Banana Mango Sorbet

Category: Desserts

Tag:  Quick and Easy

Finish off your dinner with a fun treat! This refreshing sorbet is not only naturally sweet and tasty,
it's super-simple to make.

  • Recipe
  • My Notes
  • Nutrition Facts
  • Ratings & Comments (13)
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Ingredients

4 slices unsweetened, unsulfured dried mango (see note)
1/4 cup unsweetened soy, hemp or almond milk
1 ripe banana, frozen
2 cups frozen mango
6 ice cubes

Instructions:

Soak dried mango in non-dairy milk until softened, at least one hour.

Add dried mango and soaking liquid to a high-powered blender along with remaining ingredients and blend until creamy but still firm.

If desired, serve topped with walnuts or pecans.

Note: Two pitted medjool or four regular dates may be substituted for the dried mango.

My Notes: (Click Edit to enter your notes about this recipe)

Serves 2

Per Serving:

Calories 173
Protein 2 g
Carbohydrates 43 g
Sugars 33 g
Total Fat 1.2 g
Saturated Fat 0.2 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Sodium 26 mg
Fiber 4.2 g
Beta-Carotene 1223 ug
Vitamin C 65 mg
Calcium 89 mg
Iron 0.7 mg
Folate 84 ug
Magnesium 37 mg
Potassium 570 mg
Zinc 0.3 mg
Selenium 1.7 ug

My Rating: 
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jennifermh

07/12/2012 12:21 AM

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wow, pure heaven

maryb221

08/26/2012 08:59 PM

Rated this recipe:

very tasy. I really enjoyed the consistency...very filling. I felt very indulgent with this dessert.I think the dates make it
This comment was last edited on 08/26/2012 09:01 PM

free2choose

12/30/2012 09:46 PM

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I made this with my young relatives and wow, what a hit! Even their dad, a vegetarian who almost never eats desserts, had two helpings two days in a row! The second and third times I made it, I used a room-temperature banana. Hubby and I like the creaminess and taste burst you get when it's not so frozen. Wow!
This comment was last edited on 03/08/2013 06:33 PM

Jananne

01/13/2013 10:29 AM

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This is a very good dessert. So refreshing and the texture is so similar to real ice cream.

Barbnye630

05/07/2013 06:36 PM

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great treat... I splurge and use chocolate almond milk some times.

7160jn

05/25/2013 08:27 PM

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Wow!!! This is great. Both my wife and I love this recipe. Next time I will try the choc almond milk, but it will be hard to improve on perfection.

Getwell

06/26/2014 09:32 PM

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Pecans added a LOT to the flavor…

alex29jab replies:

12/01/2021 09:09 PM

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How much did you add?

fdfd

07/21/2014 09:32 PM

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Though I've had this recipe for awhile, I decided to make it as an activity with my 9 year old grandson today. (Trying to teach him to cook and about nutrition!) Anyway, we served it for dinner, and it was a smashing hit ... so creamy, and so delicious! I didn't have enough mango frozen so I substituted frozen papaya for part, used frozen watermelon in place of the ice cubes, and added 2 T. of almond meal for good measure. Mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, what a treat. Great recipe, Roz!

photoenthusiast

12/12/2014 09:11 PM

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I have to agree with jennifermh. Pure heaven!!!

sugarislander

07/20/2016 07:48 PM

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My family LOVED this! Me, too!

NancyC11

02/15/2019 01:41 PM

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This is our favorite dessert. I didn’t use ice cubes, added the pecans and used dates instead of dried mangoes. Love this!

ellenjohansen

09/19/2020 05:36 PM

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Maybe its easy but waiting an hour for mango to soften for an hour is not quick

savednsure

02/08/2021 08:38 PM

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Delicious!! I use medjool dates, and usually have to add extra almond milk. I'm not sure if I'm doing something wrong. We love it for dessert in the evenings. It always satisfies for a sweet finish to a meal.