Clementine and Lemon Sorbet

With temperatures soaring, our thoughts are on trying to keep cool.  Yesterday the kids asked for ice cream after school and they both bought a creamy vanilla ice cream covered in chocolate.  Delicious but not very refreshing.
Clementine and Lemon Sorbet
As clementines are currently in season and nothing beats the flavour of fruit in season I decided to make a refreshing clementine and lemon sorbet for their after school treat.
The verdict from the kids – ooh this is beautiful!!
Clementine and lemon sorbet 2
Clementine and Lemon Sorbet

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 20 minutes

Yield: 1 litre


  • 15 clementines or oranges
  • 2 lemons
  • 500ml caster sugar (approx.)


  1. Juice the oranges and lemons and remove any tough white bits of pith or any seeds from the juice.
  2. Measure the volume of the juice and add half that amount of caster sugar. I had 1 litre of juice and used 500 ml of sugar.
  3. Mix together and pour into your ice cream machine and churn until frozen.
  4. (Alternatively pour the mixture into a rectangular container and freeze. Once frozen, remove from the freezer and beat. Freeze again until completely set).
 Clementine and Lemon Sorbet


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