Thermomix Sorbet Combinations

Summer is on the way… well its already here in Queensland really, and Sorbet in your thermomix is a great way to use up very ripe fruit to make something out of what you may have normally thrown out!

The Perfect Sorbet Swirl – PS I don’t normal wear pearls to a demonstration LOL!

So I thought I would put together a list of fantastic flavour combinations that I have heard of, seen and made over the last 6 years as a Thermomix consultant. I’m sure there are many more variations, but this is just a little sample to inspire you this summer. The Basic Cook Book Sorbet’s and Ice-Cream are fabulous, these are just my tweaks and the ingredients quantities I use on a regular basis.

My Basic Sorbet

Ingredients
100 – 120g raw sugar
400 – 500g fruit (fresh or thawed from frozen)
30g lemon juice
700 – 800g ice (this will depend on how icy you want your sorbet and how liquid your fruit is)
1 egg white (if you can’t eat egg, just leave it out, it just won’t whip up as fluffy)

Method
1. Weigh sugar into mixing bowl and mill 10 seconds/speed 10.

2. Weigh in fresh or thawed fruit and lemon juice and mill 10 seconds/speed 7.
3. Add in 500g of ice and Blend 20 seconds/speed 9 then add in the rest of the ice and mill another 30 – 50 seconds/speed 9, using the spatula to move around if necessary. 
4. Scrape down the sides of the bowl, add in egg white and blend 40 seconds/ speed 9.

My Basic Frozen Fruit Ice Cream

Ingredients
100 – 120g raw sugar

600 – 700g frozen fruit cut into small pieces
20g lemon juice
200g pure cream or coconut yogurt for creamy diary free version (see how to make different yoghurt’s HERE)

Method
1. Weigh sugar into mixing bowl and mill 10 seconds/speed 10.

2. Weigh in frozen fruit and lemon juice and blend 30 – 60 seconds/speed 8, you may need to use the spatula to move the fruit around in the bowl and scrape down the sides of the bowl as well. (The time spent depends on the consistency you want the final sorbet to be, if you want it smooth then do the full 60 seconds or even more).
3. Place a paring jug on top of the lid and weigh cream into it then set aside. Secure Butterfly into mixing bowl and turn onto speed 4. Gradually add in the cream through the hole in the lid and then place the mixing cup on the lid and allow it to mix for another 30 seconds/speed 4.
4. Scrape down the sides of the bowl, add in egg white and blend 40 seconds/ speed 9.

My Basic Frozen Fruit Sorbet

Ingredients
100 – 120g raw sugar

500 – 600g frozen fruit (cut into small – medium sized chunks)
30g lemon juice
1 egg white (if you can’t eat egg, just leave it out, it just won’t whip up as fluffy)

Method
1. Weigh sugar into mixing bowl and mill 10 seconds/speed 10.

2. Weigh in frozen fruit and lemon juice and blend 30 – 60 seconds/speed 8, you may need to use the spatula to move the fruit around in the bowl and scrape down the sides of the bowl as well. (The time spent depends on the consistency you want the final sorbet to be, if you want it smooth then do the full 60 seconds or even more).
3. Secure Butterfly into mixing bowl add egg white and whip 1 minute/speed 4.

These are the favourite Basic Sorbets I make all the time
Pineapple and Mint Basic Sorbet

As above just add 6-8 leaves of mint with sugar
Citrus Basic Sorbet
Use 1 lemon, 2 limes and 2 oranges flesh only
Tropical Fruit Basic Sorbet
Use 1 lemon, 1 lime and 1 orange flesh only, plus the pulp of  2 passionfruit and 100g pineapple

These are the favourite Fruit Ice-Creams I make all the time
Coconut Pineapple and Mint Frozen Fruit Ice-Cream

As above just add 5 – 6 leaves of mint with sugar
Use coconut cream instead of pure cream
Raspberry Frozen Fruit Ice-Cream
Place 1 kg of raspberries and lemon juice into the thermomix and blend 10 second/speed 9.
Strain the mixture through a sieve to seperate all the seeds then freeze seed free raspberry mixture into ice cubes and use as above for Ice cream.

