Strawberry Granita

Published Date
February 5th 2022
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Sometimes, you need a cool refreshing dessert. This Strawberry Granita fits the bill. Not only can it be made by hand, but it is a fuss-free no-bake dessert. Eating this strawberry granita would be like eating a coarse yet flaky bowl of strawberry-flavored snow. Instead of using refined granulated sugar, we opted to use a sugar-free sweetener making this granita a diabetic recipe. Nevertheless, you can use granulated sugar if you want to. Either way, this strawberry granita will be refreshingly sweet and loaded with fresh strawberry flavor. 
 

Author: Sarah Leadon
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
0 mins
Total Time
5 mins
Serves
8

Ingredients

Instructions

Place the water and sugar-free sweetener into a medium saucepot. Place it over medium-high heat. Bring to a boil.
Remove the simple sugar-free syrup from the heat and let it cool completely.
Place the strawberries into a high-speed blender. Blend into a purée.
Add the simple syrup to the blender and blend for 15-30 seconds until combined.
Pour the strawberry granita into a freezer-safe glass container that has a lid.
Cover the strawberry granita and freeze it for 1 hour. Next, scrape the strawberry granita with a fork to break up any ice crystals that formed on the surface of the granita.
Divide the strawberry granita between 8 short glasses and top with fresh mint.

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Keywords
strawberry granita, fresh, recipe, lemon, watermelon, rose, pineapple, basil, tomato

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