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Ninja Creami Blackberry Sorbet

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This delightful blackberry sorbet is made with fresh berries, creating a delicious sweet treat that bursts with summer flavor.

Making Ninja Creami blackberry sorbet is a great way to transform summer’s bounty into a frozen sweet treat that tastes amazing!

scoops of Ninja Creami blackberry sorbet in a glass dish, with fresh blackberries garnishing it.

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When I was a kid, we were lucky enough to have a couple of blackberry bushes growing in our backyard.

Every summer, my mom would send me out with a big bowl so I could pick enough berries for her to make a sweet treat with.

I’ve loved blackberry desserts ever since!

And although I don’t have bushes in my yard these days, my family often visits a local farm to pick berries each summer, and I also take advantage of sale prices on berries at our local grocery stores.

So naturally, I knew I wanted to try making Ninja Creami blackberry sorbet as a way to enjoy these sweet morsels!

The result was even better than I expected–so full of flavor, a silky smooth texture, and just the right amount of sweetness.

It’s one of my favorite Ninja Creami sorbet recipes, and once you try it, you’ll understand why!

Ninja Creami pint container of blackberry sorbet with an ice cream scoop in it

Blackberry Sorbet in the Ninja Creami

To make the best blackberry sorbet, you’ll want to start out with berries that are ripe.

These get pureed, which I then strain to remove the seeds. If you don’t mind seeds, you can skip that step.

Mix them with some sugar and a bit of citrus juice to brighten and enhance the flavor, and you’re ready to freeze!

After spinning in the Ninja Creami, the mixture is so refreshing, smooth, and truly decadent.

My husband said it’s one of his favorite varieties I’ve made in the Ninja Creami!

side view of a glass dish serving blackberry sorbet made in the ninja creami, garnished with fresh berries

How to Make Ninja Creami Blackberry Sorbet

It’s really easy to make this delicious treat.

Ingredients You’ll Need:

  • Fresh, ripe blackberries
  • Granulated sugar
  • Lemon or orange juice
overhead view of a pint of ninja creami blackberry sorbet

How to Make it:

(Full printable recipe card is located below)

Puree and straing the berries. Place the blackberries into a food processor and pulse to puree.

Place a fine mesh sieve over a mixing bowl.

Press the berry mixture through the sieve, which will separate the seeds from the rest of the pulp and juice.

Discard the seeds.

two photos; one shows blackberries in a food processor; the other shows the mixture being pressed through a mesh sieve to separate the seeds.

Mix the base. Add sugar and juice to the blackberry mixture, stirring well to combine.

Transfer the mixture to a Ninja Creami pint container.

two photos; one shows sugar and citrus juice added to blackberry mixture in a mixing bowl; the other shows the mixture in a ninja creami pint container.

Freeze. Close the lid on the pint container and transfer to a level surface in your freezer. Freeze for at least 24 hours.

Spin. Remove the container from the freezer and take off the lid.

Place the container into the outer bowl of the Ninja Creami, securing the outer bowl lid.

Place the outer bowl into the Ninja Creami machine, locking it into place.

Press the Sorbet button and allow the cycle to complete.

two photos; one shows frozen base of blackberry sorbet, the other shows the mixture after processing in the ninja creami.

Re-spin if needed. If your mixture seems crumbly after spinning, return it to the machine and use the Re-spin button.

If it’s still crumbly after that, add a tablespoon of water and re-spin once more.

Serve and enjoy!

a dessert cup of ninja creami sorbet made with fresh blackberries, with the pint container of remaining sorbet in the background, along with a spoon.

Notes and Adaptations:

  • Feel free to substitute a sugar-free sweetener instead of sugar. I like Lakanto monk fruit sweetener, but you can use whatever you prefer.
  • Straining the puree is technically optional. It does take a few extra minutes of time, but I like the smooth texture of the sorbet without the seeds.
close-up view of scoops of blackberry sorbet made in the Ninja Creami, served in a glass dish and garnished with blackberries.

Recommended Equipment:

Yield: Approx. 1 pint

Ninja Creami Blackberry Sorbet

a dish of Ninja Creami blackberry sorbet, garnished with fresh blackberries. A pint container of sorbet is in the background, and a spoon is next to it.

This blackberry sorbet is a sweet and flavorful treat, made easy with the Ninja Creami!

Prep Time 10 minutes
Additional Time 1 day
Total Time 1 day 10 minutes

Ingredients

  • 18-oz fresh blackberries
  • 1/4 cup granulated sugar
  • 1 Tablespoon lemon juice or orange juice

Instructions

  1. Add blackberries to the bowl of a food processor. Pulse until pureed.
  2. Place a fine mesh sieve over a mixing bowl. Use a spatula or spoon to press the blackberry mixture through the sieve, so the seeds are separated while the remaining mixture is pressed into the bowl. Discard the seeds.
  3. Add sugar and lemon or orange juice to the blackberry mixture, stirring to incorporate well, allowing the sugar to dissolve.
  4. Pour the mixture into a Ninja Creami pint container and close the lid. Place the container on a level surface of the freezer. allowing it to freeze for at least 24 hours.
  5. Remove pint from freezer and take off lid. Place the pint into the Ninja Creami's outer bowl, securing the outer bowl lid. Place the outer bowl into the Ninja Creami, locking it into place. Press the Sorbet button, allowing the cycle to complete.
  6. Remove the pint from the machine and check its texture. If the sorbet appears crumbly, insert it back into the machine and press the Re-spin button. If it's still crumbly after that, add a tablespoon of water and Re-spin once more.

Notes

  • 18-ounces of blackberries is roughly 3 cups of blackberries. This yielded slightly less than a pint of sorbet.
  • Feel free to use a sugar substitute instead of sugar, if desired. I like Lakanto monk fruit sweetener.
  • Straining the puree is technically optional. It does take a few extra minutes of time, but I like the smooth texture of the sorbet without the seeds.

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Nutrition Information:

Yield:

4

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 132Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 3mgCarbohydrates: 31gFiber: 7gSugar: 24gProtein: 2g

Nutrition information is automatically calculated and is not guaranteed for accuracy.

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two photos; one shows scoops of Ninja Creami blackberry sorbet in a dish, the other shows a pint of sorbet with a scoop in it.
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