Orange Creme Sorbet

I can’t even tell you guys how much I love my Vitamix. I use it for about 90% of my food now and it makes me so happy. It came with a recipe book that I skimmed through for like 2 minutes on Christmas morning before I tossed it into the cupboard. But there was one recipe in there that was an orange sorbet. I didn’t like it that much though and decided to put my own twist on it to present Orange Creme Sorbet! It’s exactly what the title says, orangey, creamy, and a little bit chilly but that’s totally okay. It’s more than okay if you make this after a nice long yoga practice or a sweaty gym run which I totally recommend. Actually double up this recipe (you can thank me later) because once you make it you’ll be wanting more. I made two servings just yesterday and gulped them down in a hurry. It might happen again later this evening and no ones gonna stop me!

Anyways, let’s get to the recipe so that we can take a moment to appreciate how lovely oranges really are.

Orange Creme Sorbet

serves 2-4

2 and 1/2 cups coconut milk, frozen
2 medium oranges, frozen

Take the frozen coconut milk and frozen oranges and blend them in your blender or food processor until smooth and creamy. Serve, enjoy!

5 responses to “Orange Creme Sorbet”

  1. Greetings! Very useful advice in this particular article! It’s the little changes that make the most important changes. Thanks for sharing!


  2. Looks soo yummy! Is it canned coconut milk or carton stuff like the soy milks?


    1. Thank you!! I used the carton coconut milk!


  3. […] for that to happen. Currently, I am sitting on the couch under about 3 blankets and eating some Orange Creme Sorbet as I write this. Freezing temperatures can’t stop me from eating or creating delicious […]


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