Champion Juicer makes Sherbet?
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.
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