Berry Chocolate Protein Sorbet

5 minutes


1 cup frozen mixed berries
1/2 cup ice cubes
1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk
2 tbsp Chia Seeds
1 scoop of BN Slim Shake - Chocolate
Top with yogurt and crunchy muesli to taste


Whether you have had bariatric surgery or are simply looking for an indulgent treat that fits into a weight loss meal plan, there is nothing better than a healthy berry sorbet. This luscious berry chocolate sorbet recipe is the ultimate light and refreshing treat to satisfy your cravings while achieving your weight loss goals. The frozen berries create a smooth, ice cream-like texture for this berry sorbet that melts in your mouth and is suitable for the post-op pureed food phase. Whirling the berries with chocolate protein powder, chia seeds, ice, and almond milk produces a lush, vegan chocolate sorbet bursting with flavor in just minutes. The chocolate protein provides a rich, indulgent taste along with a boost of protein to help you meet your protein needs after wls. Whip up this dairy free sorbet, using only 5-ingredients anytime you want a sweet fix. Blend it up for an easy grab-and-go dessert with the nutrition that you need while recovering from gastric bypass or other bariatric surgeries. 

When you progress to the solid food stage, topping the berry sorbet with crunchy muesli and creamy yogurt adds delicious texture and extra protein. Serving it in perfectly portioned bowls allows you to savor each creamy, chocolatey spoonful while maintaining proper portion control. The effortless preparation and grab-and-go convenience makes this sorbet ideal for your post-surgery diet. Keep single servings stashed in the freezer for chocolate cravings. Pair this berry protein sorbet with cold, nutritious meal replacement shakes as part of your summer weight loss meal plan.

Main Benefits

  • Light and refreshing - Easy to swallow texture. 
  • Rich chocolate flavor - Satisfies cravings. 
  • Quick 5-ingredient dessert - Easy to make.


  • Step 1

    Pop all ingredients in the blender and blitz to form a sorbet-like consistency.

  • Step 2

    Place one serving into a small bowl, top with yoghurt and muesli, and you're good to go well in the fridge.