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Kiwi Recipes

Kiwi Recipes: With the summers breaking all records, all we can fall back on are the juicy, citrusy summer fruits to refuel our body. I have always loathed summer season for the ever increasing heat, sweat and several gastro problems in the body such as indigestion. Yet love it for the many delicious fruits it brings with itself. From melons to mangoes and the vibrant green tangy kiwis, summer season offers a host of such fruits, which are not just flavourful but have amazing health benefits that are much needed to our body.

Kiwi isn’t an ordinary fruit. By looks, flavour and even when it comes to nutritional benefits, it is much distinct from other fruits. It has glistening green slices with dotted black seeds when peeled off from its brown fuzzy outer layer and offers a great sight for the eyes besides a tarty, refreshing flavour. With a Chinese origin, kiwi was earlier known as ‘yang tao’ and ‘Chinese gooseberry’ before it started to be commercially cultivated in New Zealand and marketed by the name of ‘kiwi’ because of its close resemblance to their national bird and was eventually crowned as the national fruit of New Zealand.

Kiwi Nutrition | Kiwi Fruit Benefits

Termed as an exotic fruit, kiwi rapidly garnered popularity across countries due to the many health benefits it offers. It is added to many desserts, cereals and salads or eaten just as is. According to the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA), 100 grams of kiwi contain about 61 calories, 1.14 grams of protein, 0.52 gram of fat, 14.66 grams of carbohydrates and about 3 grams of fibre. Besides all of this, kiwi is loaded with health benefits that give a major boost to our body. Let’s look at the many kiwi fruit benefits:

1. High On Vitamins & Minerals: With Vitamins A, B12, B6, E, iron, calcium and potassium, kiwi helps in proper functioning of the body by ensuring blood circulation in the vessels, iron absorption for healthy bones, good vision, etc.

2. Helps In Digestion: Presence of an enzyme known as actinidin helps in the proper digestion of proteins in the body and also helps patients suffering from irritable bowel syndrome.

3. Rich Source Of Vitamin C: While you might think that oranges and lemons are the only rich sources of vitamin C, kiwi also isn’t far from it. With a 154 percentage per 100 grams of vitamin C, kiwi proves to be a powerful antioxidant and also helps in boosting our immunity against harmful pathogens.

4. Good Source Of Dietary Fibre: Loaded with dietary fibre, kiwi helps in the prevention of numerous diseases. According to a study done by the University of Leeds, “Increasing consumption of fibre-rich foods can lower the risks of both coronary heart disease (CHD) and cardiovascular disease (CVD).”

With so much and more health benefits of kiwi, it would be ideal to include it in our diet. And to ease your next question of how to do that, we have a list of some of the best kiwi recipes to prepare at home.

Here Are 7 Best Kiwi Recipes To Prepare At Home:

1. Mango Kiwi Fuzz

Packed with two of the best summer fruits, the king of fruits-mango along with the tarty goodness of kiwi, this summer cooler is an absolute must-try. Perfect for summer season, this would instantly fuel you up in the sweltering heat.

(Also Read: 4 Energy-Packed Kiwi Drinks You Must Drink To Beat The Heat This Summer)

Kiwi Recipes: A sweet and tarty concoction of mango and kiwi makes for a refreshing summer drink to beat the heat this season!

2. Kiwi and Black Olive Dumplings

Who doesn’t like to indulge in a steaming hot platter of dumplings? Here is a delicious yet healthy kiwi recipe packed with mock duck along with black olives, kiwi syrup and paste with the outer skin made with wheat starch and potato starch. Mock duck is gluten-based vegetarian food made with wheat gluten and soy sauce. Kiwi and black olive dumplings are served with a kiwi-based sauce, which is poured atop.

Kiwi Recipes: This summer serve this mouthwatering combination of mock duck and kiwi and wow all at the dinner table.

3. Kiwi Upside Down Cake

Apple, pineapple, orange and other fruit cakes are too mainstream! Have you heard of kiwi cake? Here we have a delectable kiwi cake recipe packed with the goodness of pulpy kiwis blended with butter, flour, brown sugar, eggs and vanilla essence. Baked perfect fluffy, turned upside down and topped with glazed cherries, this cake is sure to please the kids!

(Also Read: 13 Best Easy Cake Recipes | Best Cake Recipes)

Kiwi Recipes: Kiwi cake, never heard before? Try this unusual upside down cake with fresh kiwis and cherries.

