|Beat the heat with this summertime treat!|
I've also had some requests recently for a medicated recipe featuring a glycerin based cannabis tincture. I thought why not combine 2 great ideas. So here it is..... MMJ Raspberry Sorbet.
What you will need:
- A metal or pyrex 9x13" cake pan
- wire sieve or cheese cloth to remove the seeds
- small saucepan
- freezer with room to put your cake pan for about 12 hours
- 1 Cup Water
- 1 Cup Sugar
- 3 Cups fresh raspberries
- Juice from 1/2 of a lime
- 4 doses of glycerin tincture (dosing is variable depending on a patients tolerance and the strength of the tincture itself. If you normally use glycerin tincture for medicating you should have a good idea of what amount works for you as a dose. For this recipe I used 3 squirts of the tincture per serving as we both have fairly high tolerance levels and will be eating this medicine as a nighttime treat. This will be a good amount and allows for a really good nights sleep.)
- In your small saucepan combine the sugar and water. Cook over medium heat until all the sugar is dissolved. Allow this to cool to room temperature
- Add your fresh raspberries to the cooled sugar water and using a stick blender mix until the raspberries are fully mixed in. **if you don't have a stick blender, pour sugar water and raspberries into a blender and pulse until well mixed
- Use your wire sieve or cheesecloth to strain out any of the raspberry seeds. Reserve the liquid and toss the seeds into the trash.
- To your reserved liquid add the juice of 1/2 a lime and your 4 doses of glycerin tincture. Mix well.
- Pour your liquid into your 9 x 13" cake pan. Place in the freezer for 4-12 hours to allow the sorbet to set up and freeze through. To keep it light run a fork through the freezing mixture every couple of hours.
- Once your sorbet is fully frozen it is ready to serve. I like to garnish with a few fresh garden raspberries and some lemon balm leaves like in the picture above. Other good garnishes are chocolate and mint (a perfect match for raspberries), whipped cream, or shortbread cookies. Of course you could always serve on an ice cream cone too!