Dream Apple and Cinnamon Sorbet

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

I've done this sorbet with apples from the garden and it was delicious! You can use sweet of sour apples, the result will be very different.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Prepare your food processor.
  2. Add cinnamon, powdered sugar and apples cubes and pulse until the cubes are broken. It will look like crumbles.
  3. Add slowly the milk in small portions until it is smooth but still solid.
  4. Check the taste. If you want you can add more sugar.
  5. Have fun and enjoy it immediately!
  6. Note you can change the recipe adding honey instead of sugar or adding lemon juice. I like it with little marsala-wine too or why not with rum.
Most Helpful

I made a half amount for us using some Splenda in place of the sugar. This is SO easy! I prepared the apples and popped them into the freezer yesterday afternoon and just whizzed it up in the food pro when we were ready for dessert and a movie break last evening. I used beautiful Fuji apples to make this marvelous treat. Thanks so much for sharing this little wonder awalde.

Annacia September 01, 2011

Lovely. A slight spongy texture. I used fuji apples, creamed honey and some regular white sugar to be corn free, plus 2% milk. awalde gave me the idea to add a small addition of freshly ground cardamom but I wanted to make it as cinnamon on it's own to try the first time. She also graciously the apple carving link, http://garnishfood.blogspot.com/2009/08/how-to-make-apple-vase.html which I didn't incorporate this time as I didn't have the proper knife to do so. I may make this again and try with all honey and freshly squeezed lemon juice. Also would like to try with cardamom my favorite spice for sweets. Made for Please Review My Recipe: from 10 July 2011 ~

UmmBinat July 21, 2011

This was really good! I liked the consistency the milk gave, and I didn't have to add any more sugar, although I did add a bit more cinnamon.

Studentchef March 03, 2011

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