You are going to love how easy this vegan sorbet is to make. Full of fresh ripe juicy plums, you can taste the natural sweetness in every cold bite! This is a great plum sorbet recipe to make with the kids, it is naturally gluten free, dairy-free, paleo, and vegan!
Summer is still going strong and we are doing everything we can to keep cool! If you are looking for more delicious frozen recipes to help keep you cool, don’t forget to check out my best gluten free ice cream recipes!
Our tiny mighty plum tree is still going crazy. In case you missed my gluten free upside-down plum cake post talking about our plum tree. About 4 years ago I bought this tiny little fruit salad tree at the plant nursery and it has really taken off. Plums are nutritious and sweet, and the whole family loves them.
It produced fruit last year, but the pesky squirrels got almost all of the fruit. For some reason, it seems squirrels no longer want to steal our fruit. Yay for us, but now we have a LOT of tiny plums to use and give away. Please comment below with your favorite plum recipe ideas for me to make :-).
There are so many fun sorbet flavors to make, and I didn’t find many recipes out there for sorbets using plums…I decided to give it a try and wow, these sorbet flavors were incredible…like a party in my mouth!
Can this plum sorbet be made in a blender?
I always make my sorbets in my Vitamix, but you can also use a blender as well! Vitamix sorbet gets pretty creamy because of how finely it purees the fruits. If you want to see another delicious recipe, check out my Pineapple Sorbet recipe!!
Questions on how to make this vegan sorbet:
I am sure you have questions on how to make your own homemade sorbet. It is so easy and I love making my own because I can choose which ingredients to use.
Is sorbet dairy-free?
Yes!! Sorbet is dairy-free. Sorbet is dairy-free because it is made with just the fruit, sweetener, and water. (*Note, if sorbet has dairy it is considered a sherbet.)
What are some common sorbet ingredients?
Sorbet can have simple ingredients or more complicated depending on what you add. Most common, you will want ripe and sweet fresh fruit(s), a sweetener, and purified water. You can add an herb like peppermint leaves, flavors like vanilla or cardamom are also fun. Experiment and have fun!
How long do you freeze homemade sorbet?
After blending the sorbet puree, you will need to freeze it for 2-3 hours until it is frozen.
What sweeteners can you use to sweeten sorbet?
There are several ways to sweeten your sorbet. You can make your sorbet sugar-free by using a non-sugar sweetener. Unrefined sugar is better as it is low glycemic. You can use:
- Sugar (Make sure to melt sugar in hot water or it will make your sorbet gritty!)
- Maple Syrup
How to make vegan sorbet in a blender:
Add your chopped plums (PITS REMOVED!!), agave, and water to a Vitamix or blender. Puree until the mixture is liquid and frothy.
Pour the puree into a bread loaf tin (or another freezer safe container.) You do not need to put anything on the tin because it won’t stick to the sides. Freeze the sorbet for 2-3 hours until firm.
**TIP: cover the container with plastic wrap and then use a large rubber band to make the plastic wrap stay around the pan to prevent off-flavors from getting into your sorbet!
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How to make plum sorbet:
Note, you can use agave or honey to sweeten. The amount of sweetener will depend on how ripe and sweet your plums are. If you prefer to use water, use warm water to dissolve the sugar. There are affiliate links in my posts. This doesn't change the cost you pay for an item, it just means a tiny commission comes to Fearless Dining to help offset the costs of running this blog.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 8
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving:Calories: 59 Total Fat: 0g Saturated Fat: 0g Trans Fat: 0g Unsaturated Fat: 0g Cholesterol: 0mg Sodium: 1mg Carbohydrates: 15g Fiber: 1g Sugar: 13g Protein: 1g
Note, you can use agave or honey to sweeten. The amount of sweetener will depend on how ripe and sweet your plums are. If you prefer to use water, use warm water to dissolve the sugar.
There are affiliate links in my posts. This doesn't change the cost you pay for an item, it just means a tiny commission comes to Fearless Dining to help offset the costs of running this blog.