Two ingredient Strawberry Grape Sorbet.
Strawberry grape sorbet via JennySheaRawn.com
Made by blending frozen organic strawberries and Welch’s 100% Grape Juice in a blender or your Magic Bullet.

So very simple. So very pretty. And so very summery sweet – naturally.

Strawberry grape sorbet via JennySheaRawn.com
Frozen fruit is always a staple in our freezer. Frozen wild blueberries, mango chunks, raspberries and strawberries are stacked on our freezer shelves for adding sweetness, nutrients and flavor to smoothies, muffins and breads and over top ice cream. And, recently, we’ve been loving frozen fruit blended simply with 100% fruit juice and sometimes a splash of water to make refreshing and gorgeous sorbet.

As most of you know, normally I am a chocolate girl. But fruit, juices and fruit flavored everything have been my dessert of choice as of late – thanks to this little boy on the way. Since store bought sorbets are typically loaded with added sugar and since this sorbet is so simple and quick to make, I’ve been blending up my own frozen fruit creations. Sometimes with fresh herbs, like mint, in this baby blueberry lemon and mint sorbet.

This strawberry grape sorbet can be spooned and enjoyed right out of the blender or frozen and saved for later in freezer safe single-serve containers. We’ve been doing both often and now this homemade sorbet has become a staple in our house. And it’s perfect for this month’s Recipe ReDux theme of DIY Kitchen Essentials: What favorite kitchen staples do you now make from scratch – but in the past you purchased? Show us your best DIY recipe for keeping cupboards, fridge or freezer stocked with healthy basics.
Strawberry grape sorbet via JennySheaRawn.com

Here’s how to make this simple sorbet:

Strawberry Grape Sorbet

Serves: 2

Time: 3 minutes

Ingredients:

  • Frozen organic strawberries
  • 3/4 – 1 cup Welch’s grape juice (you could also use 1/2 juice 1/2 water if you prefer)

Directions: combine ingredients in blender. Serve immediately or place in freezer safe container and freeze. When ready to serve, let soften a bit first, then scoop and serve.

Disclosure: I received a goody bag with Welch’s products to experiment with. I was not compensated for my time and all opinions are my own.

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