Amish Orange Sherbet

Stormy Stewart


sent in by Mrs feeeman Yoder and Mrs. Wilber Bontrager.

NOTE: you can change the flavor by using another flavor of jello.

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1 1/2 gallon sherbet


4 small
boxes or 1 1/2 cups orange jello
4 c
4 c
8 Tbsp
lemon juice
10 c

Directions Step-By-Step

Mix water and sugar together and boil 1 minute, stir in jello and lemon juice. Stir until jello is disolved.
Cool and add milk. Mixture may look curgled, but will turn out ok when frozen. Makes 1 1/2 gallon's sherbet
NOTE recipe can be 1/2ed.
2 small boxes jello, 2 c sugar, 2 cups water, 4 tblsp lemon juice, and 5 cups milk will yield you 3/4 of a gallon of orange sherbet.
This was taken from a amish cook book and I copied word for word. It stopped and so did I. LOL! I guess I should of also been reading.

It didn'y say to freeze but my thought is just put it in a container after completing the directions and freeze until firm. So that is what I did when I made the peach sherbert.

It looks like sherbert, it spoons like sherbert and the taste was wonderful. You do not need a machine to make it. no extra mixing when half frozen like some ice creams. just throw in the freezer and come back later.
you can make 1/4th the recipe for a family of 4's dinner dessert.

1/4th the recipe to try

1 sm box orange jello
1 cup sugar
1 cup water
2 tbls lemon juice
2 cups milk

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Ice Cream & Ices