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Nectarine Sherbet

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Nectarines have such a delightfully tangy flavor, and it wouldn’t be summer without the juice of one running down your arm – it’s always sad to see the season end. One way to prolong your enjoyment of this summer fruit is to freeze them into luscious nectarine sherbet.

*Note – Allow 2 days preparation before planning to serve. One night to freeze the freezer bowl and one night for the sherbet to ripen.

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Nectarine Sherbet

Ingredients

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68 pitted and sliced nectarines

1/3 cup whole milk

1/2 cup sugar

1 teaspoon Rain’s Choice pure Vanilla Extract

Instructions

Prepare in advance by freezing an ice-cream maker freezer bowl over night.

In a blender, blend nectarine slices, milk sugar and vanilla until smooth. Place the freezer bowl into the ice-cream maker and turn it on. Pour the nectarine puree into the freezer bowl and churn for 20-25 minutes. Transfer the sherbet into a freezer safe container and freeze over night to ripen before serving.

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