4. Kiwi Pavlova

A classic dessert from New Zealand, pavlova is known to be their national meringue dessert. It is basically a meringue-based cake named after the Russian ballerina Anna Pavlova. It has a crisp crust with a soft and light base. Kiwi pavlova has kiwis sliced between layers of meringue and topped with passion fruit syrup.

Kiwi Recipes: Here we whip up a version of a pavlova with a pistachio-almond meringue and kiwis.

5. Tangy Prawns With Kiwi Salad

Cooked prawns mixed with oranges, kiwi, nuts and herbs and topped with a delicious dressing of curd, lemon juice, honey and mustard. These are served with scrumptious mushroom rolls stuffed with mushroom mixed with butter, herbs and pepper. It’s a perfect dish to prepare as a side with your next meal.

Kiwi Recipes: Prawns mixed together with nuts, kiwi, herbs and dressing, served with mushroom rolls.

6. Kiwi Bread Halwa

A twist to that traditional halwa! Kiwi bread halwa has kiwi pureed to a thick mixture with sugar, cardamom powder and toasted bread pieces and further cooked with milk, ghee and sautéed nuts like cashews, almonds and pistachios.

Kiwi Recipes: Give a twist to your classic halwa and get amazed by the tangy flavors of kiwi along with gooey bread.

7. Melon And Kiwi Fruit Smoothie

Get yourself the fuel for the day with this nutritious and flavourful kiwi smoothie! Melon and kiwi fruit shake has a powerful blend of the two fruits along with papaya, grapes, plum, honey, milk and nutritious oats. It is just the perfect breakfast option to begin your day with.

(Also Read: Top 7 Smoothies Recipes | Easy Smoothie Recipes)

Kiwi Smoothie: This luscious smoothie is definitely a perfect one to prepare along with a quick and healthy breakfast.

These delightful kiwi recipes are the perfect way to include this wonder fruit in your daily diet. Prepare these at home and let us know your favourite kiwi recipe in the comments section below.

About Aanchal MathurAanchal doesn’t share food. A cake in her vicinity is sure to disappear in a record time of 10 seconds. Besides loading up on sugar, she loves bingeing on FRIENDS with a plate of momos. Most likely to find her soulmate on a food app.

Ah, the kiwi. The unique bright green fruit with a scruffy brown skin. It doesn’t look like it should taste as good as it does. This vitamin powerhouse is great in smoothies, salads, salsa, and more, so check out these paleo-friendly kiwi recipes like kiwi salad juice, acai bowls, and lettuce wraps.

1. Spicy Stawberry Dessert Salsa
Full of spice and spunk with strawberries, kiwis, apple, jalapenos, and lime juice, this dessert salsa is refreshing and simple without any refined sugars, or really any added sweetener at all. Of course, that changes if you serve it with the recommended paleo sugar cookies…which look amazing.


Photo: Whitty Paleo

2. Kiwi Salad Juice
Not a big salad eater? No big deal. Get your vitamins and greens in the form of this yummy and easy juice, made with kiwis, pear, cucumber, carrot, lemon, romaine lettuce, celery, mint leaves, and a knuckle of ginger. It’s bright and flavorful, but still sweet from the fruit.

3. Green Over Green With Green on Top Salad
Made exclusively with green ingredients, like salad is sweetener and more filling than it looks. The base is Swiss chard, but the toppings include grapes, kiwi, avocado, and a dressing of whole grain mustard with fresh sage, garlic, and extra virgin olive oil.

4. Rainbow Fruit and Yogurt Layered Ice Cream
This pretty ice cream cake reminds me of the Italian dessert, semifreddo, which means “semi frozen.” It has lovely layered colors and is made with raspberries, blueberries, kiwi, a sweetener of choice, and yogurt (this blogger uses vanilla coconut yogurt).

5. Strawberry Dream Healthy Bowl
If you’ve been around in the paleo scene for longer than a few minutes, you’ve probably experienced the magic of frozen bananas whipped and blended into an ice cream treat. This version combines that with strawberries for extra flavor, alone with kiwis, grapes, and almonds for the top.


Photo: Cotter Crunch

6. Homemade Electrolyte Orange Kiwi Citrus Slushy
This delicious drink is a great way to stay hydrated on hot summer days, or when you’re exercising and losing water. The fresh juices of orange, kiwi, and lime are rich in vitamin C, and sea salt adds much-needed minerals you lose when you’re sweating.

