Now that school’s back in full swing, finding a healthy and delicious after school snack is important to parents. A fun way to do that is Sorbatto, a frozen dessert treat packed with Blueberries from Weijohn’s blueberry farm in Washington. Made with simple ingredients, their frozen treats are made with 90% fruit, non-dairy, gluten-free, non-GMO, soy-free, nut-free, plant- based, and impact conscious.
I received a sample with 6 flavors of Sorbatto, each in a pint-size container with a safety seal: Dark Blue, Grape, Blue Passion, Blackberry, Lemon, and Raspberry. Each is made with love and simple ingredients (only 3-7 in each flavor): Fruit, hemp milk, cane sugar, organic and fair trade chocolate, pear concentrate, and chia. It starts with the Frosty Blue—fresh blueberries are used as the base instead of a milk or soy-based product, and it creates a creamy texture. Using blueberries prevents the crystal icy flavor of other fruit-based brands. Frosty Blue is packed with antioxidants, phytonutrients, fiber, vitamins and minerals—all the goodness you want for a healthier treat for your family, especially the kids.
The taste is amazing. Hard to believe something so creamy and smooth is dairy-free, but it is. We ate it served in bowls as a treat, and I also added it to iced tea to recreate a drink at a favorite restaurant, and it was delicious. It’s a softened texture straight from the pint making it easy to scoop out. Each flavor has its own special lightly sweet and fruit-packed characteristic which is pleasing to the palate. Consider topping it with granola or making a frozen treat sandwich with oatmeal cookies. On top of whole grain waffles would make a special breakfast, too. Create your own recipes or use it as a side in so many special indulgences—your imagination can make many possibilities.
The next time you want a healthy snack for after school or just because, grab a Sorbatto frozen dessert, and enjoy the goodness of a farm-fresh product. Don’t be surprised if your tongue turns blue—it’s part of the fun of eating Sorbatto’s premium frozen dessert.
Sorbatto is a family-based business straight from the fourth generation Weijohn farm in the Yakima Valley of Washington, their motto is “sharing health & happiness from our family to yours.” Sorbatto, made in the USA, is available at retailers in the Pacific Northwest and you can contact them to ship Sorbatto to many other locations in the US.
Which Sorbatto flavor do you want to try the most?