Healthy 1-Ingredient Tangerine Sorbet

If you are a fan of tangerines you are going to love this easy, healthy 1-ingredient tangerine sorbet recipe. It is packed with flavor, will curb your sweet cravings, boost your vitamin C intake, and is perfect for hot summer days. Grab your blender and let’s get blending mamas!

Not only are tangerines sweet, they are packed with flavonoids and vitamin C. Both are antioxidants that help your body get rid of oxidative stress, free radicals, and inflammation. Try this tangerine sorbet recipe and let me know what you think in the comments below.

Healthy 1-Ingredient Tangerine Sorbet

This recipe only takes 10 minutes to make if you freeze your tangerines overnight which I highly recommend. I usually freeze overipe fruits before they go rotten and you should too cause they do come in handy.

Tangerine Sorbet ingredients

Ingredients for 2 servings | Total time: 5 hours & 10 minutes

  • 6 medium tangerines (frozen)

Toppings (optional)

  • agave syrup
  • coconut flakes
  • dark chocolate flakes
  • crushed nuts

How To Make Tangerine Sorbet

Peel and remove the seeds from your tangerines and place them in an airtight container or a zip bag. Once ready to make your sorbet, remove the tangerines from the freezer and break them up into very little pieces.

I use any object available to crush them so that they blend more easily.

How To Make Tangerine Sorbet

Now go ahead and blend your tangerines until very smooth. Serve with any of the toppings from the list above. 

Tangerine Sorbet Nutrition Facts

Each serving of this recipe has | 134 calories | 0.8g total fat | 0.1g saturated fat | 5mg sodium | 33.6g total carbs | 4.5g dietary fiber | 26.7g total sugars | 2g protein | 132% vitamin C |93mg calcium | 418mg potassium | 15% vitamin B6 | 9% magnesium | 1797.9 IU vitamin A |

Note: These facts are based on a 2000-calorie diet | 1 serving is 1/2 a cup

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How To Store Tangerine Sorbet

I recommend you make enough to eat right away because I tried keeping it in the fridge for a few hours until my kids got home and it turned liquid.

You could keep it in the freezer and let it thaw before serving but that will take away its freshness and add more water from the ice to the sorbet.


Sorbets are great summer treats that your kids are going to love so I hope you save this post for later and try this recipe. It’s so easy and does not contain any additives or preservatives. If you do try the recipe, let me know what you think in the comments below.

You can also find me on Pinterest for more healthy recipes. Until next time, stay awesome mamas!

Tangerine sorbet

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