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Strawberry Banana Sorbet

This healthy strawberry banana sorbet only has 4 easy ingredients and no added sugar. Enjoy when you are craving something sweet!

Yummy strawberry sorbet in a clear glass with a spoon. A baking pan with frozen sorbet is in the background.

Healthy Strawberry Banana Sorbet

I don’t know about you, but sweets are usually the downfall of my diets. When I crave something sweet I sometimes cave and indulge in ice cream or a float. They are so good – and sweet frozen treats can be so refreshing too.

That’s why this recipe is such a lifesaver for me. I know you will appreciate it too! Instead of something with tons of sugar, I blended whole ingredients together for a classic frozen snack.

The best part is that this sorbet is actually good for you too! Strawberries are extremely high in vitamin C (hello immune system boost!) and bananas are known for their high levels of manganese (so good for your skin).

Plus, this sorbet is packed with fiber that is fantastic for your gut health. Drink up and enjoy a treat that won’t veer your diet off course.

Smoothie Or Sorbet – What’s The Difference?

I call this recipe a sorbet, but these are the same exact ingredients in a strawberry banana smoothie. So what is the difference? The purest definition of a sorbet is fresh fruit with sugar. Some people make sorbet with fruit juice and sugar and freeze it.

Even though it sounds the same, sherbet is not the same thing at all. It’s made with dairy (usually cream or ice cream of some sort).

The main reason I called it a sorbet is because I froze the entire mixture in a loaf pan and scooped it out like ice cream. It tastes just like frozen yogurt – without the dairy!

My recipe’s ingredients really do closely resemble a fruit smoothie. A fruit smoothie is basically fruit pureed with some sort of milk (I used almond milk).

Weight Watchers Sorbet Points

My recipe’s ingredients really do closely resemble a fruit smoothie. A fruit smoothie is basically fruit pureed with some sort of milk (I used almond milk).

If you are following Weight Watchers you know you are not supposed to drink your points. In other words, if you freeze this and eat it with a spoon it is 0 points and if you drink it is a lot of points on WW!

It’s a phycological thing…and I get it…if you eat food instead of drinking the same ingredients it is more filling or more satisfying to the brain that you ate the food item. That’s why I never drink my calories.

Looking down from above to a cup of strawberry banana sorbet with a spoon in it. Also on the white table is a baking pan with the frozen strawberry sorbet and fresh whole strawberries laying on the table.

How To Store Leftover Sorbet

If you have any leftover sorbet, I suggest pouring it into some sort of ice cream cube tray or another shaped silicone mold. This way, when you want to enjoy a sorbet again, you just have to pop out a few more pieces of it and let it thaw a little bit. It’s so much easier to serve yourself a sorbet later.

Strawberry Banana Sorbet

Here is the complete recipe in a printable recipe card. Please don’t forget to pin this post to your WW recipe board so you can find it later!

Looking down into the blender you see the frozen strawberries and other ingredients ready to be blended. The bananas are ready to be pealed next to the blender.

Looking down into the blender you see the frozen strawberries and banana are partially blended. Then

Looking down into the blender with all ingredients blended.

Once the sorbet is blended place into a baking pan and place in the freezer.

Strawberry Banana Sorbet 

Enjoy this fiber-packed healthy strawberry banana sorbet when you are trying to cut out sugar and still want something sweet.
Prep Time5 mins
Total Time5 mins
Course: Snack
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Strawberry Banana Sorbet
Servings: 6
Calories: 68kcal

Equipment

  • Blender

Ingredients

  • 1 1/4 pound Strawberries Frozen
  • 2 Bananas Ripe
  • 1/2 tsp Vanilla Extract
  • 1/4 cup Unsweetened Vanilla Almond Milk

Instructions

  • Allow frozen strawberries to sit for 10 minutes at room temperature.
  • Add strawberries to a blender and blend on high in 30 second intervals until there are no large chunks left.
  • Next, peel and add bananas then blend in 30 second intervals until well combined.
  • Add vanilla. Pour almond milk in 1/8 of a cup at a time. Blend in between until you get a thick but smooth texture.
  • Pour mixture into a metal loaf pan and place in freezer until solid.
  • Serve with fresh berries, bananas or even a dollop of almond whipped cream!

Nutrition

Serving: 0.5cup | Calories: 68kcal | Carbohydrates: 16g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 15mg | Potassium: 285mg | Fiber: 3g | Sugar: 9g | Vitamin A: 37IU | Vitamin C: 59mg | Calcium: 30mg | Iron: 1mg

Yummy strawberry sorbet in a clear glass with a spoon. A baking pan with frozen sorbet is in the background.

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Yummy strawberry sorbet in a clear glass with a spoon. A baking pan with frozen sorbet is in the background.

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Susan B

Susan B

Hi, I’m Susan! Thanks for stopping by Oh My! Creative. I like to have fun, make fun things…you know, create stuff! I love DIY, decorating and design and like any girl…shopping and lunch!
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