Blueberry Honey Sorbet

By Adam

Indulge in the refreshing simplicity of our Blueberry Honey Sorbet, a delightful treat that’s as easy to make as it is delicious.

This recipe, perfect for those warm, lazy afternoons or as a light dessert after a hearty meal, marries the natural sweetness of blueberry and honey with the zesty kick of lime juice, creating a symphony of flavors that dance on your palate.

With just three ingredients, it’s a testament to how easy it is to make a high end dessert with the Ninja Creami.

What You Will Love About This Recipe

  • SIMPLE – Only 3 ingredients!
  • EASY CLEAN UP – You can mix everything in the pint container!
  • HEALTHY INDULGENCE – Just a bit of added sugar from the honey
Ninja Creami Blueberry Sorbet

What You Need To Make This Ice Cream



  1. Blueberries
  2. Honey
  3. Lime Juice

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Ninja Creami Blueberry Sorbet Recipe

Blueberry Honey Sorbet

This super easy recipe uses just 3 ingredients to create a beautiful blueberry sorbet. The honey and citrus add a little sweetness and depth but really let the blueberries shine through.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 5 minutes
Freeze Time 1 day
Course Dessert, Ice Cream


  • 12 oz frozen blueberries (One 12oz bag) thawed (Or equal amount fresh)
  • 2 Tbsp Honey
  • 1 Tbsp Lime Juice (Lemon juice also works)


  • Add thawed blueberries into Ninja Creami Pint container OR add frozen and allow to thaw
  • Add honey and lime juice to the blueberries
  • Mash the blueberries to release juice and pack down to remove any air pockets. You can fill the pint with mashed blueberries to the scoopable line (or below). If you increase the amount of blue berries be sure to also add more honey and lime juice in proportion. (You can also blend the mixture if you prefer)
  • Freeze for 24+ hours
  • Assemble: Remove the lid from your frozen pint and place the pint in the outer bowl, install the paddle/blade on the lid and lock the lid on the outer bowl. Insert the bowl into the Ninja base and lock by rotating the handle to the right.
  • Process with Ninja CREAMi: Use the Sorbet Setting and allow the Ninja to work it’s magic.
  • Re-spin (optional): Process again using the Re-spin button. This recipe had an OK texture after the initial CREAMi processes but it was so smooth and creamy after the re-spin.


This recipe is very simple and meant to minimize additional dishes and ingredients. I expect that you could skip out on the honey and citrus juice if you have very flavorful blueberries but it adds a nice depth to the flavor either way. 
Blending the mixture prior to freezing will result in a more even appearance by breaking down the skins but I always just mash to avoid more cleanup time. The texture is great but you may see some darker spots where there is a small piece of blueberry skin. 
If you want to up the lime flavor you can include a teaspoon or so of lime zest prior to freezing. 
Keyword Dairy Free, Sorbet

Toppings and Mix Ins

  • Fresh Blueberries
  • Dried Blueberries
  • Blueberry Jam or Blueberry Sauce
  • Drizzle of Honey
  • Pinch of Salt

Variations and Substitutions

  • Frozen Blueberries – Sub with fresh
  • Honey – Sub with agave syrup or a simple syrup (Makes it Vegan friendly)
  • Lime – Sub with lemon juice or other acidic citrus juice

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