The flavor of this sorbet was really good, but it was SOOOO SWEET. I think next time I'll cut the sugar a bit. I served this semi hard over the top of vanilla ice cream instead of just eating it by itself and it was really great.
Incredible flavor-easy recipe! I simmered the blueberries in the simple syrup (I think this intensifies the flavor) before cooling it. Once cool I added the lemon juice and put it all in the blender. It froze to a great consistency in my ice cream maker and was a big hit with my family. My aunt said it was the best sorbet she has ever tasted!
This is amazing. I used brown sugar and fresh berries. My children had it for lunch and begged me to make more for dinner!
Perfect, light, fresh, and easy. My whole family loved it.
Wonderful! I don`t have an ice cream machine so I used my vita mix making 1/2 the amount. I placed the sugar and lemon juice in the blender and blended till sugar dissolved adding a couple tablespoon of cold water to get it going. Then I added frozen berries. And I had sorbet in no time. I had no cooking or waiting for the ice cream machine to do it job. I still have some in the freezer which I just got up and had a taste. Yummy, cool, refreshingly sweet. I can`t wait till tomorrow I think I`ll have it for breakfast! The picture was taken outdoors in 85 degrees with the grill going behind me! Thanks!
I made this exactly to the letter for my husband's birthday. I used my kitchen aid ice cream attachment. It took about 10 minutes to fully form. It's exactly what we wanted. I am going to blend this up with a little orange vodka for a tasty slushy drink, but it's great by itself!
I agree with Logically Locked...definitely too sweet. That may have been partially due to some amazingly sweet blueberries...the best Ive had in years. While it was churning I tasted it and decided to turn it into sherbet and cut the sweetness. I added about 1/3-1/2 cup of heavy cream and its awesome.