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Debbie Arnold: Fresh Raspberry Sorbet {Foodie Friday}

Throughout June we’ve been celebrating tart, red-ripened, delicious raspberries, and I’ve been humming “Raspberry Beret” the entire month. Can’t help it, y’all.

Now you’re humming along as well, I bet. Or singing. I admire you if you are.

One of our favorites for the short summer season of fresh raspberries is a Fresh Raspberry Sorbet. Less caloric than an ice cream, sorbet tempts you into thinking you can eat it with abandon. Well, maybe not. But it is light and refreshing on the palate.

raspberry sorbet dining with debbie

And it’s summer. And the raspberries are in season. To find out how I make my Fresh Raspberry Sorbet, read more.

There have been so many delicious raspberry recipes this month. I hope you’ve taken the time to give them a try and to thank our Foodie Friday participants for going the extra mile to share those with you.

Remember Jeanetta’s Choco-Raspberry Micro Cake? Bet that’s making your mouth water about now! Go ahead. You can make this in no time.

jeanetta darley choco raspberry micro cake

Renee and I pretty much had the same idea of bringing that raspberry goodness to a sorbet. I’m thinking you should try both — twice the love, ya’ know.

After eating our fill of cake and sorbet, Connie and Lyndi helped us out by bringing something healthy to the table. I’m thinking Connie’s Quick Raspberry Muffins would make a nice addition to a Fourth of July breakfast or brunch,

raspberry quick muffins

and Lyndi’s Raspberry-Spinach Salad would start off any Independence Day dinner with tons of flavor and goodness.

raspberry spinach salad nwafodie

Have a safe and enjoyable holiday. Thanks.ya’ll.

 

 

You just knew I would.

Renee Birchfield: Raspberry Sorbet

When I saw that this month’s theme song was Raspberry Beret ,I knew I had to make something. I had never heard of the song until around Christmas 2016 while we were at my in-laws for the holidays. It came on the radio and my father-in-law was singing along— except he would say sorbet instead of beret. It took me a few times to figure out that the song wasn’t about dessert and that it was supposed to be beret. I have not forgotten about it and it still makes me smile. 

This sorbet recipe is adapted from the one that my in-laws made while we were home for  Fourth of July a few years ago. I must say it is delicious but the best part is that it is very easy to make.   Read More

 

Renee Birchfield arwomenbloggers.com

 

Renee, the voice behind If Spoons Could Talk, loves everything food related. You will often see her taking pictures of her food before eating, while her smiling husband shakes his head and waits to eat because, of course, she has to take a picture of his as well. Her time is spent cooking in the kitchen,  researching recipes on the computer, or eating what she’s been researching and cooking! The rest of her time is spent with her husband and two fur babies watching TV. Now she is making time to get a masters so she can be a full-time teacher. You can find her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest as If Spoons Could Talk and on Twitter as Spoons Could Talk  And of course over at If Spoons Could Talk