Strawberry Lime Sorbet
My birthdays have finally caught up with me and I've had to face the tough reality that my vision is no longer what it used to be. I've been living in denial for quite a while now. I've used glasses for my near sightedness for years but now that I'm 47, apparently I'm both near sighted AND far sighted! I'm not even sure how it's even possible to not be able to see near OR far.
Growing older may equate to deteriorating eye sight but I feel like with each passing year, my taste buds have become proportionally more intense. Maybe my sense of taste is compensating for my declining eye sight. Ten years ago, I would have never been able to pick up on the subtlety of a shitake mushroom, truffle oil or an aged gruyere in a risotto dish. To be honest, I'm really not sure that I would have even eaten a risotto dish a few years ago.
There are a lot of downsides to maturity and I won't go into that lengthy list, but I do seem to gain a new appreciation for food with each trip that I make around the sun. I'll hold onto each and every advantage that there is to getting older. I love that the flavor of fruit seems more intense than it did when I was younger. Herbs are more vivid and vegetables more crisp. I can truly appreciate a really great 3 ingredient dessert like Strawberry Lime Sorbet now, even more than ever before.
Strawberries, limes and sugar is all it takes to make this really sweet and delicious frozen treat. This sorbet is absolutely bursting with fresh flavor. You NEED to try this.
Puree ingredients in blender.
I've love this Strawberry Lime Sorbet so much that I've made it multiple times this summer already. I can tell you from experience that it's equally delicious if you swap out the sugar for TruVia sweetener. I keep a container of the stevia sweetened strawberry lime sorbet in my freezer for nights when I crave a little dessert but don't want the extra calories and sugar. It's REALLY good.
7/9/2018 05:24:36 pm
I do not have an ice cream freezer. Is there another way to freeze the luscious mix? LYF
10/3/2018 09:15:23 am
My son loves fresh strawberries. The only problem is we live fifteen hours away from the nearest strawberry farm. He had been obsessed with strawberries way back when he was still a toddler and just looking at it from pictures. We thought it's cute. I only wish he picks something native to where we are staying so he won't be frustrated when he can't get served right away. It can be frustrating for me too. I feel he is subconsciously telling us that we should move to a better place, maybe near where we can get strawberries. Maybe we should be in this kind of business.
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