Honeydew melon has always been one of my favorite foods. From its slightly sweet taste to its pale green color, everything about it makes me love it. So when I saw a video on YouTube that had a recipe for healthy honeydew sorbet, I had to try it.
My version didn’t turn out quite as well as theirs did (mine got harder faster, and it was difficult to scoop) but it tastes great and is a perfect summertime dessert. Plus, there’s nothing unhealthy in it at all–and the honey can be substituted for sugar if you want to make it vegan.
Fair warning, though: if you start eating it, chances are it’ll be sort of hard to stop.
- 1 pound honeydew chunks
- ½ tablespoon honey
- ¼ cup water
Freeze the honeydew chunks for 4 to 8 hours until frozen solid.
In your food processor, grind up the frozen honeydew on high speed until it resembles a thick paste. Then, mix in the water and honey, and grind for another minute on high.
Put the end result in a container, and freeze for at least another hour before serving.