Frosted Orange Sorbet « CREAMSICLES »

Frosted Orange Sorbet « CREAMSICLES »

Another recipe “Zero waste in the kitchen”. A simple and tasty tip that kids love!

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Do you make freshly squeezed orange juice? Then keep the pulp that your juicepress accumulates and some of the half empty oranges peels. It will be that less in your compost bin or your trash! Long live the “almost” zero waste in the kitchen!

And what to do with emptied orange peels and its pulp? Frosted Oranges Sorbet! If you know the commercial “creamsicle”, well, this is its French version and it tastes way better! Plus, it’s rich in fiber!

Few ingredients and simple to make

Add a little sugar (or not if your oranges are very sweet) and milk (of your choice; plant or animal). Pass everything in a blender to obtain a homogeneous mixture. Be careful that it is not too liquid!

For the juice of 5-6 oranges, I make 4 half frosted oranges. I put 3 teaspoons of sugar and about 80ml of milk. Adjust quantities according to the pulp you got and the consistency you want!

For the preparation into the half oranges and put them the freezer.

Wait at least 4-6 hours for them to be well “frosted”! Take them out 10-15 min before eating.

If you do not want ice cream or sorbet to form crystals, you need to stir (mix) them from time to time at the begining of its freezing time. Personally, I don’t think it’s worth it … the children don’t notice anything and gobble them up in less than a minute so … why bother with additional steps?

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