5 Reviews

This is a easy light desert for the summer or any time. Use 2 cups of frozen mangos during the winter for a taste of summer and the islands! I used 6 packets of Splenda and 2 fresh mangos. Serve with a shortbread or fresh strawberry sorbet for a change of pace. I keep this in the freezer up to 2 weeks when I can keep my hands off.

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Lauren4372 June 14, 2009

*Reviewed during Zaar WOrld Tour 4* This was a wonderful sorbet. I used pulped mangoes that I had frozen when they were in season here. Made this dessert super quick and simple. Easy instructions and very easy to make without an ice-cream maker. My daughters both loved this sorbet. We served it with tinned lychees for a tropical dessert. Photo also being posted.

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**Jubes** May 29, 2008

Wonderful sorbet!!! I love mango, so I knew that I would love this. I used Splenda, I probably used around 1 Tablespoon + 1 teaspoon, and it came out perfect for us!

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Jellyqueen May 23, 2006

Great sorbet! The combo of mango and lime is wonderful and very refreshing. I found I had to add slightly more sugar but I'm pretty sure that's because the mangoes we get here in Greece are just not as sweet - I think this is just a case of tasting your fruit and seeing how sweet you personally like it. I ended up adding another (heaping) tablespoonful of sugar. The instructions are very well-written and easy to follow. This will be a great, low-cal, low-fat way to get a frozen treat in the summer. Thanks toni.

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evelyn/athens May 17, 2006
Mango and Lime Sorbet