Strawberry Margarita Sorbet

Total Time
Prep 10 mins
Cook 0 mins

Another goodie from my gourmet aunt! Sooo good on a hot summer night, Valentine's dinner, or brunch. Prep time does not include chilling syrup or using ice-cream maker, as that varies.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Dissolve sugar into water; cool.
  2. Puree strawberries in blender.
  3. Mix in lime, tequilla, and Triple Sec.
  4. Stir sugar syrup into fruit mixture.
  5. Refrigerate until well-chilled.
  6. Finish in ice-cream maker, according to model directions.


Most Helpful

Ooooooh yeah, so tasty! My ice cream maker died (I tested it just before putting this in, motor sounds but no turning), so I just put it in the freezer. I should have put it in a pan (see Funandsweet623 review) because it took FOREVER to freeze/set in a tall cylinder. I used frozen strawberries to cool the simple syrup so this was pretty cold when I put it in the freezer. It needed about 4 hours in the freezer before I could call it a sorbet with a straight face. I used 6 Tbs lime juice and HALF the alcohol (3 Tbs tequila and 2 Tbs triple sec) because I put this in a pretzel crust (recipe #131126) and served it to family including children.

The smell was perfect for a strawberry margarita, with the lime and tequila fragrance! The taste sent us all back for more (no pie leftovers) ... and I'm glad there was more than would fit in a pie shell because I just snuck to the freezer for another cool, refreshing "sample"! Yum.

nethope November 26, 2010

I got this exact recipe from Ladies Home Journal about 5 years ago. It is so yummy. But you don't have to use an ice cream maker (I didn't have one) you can freeze it in a pan and just stir it ever hour until it is done.

Funandsweet623 March 11, 2009

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