3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet (Paleo, Vegan, Dairy-Free, GF)

 

3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet (V, GF): a 5 min prep recipe for refreshing paleo strawberry sorbet made with just 3 healthy ingredients! Paleo, Dairy-Free, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Refined Sugar-Free.

It’s the First Day of Summer! And in case you hadn’t noticed, I’ve been particularly excited about this day. And it’s not just delicious coconut milk that’s got me feelin’ this way! Hehe.

See: All of the summer dessert recipes I’ve shared this year, and all the other years!

There’s just something about hot hot heat (anyone here love that band?) and baking that do not make for good bake fellows. You know I love me some baking, but the second it gets even mildly hot, I think twice about turning on that oven. I turned the oven for like 1 second to make this vegan gluten free blueberry crisp and then swiftly ran away from all of that heat. (Yes, 1 actual second because the BB test kitchen is MAGIC!! lol). .

3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet (V, GF): a 5 min prep recipe for refreshing paleo strawberry sorbet made with just 3 healthy ingredients! #Paleo #DairyFree #Vegan #GlutenFree #RefinedSugarFree #HealthyDesserts #Sorbet #FrozenDesserts | Recipe at BeamingBaker.com

Since we’re all big fans of no bake here, I thought we could easily keep our sweet tooth’s (was that weird or should I have just said ‘sweet teeth’ which I totally think is way weirder?) satisfied by making some tasty frozen desserts!

Anywho, one thing I heard over and over last summer was that folks wanted super easy, no churn, NO ice cream maker recipes–the less work, the better right?

Voilà: may I present to you my 3 ingredient strawberry coconut sorbet, made without an ice cream maker. It is, in fact, super easy to make, practically effortless, and totally mouthwatering. Yaaaaaas!!

And best of all, it’s made with one of my favorite ingredients of all time: full-fat coconut milk. When Fiesta Tropicalé reached out to me about trying their organic coconut milk, I was excited and wary. How would it compare to ALL of the brands of coconut milk I’ve tried over the years? Would it compare?

3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet (V, GF): a 5 min prep recipe for refreshing paleo strawberry sorbet made with just 3 healthy ingredients! #Paleo #DairyFree #Vegan #GlutenFree #RefinedSugarFree #HealthyDesserts #Sorbet #FrozenDesserts | Recipe at BeamingBaker.com

My friends, I’m here to say that it DOES. And it goes above and beyond that. The second you open a can of Fiesta Tropicalé’s Organic Coconut Milk, you’re in Coconut Heaven. I honestly don’t remember the last time I swooned over the aromas coming from a freshly-opened can of coconut milk! The scent is rich, appetite-inducing, and bursting with all the coconut YUM.

The last time I opened a can of this coconut milk, this happened: As if on cue, my mom aka “Grams” chooses that exact moment to call me. . As the Official Beaming Baker Coconut Expert, my mom knows when she’s needed. She innocently asked me if I had any coconut desserts ready. Erm, why yes, Mommy, I do!

How did you… know?

We quickly made plans to meet up. Erik and I shuttled over all the strawberry coconut sorbet we could fit in our bags, along with a couple precious cans of Fiesta Tropicalé’s Organic Coconut Milk, and headed over to Grams’. I literally had to have this whole to-do/presentation about opening up a can for her. The second I did, she immediately began inhaling that amazing coconut scent and discreetly and quickly putting away the cans of coconut milk I brought over… just in case I changed my mind about sharing. 😉

3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet (V, GF): a 5 min prep recipe for refreshing paleo strawberry sorbet made with just 3 healthy ingredients! #Paleo #DairyFree #Vegan #GlutenFree #RefinedSugarFree #HealthyDesserts #Sorbet #FrozenDesserts | Recipe at BeamingBaker.com

She absolutely LOVED this 3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet and refused to let go of the Fiesta Tropicalé organic coconut milk I brought over. My mom, folks! 😉

As for Erik and I, this strawberry-filled delight is one of our favorite refreshers when we’re feeling like a lighter frozen dessert. It comes together in just 5 minutes. Seriously. Okay, aside from the actual freezing part. But you know if I could do something about that, I would! 😉

All that you need to make this healthy paleo strawberry sorbet are just two ingredients: strawberries (fresh, then frozen, or just frozen to begin with) and a can of Fiesta Tropicalé’s full-fat coconut milk. The cool thing about their coconut milk is that it’s 100% USDA Organic, Kosher, Non-GMO, Gluten-Free, Vegan and Dairy-Free! My mom especially appreciates that it’s made with no added sugars, preservatives or whiteners (cuz who wants to feed that to their loved ones?!).

The 3rd and optional ingredient, maple syrup, adds a wonderful sweetness that you can adjust as you’d like. Heck, you can even leave it out if your strawberries are super sweet already, or you just like a more tart sorbet.

