Total Time
Prep 40 mins
Cook 0 mins

This is another excellent recipe for the diabetics out there! This recipe really truly helps the sweet craving! Of course, this recipe is from the Outsmart Diabetes Cookbook by Prevention Guide. Enjoy!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. In a blender or food processor, combine the mango cubes, melon balls, sugar, and lime juice.
  2. Puree.
  3. Spoon onto 4 plates, margarita glasses, or custard cups.
  4. Cover with plastic wrap, and freeze for 30 to 40 min, or until firm, stirring once to break up any ice crystals.
  5. Serve.


Most Helpful

This sorbet pulls together in a snap, is super easy and quite tasty. I made one batch per the recipe directions and then a double batch using our ice cream maker. The batch done in the ice cream maker turned out smooth whereas the batch made in individual cups was a little more like a granita. Both versions tasted exactly the same --- just the texture varied and both textures were nice. I liked having the larger quantity churned in the ice cream maker because I was able to serve the sorbet straight from the freezer several nights during the week without having to make a fresh batch each time. The sorbet held nicely in the freezer. I tried a variety of garnishes and these were best received: sprig of fresh mint and a few fresh raspberries; a slice of fresh mango; drizzle of honey and a vanilla wafer cookie.

rsarahl April 15, 2003

Melons are pure natural sugar and unfortunately, the liver cannot distinguish between natural and refined sugar. To the liver, sugar is sugar. The above recipe is a wonderful refreshing and tasty dessert. I love melon, mango and lime, so I give this recipe four thumbs up (me and my partner)Perhaps you would like to substitute the refined sugar in favour of Equal. I have added this recipe to my Cook Book.

TOOLBELT DIVA March 12, 2003

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