Quick Berry Cherry Sorbet Sundae

Sorbet after a run?  Yes, and it was perfect!  After all, what could be better after an 8 mile sweat fest in the hot sun than some cooling fruity goodness?!  Don't get me wrong, I love my runs even if they are trying to my mental toughness when it gets uncomfortable out, but I just think I deserve something good afterwards to cool off!  So I decided I wanted sorbet.  However I did not simply open my freezer, and scoop some out of a container that I bought at the store (since most of that stuff is not raw, and is filled with sugar).  I did however make myself some in less than 10 minutes and it was amazing.  

 I made two flavors, Strawberry Cherry and Black and Blueberry.  Just fresh fruit, and this is so simple, if you have a good blender, you can make it!  I layered the sorbets with more fresh fruit and it was simply delicious.  I felt like I was enjoying a beautiful dessert, but it took almost no time to make and it cooled me off and energized me too! Do yourself a favor and try it out!  Feel free to try out other fruit combinations as well from what you have on hand.

Quick Berry Cherry Sorbet Sundae
Serves 1-2

Strawberry Cherry Sorbet

1 large banana frozen and cut into pieces
1 cup frozen strawberries

1 cup frozen cherries
stevia to taste (or your choice liquid raw sweetener)

Black and Blueberry Sorbet
1 large banana, frozen and cut into pieces
1 cup frozen blackberries
1 cup frozen blueberries
stevia to taste (or your choice of liquid sweetener)

Fresh berries and cherries for topping

In a high speed blender, combine all ingredients for strawberry cherry sorbet and blend until smooth, using the tamper to press the mixture into the blades until all combined and thick. Place in a bowl in the freezer while you make the other sorbet.  
In a high speed blender, combine all ingredients for black and blueberry sorbet and blend until smooth, using the tamper to press the mixture into the blades until all combined and thick. Place in a bowl. Scoop the sorbets into serving bowls, top with the fresh berries and cherries and enjoy right away because they melt fast on a hot day!

*note, you can use a food processor if you do not have a high speed blender, but you will have to stop it and scrape it down and it will take a lot longer.




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