Fresh raspberries and low carb sweetener combine to make this keto Ninja CREAMi raspberry sorbet recipe. Both sweet and tart at the same time, it’s a refreshing summer dessert that blends up in minutes!
Grab some raspberries, sweetener, your ice cream maker, and a few kitchen utensils, and you’ll have this dessert ready in no time!
What You Need to Make Ninja CREAMi Raspberry Sorbet
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Ingredients & Substitutions for Ninja CREAMi Raspberry Sorbet
You need just three ingredients to make this raspberry sorbet in the Ninja CREAMi. Here is what I used, along with some suggestions for substitutions.
Fresh Raspberries I used fresh, organic raspberries in my recipe, but you could use frozen raspberries if you like. Just remember to thaw them first before using in the recipe. See Note below.
Sweetener I always use this monk fruit sweetener in all my recipes, and this one is no different. But if you prefer another low-carb sweetener, or even sugar, feel free to substitute. Remember that substituting sugar will increase the carb count, and the recipe may no longer be a keto-friendly raspberry sorbet.
Raw Agave Nectar This is an optional ingredient that I added because my raspberries were a bit tart. I suggest taste-testing your berries before making the recipe, then decide if you would like a little more sweetness. I chose raw agave nectar instead of adding more monk fruit sweetener because agave nectar has a “warmer” sweetness more like sugar. And it gives the recipe a little more depth in the flavor department.
Note on Using Frozen Raspberries!
If you choose to use frozen raspberries instead of fresh, remember to thaw them before mixing up the recipe. This is a good idea for two reasons. First, this makes it much easier to mix the sweetener with the fruit, ensuring that it is evenly distributed and fully dissolved. Second, you need to mash the fruit so that there are no air pockets in the pint container before freezing. Air pockets in the frozen blend may cause damage to the machine during processing.
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Ninja CREAMi Raspberry Sorbet Recipe
- 3 cups fresh raspberries, washed
- 3 Tbsp monk fruit sweetener
- 1 Tbsp raw agave nectar (optional)
- In a medium bowl, mix together the fresh raspberries, monk fruit sweetener, and raw agave nectar if using. Using the back of a fork or spatula, smash the raspberries until they begin to release their juice. Stir everything together until the sweetener is dissolved.
- Pour the raspberry mixture into a CREAMi pint. Ensure that it doesn't go over the MAX FILL line. Then put the lid on it.
- Place the pint in the freezer, making sure it's level. Freeze for 24 hours.
- Take the pint from the freezer, remove the lid, and place it in the outer bowl of the Ninja CREAMi. Install the paddle in the lid and attach lid to the outer bowl.
- Plug in the Ninja CREAMi unit and install the bowl on the base.
- Press the power button and select LITE ICE CREAM.
- When the unit shuts off, remove the bowl from the base and remove the lid.
- If the sorbet is crumbly, then reattach the lid and install the bowl on the base again. Select RE-SPIN. You can re-spin the mixture twice if needed.
- Once the sorbet is at the right consistency, serve immediately.
Nutrition InformationYield 4 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 67Total Fat 1gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgSodium 1mgCarbohydrates 16gFiber 6gSugar 8gProtein 1g
Nutrition information is an approximation and may vary based on the specific ingredients and amounts used when preparing the recipe.
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