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Honeydew Sorbet

Light and refreshing - make your own honeydew sorbet with just three ingredients!

Morsels of Life - Honeydew Sorbet - Light and refreshing - make your own honeydew sorbet with just three ingredients!

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It's time for SRC again - such an exciting time! Each month, as part of the Secret Recipe Club, we're assigned another blog, and we get to pick a recipe from their blog to make. This month, I got Nicole's blog, I am a Honey Bee. And she's certainly got a variety of delicious eats. And some of them are even Whole30 compliant since she's done that too. I'm not sure if I'm ready for Whole30, but we're working our way there.

I'm loving the idea of making Grilled Cheese on a waffle iron. Looks like fun! I also debated making her Caprese Bites. Then I saw Watermelon Sorbet and wanted that too! Except then, I saw Honeydew Sorbet. Yes, please!

I'd been curious about making sorbet, and Nicole's recipe confirmed how easy it is to make! Although we're not quite up to doing a Whole30, we are in the middle of a month of no added sweeteners, so I didn't use any simple syrup. Fortunately, we got a ripe honeydew, so the Honeydew Sorbet still tasted sweet. Since I didn't add any additional sweetener, I added some gelatin so the sorbet wouldn't freeze into an icy brick. There's really no way to mess up this simple sorbet, although it is important to use a fresh and delicious honeydew. Since it's the ingredient that makes up the vast majority of the recipe, the flavor really shines through. Give it a try and see what you think! :)

What's your favorite sorbet flavor?

Morsels of Life - Honeydew Sorbet - Light and refreshing - make your own honeydew sorbet with just three ingredients!


by Morsels of Life | CJ Huang
Light and refreshing - make your own honeydew sorbet with just three ingredients!

 
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Servings: 16 (2 quarts total)
Cuisine: American
Category: snacks, desserts, fruit

 

Materials:

Mass Weight Volume Number Material Notes
1 tablespoon gelatin
2 tablespoons 1 lime, juiced
1381 grams 49 ounces 8 cups 1 honeydew, cut into small pieces Make sure you get a really ripe and sweet one since there's no added sweeteners!

Methods:

  1. Gather all materials.
  2. Blend honeydew and lime juice to a very smooth consistency.
  3. Blend in gelatin.
  4. Freeze into sorbet with an ice cream maker.

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Calories (Cal): 35 ・ Sodium (mg): 17.5 ・ Fat (g): 0 ・ Protein (g): 1.5 ・ Carbs (g): 8 ・ Fiber (g): 1
Nutritional values are estimates only. See our full nutrition disclosure here.

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Morsels of Life - Honeydew Sorbet Step 1 - Gather all materials. 1. Gather all materials.
Morsels of Life - Honeydew Sorbet Step 2 - Blend honeydew and lime juice to a very smooth consistency. 2. Blend honeydew and lime juice to a very smooth consistency.
Morsels of Life - Honeydew Sorbet Step 3 - Blend in gelatin. 3. Blend in gelatin.
Morsels of Life - Honeydew Sorbet Step 4 - Freeze into sorbet with an ice cream maker. 4. Freeze into sorbet with an ice cream maker.

Morsels of Life - Honeydew Sorbet - Light and refreshing - make your own honeydew sorbet with just three ingredients!

Made this recipe? Tag @morselsoflife on Instagram and hashtag it #morselsoflife

20 comments:

  1. that looks so amazing... refreshing and tasty... YUM!
    Great SRC choice!

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    1. Yes! It really was. Hope you get to give it a try. :)

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  2. This recipe fits in perfectly with the Fast Metabolism eating plan that I am on. I haven't done the Whole 30 but, from what others have told me, this plan is similar.

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    1. Yay! Hope you enjoy this honeydew sorbet. :) Sometimes it's hard to find treats when you're on a restrictive diet, and we really enjoyed this one!

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  3. THIS is perfection! Such a healthier alternative to ice cream but the same icy cool treat. I need it in my life right now during these hot summer nights!

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    1. Agreed! I gave some to my son, and he thought it was the best thing ever. :)

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  4. Beautiful! Love the idea of a healthy treat.

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  5. love that you made it whole30 complainant! AWESOME!!!

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    1. Love your recipe! Tasted so fresh and fruity. :)

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  6. I have all three of these ingredients. I am making this Friday! Thank you so much for linking at #WonderfulWednesday! I look forward to seeing what you share every week. Please come back for #ThursdayFavoriteThings or the #RecipeShareParty and get YUMMED. Don't forget to comment your link #'s so I can be sure to visit and you get a chance to be featured! Pinned and shared.

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    1. Let me know how you like it! It's so easy and delicious. :) Don't need to mention it's just fruit either!

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  7. How summery! I can't wait to try this...I need to find my blender though.

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    1. Hope you find it quickly! This sorbet's really worth giving a try. :)

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  8. Honeydew is absolutely my favorite melon. And although I would have a hard time keeping it around long enough to make this sorbet I would definitely be the first one in line to eat a few scoops. Thanks for the great summer recipe choice.

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    1. It's my favorite too! We bought some extra to make this sorbet. :) Hope you enjoy!

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  9. I have not made honeydew sorbet but watermelon is my husband's favorite.
    I need to try this one.
    Thanks for sharing at Over The Moon Party,
    Bev

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    1. Watermelon sounds like it'd be so summery! Hope you enjoy this honeydew version too. :)

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  10. I'm all into ice-cream and sorbet this summer, and this honeydew sorbet look DELICIOUS !!

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    1. Us too! I won't say how many times I've pulled some honeydew sorbet out of the freezer this summer. :) Hope you enjoy!

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