second tip: you'll most likely have some of this left over after chowing down. Feel free to put the remaining deliciousness into some tuber wear and throw it in the freezer but note that since this recipe lacks sugar (yippee!) it will freeze to be rock solid. Not a problem though, just take it out of the freezer about 20 minutes before you want to eat it and let it soften up some.
Oh, and as you can see… this happened. Don't let this happen.
Here's where I had to knock some strawberries back into their place.
AND what it looks like when it's getting to the perfect state of the "eat me" stage.
Stay cool out there :)
Try it. Eat it. Love it. And let me know!