Friday, November 6, 2009

Orange Sherbet

This is a favorite of my children; I don't love it, because it's not rich and creamy like ice cream. :) It actually tastes like the frozen form of an orange julius, and I prefer it straight from the ice-cream maker in all of its slushy goodness. Upon freezing, it turns a little hard and icy, but the kids still love it.

The recipe was included in the manual of my ice cream maker. Sadly, when we moved over here, we lost the manual, and I couldn't remember the exact recipe (although it's an easy one!) Thanks to the internet, I found a copy of the manual online, and was able to make this last week. We've only tried it with OJ concentrate, but one can make this with limeade or lemonade concentrate, to make lime or lemon sherbet.
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Orange Sherbet
from Cuisinart
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3 cups whole milk
1 cup frozen orange juice concentrate, thawed
2-3 tablespoons sugar
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Combine ingredients in a large bowl; blend with immersion blender (or just comine in a regular blender, or whisk by hand). Pour into ice cream maker and freeze.
Makes: Eight 1/2 cup servings
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2 comments:

Sonya said...

Can you bleieve they dont sell frozen orange juice concentrate over here? I would of loved to of made this!!

What A Dish! said...

That's too bad- I'm sure there's a way to do it with fresh OJ; this is just so easy!