These are the favourite Frozen Fruit Sorbets I make all the time
Pineapple and Mint Frozen Fruit Sorbet

As above just add 5 – 6 leaves of mint with sugar
Freeze very ripe pineapple and use as above
Strawberry and Blueberry Frozen Fruit Sorbet
Use equal parts frozen strawberries and blueberries

Below are a list of flavour combinations from the Cookidoo, Recipe Community and the Broader Thermomix community.

Cookidoo Recipes – If you search the cookidoo, all these sorbet combinations and flavours come up. Click on the words to take you to the cookidoo.

Avocado Sorbet, Banana Sorbet, Basil Sorbet, Buttermilk Balsamic Sorbet, Chocolate Sorbet, Coconut Vanilla Sorbet, Kaffir Lime Sorbet, Gin and Tonic Sorbet, Lemon Sorbet, Lemon/Lime Sorbet, Lime Sorbet, Lychee Sorbet, Mango & Turmeric Sorbet, Mulled Cider Sorbet, Pineapple Lime Sorbet, Watermelon Sorbet.

The Recipe Community has so many Sorbet Recipes. Here are just the ones that were ranked high and a few others I thought were good! I haven’t included individuals links, it was just too much, so click on any word and it will take you the recipes community so you can search the specific one you want!

Apple and Mint Sorbet, Apple Pie Sorbet, Avocado and Lime Sorbet, Bloody Mary Sorbet, Blueberry and Ginger Sorbet, Caipirinha Sorbet, Caramel Pear and Cardamon Sorbet, Cherry Ripe Sorbet, Chilli Tomato Sorbet – Dani Vallent, Chocolate Orange Sorbet, Citrus and Red Grape Sorbet, Cucumber and Lemon Sorbet, Hidden Vege Sorbet, Kiwifruit Sorbet, Kombucha and Ginger Citrus Sorbet, Lime Coconut and Berry Sorbet  – Cindi O’Meara, Lychee Coconut Cream Sorbet, Lychee Lime and Mint Sorbet, Lychee Sorbet, Mango Macadamia Sorbet, Midori and Lemon Sorbet, Mocha Sorbet, Mulberry Sorbet, Mulled wine and Pear Sorbet, Pear and Ginger Sorbet, Pear and Vanilla Been Sorbet, Pear Sorbet, Pina Colada Sorbet, Pine Lime Sorbet, Pomegranate, Red wine and Raspberry Sorbet, Roasted pear and Buttermilk Sorbet, Raspberry Coconut Lime Sorbet, Raspberry Spinach and Almond Milk Sorbet, Rockmelon Sorbet, Spiced Blood Orange Sorbet, Spiced Pear and Vanilla, Tequila Margarita Sorbet, Umeshu (Plum) Sake Sorbet, Vodka Prosecco Sorbet, White Chocolate and Raspberry Sorbet, Zesty Lemon and Mango Sorbet, Rapsberry and Lime Sorbet.

TM Essentials has
12 Super Ice-Creams and Sorbets Blog

Tenina has 2 great recipes
Mango Coconut Sorbet
Mango Lime Sorbet

Quirky Cooking (Jo Whitten) has 4 great recipes all diary free
Coconut Vanilla Sorbet
Princess Sorbet – Dragon Fruit
Vanilla Coconut Pine Lime Sorbet
Breakfast Sorbet

I hope that you have found all this information helpful and will start to freeze your left over fruit into portions so you can use your Thermomix to cut down on waste and save money. 

Enjoy Irresponsibly and Happy Cooking!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Liz xx

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I have been cooking since I can remember. I am a Thermomix consultant, so now (whenever possible) try to give you Conventional AND Thermomix methods for the recipes. I like to share tips on how to save money and how making food from scratch isn't really that hard (especially with a Thermomix). If you have any questions about the Thermomix or cooking/food in general please email me as I'm happy to chat.
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