Mango Sorbet Recipe – Sweet, tart, rich, and SO delicious Mango Sorbet made with just 5 ingredients, and without an ice cream maker!
Um… YUMMM! ⤴⤴⤴
HI my dear pals!! Let’s talk about my all time favorite fruit in the whole wide world of ever, please!
But first, let’s all wish each other a very Happy Friday!
Now can we talk about mangoes in sorbet? Please!
Okay, here it goes: I have had this recipe in my “blog post drafts” for 2 years. Why would I wait that long to share? Well, because, I sometimes forget about MY things. A lot of things. I even went to the doc asking about my forgetfulness… after some testing, diagnosis came back as mommyhood/parenthood.
Between all the things you have to remember to get done for everyone and everything else, mom’s stuff gets pushed to the back and suddenly it’s 2 years later when you remember about your favorite fruit blended into a sorbet. Can you relate?
Sidenote: The other day I couldn’t remember the word for “ferris wheel”. I described it as “the big round thing at Navy Pier”.
You guys. Can I please ask you to make this mango sorbet over the weekend? Or like, do it right now if you’re anywhere near frozen mangoes?
Here’s what’s going on. I tried making this with just sugar and lemon juice. Not bad, buuuuut, the consistency was somewhat OFF. I just didn’t like it. Less calories, and less sugar, of course, but the texture just would not happen.
I also tried it with Fat Free Sweetened Condensed Milk, and while that method was better than the first, the consistency was still runny. It wouldn’t completely freeze.
HOW TO MAKE MANGO SORBET
SO! My third and final step was to use 2 pounds of mangoes, 1 can of sweetened condensed milk, some lemon juice + a bit of salt, and it all finally came together as perfectly as I had imagined it.
P.S. If you’re looking for something without the sweetened condensed milk, please, you have got to try my 2-ingredient Blueberry “Ice Cream”. It’s just bananas and blueberries, blended together and frozen. It’s delicious!
But yeah, don’t make me beg. Please find some time to pick up a bag of chopped frozen mangoes (I always have at least one bag in the freezer), and get on dis as soon as humanly possible. You’ll love it.
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TOOLS AND INGREDIENTS USED IN THIS RECIPE
- 2 pounds cubed mangoes
- 1 can (14 ounces) Sweetened Condensed Milk
- 1/2 teaspoon fresh lemon juice
- 1/2 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- pinch salt
- Combine all ingredients in a food processor or high powered blender.
- Puree for 2 to 3 minutes, or until smooth. Scrape down the side of the bowl as needed.
- Transfer the mango mixture to an ice cream tub or an airtight container; cover and freeze until firm.
Nutritional info is an estimate and provided as courtesy. Values may vary according to the ingredients and tools used. Please use your preferred nutritional calculator for more detailed info.
15 comments on “Mango Sorbet Recipe”
About how many mangos would I need?
This was yummy and very easy to make, thank you. I added some passion fruit puree I needed to finish up and lime juice.
Just a quick note. There is quite a lot of fat in condensed milk so I think the nutrition panel saying 0g fat might be incorrect.
I’m very glad you enjoyed it! Thank YOU! 🙂
Hey! Here in the south of ISRAEL the summer can be a bit of a nightmare… Made this mango delight in my ice-cream maker 3 times already!! It saves the day everytime I need something sweet to cool me down a little… TNX!!
SO happy you like the sorbet! I also think it’s beyond delicious and love making it during these hot summer months.
This is an excellent recipe but I have a question. In using seeded fruit like raspberries strawberries blackberries is there anyway to Get the seeds mashed or make them Softer. Don’t like the texture from the seeds but love the fruit. Thank you for your input keep up the good work
Hi, beautiful pictures! Just wanted to say that this recipe should be called “ice cream”, not sorbet. Sorbet is not made with any milk. I read that you didn’t like it without milk but that’s what sorbet is like – watery and very light. I was looking for a sorbet recipe and got a bit confused when I read the ingredients. 🙂
I agree, I was also confused. I think she may have confused sorbet with sherbet.
OMG! I don’t have an ice cream machine so I tried this recipe and the whole family loved it, will certainly make it again and again, luckily I have a mango tree in my backyard….x
Great Spring Dessert! Sounds delicious right now!
Mango sorbet is one of my favorite summertime treats! You’re making me wish that summer would arrive tomorrow.
I love no-churn ice cream recipes! This mango ice cream looks like a tropical vacation!!
I just adore this recipe! It is so easy, and oh soooo good!
Perfection! Love mango so much, cannot wait to try this!
this is such a gorgeous shade! and i’ve done some no churn ice cream with sweetened condensed mllk and whipped cream, but never just sweetened condensed milk! will have to try this method out (: also: i’ve had lingering drafts for a couple years, but i don’t have the parenthood excuse lol.