• Melon Sorbet {quick & easy}

    Melon Sorbet - Comfy Belly

    Gather your ripe cantaloupes and honeydew melons. Melon sorbet is a simple, thirst-quenching treat.

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    For this recipe, use your ripest melons—cantaloupe, honeydew or some variation (and there are many variations). Mostly because they’ll be the sweetest of the bunch. Just cut them into cubes, seal and freeze.

    Then when you want instant melon sorbet, place the frozen cubes in a food processor and add a drop of lime or lemon. That’s it.

    Now you could start adding on to the recipe, but if you’re melon is very sweet you probably won’t need to add a single ingredient.

    That said, I do like adding lime juice, a bit of lime zest, and a mint leaf for a touch of flavor and scent.

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    Posted in Breakfast, Dairy-Free, Desserts, Egg-Free, Gluten-Free, Lactose-Free, Low-Sugar, Nut-Free, Quick & Easy, SCD, Vegetarian  |  7 Comments

    7 Responses to Melon Sorbet {quick & easy}

    1. Janelle says:

      I love this idea – a nice alternative to the banana “ice cream” recipe.

    2. Erica says:

      Ha, yep, one needs a break from banana every so often 😉

    3. Ro says:

      Can I use to make the melon sorbet a blender?

      Thank you

    4. Carol says:

      Looks so lovely and refreshing, what a fun little treat!

    5. Emily says:

      Can you recommend a food processor? I didn’t see one listed through your Amazon pages. I have never had one. I’ve tried to avoid too many appliances living in a small place with a tiny kitchen. I have a kitchen aid mixer & the food processor attachments for it but it is a hassle to use & couldn’t do this! My blender is just so, so. I have considered a Blendtec for a while thinking it would also function as a food processor and blender. Any advice would be so appreciated. I have young children & feel like the right one could help me so much with chopping up veggies!

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