Refreshing Sangria Sorbet

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Preparation Time 10 minutes Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 4 Cost Per Serving $1.44
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1 1/2 cupsGrapes, frozen
1 cupStrawberries, frozen
1/2 cupOrange Juice, fresh squeezed
1/2 cupCarbonated Water
1/2 cupFresh Mint


  1. Add frozen grapes, strawberries, mint and orange juice to a food processor and blend until smooth. Add more liquid or frozen fruit to get the texture you want.
  2. Divide sorbet into your glasses, top with some carbonated water and fresh mint sprigs.


  • ​Choosing frozen fruits can save you time in the kitchen because there is no need to wash, peel or chop them!
  • Frozen fruit can be just as nutritious as fresh fruit if you purchase it plain without added syrups or sweeteners. If you don’t have fresh fruit available, frozen fruit is a great option because freezing helps preserve its nutrients. Frozen fruit is a great budget-friendly option, especially if you buy large bags.
  • You can save money by buying fresh, local fruit in season and freezing it for use all year. Try freezing berries, grapes, cherries, or peach, apple, or mango slices. Frozen fruit will keep in the freezer for up to one year.
  • To freeze fruit:
    • Rinse the fruit and cut away any spoiled parts, slice if you wish
    • Place fruit pieces or slices in a single layer on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper to prevent the fruit from sticking together
    • Once frozen solid, put into freezer bags and make sure to squeeze out all the air before sealing
    • Label the bags with the ‘Use By’ date one year from freezing so you know when to use it by