Food & Drink
Sep 1, 2011

how to: make 30-second sorbet

By: Elaine Song
Style at Home
Food & Drink
Sep 1, 2011

how to: make 30-second sorbet

By: Elaine Song
I recently added the De'Longhi Triblade hand blender to my kitchen, a tool I've never used before. Designed with variable speeds, it can chop and blend in record time. Part of this is owed to the triple ('Triblade") blade technology for more powerful and efficient blending. It can come with a variety of attachments, including a beaker, chopper, whisk, and pan blender. But, really, I can't get enough of just the hand blender itself. My new favourite snack any time of day is fresh fruit sorbet. It has no added sugar or fat and only takes 30 seconds to make! How could you not love that? Here's what you'll need to make this sorbet: 1 De'Longhi Triblade hand blender (detached into two pieces in photo) 2 Frozen pineapple pieces 3 De'Longhi beaker (or a durable mixing bowl)
3 steps to 30-second sorbet:   1 Prepare pineapple I don't count this in the 30 seconds because I always have fruit frozen in my freezer - trust me, it's totally worth the prep when you're craving this sorbet! Simply cut up fresh pineapple and freeze. Seriously easy. 2 Blend pineapple Put frozen pineapple pieces into beaker/mixing bowl (one large handful per serving) and blend on high until pineapple is smooth. Note: Feel free to leave small chunks of pineapple if you desire. 3. Serve! Pour the sorbet into the dish or glass of your choice and enjoy! Garnish with a few pieces of pineapple if you wish. What's your favourite frozen treat?
Share X
Food & Drink

how to: make 30-second sorbet