Delicious Orange Sherbet (No Ice Cream Machine)

"this is so good and no ice cream machine needed! :)"
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Ready In:




  • In a saucepan bring 1 cup water and sugar to a boil stirring frequently.
  • Boil for 1 minute or until the sugar is completely dissolved.
  • Remove from heat then stir in the thawed orange juice concentrate, lemon juice and remaining 2 cups water.
  • Transfer to a freezer-safe bowl mixing.
  • Cover and freeze until semi-frozen but still a mixable consistency.
  • Remove from freezer then using an electric mixer beat until blended, then add in the cream and beat until combined.
  • Cover and return to the freezer until solid.
  • Remove about 12-15 minutes before scooping out of the bowl.

Questions & Replies

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  1. Heather K.
    Hi well looked to try and find recipe for pineapple wipp


  1. anniesnomsblog
    We don't get orange sherbet here, but I've always been intrigued by it and wanted to make it myself. So glad I did as this is awesome and so easy to make! It tastes really refreshing and is just perfect on a warm, sunny afternoon!
  2. Christina M.
    I just tried making this yesterday w/a different flavored concentrate juice, it was orange, pineapple & passionfruit flavor. I followed the rest of the recipe EXACTLY & it came out like a sorbet, not anything like sherbert. When I was making it I kept thinking to myself, "how is only 1/2 cup of half & half going to make ALL of this liquid creamy like sherbert?" I should've listened to my gut cuz it didn't turn out right? Very disappointed!! The flavor of the concentrate is great, I don't think it needs as much simple syrup, as the concentrate itself is sweet. Whomever is reading this, if you're looking for a creamy sherbert like at the store, you need more than what this recipe suggests!!
  3. candy 7
    Amazing! Tasted great and was very easy.I agree that it has a very strong orange taste, I think I may add a little more cream and mix it again in kitchen aid mixer.I am going to try it with some lemonade concentrate that we have sitting in the freezer.Thanks for a great recipe the whole family loved it ..even the dogs!
  4. padayagain
    I haven't made this yet but I would suggest that you could use any flavor of frozen juice, lemonade, grape, peach, etc. The recipe sounds great and super simple.
  5. Chef 994175
    This tasted more like frozen orange juice than sherbet. It needs more sugar and more milk. The orange taste is too strong.



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