Melt away midterm stress: A refreshing and easy fruit sorbet recipe

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The last couple of days in Berkeley have been relatively hot and left me craving some frozen yogurt or a popsicle to cool off. Even when it’s not sunny outside, you still might feel the need to have something sugary to satisfy your sweet tooth. Well, look no further. We at the Clog have come up with something that not only will please your taste buds, but also requires minimum effort from your end! This fresh fruit sorbet recipe also doesn’t use any added sugars — all the more reason for you to try it out!


  • 2 cups of fresh fruit

You can replace fresh fruit with frozen or overripe fruit. Sorbets are extremely versatile, so you can try this method using any of your favorite fruit, be it bananas, strawberries, raspberries, peaches, kiwis, watermelon or pineapple!


Cut the fruit of your choice evenly into medium-sized cubes and spread them on a tray lined with parchment paper, so the fruit doesn’t stick to the tray when frozen. Leave the tray with the fruit cubes in the freezer until completely frozen. Now, blend the frozen fruit into a homogeneous, smooth mixture using a food processor or blender. Your sorbet is now ready!

There you have it! You get the best of both worlds with this refreshing sorbet that ensures you’re eating your fruit while also retaining its flavor and sweetness. So what are you waiting for? Time to cut up some fruit and throw it into the freezer to blend!

Contact Nandita Radhakrishnan at [email protected].