Blueberry Strawberry Swirl Sherbet #SundaySupper

Blueberry Strawberry Swirl Sherbet
Four ingredients make this Blueberry Strawberry Swirl Sherbet so easy and so good! Wild blueberries, strawberry preserves, vanilla and sweetened condensed milk seal the deal. Add a dollop of whipped cream and you have sweet, Red, White and Blue treat.

Blueberry Strawberry Swirl Sherbet

Years ago when my daughter was just starting out on her own, her stepdad and I would throw parties outside for family and friends. Every warm weather holiday from Memorial Day through Labor Day consisted of a picnic of sorts. I’d make massive mounds of potato salad and macaroni salad. Cole slaw, watermelon and assorted beers, wine, soda, iced tea and iced coffee made their was to table.
Picnics and bbqs at our house were a must. A day of fun with volleyball, beanbags, music and just hanging out.
Everyone comes and goes as they want. Food was always available. You eat what you want.
Most times the evening ended in backyard fireworks.

Well, maybe not that spectacular! 😉

Desserts back then were cookies painted with red, white and blue icing. Sometimes a cake would appear with red, white and blue frosting. Rocket ice pops were popular as an ice cold treat for kids and adults.
Red, White and Blueberry Bars.
Red, White and Blueberry Bars_

 

Nowadays the large backyard picnics are over. But I still enjoy to celebrate with a bit of Red, White and Blue.
Blueberry Strawberry Swirl Sherbet takes the goodness of wild blueberries and sweetened condensed milk and makes a smooth, creamy sherbet.
Swirl in some chunky strawberry preserves.

Blueberry Strawberry Swirl Sherbet
Don’t forget to add some white. A large squirt of whipped cream is just the thing!
Blueberry Strawberry Swirl Sherbet

Blueberry Strawberry Swirl Sherbet

Blueberry Strawberry Swirl Sherbet

Blueberry Strawberry Swirl Sherbet #SundaySupper

Ingredients

  • 1 pound frozen wild blueberries
  • 1 (14 ounce) can sweetened condensed milk
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla
  • 1/2 cup strawberry preserves

Instructions

  • Place blueberries, vanilla and milk into a blender. Puree.
  • Pour into a freezer safe container.
  • Dot the top with teaspoonfuls of preserves. Swirl preserves into sherbet.
  • Freezer at least 3 hours until soft set. Better if frozen overnight.
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Food for Thought...How do you get your Red, White and Blue food fix? Maybe a fruit pie? How about a cherry blueberry cheesecake? I’d love to hear your thoughts in a comment below!

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24 Responses to Blueberry Strawberry Swirl Sherbet #SundaySupper

  1. Love the color of your sherbet, Cindy. Bet I’d love the taste, too! I so need to get an ice cream maker =)
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  2. Nikki says:

    What a beautifully refreshing and delicious was to celebrate the 4th! Can I please have a scoop now :)

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  4. Wow that sorbet looks so good! I’ve never made sorbet but I’ll have to try it out. Loved your fireworks video too!
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  6. Carlee says:

    This looks like a perfect way to celebrate on a hot 4th of July!
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  9. Liz says:

    What a spectacular color! And a bonus to have the strawberry swirl!!

  10. marye says:

    Backyard picnics are the best! I love the color of this and can’t wait to try it! Have a wonderful 4th!

  11. We love sherbert! It’s the perfect summer treat!
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  12. Wendy Klik says:

    This sounds amazing Cindy, I have never made sherbet but I can’t wait to try it now.
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  13. I’m an ice cream, frozen yogurt, soft-serve, sherbet, sorbet addict. If it’s cold and sweet, I want it in my mouth :)
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  14. Those fireworks are really something! And a frozen treat is always welcome this time of year.
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