Recipe by Bergy
Thanks to my friend Ted here is a lite satisfying dessert that has great fresh flavor. Substitute any fruit that you want. The steps & ingredients are vague but I leave it up to you to satisfy your sweet tooth. I don't add any sweetener. The amount of milk used depends on the juiciness of the fruit .Enjoy without guilt! The number of servings depends on your craving.
Top Review by ladypit
This is a very nice lite dessert. It is time consuming and can be messy, but is worth it. I used a bag of frozen strawberries and a bag of frozen blackberries that I had defrosted in the microwave. Then I added a frozen banana (still frozen) and some splenda. I ended up using about a cup of skim milk. After it had been frozen for the first time it was labor intensive to whir in the food processor. I had to do it in batches and as it defrosted a bit it got messy. But then I refroze it. To serve I took chunks out (I froze it in a freezer plastic bag and hit it against the counter to break off chunks) and put them through the food processor because I prefered that texture. It looks grainy in the food processor, but once you put it in a bowl and it starts to melt a bit, it is a nice sorbet-ish texture. Thanks!
- 4 cups strawberries
- 1 banana
- 1 -2 cup skim milk
- Splenda sugar substitute or other artificial sweetener
Directions See How It's Made
- In a blender or food processor blend the banana& strawberry until smooth.
- Slowly add just enough milk to have a smooth but still thick consistency.
- Add enough sweetener for your taste of sweet flavor.
- Remove and cut into chunks.
- Whip until smooth.
- Cover and refreeze.
- Serve with fresh fruit or on it's own.