Recipe Directions

1. Blend all ingredients until smooth.

2. Put it in the freezer for about 1 1/2 hours or until frozen “crispy” so that you can still break it into pieces easily with a fork.

Bronwyn's Thoughts

By bronwyn

This is a very tasty refreshing desert, and it’s so easy.

You can really substitute any fruit you like.

I just had strawberries on hand and they seemed to work very well.

It is really good when topped with banana cream. I also threw on a few cacao nibs as a garnish.

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I just made this recipe, and it is truly amazing, one of those simple recipes you know you'll never forget. Bronwyn, have you tried adding pine nuts or coconut water/oil/flesh? I feel like if the sweetener was doubled and it was slightly creamy, this could rival a $5 pint of sorbet.

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I do this often (minus the agave) in the summer for the kids. Everybody loves it!

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Simple and lovely! Great presentation in the wine glass, too.

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I do this often (minus the agave) in the summer for the kids. Everybody loves it!

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I just made this recipe, and it is truly amazing, one of those simple recipes you know you'll never forget. Bronwyn, have you tried adding pine nuts or coconut water/oil/flesh? I feel like if the sweetener was doubled and it was slightly creamy, this could rival a $5 pint of sorbet.

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Simple and lovely! Great presentation in the wine glass, too.

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