Fajitas & Black Raspberry Sherbet

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The great folks at H-E-B were nice to let us bring a camera into one of their excellent stores and shoot some video.
We like the H-E-B Hill Country Fare seasoned beef fajitas. They taste great and with no prepping required. Add one of the varieties of Fresher Lasting Salsas, some corn tortillas and you have yourself a quick, easy, affordable nutritious meal!

We also got help from an H-E-B Registered Dietician and found a great dessert recipe, Black Rasberry Sherbert. 
The Berry Sorbet with Chocolate is also quite tasty.  Try them both.

You can explore more great recipes for entrees and desserts on HEB.com.

The Black Rasberry Sherbert recipe is below.  Total shopping time was 15 minutes, then 15 minutes cooking at home. Total bill was about twenty bucks...for 6 people and we had leftovers for the next day. 

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Ingredients

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Main Courses
Serves
6

1 package of H-E-B Hill Country Fare Seasoned Beef Fajitas.
1 Package of H-E-B Fresher Lasting Salsa
1 package of corn tortillas
1 Red bell pepper (chopped)
1 Green bell pepper (chopped)
1 Orange bell pepper (chopped)

 

1 Bag (10 oz.) H-E-B Frozen Black Rasberries
1 1/4 Cup H-E-B Fat Free Half & Half
2 Tablespoons Sugar
2 1/2 Tablespoons of H-E-B Chocolate Syrup

 

Methods/steps

Combine the frozen black raspberries, fat free half and half and sugar in a food processor bowl or a blender.
Process the mixture for 15 – 30 seconds or until a smooth texture is formed.

Scoop the frozen black raspberry sherbet into sherbet small bowls, place in the freezer so they'll be ready when you've finished your fajita dinner.

For the fajitas, just light your grill, get it hot, cut open the bag of seasoned fajitas and start cooking. Cook medium rare. Throw in the bell peppers at the last minute and stir them around with the fajita meat.

When you're ready for dessert drizzle each with 1 teaspoon chocolate syrup if desired.  Add some fresh blueberries on top for extra flavor.

Reviews

Review by dnalight , Monday, 25 June 2012 vote image
You mention working with a dietician so where is the nutritional value of this meal? There seems to be a hug gap in terms of nutritional content for a family of 6, maybe instead of making desert some veggies could be included? Overall the recipe doesn't seem so much like a recipe. I would expect something unique, origninal or interesting about the combination. Or maybe you can show me how to cook an amazing nutritious meal for under 20$ for a family of 4. Still looking for a point of view to emerge.
Review by wrkmom , Tuesday, 26 June 2012 vote imagevote imagevote imagevote image
I love these fajitas, they are yummy and fast. Great for a working Mom or Dad to prepare. The grilled vegetables were light and healthy. Haven't tried the sorbet yet but look forward to it.
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