First Do No Harm

Rhubarb Sorbet


3½ cups diced rhubarb (1.32 pounds)
1½ Cup Organic Zero Or 1 ¼ Teaspoons Better Stevia
1 Teaspoon Vanilla
Juice From Three Oranges (blood oranges are best)

Two Methods, first without a NutriBullet Rx, the next one with a NutriBullet Rx.

Combine all ingredients in a medium saucepan and bring to the boil. Reduce heat and simmer covered, stirring occasionally for 22 minutes. Allow to cool. Puree in a food processor until very smooth, then refrigerate until chilled. Freeze in an ice cream maker as per the manufacturer’s directions.

With a NutriBullet Rx, you'll want to cut the recipe in half, and simply put everything into the NutriBullet Rx, let everything blend, and then hit the Green Button for two seconds so that it turns red. Let her run all the way to the end. You're finished. 

Eat immediately. However, if you want to freeze this, there is so much water that it will freeze solid, even using Erythritol/Organic Zero (which is an alcohol sugar, lowering the temperature of freezing). My suggestion is to pour into popsicle molds. They're a great treat.

By the way, this recipe is simply delicious. It's better than ice cream.

For you dieters, this entire recipe has 76 carbs, 355 calories, and a glycemic index that is next to nothing (brought up only by the oranges).



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