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"Hurricane" flavored sorbet recipe?

edwardspk | Jan 27, 201202:39 PM     1

Hi, all, I'm planning to do a cajun dinner, but would like a lighter, lower calorie dessert than bread pudding. I was thining it might be fun to try to sorbet that's a riff on the Hurricane cocktail. Anyone ever try this?

I was thinking of taking the basic Hurricane recipe, eliminating the alcohol (which prevents freezing) and just use the mixture of juices. Then maybe top each serving off with rum just before it hits the table. It seems to me I might need to eliminate the sugar syrup as well, just to keep the sorbet from being too sweet.

Anyone have any guidance or suggestions? OR even better, a recipe for something similar that has been successful?

Thanks!

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