Pb & J Sorbet- Strawberry Style

I had an intense craving for sorbet the other night. There was a HUGE sale on strawberries and I picked up about 5lbs. What to do with 5lbs of strawberries?? I present you with PB & J Sorbet!

Ingredients:

1 lb. Stawberries- Washed & hulled

1 Tbsp. Fresh Lemon juice

1/3 cup.  Homemade Peanut butter – or your fave store bought.

¼ cup Splenda or sugar

¼ cup Water

In a small sauce pot over medium heat make a simple syrup by adding sugar

and water

stirring until sugar is completely dissolved.

Let sugar water boil for about 1 minute.

Remove from heat and transfer to a heat safe container.

Chill in refrigerator until completely chilled.

While the simple syrup is chilling add washed and hulled strawberries

to food processer/blender.

Transfer to a stainless steel bowl.

Add lemon juice to strawberry puree and stir well.

Stir in the Peanut Butter

Add chilled simple syrup to strawberry mixture  and cover with plastic wrap and freeze for at least 3 hours or until the sorbet has had time to freeze through.

Set out and allow it to thaw slightly.

Add back to food processor/blender and puree again.

Transfer sorbet back to stainless steel bowl, cover and freeze again.

Once sorbet has frozen completely, serve and …

 

ENJOY!!!

Ingredients:

1 lb. Stawberries- Washed & hulled

1 Tbsp. Fresh Lemon juice

1/3 cup.  Homemade Peanut butter – or your fave store bought.

¼ cup Splenda or sugar

¼ cup Water

In a small sauce pot over medium heat make a simple syrup by adding sugar and water and stirring until sugar is completely dissolved.

Let sugar water boil for about 1 minute.

Remove from heat and transfer to a heat safe container.

Chill in refrigerator until completely chilled.

While the simple syrup is chilling add washed and hulled strawberries to food processer/blender.

Transfer to a stainless steel bowl.

Add lemon juice to strawberry puree and stir well.

Stir in the Peanut Butter.

Add chilled simple syrup to strawberry & lemon juice mixture cover with plastic wrap and freeze for at least 3 hours or until the sorbet has had time to freeze through.

Set out and allow it to thaw slightly.

Add back to food processor/blender and puree again.

Transfer sorbet back to stainless steel bowl, cover and freeze again.

Once sorbet has frozen completely, serve and …

ENJOY!!!

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22 Responses to Pb & J Sorbet- Strawberry Style

  1. Kathy says:

    This looks delicious! Your pictures are great too. Welcome to the blogging community! Looks like you’re off to a great start. Thanks for the like on my blog. I look forward to reading more…

  2. lovemcr says:

    This looks so good! Also, thank you for the like on my blog. Hopefully will see more of your posts soon!

  3. Wow!! I bet it is as delicious as it looks!!

  4. Pics are fab! I get strawberry (yum!).

    Some of us non-Statesiders so don’t get PB&J, though. PB – check. J – check. Together – why, why, why???

  5. Kelly says:

    Such gorgeous pictures, this looks fantastic! Fabulous blog you have, so glad to be your newest follower! xoxo

  6. Adrienne says:

    Wow, I would think sorbet would be more difficult to make! Thanks for the recipe. It looks very tasty!!

  7. Christine says:

    Insane! I just have to try it!

  8. sweetttttttt….. stuff … i like =)

  9. You definitely changed the whole thought I had on sorbets with this post-amazing blend. I have never even seen a two flavor sorbet and the PB in there, very creative. I like all these PB posts, keep them coming! Have a great weekend!

  10. This is so healthy and delicious – the perfect kick to a hot summers day without the expanding waistline :D

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru
    Latest: Two Twix Fudgy Whities

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