This cool blueberry sugar free low carb sorbet is sure to please. It’s a yummy fruit treat made with plain Greek yogurt that has no added sugar.
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This is a simple way to make fruit sorbet. If you don’t have a food processor, a blender would also work.
We pick a lot of blueberries over the summer and freeze them to use later. I haven’t tried using other berries, but strawberries or raspberries should work well in this blueberry sugar free low carb sorbet recipe.
Strawberries are lower in carbs than blueberries so you may want to use them instead. And, if you are on a strict keto diet or having trouble staying in ketosis, it’s best to avoid too much fruit.
However, most people can enjoy this simple low carb sorbet without issue. Just don’t go overboard with the fruit.
So give this simple sugar free sorbet recipe a try. It’s a fantastic low carb treat! And, the calories are super low. I recommend using a liquid sweetener to keep the carbs as low as possible.
Blueberry Sugar Free Low Carb Sorbet Recipe
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Blueberry Sugar Free Low Carb Sorbet
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- 2 lbs Frozen Blueberries
- 1 cup Plain Greek Yogurt
- 1 cup low carb sugar substitute or equivalent liquid sweetener
- Add all ingredients to food processor.
- Puree until smooth.
- Eat immediately or put in freezer.
- To enjoy later, let thaw 10-15 minutes before scooping.
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