This cold and fruity 3 ingredient pineapple sorbet will keep you cool all summer long. Ready in just minutes with your Vitamix!
It is summertime!
What better way to celebrate than with a cold fruity pineapple sorbet? This easy vegan pineapple sorbet has only 3 ingredients and is a delicious healthy treat.
If you are like me, you don’t want to use your oven on hot days. It heats up the whole house. Ice cream and sorbets are so easy to make…and most can be made without even using your stove!
School is out and our pool is getting plenty of use. Our pool isn’t huge, I think we can fit 7-8 kids with floats at one time….but it gets the job done and cools everyone off nicely. Give the kids squirt guns in the pool and it is an all out battle for pool supremacy!
This sorbet is dairy free, gluten free…and is also paleo since I used a tablespoon of honey to sweeten it. (*Note my pineapple was ripe, not but as sweet as I expected. If you have a really sweet pineapple, you won’t have to sweeten with honey.)
You can also serve this up in bowls.
To make this, I put pineapple (without the core), lime juice, water and a little honey (as mentioned above) into my Vitamix.
I blended this until it was liquid. Pour into a bread loaf tin and freeze. You can also follow Vitamix directions to make this frozen treat in just minutes by adding ice to your Vitamix Blender.
That is it, super easy!
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Easy 3 Ingredient Pineapple Sorbet
- 1 pineapple rind and core removed
- 1/3 cup water
- 2 teaspoons fresh lime juice
Add fruit, water, and lime juice into a Vitamix or blender.
Mix until it's liquid.
Pour into a freezer safe dish.
(I used a metal loaf pan)
Freeze for 2-3 hours until frozen.
If it is too hot to use your oven, here are a few other no-bake treats you can make:
Why not create a fun topping bar for ice cream or popsicles?