In the hot, hot, heat of summer, I need something refreshing to cool down. These Mixed Berry Yogurt Pops are a go to. But this recipe is even more fresh, wholesome, and fruity.
Today I’m sharing an amazingly awesome tasting Blackberry Sorbet Recipe. It’s an easy recipe that I adapted myself.
It’s so easy anyone can make it. It’s also a delicious way to beat the heat this summer. There are only four ingredients that you’ll need. You’ll also need a blender or a food processor to make it. And that’s it! I love simple recipes like this, because it helps you know what goes into your food.
3 cups of frozen blackberries (you can use many other fruit)
1/2 cup white sugar
1 can sweetened condensed milk (can substitute for 2/3 cup cream)
1 teaspoon vanilla extract
Can you believe that those are the only ingredients you need? Read below to see what other fruit and berries you can use for this recipe.
Add all your ingredients into your food processor (we used this food processor – it really doesn’t matter what order) and blend until all the fruit has been broken down and the consistency is smooth. Then spread into a shallow plastic container (we used this one) and freeze for a few hours before serving! There’s really nothing to it!
No churn ice cream and sorbet does take a bit longer than using an ice cream maker but it’s just so easy. For an more even flavor and consistency, stir the Blackberry Sorbet thoroughly once an hour until frozen.
This recipe makes a great base for any fruit. You can try so many different variations. Both fresh and frozen fruit will work but frozen will take longer to blend in your food processor. For example, we used blackberries grown in our backyard that were picked then frozen. You could even buy bagged frozen fruit if you’re in a pinch.
We tried four different variations of sorbet in blackberry, strawberry, blueberry and pineapple. Our favorite flavors were blackberry and blueberry but I can’t wait to try dewberry! It’s super simple and a delicious summer treat.
No Churn Blackberry Sorbet Recipe
- 3 cups frozen blackberries or substitute for blueberry, pineapple ...
- 1/2 cup white sugar
- 1 can sweetened condensed milk can be substituted for 2/3 cup cream
- 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
- Add all your ingredients to a food processor and blend until smooth.
- Pour the blended ingredients in a shallow plasticware or glass pan and place in the freezer.
- Stir thoroughly every hour until blended.
- Then eat and enjoy!
- Top with cream, fresh berries, or add to seltzer for a unique treat!
So what flavor are you going to try? Tell us in the comments if you find one that you love!
Let’s Stay Friends!
Insta | Pinterest | Enews | TikTok
2 thoughts on “No Churn Blackberry Sorbet Recipe”
Yum!! I wish summer had not ended! but will save this for a warmer day!
This sounds divine! I love sorbet, and blackberry is sooo good!