7. Mixed Berry Smoothie Bowl With Kiwi and Hemp Seeds
Smoothie bowls are a great compromise between a solid breakfast and something a bit easier to get down first thing in the morning, like a smoothie. This one is made with zucchini, banana, mixed berries, coconut milk, almond butter, and toppings like kiwi and hemp seeds.

8. Strawberry Kiwi Mojito Smoothie
This smoothie comes with the option to add rum or vodka, or leave it family-friendly without any alcohol. You’ll otherwise need strawberries, kiwi, fresh mint leaves, and crushed ice to make this ice-cold, refreshing drink that’s ideal for summertime.

9. Kiwi Strawberry Acai Bowls
Rich in antioxidants, acai is nourishing to your body and it’s delicious when blended with ripe banana, coconut milk, and frozen blueberries. This recipe starts with acai powder as the acai base. You can top with kiwis, coconut milk, walnuts, and ripe strawberries.


Photo: Heart Beet Kitchen

10. Fish Taco Lettuce Wraps With Mango Kiwi Salsa
Kiwi doesn’t have to be reserved just for sweet dishes and salad accessories. The kiwi in this recipe is an integral part of balancing the fish taco flavors, including cilantro, crisp radishes, and wild caught Alaskan cod. These are the perfect light lunch.

11. Healing Green Smoothie
This green smoothie is sure to give you the dash of afternoon energy you’re looking for, with apple, kiwi, spinach, ginger, mineral water, and a bit of lemon juice. As optional add-ins, try aloe vera gel fresh from a leaf, or a few raisins or dates for extra sweetness.

12. Dehydrated Kiwi Chips
I’m a huge fan of dehydrated fruit as a healthy snack and quick source of sustainable energy. Dried fruit from the store is usually filled with sweeteners, artificial coloring agents, and preservatives to keep it unnaturally bright. Embrace the natural, healthier look of real dried fruit.

13. Coconut and Kiwi Fruit Chia Pudding
Made with coconut milk, shredded coconut, vanilla extract, and fresh kiwi, this flavorful and naturally sweet chia seed pudding is one you’ll want to make every day. Black chia seeds help thicken the coconut milk and turn it into a rich pudding.


Photo: Mom Endeavours

14. Kiwi Watermelon Popsicles
We love making homemade popsicles in our house. They’re the ultimate treat that doesn’t need any sweetener if you use the right fruits. This recipe is great, because it uses only watermelon chunks and fresh sliced kiwi. It’s naturally sweet and colorful!

15. Pico de Gallo de Frutas
This fresh fruit salsa is made with kiwi, jicama, strawberries, lime juice, sea salt, and ground cayenne pepper. The hot and spicy pepper is amazing with the cold, sweet fruits and the juicy, refreshing texture of cubed jicama. You’re going to want to try this one.

16. Raw Kiwi-Banana Tarts
You know those glossy rainbow fruit tarts in the fancy bakery section of specialty grocery stores? This is the healthier, raw version, but with kiwi and bananas instead of berries. You’ll need pitted dates, raw nuts, cinnamon, salt, bananas, coconut milk, and kiwis.

Haven’t we all been there? Kiwi fruit goes on sale at the grocery store, so you buy a paper bag, just overflowing with delicious and gorgeous looking kiwis. You eat one or two of them and then they sit in your fridge for weeks before you sadly throw the rest in the trash. I’m not thrilled to admit it, but I’m definitely guilty of wasting my fair share of kiwis!

Kiwis are one of those fruits where other than just eating them raw, I have no idea what to do with them. But when I started looking, it turns out that there are TONS of amazing recipes you can use with your kiwis! You can juice them, freeze them, bake with them or use them in salads or on top of desserts. I had no idea. Or at least, I had never really thought about it before now. They are just so delicious when they are sweet and ripe!

I’ve always found them a pain in the neck to peel, and if you feel that way too, then I definitely recommend checking out the very first link on the list for how to peel a kiwi fruit. It’s brilliant, and it will make your life soooooo much easier if you need to peel a bunch in a hurry!

50+ Best Kiwi Recipes

I had no idea there were so many awesome kiwi recipes! From kiwi pavlova to chocolate covered kiwi ice pops and kiwi smoothies and kiwi crepes there are tons of mouth watering treats to inspire you! Which one looks the best to you?

