Princess Sorbet… and Dreamy Dragonberry Delight!

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‘Princess Sorbet’ ~ Dragonfruit & Lime

All princesses deserve ‘fairy tale’ food ~ 

and what could be more ‘fairy tale-ish’ than dragonfruit? 

Princess Sorbet... and Dreamy Dragonberry Delight! - Quirky Cooking 

The colour and texture of this fruit are enough to delight any princess, but with your trusty Thermomix you can magically transform it into a jewel-coloured sorbet, or a delightful, dreamy dessert! Your little princess is sure to be enraptured!

Princess Sorbet... and Dreamy Dragonberry Delight! - Quirky Cooking 

Dreamy Dragonberry Delight ~ Dragonfruit & Strawberry 

What princess could resist this amazingly dreamy Dragonberry Delight?

(Actually, not even dragon-slaying boys can resist this one, 

even if it IS hot pink!)

Princess Sorbet (Dragonfruit & Lime)
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  1. zest of 1-2 limes (depending how 'zingy' you want it)
  2. 90g Rapadura
  3. juice of 1 lime
  4. 200g fresh dragonfruit
  5. 350g ice
  6. 350g ice
  7. 1 egg white
  1. Place lime zest and Rapadura into Thermomix bowl and grind on speed 9 for 30 seconds.
  2. Add lime juice, dragonfruit & first batch of ice and grind on speed 9 for 10 seconds.
  3. Add second batch of ice and egg white, and grind on speed 9 for about 1 minute, using spatula to push ice onto blades.
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Dreamy Dragonberry Delight
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  1. 350g frozen dragonfruit (chopped into small pieces)
  2. 250g frozen strawberries
  3. juice of half a lemon
  4. 60g - 80g raw honey
  5. 2 egg whites
  1. Place frozen dragonfruit into Thermomix bowl and grind on speed 9 for 20 seconds, helping it along with spatula.
  2. Add strawberries and lemon juice, and grind on speed 9 for 20 seconds, until all the fruit is finely ground.
  3. Add honey & egg whites, insert butterfly, and whip on speed 4 for 4 minutes.
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How’s that for a snack fit for a princess!

17 thoughts on “Princess Sorbet… and Dreamy Dragonberry Delight!

  1. Rachel says:

    My Thermie arrives with my parents on Friday! I can’t wait…for my parents to get here that is…

    Anyway, dragonfruit abounds here and the strawberries are coming back for their second run which is a God-thing because I thought we’d missed strawberry season so you can be sure this will be one of the first things we make!

  2. Jo Whitton says:

    Yippeee! I hope you have a great time with your family and Thermy!! Let me know what you think of the sorbet – I’ll bet your little sister will love it! 😉

  3. Anonymous says:

    That looks so beautiful. I love red dragonfruit so much. They cost a fortune in Townsville. I saw them for $9.95 each the other day! Where do you source them Jo?


  4. Bootcamp says:

    Wow, look at the color! Perfect for a princess party for sure. And the best part is, it’s a healthy treat! Thanks for the great recipe!

  5. Kylie says:

    I just stumbled onto your blog, a homeschooler and a too YAY!!! Although my TM certainly doesn’t get used like yours does, very impressive.

    In case your interested we have a social networking site for qld homeschoolers – and there is a small group of TM users on there also. 🙂

  6. Kellie says:

    I just got 3 Dragonfruit for $5 at the Strand Markets in Townsville – making this tonight as a trial for my daughters birthday.

  7. Jo Whitton says:

    Hi Kellie, hope you like it! I find it really needs the lime or strawberries or something, otherwise it’s a bit bland on its’ own. Have fun!

  8. Haidee says:

    We picked our first dragon fruit today and I knew exactly what to do for dessert! I don’t have a Thermy (yet!) but did attempt the sorbet in the blender, it wasn’t really solid but boy it was YUMMY!!!!!
    I halved the sugar and used coconut sugar which was perfect. The lime was just right and it was so refreshing. Thanks for sharing all these wonderful recipes 🙂

  9. Anonymous says:

    Hi Jo,
    I am just wondering whether a thermomixer is really necessary for your sorbets or ice creams. Could it be possible to to user a mixer or beater then pour the miz into a tray and freezer to set overnight

  10. Emily says:

    What a coincidence I did this for my daughter’s 6th birthday. It’s funny because in the end we made way too much food. We did scones & jam & cream (but GF scones are attainable I’m sure… I’ve never been able to succeed at them), coconut ice – I’m wondering if you can find a clean recipe of this. It’s just desicated coconut, sweetened condensed milk and pink food colouring. You could use beetroot juice to colour and maybe something like agave or rice syrup instead of the condensed milk?? Also lots of berries and watermelon. For the “tea” we went to an op shop and bought a bunch of cute old fashioned teapots. I then ran some berries, and a few apples, through my juicer and mixed the juice with soda water, served it in the tea pots, they loved it!! And we had a huge pink tablecloth 🙂

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  12. Jenn says:

    The combination of dragonfruit and lime was really nice and tasted good, I used only zest of 1 lime though. the sorbet came out a little runny, I will perhaps try again with less ice?

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