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I received quite a lot of email enquiries after I posted the Champion Juicer’s Instant Tutti-Frutti Sherbet recipe. A number of you actually requested for a video showing how Champion Juicer makes ice cream or instant fruit sherbet. I stumbled upon this interesting Champion Juicer video demonstration by Rener Gracie on the making of Instant Banana Ice Cream.
It was presented in such a light hearted manner and I truly enjoyed watching it. The entire video takes approximately 9 minutes and that’s the amount of time one would need to make a big serving of Champion Juicer’s Instant Banana Ice Cream, including cleaning up the juicer’s parts and re-assembling. That also includes some time for him to talk, to eat the ice cream and to spin around looking for the missing ice cream. I am amazed how versatile Champion Juicer can be.
Watch it with a smile.
When the summer heat becomes unbearable and you need an instant cool treat, you are going to love what Champion Juicer can do for you. Let me show you what I mean with this super easy instant fruit sherbet.
Champion Juicer’s Instant Tutti-Frutti Sherbet
Clean and cut any type of fresh fruits into longitudinal strips to fit the feeder chamber of Champion juicer. Freeze the fruit till solid before running them through the Champion Juicer. Use the Champion Juicer blank to homogenize the frozen pieces of fruits.
Be creative to prepare instant Sherbet of different varieties of fruits.
Instead of adding sweetener or sugar to the homogenized mixture, feed dried fruits or frozen banana through the Champion Juicer for added sweetness and a creamy smooth texture. Alternate tart fruits with sweet fruits when you homogenize the frozen pieces.
Serve immediately or return mixture back to the freezer in a sealed container.
You may homogenize the fresh fruits with Champion Juicer first, then freeze mixture in freezing trays till solid. Slice the frozen mixture into narrow strips to be homogenized with Champion Juicer. Serve at once. This alternative allows you to determine if the fruits mixture need a sweetener, so that it can be added before the freezing of the fruits.
Frozen sherbet mixtures may be stored in freezer bags or sealed container for future use. This is a good way to utilize the abundance of fruits in season.
One golden tip: To get a thicker and creamier Sherbets, chill the juicer body, cutter, blank and bowl before homogenizing the frozen fruits. This is easily done by placing the Champion Juicer parts in the refrigerator for about 30 minutes before assembling.
Caution: Please do not place parts in freezer to chill.
Enjoy your healthy cool summer treat….
My daughters and I were having great fun in the kitchen yesterday making sherbet with Champion Juicer. My youngest daughter asked me what’s the difference between sherbet and the sorbet we made last week. The two elder sisters attempted to explain but they ended up in a little argument that needed a delicious “creamy sherbet” to cool them down.
Yes, creamy… that’s what I said. Sherbet contains dairy or other fat making it creamy, similar to ice cream whereas sorbet is free of fat or milk. These two icy summertime treats have similar base ingredients ie. fruit juices or pureed fruits, sugar and water. That makes sorbet friendly to the lactose intolerant individuals since it contains no dairy and of course, it has lower calories. Sorbet is generally softer, granular in texture but sherbet has a firmer and smoother consistency.
I am going to share with you a sure hit sherbet recipe using the versatile Champion Juicer.
Champion Juicer’s Very Berry Sherbet
2 cups of mixed berries (blueberries, raspberries etc)
1 cup of pineapple juice
1/2 cup of orange juice
1 tablespoon of lemon juice
3 tablespoons of Half & Half
1/4 cup organic raw sugar (optional)
Juice pineapple, oranges and lemon with Champion Juicer the usual way. Homogenize the mixed berries with Champion Juicer blank. Mix all ingredients and freeze mixture till solid. Cut the frozen mixture into strips and feed into the feeding chamber of Champion Juicer. Serve immediately. You may not even need sugar if the fruit juice extracted is sweet enough.
Have fun…. Cool.
We were having dinner in one of the local restaurant a couple of weeks ago. In between entrée and main course, we were served a small serving of passion fruit sorbet. I tasted different kinds of sorbet before but this one was different. It gave just the right touch to prepare our appetite for the main course. At the end of the dinner, Chef George showed up to find out how the dinner went. I grabbed hold of the golden opportunity to ask him for the secret recipe.
Chef George’s passion fruit sorbet was hand churned every hour for a couple of hours but I tried out the recipe subsequently using Champion Juicer. The result was exceptionally good. Champion Juicer is able to achieve the fine texture and firm consistency one would want in a luscious sorbet.
Passion Fruit Sorbet by Chef George A.
1/4 cup raw organic cane sugar (or less, according to your taste)
2 cups filtered water
1/2 cup Lemon juice
1/2 cup passion fruit pulp
1 teaspoon lemon zest
Boil water, raw organic cane sugar and lemon zest for 5 minutes. Allow it to cool down to room temperature. Peel the lemon and discard seeds before pushing it through Champion Juicer. Stir in the passion fruit pulp and lemon juice into the sugar mixture.
Freeze the mixture in a freezing tray till solid. Slice the frozen mixture into long strips and feed into the feeding chamber of Champion Juicer immediately. You may store the sorbet in a freezer container or serve immediately. Makes 6 servings.
Use the Champion Juicer blank when making sorbet.
Get your Champion Juicer ready this summer and watch this heavenly passion fruit sorbet streaming out of your Champion Juicer.
Cool summer Sherbet secret is coming next ….. Stay with me.
A promise is a promise. I have not forgotten about the Champion Juicer sorbet recipe I mentioned a few days ago. Though Champion Juicer is well known for its ability to deliver good quality raw fruit and vegetable juices, the other function of Champion Juicer is to make healthy frozen desserts in a quick and simple manner.
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Citrus Sorbet Delight
1 cup of maltose syrup or raw organic sugar
3 1/2 cups of hot water
2 cups of lime juice
1/4 cup of lemon juice
1 egg white, beaten lightly
Dissolve maltose syrup in hot water. Let the mixture cool down to room temperature. Remove rind and discard seeds from limes and lemons. Juice both citrus combo using the Champion Juicer to get the amount of juice you need. Mix all ingredients.
Pour the mixture into a freezing tray and freeze until harden. Cut the frozen mixture into long strips to fit the feeding chamber of the Champion Juicer. Remember to use the Champion Juicer blank. Homogenize the frozen strips and serve immediately. Drizzle some passion fruits pulp over the sorbet for added flavor and tang.
This recipe makes approximately 6 cups of delicious sorbet.
What a great way to involve your young children in this fun activity during summer vacation.
More sorbet, sherbet and ice cream recipes to come…..Let your imagination flows wild with Champion Juicer.
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