How to Peel and Cut Kiwi Fruit via Steamy Kitchen

Vegan Chia Pudding with Kiwi via Kittenhood

Lemon Curd and Kiwi Crepes via Foodagraphy

Kiwi and Almond Crustless Tart via Angie’s Recipe

Kiwi Shortcake with Whipped Coconut Cream via Delia Creates

Double Layer Kiwi Pavlova via Bunny Eats Design

Kiwi Frozen Yogurt Sandwiches via Make The Best Of Everything

Kiwi and Pineapple Popsicles via Edible Perspective

Kiwi Topped Lemon Cheesecake Bar via Buttercup and Bourbon

Fried Plantain Chips with Avocado Kiwi Salsa via Cook Like a Champion

Kiwi and Tangerine Jam via Dulcis in Furno

Italian Kiwi Gelato via Edible Moments

Kiwifruit & Lime Cupcakes via Cuisine Paradise

Kiwi Citrus Salad via Pick Fresh Foods

No-Bake Kiwi Cheesecake via Spice Roots

Easy Kiwi Popsicles via Civilized Caveman Cooking

Chocolate Kiwi Dessert Pizza via Begin Within Nutrition

Vegan Kiwi Oatmeal via Healthy Happy Life

Kiwi Moscato Popsicles via Quarter Life Crisis Cuisine

Nutella and Kiwi Crepes via Closet Cooking

Kiwi Ricotta Cheese Tart via Cooking Melangery

Key Lime Tarts via Nutritionist in the Kitch

Kiwi Mojito Popsicles via Gimme Some Oven

Dehydrated Kiwi Chips via Thriving on Paleo

Vegan Kiwi Mango Cheesecake via Vegan Family Recipes

Breakfast Pie with Yogurt and Kiwi via Karla’s Nordic Kitchen

Fresh Kiwi Pavlova via Polka Dot Recipes

Kiwi Mango Salsa with Cinnamon Crisps via Perry’s Plate

Green Kiwi Smoothie via Cook With Owls

Panna Cotta with Kiwi Gelee via Testado, Provado & Aprovado

Kiwi and Strawberry Fruit Tart via Smoky Wok

Kiwi Lemon Cheesecake via Superfood by Sofie

Kiwi Lime Popsicles via Desire to Eat

Kiwi Salad with Honey-Ginger Dressing via Season with Spice

Fresh Kiwi Tartlets via Love & Olive Oil

Fresh Kiwi Crostini via A Communal Table

Kiwi Butter Cake via Miss Tam Chiak

Kiwi Strawberry Pavlova via Girl Cooks World

Kiwi Upside Down Cake via Raspberri Cupcakes

Coconut Kiwi Muddle via Swooned

Kiwi Orange Creamsicles via Desserts for Breakfast

Kiwi Mousse Cheesecake via Cukrowa Wrozka

Raw Kiwi Blueberry Tart via Blissful Basil

Kiwi, Avocado and Watercress Salad via Kitchen Apparel

Kiwifruit Kanten Jelly via Anncoo Journal

Kiwi Baked Oatmeal via Julie’s Food

Spinach Salad with Kiwi and Goat Cheese via Heather Homemade

Virgin Kiwi Mojito via La Fuji Mama

Chocolate Kiwi Popsicles via ShowFood Chef

Raw Kiwi Banana Tarts via The Kitchen Paper

Kiwi Vanilla Cupcakes via Cupcakes Garden

Kiwi Blueberry Cream Cheese Tart via The Other Side of Fifty

Eton Mess with Kiwi Mousse via Filozofia Smaku

Honeydew Kiwi Smoothie via Notecook

Kiwi Layer Cake via Gotuję bo lubię

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We have been eating fresh kiwis like crazy. Well……..when I say we I really mean my 2 year old and I. My 4 year old has suddenly become picky with certain foods! It is so funny to me because I almost think it is an independence thing for her. She loves saying she doesn’t like this or that, when I know that she actually probably does. Today my girls were playing dress-up and they were pretending to be ‘mean’ princesses. I told them I was going to make them some special ‘mean’ princess fancy sorbet. I knew that even though she doesn’t ‘like’ kiwi right now, she could not resist the fancy sorbet. If you have a picky eater, a frozen fruit sorbet is a great way to get them to eat fresh fruit.

You can make this in 3 simple steps:

1) Peel your fruit. (Unless you are using berries – then just rinse)

2) In a blender or food processor, blend your fruit, honey, and lemon juice. Pour into a shallow container to freeze. You can also use an ice cream maker if you have one.

