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Day #365 Pink Grapefruit Sorbet (unreleased Everyday Raw Desserts)

July 25, 2010

I AM FINISHED!!! I MADE A RAW FOOD RECIPE EVERY SINGLE DAY FOR THE LAST YEAR FROM MATTHEW KENNEY’S EVERYDAY RAW AND ENTERTAINING IN THE RAW!

I have decided that I will post a list of the Top 10 recipes that I made all year. I will post it sometime this week.

I want to tell all my family Thank you! Thank you for supporting me through all of my learning experiences. Thank you to my friends that tried my goodies! Thank you to all of you that have been reading the blog. Please email me and let me know what you thought of it all.

A special and most grateful Thank you to my husband! You support me more than anyone I know. You love me for the way I am and you are my Best Friend! This year we have grown closer together than ever and I am looking forward to our journey TOGETHER FOREVER!

Thank you to Matthew Kenney for allowing me to do such a fun project and supporting it.

Thank you to Meredith for sending all the recipes and answering questions when I was lost:)

MOST OF ALL THANK YOU JESUS!

For my final recipe on the Matthew Kenney Project I made Pink Grapefruit Sorbet. Just last week we went to St. Augustine and my son got the Grapefruit Gelato. It was ironic that Meredith sent me this recipe. It is perfect to celebrate our last dessert for the project, along with the Spiced Pineapple Cake.

Pink Grapefruit Sorbet Ingredients

Large pink or red grapefruit, chopped with seeds and membranes removed
Agave
Frozen banana
Water
Lime juice
Beet juice (optional)

Blend all ingredients until smooth. Pour into ice cream maker and follow manufacturer’s instructions.
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The Grapefruits were luscious! So easy to peel and surprisingly sweet.

Matthew Kenney Project July 2010 049Here I am making the last recipe of my 356 days!

Matthew Kenney Project July 2010 050The ice cream maker was very full!

Matthew Kenney Project July 2010 056Mouth Watering

If you love the flavor of grapefruit, you will love this dessert. The combination of the Spiced Pineapple Cake and Grapefruit Sorbet doesn’t go very well together, because the cake is too sweet, it leaves the sorbet tasting very sour, but both of them separate are great! Several people have tried the Cake and loved it. The Grapefruit Sorbet is great for a summery, light, treat. It’s nice to have something that is light. Everything in the ice cream maker has had nuts in the recipe. I am brain storming to see what other fruit would be good. This recipe made so much liquid, I have half of the recipe in my refrigerator. I filled up my ice cream maker to the top with half of this recipe.

This recipe will be made again, especially when my grapefruits come in on my trees.

Well, this wraps up my project. I am sad to see it done, but elated that I finished and learned so much!

“Let your mind start a journey thru a strange new world. Leave all thoughts of the world you knew before. Let your soul take you where you long to be…Close your eyes let your spirit start to soar, and you’ll live as you’ve never lived before.”~Erich Fromm

Posted in Matthew Kenney Project 9 years, 4 months ago at 6:04 pm.

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