Saturday, June 13, 2015

Favorite Summer Dishes Part IV: Mango Sorbet

Another super easy Summer recipe...

...one that I love and that I could eat every day (which I actually did this entire week): 
MANGO SORBET!

All you need are some very ripe mangos that you cut into pieces and freeze for at least 12 hours. Then you just put the frozen pieces into your high speed blender (you will need a really strong blender for this recipe, like a vitamix or similar) and voila: You will have the best creamiest mango sorbet! 

I promise you, this sorbet is better than any of those dairy ice creams out there, which are full of fat, sugar and unhealthy animal-protein!


This is what the final product looks like and in case you are wondering why I put some basil on top of my sorbet - try it out before judging! Basil and mango are the perfect combination! I also love mango and basil as a salad dressing :)! 

And now you also know what happend with the box of mangos that I've been carrying in my pram in this post ;) 

Have a most wonderful weekend everyone! 
Sending much love!

19 comments:

  1. Ui, das sieht ja wirklich mega cremig aus. Wunderschön! Leider haben wir nur einen total nutzlosen Tiefkühler, der nix wirklich durchfriert...

    -Kati

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  2. Mmmm I love mangoes!! Never knew mango sorbet could be this easy to make, will definitely be making this now this summer, thanks for sharing :) xx

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  3. I am obsesses with mangoes and I can't believe how simple this is! I never thought to mix basil with mango but I definitely want to give it a try now.

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  4. Yummy! I think sorbet is perfect for summer!

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  6. I need to try this. Thanks for sharing. xx

    Nina
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  7. Thanks a lot for congratulation. I'm very happy for taking a few minutes to do. <3

    OMG, I loveeeeeee mango :o

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  8. Nice post! Look great!

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  10. this looks so delicious!!!!!
    I also can feel how yummy it is. Hahaaa.
    I'm gonna try it out while I'm home next month!
    Thank you for sharing <333

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  11. Fab post! Very lovely photos too. Happy Monday dear! :)

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  12. fresh, yummy and healty
    have a nice day darling
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    kiss

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  13. so delicious and very healthy, I can't wait to try this recipe since I'm a sucker for mangoes <3

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  14. I love mango and all kinds of sorbets, they are perfect for this heat, today it was really really hot out there:) Have a nice evening, hugs:)

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  15. Liebe Larissa, noch einfach geht es ja wirklich nicht! Gerade heute habe ich wieder überlegt, ob ich nicht doch einen Mixer brauche, jetzt habe ich einen guten Grund mehr dafür :) Vielen Dank und Euch eine wunderbare, hoffentlich sommerliche Woche.
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  16. Love this ;)
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  17. That looks so yummy! I've never made sorbet before but I think I have to try this!!

    <3 Shannon
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