My 3-Ingredient Strawberry Sorbet is the perfect frozen dairy free dessert.
3-Ingredient Strawberry Sorbet Recipe
I make this easy sorbet recipe with strawberries, water, and honey –it’s so simple my boys used to throw it together when they were little ones.
How to Make a Sorbet
Do you love sorbet? If so, you’ll adore this easy gluten free recipe. Simply blend the 3 ingredients together, then transfer to your ice cream maker to churn and chill.
Easy Sorbet Recipe
This easy dessert recipe is loaded with wholesome strawberries that have numerous health benefits.
My favorite beautiful berry is bright red and loaded with phytonutrients and flavonoids.
It’s also full of potassium, magnesium, and vitamin C. Did you know that with all of these amazing properties, strawberries may help reduce the risk of cancer?
Further, strawberries are a low glycemic fruit full of healthy fiber that helps to regulate blood sugar and decrease the risk of type 2 diabetes and heart disease.
Healthy Dessert Easy
The health benefits of strawberries are plentiful, so when you serve this superfood sorbet recipe your kiddos will think they’re getting dessert, while you know they’re getting power packed nutrition.
Fruit for Low Carb
Strawberries are the perfect fruit for my low carb diet. Here are some additional low glycemic fruit options I indulge in:
Dirty Dozen EWG
That’s why I use organic berries in my recipes –the agriculture industry heavily sprays conventional with toxic pesticides. Along those lines, EWG calls out strawberries in their Dirty Dozen list.
I also go out of my way to avoid everyday toxins because I have the MTHFR gene, which impairs detoxification.
Sherbet vs Sorbet
Before we dive into dessert recipes with strawberries, allow me a small digression!
Have you ever wondered what’s the difference between sherbet and sorbet? I have! Both are decadent fruity frozen treats, but they’re not the same.
Sherbet is made with a milk or cream base, while sorbet contains a base of water. This makes sorbet the perfect choice for those who suffer from an intolerance to foods such as dairy.
Recipes for Desserts with Strawberries
Enough about health issues, let’s get on to fun food that’s good for you! I love strawberries.
When we go out to dinner and everyone orders a gooey dessert loaded with sugar and gluten, I order a bowl of low carb strawberries.
And when we’re at home, I make the incredible strawberry recipes below for dessert.
Recipe for Chocolate Covered Strawberries
I’m all about a no bake dessert that’s easy, and a harvest of fresh strawberries calls for a dip in low carb chocolate.
This healthy recipe is a game-changer. Here’s how to make my effortless Chocolate Covered Strawberries.
Recipes for Strawberry Shortcake
My Strawberry Shortcake is top of the list for easy desserts made with strawberries.
While most shortcake recipes are complex, mine is a cinch to throw together.
Equally as simple, with a chocolaty spin, try the Chocolate Strawberry Shortcake recipe that my older son wrote for the website when he was in grade school!
Strawberry Cupcakes Recipe
My second book and labor of love, Gluten-Free Cupcakes, has dozens of enticing and absolutely mouthwatering gluten free cupcake recipes, and of course, one with strawberries!
For those of you with gluten sensitivities who are struggling to find sweetness, you’re sure to find a favorite dessert here.
We love the Strawberry Cupcakes found on page 24, pictured above!
Fruit for Crumble or Crisp
I’ve created an easy strawberry crisp recipe for you with 5 ingredients total. Really, that’s it.
Top the crisp with whipped cream, and you’ve got one magnificent low carb dessert –some might even call it keto.
Strawberry Smoothie Recipes Easy
Start your day with a healthy low carb recipe made with our favorite plump red fruit.
My Strawberry Breakfast Power Smoothie, made with protein powder, almond butter, and chia seeds, is the energizing breakfast everyone loves.
Recipes with Strawberries
Obviously, I’m a sucker for strawberries and adore everything about them!
Check out my website if you’re looking for more recipes made with fresh strawberries. Look for the spyglass symbol at the top of the page and enter the word “strawberries.” You’re sure to find something for everyone.
This 3-Ingredient Strawberry Sorbet post is an oldie but goodie from the archives, I first published this recipe in 2011.