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These ninja creami sorbet recipes are healthy, easy, and incredibly delicious! It’s wonderful how the ninja creami machine can turn, basically a fruit smoothie into an ultra-smooth and creamy dessert that’s both healthy and delicious!
All of these ninja creami sorbet recipes are made with 3 ingredients and take only 5 minutes to prep. After waiting for them to freeze you’ll have a sweet and delicious treat that you won’t believe is healthy too!
Homemade sorbets are refreshing and fruity. They are the perfect way to cool down on hot summer days or whenever you are craving something sweet but don’t feel like baking or spending too much time in the kitchen.
For us, we really do find that the Ninja Creami ice cream machine is well worth the investment, especially if you are trying to eat healthier! Everyone can have fun making their own creations and it’s super easy to use.
I highly recommend grabbing a few extra freezer containers and lids, since you have to wait at least 24 hours for your sorbet to freeze before blending. This way you will be able to try more flavors at once!
Classic strawberry sorbet is made for hot summer days and every day in between! Fresh or frozen strawberries are mixed with bright and tangy lemon juice and cane sugar. After blending until smooth the mixture is frozen for 24 hours and then this fruit puree is blended in the Ninja creami into a very fruity sweet treat that everyone will love! Get the Strawberry Sorbet Recipe Here!
I made this recipe a true sorbet by not including any milk or cream. If you want it to be a little creamier, feel free to add 1 - 2 tablespoons of the milk or cream of your choice!
In my book, you really can’t go wrong with anything mango flavored and this Ninja creami mango sorbet is no exception! It’s sweet and incredibly rich in mango flavor, so it’s perfect for any mango-lover! This sorbet is made with 3 ingredients and because mango has a naturally creamy consistency it just makes this sorbet even better! Get the Mango Sorbet Recipe Here!
Mango goes so well with so many different flavors, switch things up by adding strawberries, bananas, or raspberries as well!
This peach sorbet is made with fresh peaches instead of canned peaches in syrup. You can use frozen peaches but there is nothing really like the taste of fresh peach sorbet! This dessert is so smooth and creamy and bursting with sweet peach flavor with a hint of lemon. Get the Peach Sorbet Recipe Here!
Of course, if it isn’t Peach season, frozen can work too! Since frozen peaches can sometimes have a weird flavor, I would HIGHLY recommend getting organic frozen peaches because they really do taste better than the non-organic varieties!
Switch up this peach sorbet by adding strawberries, raspberries, or blueberries to the mix for a different color and flavor!
Frequently asked questions
No, the ninja creami ice cream machine isn’t a blender and the blades aren’t sharp. If using frozen fruit make sure to thaw it for at least 30 minutes then blend it until smooth using a traditional blender. Otherwise, the frozen hard fruit can potentially damage the blades of your machine.
There might not have been enough sugar or sweetener in your recipe. Sugar really helps to soften your sorbet and make it creamier. I find that 4 tablespoons of sugar is sufficient for most sorbet recipes.
Also, check on your freezer settings. Your freezer might be running too cold, and in that case, try leaving your sorbet out on the counter for 5 - 10 minutes before enjoying it. Try respinning your sorbet with 1 - 2 tablespoons of fruit juice or heavy cream using the RESPIN button. Repeat until you reach your desired consistency and texture.
The long freezing time is to ensure that your dessert base is completely frozen. If it isn’t frozen your dessert won’t have the right texture or consistency and it can cause damage to your machine and possibly void your warranty.
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