Vegan Recipe: Cherry-Banana Sorbet
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Farmer's markets are brimming with summer's fresh fruits and berries. Enjoy the season's bounty with a fruit sorbet that rivals the real thing, without the added sugar and colorings.  

Ingredients:
  • 10 oz pitted cherries
  • 1 very ripe banana
  • 3 tablespoons maple syrup
  • 1 tablespoon water
Directions:

Peel banana and cut in half.  

Freeze the banana and cherries in a covered container for a minimum of 1-2 hours.

Blend cherries, banana, and maple syrup in a food processor, adding just enough water for a smooth consistency.  

Freeze in a container for a couple of hours, or until firm. 

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Lisa Gatti is a nutrition and digestive wellness expert, and owner of Culinary Therapy, LLC, a global nutrition practice based in NY. Culinary Therapy is all about simple, delicious food for great health. Lisa believes in food as medicine and remedy, helping clients with digestive issues and chronic conditions get to the root cause of their health problems, make simple shifts in their diet, and feel really well again so they can focus on living the life they were meant to live.

To find out more about Lisa's programs, visit CulinaryTherapyOnline.com. There she offers a great free, downloadable E-Guide,“The Top 3 Foods You Should Be Eating, But Probably Aren't."

About the Author

Lisa Gatti is a nutrition and digestive wellness expert, and owner of Culinary Therapy, LLC, a global nutrition practice based in NY. Culinary Therapy is all about simple, delicious food for great health. Lisa believes in food as medicine and remedy, helping clients with digestive issues and chronic conditions get to the root cause of their health problems, make simple shifts in their diet, and feel really well again so they can focus on living the life they were meant to live.

To find out more about Lisa's programs, visit CulinaryTherapyOnline.com. There she offers a great free, downloadable E-Guide,“The Top 3 Foods You Should Be Eating, But Probably Aren't."

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