3) If you used an ice cream maker, your sorbet will have a softer consistency and will be ready to serve. If you froze it in your freezer, then it will be a little harder. Ours took about 2 hours to freeze. One trick you can do is to scoop it back into your food processor and blend for just a few seconds to soften it up. Then serve!

Kiwis

While they were eating their fancy sorbet, I told my girls to show me their meanest princess face. My 4 year old was pretty good at it…………my 2 year old is still working on it. Ha. I love having little girls.

Kiwi Sorbet

Pin Course: Dessert Cuisine: American Keyword: Kiwi Sorbet Prep Time: 10 minutes Calories: 148kcal

Ingredients

  • 8 kiwis, peeled
  • 4 tbsp honey
  • juice of 1 lemon

Instructions

  • Peel kiwis and place in a food processor or blender. Pulse until well blended into a thick puree. Add honey and lemon juice. Blend.
  • Pour into a shallow container and freeze. Or use an ice cream maker.
  • Serve when sorbet is frozen.

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Nutrition

Calories: 148kcal | Carbohydrates: 38g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 1g | Sodium: 5mg | Fiber: 4g | Sugar: 30g

Kiwi fruit

The brown and hairy exterior of this egg-shaped fruit doesn’t look promising, but inside it’s a different story – sweet, yielding, bright green flesh, prettily dotted with black seeds.

The flavour is distinctive but hard to pin down – some say it’s like strawberry, others say pineapple. Its named after the bird of the same name from Zealand, where it’s also grown, though its other name, Chinese gooseberry, reflects its original country of origin.

Very high in vitamin C, kiwi fruit is far better eaten raw – cooking it destroys the vitamin content and the green colour. The enzymes it contains makes it good for tenderising meat, but they’ll also cause milk to curdle and will prevent gelatine and aspic from setting, so don’t attempt kiwi ice cream or jelly.

Availability

All year round.

Choose the best

Go for firm fruit that gives slightly when gently squeezed. Avoid wrinkled and bruised fruit.

Prepare it

Peel off the skin with a knife or vegetable peeler, then chop or slice. Alternatively, to eat it as a snack, cut in half and scoop out the flesh with a teaspoon.

Store it

If ripe, keep in the fridge – they’ll last around at week. If under-ripe, keep at room temperature.

Cook it

Try kiwi fruit sliced and used in puddings such as pavlova; blended in a smoothie; used as a rub or in a marinade for meat or squid.

Let’s be honest about dessert… we like it. We like it a lot. And if given a pass completely free of side effects, everyone in my house would eat ice cream after every meal. Given that utopia doesn’t exist yet, we opt for healthier desserts – like this amazing, delicious, smooth, freakishly easy to make Kiwi Sorbet!

When we decided to really change the way we approach food in our family, we incorporated a lot of fruits and vegetables. Obviously, there were huge health benefits to doing so – did you know that kiwi, for example, has been known to support a healthy immune system and blood pressure? I’ve always liked kiwi, but when I found that out, I went all out with the kiwi purchases, so that I could make delicious things – like kiwi sorbet.

Frozen Kiwi Sorbet

Kiwis are high in vitamins C, K, and E, as well as being high in folate and potassium. In fact, the Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology did a study that said that “kiwifruit may support immune function and reduce the incidence and severity of cold or flu-like illness in at-risk groups such as older adults and children.” Could a fruit possibly be any more perfect? So, not wanting to alter the nutrients by adding teaspoons full of sugar or sweetener, I came up with a delicious sorbet that uses two simple ingredients and has a whole lot of flavor.

Kiwi Sorbet for an Easy Dessert

The kiwi sorbet is not only scrumptious, it has become a family dessert favorite. The girls love it because it reminds them of ice cream. My husband and I love it because it’s delicious – and because the girls devour it without even thinking twice. Kiwis for the win!

For me personally, one of the best parts is that it’s so easy to make. I can quickly whip up a batch and stick it in the freezer before I start prepping dinner and it’s ready by the time we’re done eating. I’ve also made it in larger batches for summer picnics and family barbecues where it’s been a huge hit. (I also make this Berry Lemonade Cooler and this Frozen Raspberry Yogurt!)

An Easy Kiwi Sorbet

To make your own, all you need is a blender, kiwis, and a lemon or lime juice. Make sure that you puree the kiwi long enough to get a nice, smooth texture. If you scoop it into individual dishes before freezing, it makes it infinitely easier to serve. Besides, my girls love the adorable sorbet dishes that I put them in and know that it’s going to be a good dessert night when they see them.

