2-Ingredient Pineapple Sorbet | Sugar-Free + Just 45 Calories! | A Sweet Pea Chef


This Sugar-Free Pineapple Sorbet tastes like Dole Whip, but is healthier and doesn’t require a trip to Disney World.  Only 2 ingredients needed and just 45 calories per serving!


4 1/2 cups fresh, ripe pineapple, cubed (1 large pineapple)
1 tbsp freshly squeezed lime juice

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  1. If you follow me on Instagram, you know my most requested video right now was Pineapple Sorbet. This is a SUPER awesome and easy sorbet recipe that just requires 2 ingredients and tastes just like Dole Whip! Let me know what other summer recipes you want me to share to keep you cool!

  2. I beg to differ about pineapple ripening at home. I live in the UK and we don't grow pineapples they are imported raw from South America. As are all tropical fruits,or they would not survive the long journey from field to plate.

    We call them "ripen at home" fruits.
    Ripening pineapple, mangoes and papaya at home is very simple, just give them a good scrub with a brush under running water to remove fruit fly eggs because they will hatch as the fruit ripens and trust me you will regret it if you don't when you have a swarm of fruit flies in your home.

    Then place your unripened pineapple in the fruit bowl with bananas. As your bananas ripen they release ethylene gas which will in turn ripen any surrounding fruit.

    I like my pineapple to be yellow because they are the sweetest that way, reminds me of the juice sweet yellow pineapples fresh from the fields back in my country of origin

  3. Good video. If I could just comment that pineapples indeed can ripen when you get them home. You have to let it sit for 4-5 days after the store. They are juicier and more sweet after letting them sit for 4-5 more days. I usually sit mine on the kitchen table or on top of the fridge.


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