Recipe: Fresh Blackberry Elderflower Sorbet
- Wash and dry berries, and whirl them in the food processor until pureed, about 15-30 seconds. Put puree into a 4-cup measuring cup. It will make about 1 1/3 to 1 1/2 cups puree.
- In another measuring cup, add sugar and water and stir to dissolve. (No need to heat it; the sugar will dissolve.) Stir in lemon juice, St. Germain and salt. Pour sugar mixture into berry mixture, stir to combine, and refrigerate 30-60 minutes, until chilled.
- Pour chilled mixture into ice cream freezer and freeze, following manufacturer’s instructions. Mine took about 25-30 minutes to freeze properly.
- When done, serve sorbet and eat immediately, or scoop it into a container with a tight lid and freeze for longer storage.
- Serves 6-8. Small portions are perfect.
- This sorbet has seeds in it. If you cannot tolerate seeds, strain the puree through a fine sieve after you whirl it.
- I found my small food processor perfect for this job. I pureed the berries in two batches.
- My usual high score of 5 stars didn’t suffice, so I declare this a 10-star dessert!
If you don’t have or can’t find St. Germain Liqueur, feel free to substitute a blackberry liqueur, Cassis or Chambord. The alcohol helps the mixture from freezing rock hard and helps to prevent ice crystals. St. Germain makes a delightful cocktail, as well, so you won’t have trouble using the rest of it. Or send it to me. 😈
Recipe by Dorothy Reinhold / Shockingly Delicious.
Driscoll’s  sent the berries for recipe development.
See this page  for all the wonderful #SundaySupper dishes I have made since I joined this group, and links to all the other delicious dishes made by my fellow cooks.
Preparation time: 10 minutes
Cooling time: 30-60 minutes + 30 minutes churning time
Diet type: Vegetarian, Vegan
Diet tags: Reduced fat
Number of servings (yield): 6-8
Culinary tradition: USA (Nouveau)
Mother’s Day Brunch:
- Blueberry Coffee Cake from Peanut Butter and Peppers 
- Cornbread Pancakes with Blackberries from The Wimpy Vegetarian 
- Crepes from Hezzi-D’s Books and Cooks 
- Hot N Sweet Mango Chutney from Sue’s Nutrition Buzz 
- Lemon Glazed Raspberry Scones from Juanita’s Cocina 
- Quiche Lorraine from Supper for a Steal 
- Seafood Quiche from The Girl in the Little Red Kitchen 
- Strawberry Rhubarb Compote from Noshing with the Nolands 
- Sweet French Breakfast Crepes from Curious Cuisiniere 
- Vidalia Onion Quiche from Comfy Cuisine 
Mother’s Day Entrees:
- Cod with Stewed Tomatoes from Cindy’s Recipes and Writings 
- Grilled Vegetable Sandwiches with Herbed Goat Cheesefrom Foxes Love Lemons 
- Lemon Risotto from Healthy. Delicious. 
- Lobster Ravioli with Shrimp Caper Sauce from Family Foodie 
- Pork dumpling (Shumai) from The Urban Mrs. 
Mother’s Day Sides:
- Spaetzle from Magnolia Days 
Mother’s Day Desserts and Drinks:
- Caramel Apple Cinnamon Rolls from Gotta Get Baked 
- Chocolate Kahlua Cream Pie from Ruffles & Truffles 
- Espresso Brownies from What Smells So Good? 
- Fresh Blackberry Elderflower Sorbet from Shockingly Delicious 
- Fresh Fig and Walnut Pie from Vintage Kitchen 
- Gluten Free Coconut Cake with Chocolate Ganache, Berries, and Fresh Whipped Cream from Neighborfood 
- Lavender Shortbread Cookies from girlichef 
- Lemon Meringue Pie from Pies and Plots 
- Lemon Petit Fours from Home Cooking Memories 
- Lemon Sorbet in Prosecco from The Not So Cheesy Kitchen 
- Milky Way Brownies from That Skinny Chick Can Bake 
- Mini Coconut Pies from La Cocina de Leslie 
- Mini Strawberry and Cheese Pies from Basic N Delicious 
- Mom’s Apple Crisp from Cravings of a Lunatic 
- Mom’s Texas Sheetcake from Daily Dish Recipes 
- Raspberry and Hazlenut Friands from Happy Baking Days 
- Semolina Balls (Suji Laddoo) from Soni’s Food 
- Too-Good-to-Be-Lowfat Chocolate Eclair Icebox Dessert from The Weekend Gourmet 
Don’t forget to join the #SundaySupper chat on Twitter today (Sun., May 12, 2013) to celebrate Mother’s Day! We’ll tweet throughout the day and share our delicious recipes. Our weekly chat starts at 7 p.m. EST. Follow the #SundaySupper hashtag, and remember to include it in your tweets to join in the chat. Check out our #SundaySupper Pinterest board  for more delicious recipes and food photos.