3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet (V, GF): a 5 min prep recipe for refreshing paleo strawberry sorbet made with just 3 healthy ingredients! #Paleo #DairyFree #Vegan #GlutenFree #RefinedSugarFree #HealthyDesserts #Sorbet #FrozenDesserts | Recipe at BeamingBaker.com

If I haven’t got you convinced about this 3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet yet, allow me to shower you with all of its finest points. 😉 It’s…

  • made with just 3 ingredients
  • deliciously paleo, vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free
  • a great healthy strawberry sorbet recipe for those who want to make one without any added sugar (just leave out the maple syrup)
  • just the perfect way to learn how to make strawberry sorbet (for beginners and for the advanced hehe)
  • cool, refreshing, and bursting with strawberry flavor
  • exactly what you need to satisfy your coconut cravings… especially when it’s made with Fiesta Tropicalé’s Organic Coconut Milk!
  • just the delicious homemade paleo sorbet recipe you’ve been looking for! 🙂
  • the perfect way to say “kiss my butter, hot hot heat!” this summer. 😉

Are you ready to kick some hot summer butt(er) with this healthy vegan strawberry sorbet? 🙂 I know you’ll just love it! Wishing you and your loved ones a wonderfully relaxing summer filled with good times and all the love. It’s always a delight sharing in these kitchen adventures with you. Thank you for stopping by! I can’t wait to hear what you think of this recipe. 🙂

Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤

 

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3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet (V, GF): a 5 min prep recipe for refreshing paleo strawberry sorbet made with just 3 healthy ingredients! #Paleo #DairyFree #Vegan #GlutenFree #RefinedSugarFree #HealthyDesserts #Sorbet #FrozenDesserts | Recipe at BeamingBaker.com

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3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet (V, GF): a 5 min prep recipe for refreshing paleo strawberry sorbet made with just 3 healthy ingredients! #Paleo #DairyFree #Vegan #GlutenFree #RefinedSugarFree #HealthyDesserts #Sorbet #FrozenDesserts | Recipe at BeamingBaker.com

3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet (Paleo, Vegan, Dairy-Free, GF)


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3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet (V, GF): a 5 min prep recipe for refreshing paleo strawberry sorbet made with just 3 healthy ingredients! Paleo, Dairy-Free, Vegan, Gluten-Free, Refined Sugar-Free.


Ingredients

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Instructions

  1. Add strawberries, coconut milk and maple syrup (if using) to a food processor or blender.
  2. Blend until smooth, scraping down the sides of the blender as needed.
  3. Pour into a freezer-friendly, airtight container. Freeze for 3-6 hours, or until completely frozen. Allow to thaw for 10-50 minutes before scooping—this treat can take a while to thaw. Or, follow quick-thaw instructions in Notes.** Enjoy!This is my preferred brand of full-fat coconut milk to use: Fiesta Tropicalé Organic Coconut Milk.

    Also try this incredible paleo vegan Chocolate Chocolate Chip Coconut Vegan Ice Cream.

Notes

*Do not chill coconut milk as it will result in solid coconut chips and a less creamy, less smooth sorbet. Use room temperature canned coconut milk. Shake well to mix. Best when completely liquidy.

**To quickly thaw, first ensure that sorbet is in a microwave-safe container. Microwave in 15-second increments until slightly soft and scoopable.

Store in an airtight container in the freezer for up to 2 weeks. Before serving, allow to thaw for about 10-50 minutes or follow quick-thaw instructions. Scoop and enjoy!

  • Category: Frozen Desserts, Paleo, Vegan, Dairy-Free, Gluten-Free, Refined Sugar-Free, Healthy Desserts

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Here are a few items I used in today’s recipe. 🙂
My favorite ingredient of all: the Fiesta Tropicalé Organic Coconut Milk. It’s unsweetened, paleo, vegan, gluten free and non GMO. 🙂 Click below to buy!

3 Ingredient Strawberry Coconut Sorbet (V, GF): a 5 min prep recipe for refreshing paleo strawberry sorbet made with just 3 healthy ingredients! #Paleo #DairyFree #Vegan #GlutenFree #RefinedSugarFree #HealthyDesserts #Sorbet #FrozenDesserts | Recipe at BeamingBaker.com

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71 Comments

  1. This was a refreshing treat. There’s plenty of flavor and makes enough for my family of 5. I love how this doesn’t call for sugar and still it’s plenty sweet.

    1. Here’s a great idea and sugar free…instead of adding the calories and flavor of maple syrup if you want it to be sweet then you can use liquid Stevia. Start with 5 drops and add in increments of 5 until it’s your preferred sweetness. I just need to mention that if you get carried away with it then it will take a bitter turn. So less is better. I would imagine no more than 25 drops for super sweet.

  2. Thank you so much!!! This is AMAZING!!! i had a can of cream of coconut in the house (rather than coconut milk) so I gave it a whirl. It was great! So creamy and I didn’t need to thaw the ice cream. I typically buy strawberry coconut ice cream for my son and it is pricey. Now I can make it whenever we want with ingredients that I already keep in the house. Can’t wait to try your other recipes!!!

    1. Excited to try this! Is thawing and refreshing ok? Or is it meant to be eaten all at once after thawing?

  3. Hello! I really love the simplicity of this recipe. I know this is a recipe not using an ice cream maker, but can it be made with one anyway? Will anything need to be added to do so?

  4. Hello there, I love all of the wonderful dessert recipes you post. Especially for ice cream. I was wondering, would almond milk be a fair substitute for this recipe? The people I am making it for are not fans of coconut. Thanks!

    1. Hi Melissa! Unfortunately, no… the coconut milk has a high fat content that makes this deliciously creamy.

    1. Hi Erin! That’s definitely gonna change up the creaminess of this recipe. You might end up with an ice cream more than a sorbet. Let me know how it turns out! 🙂

  5. I love super simple treat recipe like this one! And strawberry is my favorite flavor! I’m pinning this one to try ASAP – looks delicious!

    1. Haha yes, the fewer ingredients the better! . Awesome, hope you enjoy it Claudia!