Mango Sorbet

"This recipe is sooo easy to make and tastes fresh, sweet and summery. Its the perfect quick ice-cream fix that will make you feel energised and happy. Perfect if youre feeling indulgent, but dont want to break your diet. Note please: 4 hours of freezing time are not included in prep time."
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Ready In:
4hrs 25mins




  • Peel the mango. Cut the flesh from the stone and dice it. Place in a zip-lock bag, close it (be careful to keep the air out) and freeze for at least 4 hours.
  • Take the bag out of the freezer and allow to thaw for about 20 minutes at room temperature.
  • Put slightly thawed mango pieces into a tall bowl (or the bowl of your blender), add powdered sugar (if using) and puree the mango into a creamy sorbet using a hand-held blender (or simply blend in your blender).
  • Eat right away and enjoy!

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  1. Starrynews
    This is delightful! I had a very ripe, very sweet mango on hand, so skipped the powdered sugar this time. This was a great way to serve mango, and it certainly fulfilled the desire for a creamy frozen dessert. Thanks for sharing! Veggie Swap 46
  2. Chef floWer
    My daughter and I love mango and we both like sorbet. I like how this recipe doesn't contain egg whites so we had to make it. It's very easy and extremely yummy. Thank you so much Lalaloula for posting your recipe.
  3. Katzen
    Awesome, wonderful, decadent, sorbet! And who knew it was this easy?! My mango was smallish, but gorgeously ripe and delicious, and because it was so small, I added a small organic banana as well. What a dance they did on my tongue! I used Fruit Sugar (Fast Dissolving Sugar), and only 1 tbsp, which was just perfect for me. This is a real keeper - super easy and could easily serve the hoitiest toitiest among us! Thanks for sharing this treat, Loula! Made for Veggie Swap August.
  4. Elmotoo
    hmm. this is tasty! I think part of the problem is the heat 15 minutes it was all room temperature. :o dh & I agree that something besides the mango would put it over the top. he suggested lavender; I thought a splash of rosewater (thinking mango lassi, lol). Aside from the annoyance of removing flesh from pit, yes this is very easy! I used my food processor because my blender would have made soup. I didn't use sugar so I will try it again to see what it's like. thank you! made for veggie swap 7/11.
  5. Sharon123
    So easy and so very good! I did add just a little powdered sugar and about 1/8 cup orange juice so the blender would work better. Lovely!



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