Nothing beats eating sorbet on a hot summer day! If you are looking for homemade sorbet you have to try our pineapple sorbet! Ice cold and refreshing this pineapple sorbet recipe will hit the spot!
Summer is almost here and one of my favorite ways to enjoy summer evenings is to enjoy a backyard BBQ with family and friends and a yummy sorbet recipe. The summer evenings in Utah are so beautiful and the temperature is perfect outside. I spent many hours outside playing night games with all the neighborhood kids late into the evening.
This Pineapple Sorbet is the perfect summer snack. Pineapple always reminds me of summer and this Pineapple Sorbet Recipe is so easy to make. You do not need an ice cream maker to make it…but you can use it if you want. My ice cream maker is broken and this recipe works just great without it. You just need to stir the sorbet after it has been in the freezer for 1 to 3 hours to get it to a soft consistency!
HOW TO MAKE SORBET
PINEAPPLE SORBET RECIPE
Nothing Beats Eating Sorbet On A Hot Summer Day! If You Are Looking For Homemade Sorbet You Have To Try Our Pineapple Sorbet! Ice Cold And Refreshing This Pineapple Sorbet Recipe Will Hit The Spot!
- 2 cups fresh pineapple chunks
- 6 tbsp sugar
- 1/4 cup water
- 1/4 cup whipping cream
- 1 tsp lemon juice
Place the pineapple chunks in a food processor or blender with the sugar and water.
Process until smooth and no longer chunky.
Pour in the whipping cream and lemon juice.
Blend to mix together.
Freeze for up to 3 hours.
Stir to soften and mix into a sorbet consistency or put back in blender to smooth.
Add a little water if necessary.
Serve immediately and enjoy.
- Ice Cream Maker
- Lemon Zester and Juicer
- Cream of Coconut
- Stainless Steel Sorbet Straws
- Stainless Steel Sorbet Bowls
If you liked this recipe I would love for you to pin it! Thanks so much! xo
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