Watermelon Sorbet Slices
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Even though I adore the mini watermelon sorbet in lime shells I made a few weeks ago, this is another great way to serve watermelon sorbet that takes much less effort.
With summer here, this is a perfect thirst quencher and light dessert.
After making the watermelon sorbet you freeze it back in the watermelon shell. If you’re by yourself, you can just directly eat the watermelon sorbet out of the watermelon shell, but if you have company, you can slice it up while it’s still frozen and have watermelon sorbet slices.
This works best with the personalized mini watermelon, so that you have a smaller bowl to put the sorbet in.
1 mini personalized watermelon
1/4 cup sugar (less if you have a really sweet watermelon)
1/8 cup corn syrup
mini chocolate chips or chopped chocolate
1. Slice mini watermelon in half and carefully remove flesh and place into blender. Once the two halves have been scraped clean, set aside. Heat corn syrup and sugar in a small saucepan until sugar is dissolved. Add to watermelon flesh and blend into watermelon juice. Pour mixture into ice cream maker and make according to manufacturer instructions, adding chopped chocolate at the end. Scoop sorbet back into watermelon shells. Stud surface of two shells with more chocolate to look like seeds. Freeze for several hours or overnight to set.
2. When ready to serve, remove watermelon and use a large sharp knife to slice. You can also eat directly with a spoon from the watermelon bowl.
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