This sorbet simply screams Summer! The passionfruit and mint make for a perfect combination of a refreshing icy treat on a hot sunny day.

This recipe is by the wonderfully talented Megan—the creative foodie behind the blog, Hint of Vanilla. We think her recipe for these passionfruit and mint sorbet floats would go down a treat at your next summery soiree! Why not give them a go?Blog_DIY_Cook_PassionfruitMintSorbet_05 Blog_DIY_Cook_PassionfruitMintSorbet_01


Passion Fruit Mint Sorbet: 220 g water | 220 g granulated sugar | 15 g fresh mint leaves | 391 g passion fruit purée

Sorbet Float: 1 large scoop of sorbet | 4-5 fresh mint leaves | Sparkling water/wine


  1. For the sorbet, combine the water and sugar in a saucepan over medium heat. Stir the pot occasionally and bring just to a boil, then remove from heat. Add the mint leaves and let it steep for 3 minutes. Strain the mint leaves out.
  2. Combine the passion fruit purée and the mint simple syrup and refrigerate until cool, about 1 hour. Place your container for the sorbet in the freezer to chill.
  3. Churn the sorbet according to the ice cream makers instructions and transfer to the pre-chilled container. Let it freeze for 2 hours.


For the float, scoop the sorbet into a glass and put the mint leaves on top. Add the sparkling water/wine, give it a stir to combine, and enjoy!