Mango Sorbet

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mango-sorbet



I have a really bad sweet tooth. I am pretty sure it's incurable!

When I was in high school, my friends and I would buy a pint or two of our favorite treat every weekend - Mango Sorbet.  It was gone within minutes, and it always left me craving more!  There's just something about that delicious sweetness that I can't get enough of.  For example, I would be lying if I said I couldn't down a whole bag of Starbursts in a few days.  I just love fruity treats - I crave them all the time! My husband and I have been trying to eat healthier, so that means I won't be eating an entire bag of Starbursts or pints of Mango Sorbet anytime soon (sorry, Haagen Dazs!).  I came across this recipe while searching for something to curb my cravings, and it was a home run!  It was so good, and pretty similar to the sorbet I love so much! If you've got a sweet tooth, you're sure to love this one!

Mango Sorbet:
Ingredients:
12 oz bag frozen mango pieces
1 1/2 tablespoons lime juice
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup sugar

Directions:
In a sauce pan, bring water and sugar to a boil. Reduce heat and simmer until the sugar is dissolved. In a blender or food processor, combine mangoes and lime juice until they are roughly chopped. Slowly add in the sugar and water mixture until completely combined. If you want a thicker sorbet, you add less sugar mixture or throw it in the freezer for a few hours. Enjoy!
Serves 2

Recipe adapted from: All Recipes

Looking for other fruit recipes?
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  1. MoreChocolatePlease says:

    Very Yummy! Will be making again. Very easy and quick! . . . We do prefer less sugar in our desserts and it worked great to cut back.

    • Cyd says:

      We put it in the freezer for a few hours. You may have to let it set out for a little while if it’s frozen solid. Any left over will need to be stored in the freezer.

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