Thank you so much for all the love you shared on my post, My Heart Attack Moment. Just in case you are catching up or this is your first time visiting, you can check it out here. I’m still doing a happy dance about my good fortune. It’s been so blazing hot lately and I’m not complaining just sharing, after all it’s the middle of August and in Texas, we may have another 60 days of this heatwave.
I’m so excited to share how I’m staying refreshed and enjoying the rest of my summer. I’ve been cooling off with these Pineapple Sorbet Popsicle’s and when I

Tell you how freakin easy they are to make, you will fill your freezer with plenty for you and some to share.
#pineapplesorbet #pineapplepopsicle
This recipe has three ingredients not counting the water to make the simple syrup! Thanks to my friends on Pinterest, this recipe is perfect for quenching your thirst and it’s semi-healthy since they’re created with a natural preservative, good old sugar and plenty of fresh fruit.
#pineapplesorbet #pineapplepopsicles
#pineapplesorbet #pineapplepopsicle
The only downfall to this recipe is waiting for the pops to freeze. I’ll be back tomorrow with more sorbet only this time I’ll be boasting berries.
#pineapplesorbet #pineapplepopsicle
Until next time,

Enjoy!

Easy Pineapple Sorbet Popsicles
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Ingredients

  • 16 oz. Fresh pineapple cut into cubes
  • 1 cup granulated sugar
  • 2 cups water
  • 1 Lemon

Instructions

  1. Prep- Combine sugar and water in a sauce pan and heat until sugar dissolves. Cook for 15-20 minutes. Remove from heat and allow the syrup to cool. Pour syrup into a glass jar and refrigerate. (This makes plenty of simple syrup for multiple sorbet batches of this recipe and stores well in the fridge for future use) Cut pineapple into cubes removing the center vein. Place pineapple cubes in a freezer bag and lay flat. Freeze pineapple. In a blender or food processor, add pineapple and blend. Add 4 to 6 tablespoons of simple syrup, the juice of one lemon and blend until smooth. Pour sorbet into a silicone or plastic mold. Place a wooden craft stick to the center of each mold. Return to the freezer and allow the popsicles to freeze until hard.
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