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3 No-Churn Fruit Sorbet Recipes to Try at Home

For a guilt-free and healthier dessert, choose the one that is easy to make and has more nutrition. 

On the days when you just want to indulge yourself in a delectable snack, sorbet might be the best option! It is a dairy-free and refreshing frozen dessert consisting of fruit, water, sugar, and flavorings such as fruit juice or fruit puree. 

Sorbets are easy as they are nutritious! The best thing about them? You can use any fruit available in your kitchen. So if you have fruits on-hand– fresh from the market or just chilling in your ref, why not turn them into a special homemade dessert? No ice cream maker is needed! 

My Pope Philippines lists 3 no-churn sorbet recipes that everyone might enjoy experimenting with: (Read: 3 Easy Homemade Ice Cream Recipes)

Strawberry sorbet

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Strawberry-flavored desserts may seem underrated for some, so it would be really fun to try unique recipes with it. In this recipe, you can mix the strawberries with other berries like raspberries and blackberries, as well as mangoes or pineapples. It requires three basic ingredients– vanilla extract, lime or lemon juice, and salt! Of course, all these are optional ingredients if your palate prefers a not-too-sweet flavor. Follow the recipe here

Watermelon sorbet

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Make the all-time favorite summer fruit more delicious and refreshing! Watermelons are not only rich in vitamins it also helps us stay hydrated– a reason why it is a preferred dessert during the summer! Stay cool even if summer is over with watermelon sorbet. Just mix the watermelon chunks and two tablespoons of unsweetened lime juice for a tangy twist, then get ready to munch on that icy dessert! Follow the recipe here. (Read: 5 Dessert Recipes Using Fruits in Summer Season)

Mango sorbet

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Mango is one of the most well-loved fruits by Filipinos, even kids! Its sweetness never fails to tickle our taste buds. Level it up to something new with this three-ingredient mango sorbet recipe that kids and kids at heart will love! Follow the recipe here

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