No Sugar Mango Sorbet
I always try to keep recipes as simple as possible so that people can make the dishes as quick as possible. Today though I think I’ve got the simplest recipe ever. This no sugar mango sorbet uses just 3 core ingredients.
Mangoes, despite being very alkaline and simply delicious have also been found that they may have a beneficial effect on breast cancer and colon cancer.
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2. Coconut Milk
Coconut Milk has long been known for its health benefits including: Bone support, immune strength and weight loss to name just a few. Coconut milk is absent of the common allergens or intolerance’s of – dairy, soy, nuts, and lactose. Individuals with lactose intolerance or a dairy or nut allergy can trust in coconut milk and use it as a safe alternative.
A serving of lemon contains 51% of your daily vitamin C needs as well as other vitamins and minerals. Lemons have been found to help combat stroke, cancer, and asthma. They also help with maintaining a healthy complexion, increasing iron absorption, and boosting the bodies immune system.
Lemons are very alkaline-forming in your body due to its high mineral and low sugar content. In addition to this tea, you can add a lemon slice to your water to make it more alkaline!
Remove the flesh from the mangoes and cut in to slices or chunks. I will blitz mine for a few seconds in my blender to get the mango nice and smooth.
Cut your lemons in halves and extract the juice from them. You can if you so desire simply peel the lemons and throw them in the blender with the mangoes.
I have found that adding the lemon juice on its own to the mango gives a better result, but it really is down to personal taste.
Once the mangoes and the lemon juice are fully blended you can now add the coconut milk. I add it slowly as it will incorporate in to the mixture much better than being “all in”.
With everything blended for about 30 seconds you’re done. I pour my mixture in a small baking tray (like below) and place it in the freezer for a few hours to set thoroughly.
After it is set you will need to allow it to thaw for approx’ 10 minutes at room temperature or 1 hour in the refrigerator before serving.
No Sugar Mango Sorbet [Serves 3-4]
- 2 or 3 large fresh mangoes
- 2 lemons, squeezed
- 1 up of coconut milk
Turn your sorbet in to a Popsicle.
I also use my mold to make the mango sorbet in to Popsicle for my grandchildren.
There are lots of molds available and range from a few dollars to some over $100.
The mold I use is the one pictured. It’s a mid priced mold but has all the function and features of the most expensive ones.
We hope you enjoy this no sugar mango sorbet recipe. Let us know in the comments below if you liked or even if you changed the recipe.