Meatless Monday, Mango Sorbet

It’s still so hot here. Is it hot where you are? Today’s meatless Monday should help  cool you off a bit and it’s truly refreshing. Oh, and eazy peazy!

What You Need:

1 Banana

1 Mango, frozen (large) or 2 cups frozen ( from a bag)

½ tsp. vanilla extract

1 tsp. cinnamon ( this is optional)

Blender (or food processor)

  Before You Start : You read that right, the mango needs to be frozen. Or you can use prepared frozen mango slices from your local markets freezer section.

Lets Make It: Peel and chop your banana into small pieces and place it into the blender. Add the vanilla, frozen mango, and cinnamon (optional) and blend. I use the pulse setting. You don’t want to puree it. Blend until it’s well incorporated. Stir with a spoon and scoop out. If you over blend, no problem. Just pour it into a freezer safe container (I use a bowl) pop it into the freezer and wait a few minutes then scoop.

Cool, refreshing and delish.

Serves 2 ( maybe)

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Comments

  1. Yes, it’s still raging hot here and anything cold sounds wonderful!

  2. Is Central Florida still hot? Uh, yeah- 95! :)
    This Mango Sorbet looks like a delicious cooling treat. Thanks, Katie!

  3. Marilyn says:

    It is cool here with temps in the night of 50’s & today will only be in the upper 60’s…finally!! Almost feels Fall-like!! But it still looks wonderfully tempting!!
    Have a Great Day!!
    Marilyn

  4. Now that is just the ticket for this hot NC weather my sweet and oh so attractive friend. Hope everything is going smooth in your neck of the woods and all your family is well and happy. Have a great week and as always,
    Big Hugs,
    Odie

  5. Ummmm….looks very refreshing!

  6. That sounds simple!

  7. This looks yummy Katherine. I will definitely try it tomorrow when I get to the grocery to pick up some bananas. Funny that I have mangoes but no bananas. It’s beautiful today here in Roanoke but forecast is for hot later on. I actually like the hot weather. It will be hard to say goodbye to it soon and gaze out at snow.

  8. Oh that looks REALLY good…I LOVE Mangoes…but I really LOVE a lot of things… he he he… This Recipe sounds so easy it would be SILLY not to try it….So I am certainly going to be trying this one…Well the Children will be as they are the Desert makers…You are more than welcome to link this up to My Blue Monday… :)

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  10. Haha…serves 2 – maybe! :) Not in my house! This looks so refreshing and perfect for an August afternoon! Healthy too! :) xoxo

  11. Must have been very refreshing. A friend posted on Dragon Fruit Sorbet not long ago

  12. That sounds delicious! And much healthier than the chocolate ice cream in MY freezer right now ;)

  13. Sounds very refreshing!

  14. Hey Katherine,

    This so easy and awesome, just fabulous for us Florida foodies!

    BTW – Wish I could convince you to join my WomanMomFriend Tribe on Triberr.com.

  15. I love this idea to make a mango sorbet! I have frozen mango in the freezer (OK, duh…where else would frozen mango be? lol) and I was going to use it in a smoothie, but I’m definitely going to have to try this sorbet idea!

  16. This sounds yummy! I love mango!

  17. Oh this is so refreshing! I am on it, dear friend. It is still very hot here. Fall is so close. Have a beautiful week, sweet Katherine.

  18. Sounds wonderfully yummy !

  19. MMMMMMMMM. Boy do I love mango! Thank you so much for linking up at Savvy HomeMade Monday. We are partying again and I hope you will stop by! :)

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