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Mango Sorbet

Mango Sorbet created by Hayley_11

It's not actually a sorbet, more or less a frozen yoghurt...but it tastes soooooo good! It's a fairly basic recipe that you can experiment with by adding fruits and flavoured yoghurts to get a taste that best suits you.

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  • Place the the frozen fruit and the yoghurt into a food processor (you may want to allow the fruit to thaw slightly so you don't ruin the blades of your food processor). Puree until smooth.
  • Serve immediately, or return to the freezer for a thicker, harder consistency.
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"It's not actually a sorbet, more or less a frozen yoghurt...but it tastes soooooo good! It's a fairly basic recipe that you can experiment with by adding fruits and flavoured yoghurts to get a taste that best suits you."
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  1. Sydney Mike
    Used the mango & strawberries as given in the recipe, then added a frozen banana & used the fat-free vanilla yogurt I always have around! Half of it was served right after making it, while I re-froze the other half! Loved the flavor & texture, & with just a little thawing, the last half of this wonderful frozen dessert was happily devoured the next day! Thanks for sharing a great keeper! [Made & reviewed in Zaar Cookbook Tag]
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  2. Hayley_11
    Mango Sorbet Created by Hayley_11
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  3. Hayley_11
    It's not actually a sorbet, more or less a frozen yoghurt...but it tastes soooooo good! It's a fairly basic recipe that you can experiment with by adding fruits and flavoured yoghurts to get a taste that best suits you.
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