Two-Ingredient Mixed Berry Sherbet is creamy, sweet, and filled with fresh berries. It's the perfect cold treat for summer, and all you'll need is a blender!
This mixed berry sherbet is just the treat you need for 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.
All you'll need for this recipe is a can of sweetened condensed milk and frozen berries.
Using fresh fruit
If you have fresh fruits you'd like to use in this recipe, you're welcome to do so.
Simply lay your clean fruit (with stems or greens removed) out on a sheet pan lined with parchment paper and freeze for up to four hours. Then, pour your frozen fruit into a freezer bag until ready to use.
Using other fruits
The great part about making your own sherbet is that you can use any frozen fruits you have on hand. Try using strawberries, mangoes, or pineapple instead.
Blending your sherbet
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 (about ¼) of the frozen berries.
Once blended, continue adding berries until it's completely incorporated and smooth.
Freezing your sherbet
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.
Pour your sherbet into a freezer safe container that seals tightly. Freezer for up to 4-5 hours, or until your desired consistency.
Two-Ingredient Mixed Berry Sherbet
- 14 ounce can sweetened condensed milk
- 16 ounces mixed berries frozen
- In a blender, add sweetened condensed milk. Add ¼ 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.
- Fresh out of the blender, your sherbet will have the consistency of a soft-serve ice cream. It will melt quickly!
- Mixed berries can be substituted with mangoes, strawberries, or pineapple.
- Your sherbet will keep for 2 to 3 months when stored in a tightly sealed container in the freezer.