Watermelon-Pineapple Sorbet

Since my Watermelon lemonade was such a big hit I decided to take advantage of some more watermelon goodness while summer is still going strong.  Sorbet's are so yummy, easy and healthy which makes them good to eat whenever, but especially when you have fresh juicy watermelon and fresh pineapple!  This is so easy and is a great healthy replacement for what the ice cream man brings.

All you need is a sweet, juicy seedless watermelon, cubed. (Seedless makes it easy unless of course you got a watermelon like my "seedless" one which had plenty of seeds to pick out.)

Now cut up your fresh and yummy pineapple.  Start by cutting the top off, then standing it up and run your knife from the top to bottom cutting all the tough outer skins off, leaving only the yellow pineapple. Now, starting at the top again, cut the soft pineapple meat off from the hard fibrous center.  Cut into cubes.

Place your watermelon and pineapple chunks in a plastic container or plastic freezer bag and pop it in the freezer overnight.  The next day when you're ready for sorbet, just add as many watermelon and pineapple as you like.  Pull out your blender, like a Vitamix CIA Professional Blender

Blend until your sorbet is smooth. Return to the freezer for 30 minutes before eating.  Enjoy your cool treat right away or store in the freeze for later.  If you freeze some for later just remember to pull it out of the freezer and let sit at room temperature for about 10-15 minutes before serving.  


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