How To Make Cherry Sorbet Without Ice Cream Maker

Cherry Sorbet Without Ice Cream Maker

  • Place a package of frozen cherries in a blender or food processor.
  • Blend or process with sugar added until smooth.
  • To taste, add more fresh lemon juice.
  • Put it to sleep.
  • Yes, that is all! 

I know, it seems too easy, doesn’t it? It also has the virtue of not containing dairy! Just eating—no churning, no slicing, no extracting seeds. 

Tips For Cherry Sorbet

  • If you choose to use the package of cherries that have been in the freezer for a long 
  • time, you may need to defrost them slightly with paper towels to remove any frost.
  •  This is because you don’t want any frost on your frozen cherries.
  • The fruit-to-sugar ratio should be 4:1 if you want sorbet that sets but is still scoopable.
  •  I divided the 500g bag of frozen cherries by 4 to get 125 grammes of sugar.
  • The lemon juice brings out the flavour of the cherries, so take it.  

It’s the first day of winter here in Australia, so I’ll have to wait till the next hot summer day to have a bowl of this cherry sorbet! All I can say is that I adore sorbet. Cherries are my favourite fruit. And so I froze cherries. Easy!

I hope you love my cherry sorbet; do let me know if you do! I would adore learning about it!


  • 500 g of frozen cherries with pits
  • 125 grammes of caster sugar
  • To taste, add one or two teaspoons of fresh lemon juice (see notes).


  • Add sugar to the bowl of a food processor with the frozen cherries, and process until smooth, scraping down the sides as needed.
  • After smoothing, taste and add lemon juice.
  • Freeze until solid, about 6-7 hours.
Cherry Sorbet


  • Taste and adjust the amount of lemon juice as needed. Don’t pour it all in at once. It could also seem like an odd component, but it enhances the cherry flavour significantly. Consider it similar to salt in a dish that is savoury!
  • Since tomorrow is the first day of winter where I live in Australia, I used frozen cherries in this dish instead of fresh ones. That means no fresh cherries!
  • Still, I have to admit that I adore sorbet! So, it’s frozen cherries for me!
  • To be completely honest, I haven’t tested this recipe with fresh cherries, so I don’t see why it wouldn’t work with them.

Love Note For Cherry Sorbet Lovers

Your essence is sweeter than cherry sorbet on a summer’s day in the subtle dance of flavours. Every taste is a melody, a symphony of joy that reflects the beat of our intertwined hearts.

I relish the depth of our relationship and the richness of our connection with each spoonful. 

Your love leaves a lasting impression on my lips and in my spirit because it is the ideal balance of sour and sweet.

I discover delight, refreshment, and a love as dazzling and sweet as the brightest cherry when I’m with you. To you, my cherry sorbet sweetheart, I toast to unending scoops of love.

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