You’re going to love my flavor-packed Two-Ingredient Mixed Berry Sherbet. This sherbet is creamy, sweet, and filled with fresh berries. It’s the perfect cold treat for summer.
When the summer heat rolls around, all I want is some air conditioning and a cold confection. Who else is with me?
My Two-Ingredient Mixed Berry Sherbet is just the treat you need this summer. Made with real berries, this sherbet is packed with vitamins, minerals, fiber, and most importantly – fresh flavor!
I love using fresh fruits in my recipes whenever possible. While I used store bought frozen fruit (a mix of raspberries, blackberries, and blueberries), this is a fantastic recipe for your summer fruit haul as well.
If you have leftover fresh fruits you’d like to use in this recipe, simply lay them out on a sheet pan, freeze, and pour into a freezer bag until ready to use.
You don’t need a fancy or expensive blender to whip up some sherbet of your own. You don’t want to overwork your blender, so I suggest adding all of your sweetened condensed milk and a portion (try about 1/4 at first) of the frozen berries.
Once blended, continue adding berries until it’s completely incorporated and smooth.
Fresh out of the blender, your sherbet will have the consistency of a soft-serve ice cream. Feel free to enjoy as is, but it will melt quickly. If you can wait a few hours, your sherbet will have a frozen and scoopable consistency that’s perfect for ice cream cones or a sundae.
Two-Ingredient Mixed Berry Sherbet
- 14 ounces sweetened condensed milk
- 16 ounces mixed berries frozen
- In a blender, add sweetened condensed milk. Add 1/4 of berries and blend until smooth. Repeat until all berries have been incorporated.
- Pour into a container, seal, and freeze for 4-5 hours or until frozen. Serve and enjoy.