During the warmer months in Canada ice cream is my go-to but if you’re looking for something sweet, refreshing and icy, I stir things up with this Cherry NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea Sorbet recipe.
Sorbet Vs. Sherbet
Curious to know the difference between sorbet and sherbet? One is icy in texture, and the other is creamy. Sherbets contain milk or a dairy-free fat alternative such as coconut milk. Sorbets are fruit based and can be made with any fruit as the base.
Cherry NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea Sorbet Recipe
Let’s Stir Things Up using Nestea Lemon Iced Tea Powder in a simple Sorbet recipe.
What you need:
- 2 cups of frozen Cherries
- 1/4 cup NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea powder
- 1/2 cup of water
Toss all the ingredients into a high-powered blender and blend until combined. Scoop into small bowls and enjoy. We easily had enough for our whole family of six to enjoy a scoop each for a refreshing afternoon treat. If you have extra Sorbet fill a freezer friendly dish and freeze for later. Enjoy!
Stir Things Up
- You could easily make this recipe into a dairy-free sherbet by replacing the 1/2 cup of water with 1/2 cup of coconut milk.
- Try replacing the cherries with an antitoxins power team of blueberries, raspberries, and raspberries.
- Double, triple or quadruple the recipe to fit your needs.
Cherry NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea Sorbet Recipe is:
- Icy cold
- Sweet but tart
- Fruit based
- Quick and easy to make
- A treat for the whole family
- Melts fast
- The kids say “It’s incredible!”
Did you know? NESTEA has reduced the sugar by 25% and has no artificial sweeteners, plus it is made with real tea leaves.
How would you Stir Things Up using NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea powder?
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Disclosure: This post is sponsored. I was asked to create a recipe using NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea powder and Stir Things Up! This recipe, all views and or experiences are always that of my own.