Healthy Sorbet Recipe from the Pritikin Cooking School
For more than four decades, the chefs at the Pritikin Longevity Center have been finding creative ways to delight both palate and heart.
Turning fresh fruit into a guiltless frozen treat is one of the simplest healthy summer recipes.
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For many of us time-pressed cooks, a recipe with just a few ingredients PLUS great flavor PLUS healthy Pritikin guidelines is, well, culinary heaven. Here is a refreshing and super-simple gourmet dessert (thank you, Chef Anthony!)
- Combine all ingredients in a blender. Blend until smooth. Keep in the freezer. When ready to serve, simply scoop out servings.
* To make ginger juice, peel and grate several slices of ginger. Squeeze out the juice from the grated pieces into a small bowl. Or, if you prefer, wrap the gratings in cheesecloth before squeezing, and squeeze the juice through the cheesecloth.
** To zest a lemon, use a finer grater, like a Microplane. Simply rub the whole lemon in one direction against the little blades. Turn the lemon as you go so that you remove only the yellow part – the zest. You don’t want the white pith underneath because it’s bitter. The zest adds ZEST – a bright, piquant spark – to every dish.