Apple & Cinnamon Sorbet

I personally like the blend of apple and cinnamon….. I sometimes dust powdered cinnamon on cut fruits and they really taste good 🙂
We are just out of monsoons and what better way to enjoy the frozen dessert in the coming season of heat and humidity.

1 big apple
1 cup water
3tsp natural brown sugar or demerara sugar(you can add more if you like it sweeter)
2tsp lemon juice
1tsp cinnamon powder

Slice apples into thin slices, leaving skin on.Blend the apple in a liquidiser to get a smooth purée.
Make a simple syrup with sugar and water, bringing liquid to a boil.It should have a thin syrup like consistency.Let the syrup cool.
Combine the syrup with purée,lemon juice and cinnamon.Freeze overnight or till it is set . Spoon it into martini glasses and serve immediately (serves four).

This is my submission to this month’s SOS Kitchen Challenge, hosted by Ricki of Diet, Dessert and Dogs and Kim of Affairs of Living.The SOS challenge invites blogger/non blogger to create new recipes based on one key ingredient and should be vegan, no refined sugars, and natural, whole foods ingredients only.

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6 Comments on “Apple & Cinnamon Sorbet”

  1. Kim says:

    What a brilliant idea! This looks totally delish. What a wonderful, new way to enjoy the warm flavors of spices and apples! I must try this. Thanks for sharing and participating in the SOS. 🙂 Kim | http://www.affairsofliving.com

  2. Megha says:

    Thank you Kim :)SOS is a great concept and would love to participate every month.

  3. Ricki says:

    What a wondrful way to enjoy apples! I would never have thought to freeze the mixture, but it sounds delicious. Thanks so much for your entry to the SOS Challenge! 🙂

  4. Megha says:

    Thanks Ricki!!I like your blog…it's very interesting 🙂

  5. Deanna says:

    Yum – it's the apple version of the ever so popular banana soft server. 🙂

  6. Rita says:

    This sounds like it might taste like the Apple Sorbet that I used to splurge on occasionally at a fancy restaurant – thank you for sharing!


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