Blenders have a way of getting noticed. No matter what my kids happen to be doing in the house, if they hear the blender start up they will soon make their way to the kitchen to check it out. When they find this No Dairy Strawberry Banana Sorbet is the source of all that noise, they are never disappointed. It is healthy, quick and easy to make, but that’s not all! This recipe is a great solution for using up fresh fruit before it goes bad.
Don’t you hate spending money on fresh fruit just to watch it go bad before you can use it? Keeping fresh fruit in the house can be challenging. Either we don’t buy enough and it’s gone super fast or we buy too much and it goes bad before we can eat it. When you notice the fruit starting to over-ripen, go ahead and freeze it. Before freezing, be sure to remove the stems and wash the strawberries and peel the bananas.
3 Ingredient No Dairy Strawberry Banana Sorbet
You only need 3 ingredients for this sorbet: strawberries, bananas, and sugar.
If you don’t want to add any sugar, substitute your favorite sweetener.
Wash strawberries, remove the stems and place in freezer.
Peel bananas and place in freezer. Bananas are almost impossible to peel after they are frozen, so be sure you remove the peel before freezing.
Place frozen fruit in the blender. Sprinkle with sugar or sweetener.
Use the pulse setting on your blender to mix until it reaches the consistency of ice cream.
Serve immediately & enjoy!
- 1 lb Strawberries, frozen
- 4 small Bananas, peeled and frozen
- 2 Tbs Sugar or Sweetener
- Wash strawberries, remove stems and place in the freezer.
- Peel bananas and place in the freezer.
- When fruit is totally frozen, cut bananas in 1-inch chunks and place in the blender with strawberries.
- Blend using the pulse setting on your blender until it reaches the consistency of ice cream.
May strawberries and bananas never ever go bad at your house again!