Sorbet Terrine

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Only FIVE ingredients and a bread pan needed to make this impressive looking and beautiful dessert consisting of sorbet, frozen fruit, and vanilla bean ice cream. A show-stopping dessert that couldn't be easier to make! Via chelseasmessyapron.com

Only FIVE ingredients and a bread pan needed to make this impressive looking and beautiful dessert consisting of sorbet, frozen fruit, and vanilla bean ice cream. This show-stopping sorbet terrine that couldn’t be easier to make!

Only FIVE ingredients and a bread pan needed to make this impressive looking and beautiful dessert consisting of sorbet, frozen fruit, and vanilla bean ice cream. A show-stopping SORBET SLICE dessert that couldn't be easier to make! Via chelseasmessyapron.com

This has been one of our favorite desserts as of late. Refreshing, cool, tangy, and sweet. Plus when it only takes about 10 minutes to make and looks like that?! Well it’s been pretty popular around these parts!

Only FIVE ingredients and a bread pan needed to make this impressive looking and beautiful dessert! Recipe is from chelseasmessyapron.com

This dessert was inspired by this fun ice cream pie my mom made all the time growing up. She’d take two of our favorite ice creams and layer them into a prepared graham cracker crust. Press it all together and it would make an easy ice cream pie we went nuts over. This is a similar idea but made in a bread pan instead of pie tin. And instead of just ice cream, it’s made with frozen fruit, sorbet, AND ice cream.

This is the absolute perfect dessert to make ahead of time and have prepared for last minute company or to enjoy when the dessert cravings strike!

You can make it whenever you have a spare ten minutes (because that is honestly all it takes), freeze it and have it ready to share whenever. It stays good in the freezer for up to 2 months if it is tightly covered. Only FIVE ingredients and a bread pan needed to make this impressive looking and beautiful dessert!

The three main components to this recipe is a frozen fruit puree (that doubles as a serving “sauce”), mango sorbet, and vanilla ice cream. You basically pile all the ingredients together in a bread pan and then freeze it. Once the dish is sufficiently frozen, you slice it (like bread) and serve it with that leftover fruit puree. It doesn’t get much easier than that!

The frozen fruit you’ll use for this recipe is one of Dole’s berry blends of dark sweet cherries, blackberries, raspberries, and blueberries. This mix is my all-time favorite and the flavors pair incredibly well with the mango sorbet and vanilla bean ice cream.

Only FIVE ingredients and a bread pan needed to make this impressive looking and beautiful dessert! Via chelseasmessyapron.com

I typically just use frozen berries for smoothies, so this recipe was a fun and unique new way to use frozen berries. DOLE’s frozen fruit is all-natural fruit with no added sugar, making it perfect for smoothies, desserts, appetizer, drinks, and even dinner recipes. (I use frozen pineapple & mango chunks all the time in stir-fries and its delicious!)

DOLE frozen fruit is available all year with no washing, cutting, or mess packed in bags that are easily re-sealed. We love having fresh fruit in the freezer when you can’t find it in the stores.

So grab three ingredients in the frozen section of your store (you likely have the other 2 already) and get ready to fall in love with this dessert! 🙂
Only FIVE ingredients and a bread pan needed to make this impressive looking and beautiful dessert! Recipe from chelseasmessyapron.com

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Sorbet Terrine

5 from 3 votes
Only FIVE ingredients and a bread pan needed to make this impressive looking and beautiful dessert consisting of sorbet, frozen fruit, and vanilla bean ice cream. This show-stopping sorbet terrine that couldn't be easier to make!
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Sorbet Terrine

5 from 3 votes
Only FIVE ingredients and a bread pan needed to make this impressive looking and beautiful dessert consisting of sorbet, frozen fruit, and vanilla bean ice cream. This show-stopping sorbet terrine that couldn't be easier to make!
Course Dessert
Cuisine American
Keyword sorbet terrine
Prep Time 25 minutes
Chilling Time 8 hours
Servings 10 servings
Chelsea Lords

Ingredients

  • 1 package (12 ounces) Frozen Fruit Cherry Berry Blend (I use Dole)
  • 2 tablespoons heavy whipping cream*
  • 1/4 cup white sugar
  • 2 pints mango sorbet
  • 1/2 of 1 full container vanilla bean ice cream (48 ounces total in the container; use 24 ounces)
  • Optional: 1 teaspoon coconut extract

Instructions

  • Line a bread pan with parchment paper. (Foil will work, but parchment is a lot better.)
  • Set out the frozen berries, sorbet, and white ice cream at room temperature for 5-10 minutes. (If your home is warm, less time)
  • In a food processor or blender, blend the entire bag of berries, heavy whipping cream, sugar, and coconut extract (optional). Blend until completely smooth. Remove 1/3 of the puree and place in the fridge in tupperware.
  • Spoon small spoonfuls of the mango sorbet and vanilla bean ice cream into the bread pan in a decorative manner. Fill the empty spaces with the berry puree. Smooth and press down on the ice cream/sorbet to avoid any empty spaces.
  • Fill up the entire bread pan using up all of the sorbet, ice cream, and puree.
  • Cover tightly and freeze overnight or at least 8 hours.
  • When ready to serve, remove from the freezer and flip over onto a large plate. Slice to serve.
  • Serve with the reserved 1/3 of the berry puree.
  • Serve immediately and quickly return any leftovers to the freezer.

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Recipe Notes

*1 and 1/2 tablespoons milk can be substituted in a pinch.

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  1. 5 stars
    It’s the prettiest dessert! No one would have any idea that it’s only a handful of ingredients and a few minutes to prep because it’s so. dang. beautiful. Sounds so refreshing and wonderful!

  2. 5 stars
    Thank you for this idea! I’ve been looking for some creative dessert recipe for a while and this looks great! My husband and I are having a preacher and his family over for dinner, will try my best to make it look nice like yours. 🙂

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