If you’re searching for a dessert (or even breakfast!) that’s easy to make, filled with amazing nutrients and vitamins, and kid-friendly, this one’s for you. Happy sorbet eating, friends!

4.7 from 13 votes Kiwi Sorbet Prep Time 10 mins Total Time 2 hrs 10 mins Course: Dessert Servings: 2 people Author: Cynthia Rusincovitch Ingredients

  • 8 whole kiwis peeled and cup in half
  • 2 tbsp lemon or lime juice

Instructions

  1. Puree everything in a blender and pour into a container. Allow to freeze for a couple of hours. Scoop!

Recipe Notes

You can add sweetener if desired.

This recipe for Kiwi Sorbet couldn’t be easier. With only two ingredients, this frozen treat is destined to become a summertime favourite. Vegan, Paleo & Gluten Free.

Don’t you find that oftentimes, the simpler something is, the better? That rule applies to the sweetly delicious kiwifruit.

Are you a fan?

I’ve loved the simplicity of kiwis since childhood. My oldest brother, who did everything cool, was into the cut & scoop method of kiwi eating. Have you heard of it? Pretty self explanatory and SO simple. Cut that tasty sucker right in half and scoop out the goodness with a spoon. Done. Treat enjoyed.

So, cut to ( See what I did there? Cuuuuut to? Puns-R-Us), anyway, cut to last month when I was offered a sponsorship opportunity with zesprikiwi.com. They liked my idea for Kiwi Sorbet and I was chosen to join the project.

I never think I’ll get asked for these things as my Instagram follows are so low. I only joined the Instagram train in October when we moved to Vancouver and I got my first cell phone.

Yes, you read that right.

First.

Cell phone.

Or is it Smart phone? I’ve shunned it for so long but needed it for our cross country relocation. Either way, I was forced into getting one so why not embrace it and go full Instagram. 😉

Back to kiwis for a second though so you can fully get behind this frozen treat. Like so many whole fruits, kiwis provide potassium, fibre and Vitamins C & E. That’s a nice army of nutrients right there.

This Kiwi Sorbet is a killer recipe and I know I’ve done the fruit proud.

KIWI SORBET

This will become your summertime go-to.

It’s so easy too!

Remember how everyone went nuts about banana soft serve? This is the exact same concept. Slice up fruit, freeze it, puree it up in the food processor and you have sor-BAY, baby.

I added some fresh lime juice and that was it. No sugars, no sweeteners at all. We loved the sour, tart taste. This is NOT your sickly sweet ice cream type dessert. This is refreshing. A palate cleanser. A hydrating, vitamin C fruit bomb!

Enjoy. 🙂

*This post was sponsored by Zespri Kiwifruit. Zespri SunGold Kiwifruit can be found at local supermarkets from May to October.

MORE HEALTHY DESSERT RECIPES:

Double Chocolate Hazelnut Torte

Peanut Butter Chocolate Chip Freezer Fudge

Gluten Free Angel Food Cake

Fudgy Olive Oil Cupcakes

*Originally posted July 13, 2016. Updated June 1, 2019*

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5 from 4 votes Kiwi Sorbet Prep Time 15 mins Freeze 2 hrs

Kiwi Sorbet. This recipe couldn’t be easier! With only two ingredients, this frozen treat is destined to become a favourite. Vegan, Paleo & Gluten Free.

Course: Dessert, Snack Cuisine: American Keyword: kiwi sorbet, sugar free desserts Servings: 2 Calories: 93 kcal Author: Sharon Ingredients

  • 3 kiwis
  • 1 lime juiced

Instructions

  1. Peel the kiwis and slice them into rounds. Place the slices on a lined baking sheet and pop into the freezer until solid – approximately 2-3 hours
  2. Transfer the frozen kiwi slices to a food processor or high speed blender and add the fresh lime juice. Pulse the fruit until it reaches the consistency of sorbet. You will have to scrape the sides down a few times to get consistency
  3. Serve immediately or freeze. If you are freezing it will need a good 15 – 20 minute to thaw enough to eat
  4. Can easily be doubled, tripled, or quadrupled

Nutrition Facts Kiwi Sorbet Amount Per Serving (2 g) Calories 93 % Daily Value* Sodium 4mg0% Potassium 460mg13% Carbohydrates 23g8% Fiber 5g21% Sugar 12g13% Protein 1g2% Vitamin A 120IU2% Vitamin C 136.3mg165% Calcium 57mg6% Iron 0.6mg3% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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