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Those boxes of ice cream at the store are so darn expensive! If they’re bars you only get 4 if you’re lucky, if its a pint it’s gone in a flash. Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to make them at home. Uh, you can!
This raspberry sorbet is icy, refreshing and the perfect end to any meal. You don’t even need a machine! Whip this stuff up in 5 minutes flat and scoop some tiny balls of it into a fancy glass. You and your family will feel like you’re at a posh restaurant. You can also get a few giant scoops and indulge without any guilt at all. Homemade is best made, right?
If you’re not a fan of raspberries you can use any berry really, Read on to find out how easy this truly is to make. You can feel proud of eating and serving something that has no additives and keeps all the flavor.
Recipe and photo courtesy of Bigger Bolder Baking.
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Quick Tip: Use any fruit, just be aware the more water content, the harder it will freeze.