Recipes in the 'Ice Cream / Sorbet / Sherbet' category

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Need a cool, creamy treat but not the fat and calories? These homemade popsicles fit the bill and satisfy any ice cream craving.


Talk about a dreamsicle. This recipe blends milk, orange flavoring and sugar to make a great homemade sherbet. It's cool, creamy and you'll love every spoonful.


Looking for a refreshing dessert to satisfy those sweet tooths? Freeze...literally. There is nothing quite like gourmet orange sherbet. Enjoy this tropical blend that will have everybody wanting more. You'll love every spoonful.

Give your sherbet a cranberry kick. This ice cream-ish dream is a great hit for any seasonal occasion. And if you can't find fresh berries, opt for the frozen kind.

From baby showers to birthday parties, this fruity sherbet packs a sweet and delicious punch. The lemon-line soda gives lends this beverage a sparkling effect.


If you want a rainbow of fruit flavor, sink your teeth into this rainbow sherbet cake that's downright delicious. If you want a sweet treat that melts in your mouth, opt for this fun dessert.

You put the lime and the coconut together in this scrumptious sorbet that blends two incredible tastes. It's a delicate after-dinner dessert or a satisfying mid-afternoon snack.

Chill out with this pineapple-orange sorbet. This fruity sweet treat has to be frozen for a couple of hours -- so get started well ahead of time. It's a palate-pleasing dessert.

Talk about a great fruit! This sorbet is made from pink or red grapefruit. This citrus-infused sweet treat is the perfect way to fill up without filling out.

When you're watching your waistline, bypass high-fat, high-calorie treats like ice cream. Instead enjoy a cup of this homemade mango sorbet that's loaded with gourmet goodness.

Sorbet has a reputation for cleansing the palate after a meal. This recipe is no exception. If you're a fan of store-bought sorbet, you won't be able to resist the homemade version.

When the same old desserts become the pits, give this cherry sorbet with a lemon twist a try. It's a cherry good frozen treat, especially on a hot day.

Sometimes a low-sugar, rich dessert is all we need to keep on going! This is especially good come summertime when you're searching for a way to cool off.

A wonderful contrast of tangerine and pepper in a cold and creamy sorbet! Keep an order of this in your freezer to satisfy a sweet tooth.

Everybody should have a little passion in their lives, especially when we're talking about this sorbet.

This treat conjures up grand images of summertime. But buying using canned Bing cherries, enjoy this quick and easy sorbet year round.


I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. Unfortunately, it's a full-fat treat that's sweet on your lips but heavy on your hips. Why not sweeten the pot with a scintillating sorbet with papaya that's sure to bowl you over?

If you're a big fan of pears, you'll adore this sorbet that's smoother than any frozen treat you've ever tasted. No need to pear down on this decadent dessert.

This sorbet is magnificent and tastes like a fruit salad at its best. Choose from your favorite fruits and go to town.


When you want a dessert that's a real peach, this simple fix does the trick. It's homemade peach sorbet that you can prepare in a pinch. With a few simple ingredients, you'll have a world-class dessert on your hands. Dive in!

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