Strawberry Protein Sorbet Recipe

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Protein Sorbet Recipe

Spring is finally here and with summer just around the corner we’ve got a delicious, refreshing and healthy treat to help you cool off. Not only is this Strawberry Protein Sorbet recipe high in protein and packed with flavor, but it is also super easy to make with only four simple ingredients.


1 Quart (4 Cups) Fresh Strawberries
5 tablespoons Agave Nectar or Honey
1/2 Cup Water
Optional: add 3 scoops (90g) of protein powder


  1. Combine all of your ingredients (except for your protein powder) into a food processor or blender. Process everything for 1-2 minutes or until smooth and pureed.  
  2. Now a in your protein powder, mix it around a bit with a spoon, and then process everything together for another :20.
  3. Cover and place in the freezer or 2-4 hours (or until frozen).
  4. To serve: top with fresh strawberries and whipped cream!

You can use whatever flavor of protein powder you like for this recipe, but we LOVE either Catalyst by West Coast Strawberry Grassfed Whey or SFH Fuel Strawberry Cream.  The extra strawberry flavor will make your taste buds go wild!  

Strawberry Sorbet

In addition to being protein packed, you’ll get a handful of other nutrients that will do your body good.

Strawberries, like other berries, are an incredible and powerful superfood. They are rich in nutrients and antioxidants that ward off cancer-causing free radicals by inhibiting tumor growth and decreasing inflammation in the body. They also contain phytochemicals, which naturally occur in plants giving them their rich color or unique scents.  Studies have shown that phytochemicals may help prevent the effects of aging, cardiovascular disease, arthritis, diabetes, and high blood pressure. Strawberries also have a high water content that will help keep you hydrated and they will help regulate your blood sugar since they are a low-glycemic carbohydrate and high in fiber.

Agave Nectar is a natural sweetener making it a good alternative to regular white granulated sugar.  Although agave is still a sugar, it does have health-promoting properties. Its sweetness comes primarily from a complex form of fructose called inulin, a dietary fiber, which gives it a favorable low glycemic profile. You’ll get sweetness without the unhealthy blood sugar spike and sugar rush that occurs with high-glycemic refined sugars.