BHG Delish Dish

Stirring Up Ideas In The Kitchen

Things are quickly heating up, so as we approach the end of July, I thought I’d help keep everyone a little cooler with this Raspberry Sorbet recipe that I tweaked for a Raspberry and Peach Sorbet.

I figured why not, especially since I saw the other variations at the bottom of the Raspberry Sorbet recipe from the test kitchen. They had raspberry and mango, along with raspberry and pineapple—both sounded equally good, but I had neither on hand. With that I used what I did have on hand: peaches.

If you find yourself in the same situation follow the test kitchen suggestion and omit lime peel and juice and replace the suggested fruit with what you have on hand. I used fresh peaches, not frozen and if you do the same, the sorbet may take 4 – 6 hours instead of 2 hours. Although keep in mind the freezing time also depends on how cold and how full your freezer is.

4 Responses to “ Raspberry Sorbet ”

  1. [...] If you do not have peaches readily available, use one that is and keep the ratio to two cups and follow the rest of the recipe.  Recipe adapted from Better Homes and Gardens [...]

  2. I don’t think the peach raspberry combination recipe is really clear. Could you please reprint the whole recipe? Thanx
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  3. I can’t find the recipe for peach-raspberry sorbet. Please reprint. Thanks

  4. Where’s the Raspberry sorbet recipe? I followed links here and no recipe.




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