Strawberry Pimm's Sorbet

Strawberry Pimm's Sorbet

Your tastebuds called and told me that they need you to wake them up. Don't you neglect them!!

I had a surplus of strawberries in the fridge (Cooper's favorite fruit!) and wanted to make a sorbet that I could enjoy (with a cocktail!).  I also wanted sorbet but didn't want to leave the house. Maybe I just didn't want to wear pants.

The Pimm's brings out the strawberries perfectly. They're sweet and summery! The color is something else too! In this rendition, I cut up fresh strawberries, added Pimm's  liqueur a few scoops of the Strawberry Pimm's Sorbet and a few slices of cucumber to make it more like a Pimm's Cup. You could add a little ginger ale or lemon soda and make it a Strawberry Pimm's Cup Float!  Also-- you can make Pimm's Cup Popsicles. I stood over the sink and devoured two bowls of this sorbet. That means it's good, yo!

Let's get our ingredients together:

First step-- making simple syrup. Heat until the sugar dissolves in water.

Cut up your strawberries. Add them to the blender.

Simple syrup and lemon juice. The simple syrup is cooled, btw.


Blended! To make the process faster, chill the sorbet mixture in the fridge for about an hour.

Pour the mixture into your ice cream maker.

Follow the instructions!

BAM! Sorbet.

Put the sorbet in a container.

The sorbet goes to the freezer. Now we're going to fancy it up and serve!

Strawberries + Pimm's.

Let it sit a bit. The best part is that the strawberries soak up some of the Pimm's!

Sorbet scoops!

A cucumber addition.

So dang refreshing.

Cheers! It's dessert time.

Strawberry Pimm's Sorbet

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serves 4


  • 2 1/2 cups strawberries, hulled & stemmed (about 1.25 lbs.)
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 2/3 cups water
  • 1 tablespoon fresh lemon juice
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