Simple Low-Fat Fruit Sorbet

by | Updated: December 3rd, 2016 | Read time: 1 minute

It may be considered dessert, but even the sweetest, juiciest piece of fruit still seems like “just a piece of fruit” when you’re dieting. You want something indulgent, something splurge-worthy, after a calorie-controlled dinner—but it has to be something that won’t completely wreck your weight-loss plan. Here’s the solution. Creamy, cold and colorful, this sorbet is 100% fruit; but because it’s frozen, slushed and served like ice cream, your taste buds will be tricked (and your waistline saved). You’re welcome!

Simple Low-Fat Fruit Sorbet


Simple Low-Fat Fruit Sorbet

Serves 1

Total calories: 242
Protein: 2 grams
Carbs: 57 grams
Fat: 0.7 grams


1 large orange, peeled
1 cup unsweetened applesauce 1 cup seedless grapes
5 medium-size strawberries


1. Combine all ingredients in blender; blend to desired consistency.

2. Pour mixture into freezer-safe bowl or cup; freeze several hours.

3. Enjoy!