For a dinner party dessert that’s delicious but still relatively light, why not try this brilliant Deliciously Ella recipe? It’s so simple to whip up as the whole dish only needs two ingredients – so it could be easier, not to mention cost effective!
Coconut cream is full of antioxidants and amino acids that are great for your hair and nails, while Clementine are rich in vitamins C, folate and calcium – so this dessert is as healthy as it is delicious.
What’s even better news is that this recipe makes enough sorbet to serve four people, so it’s a great healthy treat to whip up for the whole family. It’s a great one to make for the kids if they want ice cream but you’d rather they had something a little more fresh and healthy and not full of sugar too.
HOW TO MAKE DELICIOUSLY ELLA'S CLEMENTINE AND COCONUT CREAM SORBET
This recipe was created by Ella Woodward for natural cleaning products brand method.
- Peel and partially segment your clementines. Blend a few at a time in a high power blender and sieve through a fine mesh sieve, collecting the juice in a bowl. Once you’ve sieved out all of the juice, put the clementine puree into a clean tupperware container.
- Mix in the coconut cream with a fork and pop the tupperware into the freezer. After 1 hour, take out and mix again with a fork. Do this every hour or so until you are ready to eat it. It should take about 4 hours to reach the right consistency.
- 8 clementines
- 160g tin coconut cream
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