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I have made this sorbet at least three times. It was very good as written, but the lemon did add a bit too much tang for me. Now when I make this I add the juice from one half of a LIME, omitting the lemon... to me, the flavor is now closer to fresh watermelon. DELICIOUS, especially on those hot summer days.
I made this using 1/2 cup of light corn syrup instead of the sugar and water! So much easier! This tasted great! I think I'll add 1 tablespoon of vodka to the mix next time...it keeps the sorbet from freezing rock solid in the freezer! I'm adding my photo!
i made mine with splenda and it was just as good and lower in calories :)
I used a ginger syrup and the finished product was gone in a flash!
Very good. Will make with splenda next time.
This recipe is absolutely fantastic! It tastes like a watermelon jolly rancher. Super easy to make, and even easier to eat!
This Watermelon Sorbet was great tasting. Did not think the lemon juice was overwhelming. I used a Splenda/sugar combination which made it healthier. It was gone as soon as we tried it. Thanks.
This was awesome sorbet - the best I've evr had. I read some of the reviews that said it was too lemony, so I used 1/8 c lemon juice and 1/8 c pineapple juice. Now if I could just figure out a way to mix in some vodka I'd be in business......
This is a great recipe. I made it several times. I add 2 Tbs of cassis liqueur. Allways a hit. Thank you.
I actually made this without an ice cream maker--I froze the fruit first, then blended it with the chilled syrup (which I made with Splenda, so it was no sugar added!). After blending the fruit and syrup, I let the mixture freeze in a container, and to eat after it was frozen, I let it thaw for about 20 minutes and chopped up enough to eat for the moment. In addition to the lemon juice, I added a couple squirts of lime juice for extra zing. This turned out so well, and the flavor was absolutely fabulous! Thank you for a great dessert or mid-day snack that I don't feel guilty about!