Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Vintage Buttermilk Pineapple Sherbet Recipe

Vintage Buttermilk Pineapple Sherbet Recipe
Today I am sharing this vintage recipe with you.  This came out of a recipe book from a Florida church that my grandmother gave to my Mother.  It is called simply Buttermilk Sherbet. The best part is no churn and 3 ingredients!  This is my favorite kind of summer recipe.

Buttermilk Sherbet

2 cups buttermilk
1 small can (8 oz.) crushed pineapple
1/2 granulated sugar

Mix and dissolve sugar thoroughly.  Freeze, stirring occasionally.  I just stirred it once and it came out really well.
You have to let it thaw a little to scoop it, but it scooped out nice too.
The lime sherbet I made also and I made it with a frozen Limeade concentrated mix.  I added a cup of that instead of the cup of pineapple and it came out more like ice milk and it was very hard to scoop.  It was just too much like a block of ice.  So, I think you could make other flavors of this, just use the fruit pulp crushed with the juice to equal a cup and it should freeze as nice as the pineapple did.

Vintage Buttermilk Sherbet Recipe
Are you enjoying summer?  We are savoring every moment! 

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I will link with these parties:

Foodie Friday at Rattlebridge Farm
Tickle My Taste Buds Tuesdays at Lori's Culinary Creation
Delicious Dishes at Walking on Sunshine


Alexis @ Chemistry Cachet said...

This looks wonderful Sherry!! The perfect summer treat!

Pam Richardson said...

Sherry, this recipe sounds so good and perfect for our days of heat and humidity! Pam @ Everyday Living