Follow this healthy and delicious recipe for Vegan Mango Sorbet that requires minimal effort and 3 simple ingredients!
Have you ever heard the phrase “Less is More?” It’s quite often times associated with the minimalistic approach to life – decluttering, owning less in a quest to truly find happiness in the relationships and immediate things that surround you.
In other words, toss material things out the window because when our final day comes, we will not be taking those things to the grave with us. Am I right?
In this case, less is more is a great catch phrase for this No-Churn Vegan Mango Sorbet.
Truly so easy to throw together with 3 simple yet profound ingredients:
- frozen mangos
- lime juice
- maple syrup
Vegan Mango Sorbet
Those 3 ingredients, when combined, can yield some of the most delicious, satisfying and completely healthy sorbet that will cure every craving your body ever had.
Well, may not every craving. But close. Fruit will never, and I repeat, never be a substitute for chocolate.
Just look at that rich, delicious goodness below. Oh my heavens! What’s more to be said than pass me a bowl, I’m in!
In all seriousness though, this No-Church Vegan Mango Sorbet is super easy to put together. Combine your ingredients in your food processor and process for 5 minutes.
Then spread in a deep pan and freeze for 3 hours. Once time has passed, the sorbet is ready to be devoured by all. Yum and yum!
Can you think of a better reason to pull out your best bowls? I can’t either. This sorbet is a healthy alternative to the more sugar-laden, traditional ice cream varieties. Sorbet – simple and yet indulgent even in simplicity!
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Have you ever tried mangos in your own sorbet recipes? If not, give it a try. It’s almost too simple to believe it could ever be so good!
If you do happen to try it, please leave a comment, and rate the recipe!
Vegan Mango Sorbet
- 2 lbs frozen mango pieces
- 1/4 C maple syrup
- 2 limes juiced
- In a food processor, combine the frozen mango, maple syrup and the juice of 2 limes. Process for 4-5 minutes, or until fully smooth.
- Spread the smooth mango paste in a deep baking sheet and freeze for at least 3 hours.