raspberry peach lemonade sorbet

This recipe is sponsored by Florida’s Natural. All opinions are my own. “Thank you for continuing to support the brands that make Eat Good 4 Life possible” 

One of my favorite things to do on hot summer days is make frozen desserts. There is nothing like making your own sweet treats and having them on demand, ready to go in your freezer. My latest go-to? This Raspberry Peach Lemonade Sorbet, which is just perfect for the hot days ahead.

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This sorbet takes literally 5 minutes to prepare, which is made easy by using Florida’s Natural Lemonade as the base, a much easier alternative to simple syrup. Fresh raspberries, peaches and a touch of maple syrup is all you need to make this recipe.

You don’t even need an ice cream maker! Just mix all the ingredients together and let sit for 2-3 hours in the freezer. Then, it is ready to eat.

As I mentioned, for this recipe, I used Florida’s Natural® Lemonade with Raspberry & Peach. You can find Florida’s Natural Lemonade in six delicious flavors: traditional Lemonade, Lemonade with Pomegranate, Lemonade with Strawberry, Lemonade with Raspberry & Peach, Lemonade with Blackberry and Lemonade Iced Tea. Whatever flavor you choose, all of Florida’s Natural Lemonades offer a refreshing great taste. They are never concentrated and have no artificial ingredients or preservatives.

Plus, when you buy Florida’s Natural Lemonades, you’re helping to support Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation, which funds childhood cancer research. An even sweeter reason to sip!

Making your own sorbet is fun and easy and it can certainly be made in a flash. Homemade varieties taste way better than store bought with no thickeners, stabilizers and nonsense ingredients. I hope you venture out and make your own. You surely won’t be disappointed.

I hope you get to try this raspberry peach lemonade sorbet. It is one of a kind.

Enjoy!

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raspberry peach lemonade sorbet

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 6 servings

Total Time: 5 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 1 lb fresh organic raspberries
  • 2 cups Florida’s Natural® Lemonade with Raspberry & Peach
  • 4 large peaches, peeled and cut into chunks.
  • 1/4 cup maple syrup, optional

Directions:

Place all the ingredients in your blender and blend until smooth.

Once the mixture has reached your desired consistency, place in a safe freezer container for about 2-3 hours before serving.



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8 comments

  1. This cheesecake looks absolutely perfect… So true, at Cheesecake factory that I once visited in Boston, I bought one piece of cheesecake and we ate the half… And we were two! There is no way I can finish a piece of that! The taste was good tough! Anyway, I much prefer your version!

  2. I actually loveeeeeee the chocolate raspberry cheesecake at CCF… I also love the Pumpkin Cheesecake once it is in season. OMG and the banana too. As you can tell I have no self control, but I can’t eat the whole thing, definitely need to share at 600 calories a slice.

    Your version looks insanely tasty and so pretty Miryam. Very nice job!

  3. Miryam, this is the cheesecake of my dreams! You totally hit it out of the park with this one. I’d love to try it for myself this summer! I’m so looking forward to meeting you at the Ziplist dessert party tomorrow, too.

  4. I’ve wanted to make a cheesecake for a long time, but have been put off by the calories. I will try this one for sure, it looks really nice too with the piped border. Thanks!

  5. Raspberries on the bottom, too?! Yum. This looks amazing. Great ingredient list!

    I’ve never been to Cheesecake Factory. I feel like I’m missing out. :(

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