Light, simple, just one ingredient and so, so good. Make this apple cider sorbet sooner rather than later.
This refreshing Watermelon and Lime Sorbet is super easy to make and you only need 2 ingredients for this sweet summer dessert.
Grapes are totally delicious on their own, but if you are looking for a special treat, roast them and turn them into a delicious and refreshing grape sorbet.
Refresh with a scoop of this easy, two-ingredient spring strawberry sorbet that pairs perfectly with a glass of Pinot Grigio on the back porch.
Half-cocktail, half-desert, totally delicious.
A delicious, bubbly, and fruity celebration cocktail fit for a toast.
Creamy avocado sorbet is easy to recreate all summer long. Without a bit of dairy, this sweet treat, made with berry jam if desired, is rich a delightful.
With just three simple ingredients, you can create a rich, but dairy-free, chocolate sorbet that is sure to cool you down and satisfy your cocoa cravings.
Cooked pears are combined with vanilla beans and lemon juice for a pure, satisfying flavor that does not overpower.
Turn your favorite summertime coffee into a super simple spiked Iced Coffee Granita dessert recipe perfect for easy entertaining.
When in season, plums are delicious just like the are. However, to get in the summer spirit, we challenge you to a simply sweet plum granita.
Make your own ice bowls for your next cold dish. They are so easy to form and stunning when filled with bright berry sorbet.
Popsicles are one of the easiest summer treats to make. Dipped in dark chocolate and pistachios, these dairy-free popsicles are satisfying and delicious.
Use your older bananas as a base for this smooth, rich sorbet. With no dairy, you won’t feel like you are missing a thing with this cold treat.
Lychee and rosewater sorbet is a beautiful gluten and dairy-free treat.
This flavor works well even with underripe pears — you just have to poach them a bit longer.
The real surprise in making this sorbet is how insanely amazing strawberries and cantaloupe taste together. The combination is almost watermelon-like.
Most of the time spent making this treat is stress-free, within hours you could be enjoying this with your friends over white wine on your rooftop terrace.
Since sorbet isn’t ice cream, it’s basically diet food, right?
This sorbet is delicious, it is creamy, soft, tender and citrusy with little bits of ginger and little strands of orange kumquat zest.
It is said that the best Italian chefs are those born in the kitchen watching the family cooking.
Reena Pastakia shows us her amazing blackberry sorbet recipe.
Switch out the Roman Raspberry for another fruity sorbet to go in this salty-sweet sandwich.
A refreshing cucumber sorbet recipe from Alisha Randell. Also featuring apple and white tea, it works just as well as a refreshing drink.
Usually the reasons why a gelateria is considered unforgettable is not related to its sorbets. Via de Gracchi is an exception to that rule.
How about a serving of Europe’s smoothest ice cream in perfectly paired flavors, served freshly made to order?
This beautiful strawberry sorbet is a delicious and easy everyday treat.
Sorbet is a lower fat alternative to ice cream and makes a super simple refreshing dessert or snack.
To get through the hot summer days without melting completely, Sarah Kenney keeps cool with this cookie accompanied berry sorbet.
These lovely fresh raspberry yoghurt popsicles are the perfect snack for hot summer days.
Time to chill out and chill yourself with a lovely refreshing watermelon strawberry granita.
In the northern hemisphere people are celebrating the arrival of summer. The month of June in particular is time to celebrate Fathers Day, graduations and for many the end of the school year.
This dish is a refreshing way to start and end your summer.
What is not to love about cherries? They are pretty, delicious, healthy, and lend themselves well to so many dishes, particularly desserts.