Homemade Strawberry Sherbet – 5 Simple Ingredients!

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Ths rich and creamy strawberry sherbet is made with fresh strawberries, strawberry preserves, heavy cream, milk, and sugar. So much tastier than store-bought.

Sherbet is such an underrated dessert. It’s light, fruity, creamy, and super easy to make at home. No ice cream maker needed for this recipe!

Homemade Strawberry Sherbet

This fresh strawberry sherbet is tangy, sweet, light, velvety, and the perfect frozen treat for any occasion.

Made with a combination of fresh strawberry purée and strawberry preserves, every bite of this frozen treat is bursting with fresh fruit flavor.

This strawberry sherbet can be prepped in less than 15 minutes and then processed in an ice cream maker to freeze or use a no-churn method of freezing in a pan, in the freezer. (You’ll need a minimum of 6 hours for soft serve or freeze overnight for a firmer texture. )

All you need to get started are a few kitchen staples—strawberries, strawberry preserves, whole milk, heavy cream, and granulated sugar. Any other mix-ins or toppings are completely up to you!

Serve up scoops of this creamy strawberry sherbet in waffle cones or your fanciest ice cream dishes and watch the delight on your guests’ faces as they dig in. Trust me, no one will be able to resist getting seconds of this delightfully fruity frozen dessert!

Ingredients + Tips for Homemade Strawberry Sherbet

Equipment Needed

  • This strawberry sherbet recipe is a fun, easy, and delicious homemade version of a classic frozen treat. For the no-churn version, all you’ll need to make this creamy and fruity dessert is a blender, a large mixing bowl, a hand mixer or whisk, and a 9×5” loaf pan.
  • Of course, if you have an ice cream maker (this is the one I have) Just add the mixture to your ice cream maker and follow the manufacturer’s instructions.

How to Make No-Churn Strawberry Sherbet

4.Once your mixture is uniform and a bit thick, transfer it to your 9×5” loaf pan and cover it with a layer of plastic wrap.

5.Allow your strawberry sherbet to set in the freezer for 4-6 hours or until firm. Serve and enjoy!

Recipe Tips

  • Like your sherbet to have a little extra texture? Try folding a few diced strawberries into your sherbet before freezing.
  • Looking to make an airier, more ice-cream-like dessert? Try whipping your cream before folding it into the rest of your ingredients. Your resulting sherbet should be softer and lighter.
  • For best results, let your sherbet freeze for at least 6 hours or overnight.
  • I don’t like strawberry seeds in my sherbet, so I strain the puree through a fine-mesh strainer to make it extra smooth.

FAQ’s

Topping Ideas

This rich and creamy fresh strawberry sherbet is the perfect base for all of your favorite ice cream toppings! Below are a few of my personal favorite toppings to pair with this sherbet.

  • Sliced strawberries
  • Hot fudge
  • Homemade whipped cream
  • Strawberry purée or sauce
  • Crushed waffle cones
  • Oreo cookies
  • Chocolate chips
  • Rainbow sprinkles
  • Crumbled pound cake
  • Shortbread cookies
  • Graham cracker crumbs

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  • Butter Pecan Ice Cream
  • Homemade Strawberry Ice Cream
  • Amazing Homemade Banana Ice Cream (custard-style, not frozen bananas)

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