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Mango Sorbet

July 30, 2013

My new Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Maker attachment is quickly becoming my favorite kitchen appliance in the house… It hasn’t usurped the #1 spot of the blowtorch just yet though… That thing is just too much fun to chase Tony around the house with.

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Tony and I did not let my Homemade S’mores Ice Cream sit in the freezer for more than 12 hours because it was just TOO good… I went back to my old ways of eating ice cream at 7AM while trying to capture a few photographs in the morning light because every melting moment meant another lost opportunity to eat it. I spared none and ate while I photographed… Hence, why I only have two photos from last week!

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In order to continue eating relatively “clean” during the week, I made Mango Sorbet. Easily one of the best, if not, the best sorbet flavors Haagen Daaz offers. I made a few alterations based off a simple recipe for Raspberry Sorbet and created a creamy and refreshing Mango Sorbet. Now you can justify using your Kitchen Aid Ice Cream Maker to make healthy-ish treats too!

Mango Sorbet by The Bite-Sized Baker:

2 ripe mangos, cubed

1 cup water

½ cup sugar

2 tablespoons vodka

Juice of one lime

  1.  To make sorbet, combine mangos, water, sugar, vodka, and lime in a food processor and puree until smooth. Let mango mixture chill thoroughly and freeze according to manufacture’s directions.
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