This delectable Dates Plum Sorbet is a summer delight. Its extremely easy to make and an enjoyable treat for all ages.
Fresh juicy red Plums blended smooth with flavorful, sweet and nutritious Dates and churned into delicious Frozen Treat!!!!
I have been having too much fun with my new ice cream maker and continuously experimenting recipes all through summer. It’s a bonus for Yashvi because she gets a treat every now and then. 🙂 .
My freezer is totally full of my experimented ice creams and sorbets and what not.
In my attempt in emptying my fridge last weekend I planned for Dates Plum Sorbet.
The gorgeous plums were sitting in my refrigerator for a while now and we were all fed up of eating them as is or in smoothies.
We desperately needed a change so these plums were transformed into mouthwatering sorbet. 🙂
Ingredients for Dates Plum Sorbet
Instead of sugar or any other sweetener I used Dates to enhance the nutrition value and add potassium content to this frozen treat to make it healthy for my family.
How to make Dates Plum Sorbet
- Firstly, I blended all the ingredients in a blender.
- Secondly, I churned it into an ice cream maker.
- Next, I let it freeze in a freezer friendly container for about 2 hours.
- Lastly, I scooped it and served generously.
This ice – cold treat can be enjoyed as popsicles if you do not have ice cream maker. Just blend all the ingredients smooth and pour it in the popsicle molds and freeze for 4 hours or until ready to be relished.
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Dates Plum Sorbet
- 3 cups chopped plums
- 1 cups pitted dates (about 12 pieces)
- 2 1/2 cups cold water
- Pinch of salt
- A drop of lemon juice
- In a blender add all the ingredients and blend smooth (about 1-2 minutes).
- Pour the blended mixture into the ice cream maker and churn as per the manufacturer instructions.
- Take out the churned ice cream in a metal or plastic bowl and freeze it for 2 hours or until ready to be scooped.
- Serve frozen sorbet in your favorite dessert cups and enjoy.
- This recipe can be made into popsicles if you do not have ice cream maker.
- For Popsicles: Pour the blended mixture into the Popsicle molds and freeze it for at least 4 hours.
- In a Popsicle form it will stay in the freezer for a week.
- As sorbet, icicles may form and become crumbly but still it will taste equally delicious for a week.