12 Summery Sorbets You Can Churn Up Yourself

Caroline Olney | May 26, 2016 Food & Party

Around here, we have a deep-seated love for all things desserts. But to be totally honest, for a long time, sorbets never really spoke to us the same way a thick and creamy chocolate cone did. But now we've reformed, and we have these homemade sorbet recipes to thank -- like, who in their right mind would choose a boring chocolate cone when white peach and rose sorbet is on the table?? Not us, not anymore.

Most (but not all!) of these recipes call for an ice cream maker, but if you don't have one or are temporarily parted from yours, your sorbet still has a chance. When you get to the churning stage, freeze your sorbet for 30-60 minutes, then take it out and give it a good mix for a minute. Pop it back in the freezer and repeat this process until you have the right consistency. Not so bad, right?

Onto the recipes: Here are the 12 sorbets that changed our lives for good. We'll leave the dairy behind and stick with our fresh and fun flavors, thanks.


Image via theartfuldesperado.com

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