Easy Mango Sorbet #IceCreamforOXO

Easy Mango Sorbet is creamy (without any dairy) and complemented by the subtle hint of lime. It’s savor-worthy au naturel. But, we’ve got a few topping ideas that will make you swoon!

Easy Mango Sorbet Recipe

If you view sorbet as the healthier, but somewhat boring cousin to ice cream, then you need to read on…

Little Italy

This may have been our unspoken opinion until our recent trip to the Big Apple. Everything is kicked up a notch in New York City, from the lights flashing in Times Square to the presentation of cool treats. Our view of sorbet was forever changed after visiting a side walk cafe in Little Italy.

Sarah and Mango Sorbet

Ta-da! A scoop of lemon sorbet is topped with a scoop of mango sorbet. Fresh cantaloupe, wafers, long chocolate cookie straws adorn the top along with a sprig of mint and a sprinkling of powdered sugar. Over-the-top fun! It was as delicious as it looks.

Easy Mango Sorbet…Take Yours to the Next Level

Easy-Mango-Sorbet-Recipe

The easy mango sorbet recipe has just 4 ingredients: mangoes, water, sugar and lime juice. It’s sooo easy to make. I made a lower-in-sugar simple syrup by using a sugar/pure stevia blend. Just puree the ingredients and process in an ice cream maker.

OXO Measuring Cups

The challenge of recreating our cool NY mango sorbet dessert was made a whole lot easier by OXO as part of their #IceCreamforOXO campaign. (If you love them as much as I do, follow them on Twitter and FaceBook.) They provided me with helpful tools to make cool treats including the sturdy ice cream scoop, the silicone spatula, the lock-top container holding the mango sorbet…and the adorable (yet very useful) 4 piece beaker set pictured. I never knew how much I needed these in my life. They make it so easy to have everything prepped and ready to go. 🙂

Easy Mango Sorbet Recipe

The hardest part of this recipe is waiting for everything to chill…and deciding what toppings to dress it up with!

So….what’s on your mango sorbet?

Easy Mango Sorbet

Easy Mango Sorbet is creamy (without any dairy) with a subtle hint of lime. It's savor-worthy au naturel. But, we'll show you how to dress it up!
Servings: 4 servings
Author: Marjory

Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup water
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 6 cups of diced mango if frozen, defrost first; if fresh, use about 6 very ripe mangoes
  • 3 Tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • Optional toppings such as a wafer ginger snap, or other cookie, fresh or dried fruit, mint leaves and powdered sugar

Instructions

  • Make a simple syrup by bringing water and sugar to a boil in a small sauce pan. Reduce heat and simmer for about 5 minutes, stirring constantly, until mixture becomes clear.
  • Allow simple syrup to cool completely, preferably refrigerating for at least 2 hours.
  • Add diced mango, simple syrup and lime juice to a food processor.
  • Process until mixture is smooth.
  • Transfer to a storage container and allow mixture to chill in the refrigerator, preferably for about 2 hours.
  • Process mixture in an ice cream maker according to manufacturer instructions. (I processed mine for about 20 minutes.)
  • Transfer processed mixture to a freezer-safe container. Keep frozen until ready to enjoy. The mixture will initially be on the soft side. If you freeze it overnight, it will firm up to an ice cream consistency.

Notes

Adapted from AllRecipes

Disclosure: OXO supplied me with all the ice cream tools for this post. I was not compensated for writing this post and the opinions expressed are entirely my own.

Enjoy!

Easy Mango Sorbet Recipe

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Comments

  1. My kids love mangoes and sorbet. I make it without sugar but they still think it’s just like ice cream lol!

  2. Oh yes!!

  3. This sorbet looks amazing! Perfect for warm Summer evenings!

  4. Looks like the perfect summertime dessert!

  5. I NEED to have this sorbet in my life.

  6. I think this would be delicious enough without any toppings at all!

  7. Nothing is better than sorbet, I love it!

  8. I posted a mango sherbet two days ago! Well… It actually started as a sorbet, but I added heavy cream to it. I also added mint, a lemon syrup, and a rum syrup. OK.. It’s a mojito. A frozen one. I love the way mango shines. It’s such a vibrant flavor. Love your sorbet!

  9. This looks like a wonderful and easy treat! Love NYC too!

  10. Love mangoes! Beautiful presentation and photos.

  11. Hi Marjory! It was so nice to see you last wkend!! We are in mango madness here (I posted a photo of all the mangoes from our tree). I love to make mango sorbet;) Looks like NYC was a blast!

  12. I love mango!! This looks yummy!

  13. I love mango anything — I considered doing something with mango for my #IceCreamForOXO post, LOL! Yours looks delicious. Love the gingersnap garnish.

  14. Amy Kim (@kimchi_mom) says:

    There are very few fruits that I really love and mangoes are one of them. This sounds so refreshing! Also, love the picture of you and your girls in Little Italy!

    It was great meeting you at the Food and Wine Conference! I hope you are doing well!

  15. I can’t get enough of sorbets! And mango. Swoon.

  16. I LOVE mango anything!

  17. I’m head over heels in LOVE with mango! I can’t wait to try this!

  18. Love this! Those ice cream tools are amazing – and the long cookie straws – fantastic presentation. I love how you took a fabulous family memory and recreated it at home 🙂

  19. Mango sorbet is my favorite sorbet flavor. I love it even more when it’s easy to make 😉

  20. Thanks! That ended up being great and so easy to make.

  21. I love how creamy mango sorget is – it’s definitely my favorite flavor. I can’t believe how easy this recipe is!

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