Strawberry Sorbet

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Refreshing strawberry sorbet is sure to be your new favorite summer dessert. The keto friendly treat is just as healthy as it is tasty. This simple recipe calls for only three ingredients, including real strawberries.

Low Carb Strawberry Sorbet Ingredients

  • 12 ounces frozen strawberries
  • 1/3 cup sugar free strawberry syrup or powdered erythritol
  • 2 tablespoons lime juice
  • 2 tablespoons water
  • pinch of salt

Strawberry Sorbet Directions

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Keto Sorbet Recipe

digging into a pint of strawberry sorbet with a spoon

This strawberry sorbet is a lovely low carb treat to enjoy on a hot day. It boasts a delicious fruity flavor that is sure to curb your cravings for traditional ice cream varieties. Sorbet also contains no dairy, allowing the delectable dish to be vegan-friendly. This frozen dessert is crafted using three key ingredients: lime juice, sugar-free sweetener, and strawberries. We used frozen strawberries for this recipe but feel free to incorporate fresh strawberries if you have any on hand for an even more prominent flavor. The lime juice just adds a little zing to the strawberry sorbet; however, if you don’t have lime juice, lemon juice can be used instead.

This fun and easy-to-make keto sorbet is an essential dish for anyone looking for a guilt-free way to satisfy their sweet tooth. And one of the best parts, it’s a no-churn fruit sorbet recipe! You don’t have to drag out your ice cream maker. All you do is blend in your blender or food processor to make the strawberry puree base for the sorbet.

an ice cream container with melting strawberry sorbet inside

What is Sorbet?

Sorbets are frozen desserts made entirely of sweetened water and fruit. It is often churned in the same way as standard ice cream varieties to make it easy to scoop and serve. This refreshing dairy free treat boasts a high vitamin C content and immune-boosting antioxidants depending on the type of fruit featured.

This delightful dish has a pretty fascinating history. There is evidence of the first sorbet recipe dating back to the first century Rome and Persia. Although, there have been several alternate origin stories that scholars debate today. Its name derives from the Italian word “sorbetto,” referring to the dessert crafted by Antonio Lantini. Sorbet is also often called an “Italian ice” or “water ice” due to its roots in Naples, Italy.

Is Sorbet Keto?

Traditional sorbets are not considered keto-friendly. Many store-bought varieties contain artificial sweeteners and fruits with high sugar contents, such as cherries or oranges. Therefore, making your own batch at home is best to ensure all the ingredients featured align with your keto diet.

Luckily, our easy keto recipe incorporates a low-carb simple syrup that does not contain sugar by the brand ChocZero. In addition, the sugar-free sorbet also features a ketogenic diet approved fruit, strawberries.

scooping red strawberry sorbet with a spoon with sliced strawberries near

What is the Difference Between Ice Cream and Sorbet?

Both sorbet and ice cream are delicious frozen treats. Although, both delicacies are different in terms of taste, texture, and preparation. For starters, sorbet is completely dairy-free whereas most ice cream varieties contain eggs and dairy in their recipes. It is also much higher in fat than sorbet. On the other hand, ice cream is an excellent (and tasty) source of calcium.

Ice cream, especially store-bought types, boast high amounts of carbohydrates and sugars. If you are looking for a low-carb alternative, check out our incredible creamy vanilla ice cream recipe. Although, please note certain store-bought brands of sorbet can even contain more sugar than ice cream. Be sure to carefully check the label before purchasing or make your own version at home!

Are Strawberries Keto?

Yes! Strawberries are one of the few fruits approved for the ketogenic diet. The fiber-packed fruit only contains approximately 12 grams of carbs. Strawberries also boast 8.7 grams of net carbs, one of the lowest out of most keto-friendly fruits. Therefore, feel free to indulge in your favorite red fruit without any guilt.

If you are a big fan of strawberries, we recommend taking a look at some of our other recipes containing the fruit. A few of our favorites include these keto strawberry lemonade popsicles and our keto version of the iconic strawberry shortcake.

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  1. If the sorbet recipe were to be used to make popsicle bars instead would you use a little less liquid or a little more?

    1. Probably a little more liquid so they would pour into the mold better, but this should work even as written if you are able to spoon the mixture into the mold.

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