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Easy Peasy Kiwi Sorbet 🥝 🥝 🥝
TOTALLY refreshing homemade FROZEN Summertime treats! My FAVORITE type because…well…I have major control issues 😳…I like to control the quality of ingredients that go into my family’s food! Maybe you too?!
Kiwis are an incredibly nutrient-dense fruit. They are a good source of fiber, full of antioxidants, and packed with vitamin C. Just 1 cup of kiwi provides around 270 percent of the daily recommended value of vitamin C.
🥝🥝🥝Bring it on!
I LOVE the bright addition of fresh lime to this recipe and I really think you’ll enjoy it! 🍋
The sweetness factor is such a PERSONAL preference, so please consider this when adding in the honey. If you typically do not like things overly sweet then add only 2 Tablespoons or skip the honey altogether. If you LOVE yo’ sweets, that’s ok – then you’ll likely want the 1/4 cup of raw honey as written in the recipe. 💁♀️ Also, super-ripe kiwis are quite sweet, whereas other kiwis are rather sour. Adjust sweetener as needed.
Go a step further and dust with a bit of lime zest, and garnish with lime wedges and fresh mint leaves! 🌱
- 15 ripe and juicy kiwis, peeled and cubed
- 1/4 cup raw honey
- 1 Tbsp fresh squeezed lime juice
- 1 tsp fresh lime zest
- 4-5 Tbsps unsweetened coconut milk or coconut water
Line one large (or 2 smaller) baking trays with parchment paper.
Peel your kiwis and chop them as shown, then arrange them in a single layer onto the prepared trays.
Freeze for at least 2 hours to overnight.
Place your frozen kiwi into a high-speed food processor or blender. Add in the honey, lime juice, zest, and coconut milk/water.
Start with less coconut water/milk, then slowly add more as you see necessary to get your sorbet blended into a smooth consistency.
Process until smooth. You’ll likely need to pulse and scrape down the sides with a spatula in between pulses.
If you like the soft-serve texture you can serve immediately.
Alternatively, transfer into a clean container and freeze for 2-3 hours for a firmer sorbet.
Stays good in the freezer for up to 2 weeks.