Cantaloupe Sorbet

cs2The time I’ve recently spent in warm tropical climates has me feeling kind of sweet. While a lot of people are home making hot chocolate or chicken noodle soup, I tried my hand at sorbet. I know, it’s the heart of winter and I’m making frozen dessert! Here’s what I used…


3 cups cantaloupe (approx. 1/2 cantaloupe)

1 cup water

1/2 cup brown sugar


Step 1: Cut half cantaloupe into cubes.

Step 2: Combine sugar and water in a small saucepan, and stir over medium heat until the sugar dissolves. Once the mixture begins to boil, remove from heat and pour into an air tight glass jar. Refrigerate the simple syrup for a couple of hours.

Step 3: Blend the cantaloupe in a food processor until the texture is smooth, then add the chilled simple syrup and blend some more.

Step 4: Pour the cantaloupe mixture into a freezer safe bowl or tray, and freeze until almost firm.

Step 5: Scoop and Enjoy!

{Step 5 should have been:  Remove cantaloupe mixture from freezer and transfer back into blender (or bowl) and blend, puree, or whip some more. Then freeze and enjoy. I’ll get it right next time!}


I don’t have a petite ice cream scoop to make the sorbet look pretty, but the taste wasn’t affected. It was still pretty darn good!


Disclaimer: I am not, let me repeat, not a doctor, therapist, scientist, certified nutritionist or herbologist, holistic practitioner, or any other term used to describe a physician. I’m simply a health and wellness enthusiast who is sharing my journey and information I’ve learned. The information provided in this post is designed to provide helpful information on the subjects discussed. This post is not meant to be used, nor should it be used, to diagnose or treat any medical condition. For diagnosis or treatment of any medical problem, consult your physician. The author and publisher (yours truly) of this post is not responsible for any specific health or allergy needs that may require medical supervision and is not liable for any damages or negative consequences for any treatment, action, application, or preparation to any person reading or following the information on this blog. Any references provided are for informational purposes only and do not constitute endorsement of any websites or other sources. Reader should be aware that the websites listed in this post and on this site may change.

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