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Low Carb Blackberry Sherbet

Low Carb Blackberry Sherbet – Keto Berry Sherbet Recipe

This Keto Blackberry Sherbet Recipe is made with zero calorie Zevia Sparkling Water, and it’s the perfect ending to the perfect meal. A little sweet, a little tart, and zero guilt. This isn’t a regular low carb ice cream recipe, this is a true frozen keto sherbet recipe, – and some might even call it a sorbet. Whatever we call it, we are proud to partner with Zevia to bring you this sugar-free sherbet recipe!

Low Carb Blackberry Sherbet

5 from 2 votes
Recipe by Wes Shoemaker – Highfalutin’ Low Carb Course: DessertCuisine: AmericanDifficulty: Easy
Servings

6

servings
Prep time

10

minutes
Cooking time

30

minutes
Calories

153

kcal

Ingredients

Directions

  • Mix 1 tsp unflavored gelatin with 3 tsp. of Zevia Blackberry water in a small bowl and allow to bloom.
  • In a microwave-safe bowl, mix 1 cup of frozen unsweetened blackberries with 1/2 cup of Zevia Blackberry Water and microwave for 4 minutes.
  • Strain the berry mixture in a fine-mesh sieve to remove seeds and pulp. You should have about 1 cup of blackberry liquid.
  • Add the gelatin mixture to the warm blackberry liquid and whisk to combine.
  • Add lemon juice, heavy whipping cream and 1.5 cups of Zevia Blackberry Water to the bowl and whisk well to combine.
  • Turn on your ice cream maker and carefully add the sherbet mixture. Allow to freeze for 20 – 30 minutes.
  • Transfer to a plastic freezer-safe container and freeze.
  • Serve and enjoy!

Recipe Video

Notes

  • This recipe works great with blueberries or raspberries.
  • Any brand of flavored seltzer should work in place of Zevia.

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Nutrition Facts

6 servings per recipe


  • Amount Per ServingCalories153
  • % Daily Value *
  • Total Fat 15g 24%
    • Total Carbohydrate 3.75g 2%
      • Protein 2g 4%

        * The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

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