Refined Sugar-Free Orange Sorbet Recipe | 3 Ingredients

Get ready. We are giving you the easiest version of the best orange sorbet recipe ever. Getting to this heavenly taste will only keep you busy for 15 minutes. If you’re ready, let’s start.

3 Ingredients Creamy Orange Sorbet Recipe

Let us present you with this heavenly taste. A bowl, a hand blender, and a core remover tool. That’s all the equipment you need.

If you don’t have a core remover, a teaspoon will probably do as well. Follow the step-by-step guide and learn more.

Orange Sorbet Recipe

Step by Step Orange Sorbet Recipe

Who Is Suitable for Orange Sorbet Recipe?

This recipe is healthy enough to be suitable for vegans, vegetarians, refined sugar-free dieters, those following a low-fat diet, gluten-free dieters, low-sodium dieters, calorie counters, and many more.

But don’t forget to use unsweetened almond milk.

Other than that, it is not suitable for those following a low-carb diet. And if your doctor has a special meal plan for your health, do not add food to your menu without his/her approval.

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Refined Sugar-Free Orange Sorbet Recipe

Orange Sorbet Recipe

Think of an orange peel as a cup filled with creamy, cool ice cream that is both sweet and sour, without any syrup. Its sweetness comes only from a bit of honey.

This Refined Sugar-Free Orange Sorbet Recipe won't tire you out; there's no need for long hours in the kitchen. It's budget-friendly, and you probably already have the ingredients at home.

The great news is that it's only 140 calories per serving.

Prep Time 15 minutes
Freezing Time 4 hours
Total Time 4 hours 15 minutes


  • Orange (Medium, 3)
  • Honey (2 tbsp)
  • Almond Milk (1 1/2 cups)


  1. Cut the oranges just below their tops, as shown in the image, creating cups from the oranges. Orange Sorbet Recipe
  2. Next, make cuts around the inside with the tip of a knife and hollow them out with a core remover tool. Collect the juice in one glass and the pulp in another. Orange Sorbet Recipe
  3. Freeze the orange peels, juice, and pulp for 2 hours. Then, combine the almond milk, frozen pulp, frozen juice, and 2 tablespoons of honey in a deep bowl and blend with a hand blender until smooth.
  4. Pour this mixture into the orange peels and freeze again for 2 hours.


Before using the oranges, keeping them in the freezer for half an hour in whole their forms helps you get a better filling.

If you use two more orange peels, you can get 5 sorbets. Otherwise, the extra filling may remain.

Nutrition Information



Serving Size


Amount Per Serving Calories 140Total Fat 1gNet Carbohydrates 29gProtein 2g

Storage Conditions

If you have extra orange sorbet left and you want to keep it, you can keep it in the freezer for up to 2 days.

Or if you are preparing them for your guests, making them the night before and keeping them in the freezer will allow you to have better desserts.

Bottom Line

Now you know one more easy refined sugar-free recipe. Get rid of heavy chocolate desserts, syrups, and granulated sugar.

Instead, citrus fruits and a little honey work well to relieve your sugar cravings.

Moreover, they are light and fresh and very suitable for all family members because they are homemade and totally your product.

Inspired by orange’s beautiful color and irresistible taste, the only question that will remain in your mind while reading this tried recipe is when to start preparing it.

Prepare your dessert and please share your experiences with us in the comments.

Bon Appetit!

See Also

No Sugar Diet

Sugar Free Lemonade Recipe

Vegan Chickpea Meatballs

Low Fat and Low Calorie Blackberry Galette

Gluten Free Ice Cream Cookie Sandwich

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