Orange Sherbert (Dairy Free)

Orange Sherbert (Dairy Free)      Oh hey Summer your finally here!! Well to be honest, I thought your very first day started on Memorial Day, but everyone believes your first day officially starts at the end of June, so we will go with that! We’ll let me start by saying gosh your kicking my but! Are you really going to make temperatures in Phoenix sky rocket to 110 this week?!!! If you do I’m going to feel like a cooked chicken with extra sauce!       Orange Sherbert (Dairy Free) Orange Sherbert (Dairy Free)      Oh! I should be used to it by now you say! It’s your time to shine and you’re going to let me roast until the fall sings! Well I guess that I have no choice but to suffer!

Orange Sherbert (Dairy Free)      Yes all you savvy naturalistas summer is here, and it’s time to pull out the crock pot, grill, and that ice cream maker. Frozen treats are the best way to keep the body cool while the heat keeps coming! If you’re into creamy desserts, but can’t have any because your lactose intolerant; well you’re in luck (I know your pain)! I made a creamy orange sherbert that is low in calories, all natural and dairy free. This dairy free frozen treat well hit the spot without the guilt!

Orange Sherbert (Dairy Free)

Orange Sherbert Recipe:
2 cups almond milk
12 oz. orange juice concentrate
1 ½ tsp. vanilla extract
¼ tsp. orange extract
¼ cup sugar substitute (I used Splenda)
¼ cup sugar
Recipe Directions: In a large blender place all the ingredients and blend on high until combine. Pour mixture into an air tight container and let chill in the fridge for 5 hours. Overnight is the best! Transfer the mixture into ice cream maker and freeze according to manufacturer’s directions, or until it reaches a soft-serve consistency. Transfer ice cream to a one- or two-quart lidded plastic container. Cover surface with plastic wrap and seal. For best results, ice cream should ripen in the freezer for at least 2 hours or overnight.




  1. says

    It’s been really hot here this week and frozen treats are a lifesaver right now. This orange sherbert looks and sounds so dreamy – would love a big bowl of this to cool down with! Gorgeous color too!

  2. says

    Ah I didn’t know you live in Phoenix, I went to Scottsdale few years ago and I remember it was extremely hot out there in the summer and I had couple of sunburns, hehe! Mmm I love sorbets, they are usually vegan-friendly at most gelato places, such a great idea to use orange extract, do you use freshly squeezed oranges? Your orange sorbet looks vibrant, such a nice lovely orange color!

  3. Marjorie Gray says

    I’m in Phoenix too :) While we do get intense heat…we are also gifted with tons of citrus! Yaay! This is just the recipe I was looking for to replace the orange sherbet from my childhood. Thanks!


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