After a day of berry picking, wild raspberry sorbet is easy to make. This recipe is seedless, made with milk and uses an ice cream maker.
OMG it tasted soooooo bad, I'd rather eat anything else Hey Omia - 02 Feb 2018 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
I didn't have wild raspberries.I used store bought raspberries. I took the suggestion from submitter. I added more berries and omitted the cinnamon. It was creamy and refreshing. - 30 May 2017 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Made this recipe for my husband and he said the texture and flavors are so good. So good as in I'm going to have to make more tomorrow! I used 2 cups of sugar free frozen berries (defrosted) and followed the recipe as written. No need to change anything! I don't have an ice cream maker, but I knew my Ninja Pro could make ice cream. I probably should have checked out their site first as it would have saved me some time, perhaps. After letting the mixture cool in the fridge, I poured it into ice cube trays and put them in the freezer. Once frozen, popped the cubes in the Ninja and pulsed away. Poured/spread it into a cold bread pan and popped it in the freezer. Glad I did make it this way though to get the seeds out. This is going to be even better for a nice treat in the coming weeks when my fruit loving hubs gets 5 teeth removed! Thank you for the recipe Shorecook! - 22 Sep 2016 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)