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Refreshing Orange Cups

If your family is anything like mine, then you've gorged yourself silly over the last several days. You've had cookies, cakes, candy and well, the last thing you really need is another scrumptious pie recipe. So today I thought I'd lighten things up and treat you to oranges filled with sorbet. To learn how to make this refreshing treat,

Large Oranges (use one half for each person you're serving)
Sorbet (I prefer a citrus or tropical flavor for this dish)
Mint

Cut oranges in 1/2 and scoop out the pulp, be sure to preserve the peel/shape. You can also use a paring knife to decorate the edges with scallops or cuts. Place them in freezer until frozen (at least 1 hour). When ready to serve, scoop the sorbet into frozen orange cups. Garnish with mint leaves.

This dessert is so cute, guests will be delighted and you don't have to let them know how ridiculously easy it was to whip up.

If you have an ice cream maker and would like to make your own sorbet, I highly recommend Shuna Lyndon's delicious Clementine Sorbet.

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janoxide janoxide 8 years
simple and lovely. thanks for sharing!
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