My good friends invited me to dinner and I offered to bring dessert. They make a delicious potent chile so I thought this sherbet would be a cool sweet welcome end to the meal. It was! We topped it with Kahlua-dark rum would be better. It has a cheery bright yellow orange color and exotic tropical perfume.
brendaprowse Posted: 02/27/11
cindi818 Posted: 06/10/11
Absolutely delicious. Straining the fruit mixture takes a little effort, but the results are worth it--a smooth, creamy, refreshing sherbet that tastes exactly like summer.
jdtfoodie Posted: 04/09/12
I don't know what else you would want from a "tropical sherbet". It was light and refreshing, the perfect consistency, and easy to make. Had enough ingredients left over for 2 batches - YAY!