Mango Lime Sorbet Recipe and Video

Mango Lime Sorbet Recipe and Video

It’s hot, hot, HOT here in Charlotte! We’ve been cooling down with our latest favorite simple snack. Check out our Mango Lime Sorbet Recipe and Video below!

This sorbet is simple: you toss all 4 ingredients into your blender, mix it up, and serve – yes, that’s it! See our Mango Lime Sorbet Recipe and Video below. And enjoy this refreshing and healthy treat!

mango lime sorbet with mint and coconut milk recipe:

Age: 8 months plus
Yield: 4-6 servings
Food storage: best served immediately (can freeze for up to 24 hours)
Serving: self-feed, family friendly

  • 3 cups frozen mango
  • 1/4 cup fresh squeezed lime juice (about 2 limes)
  • 3/4 cup light coconut milk
  • 1 tablespoon fresh mint, roughly chopped


Place all ingredients into the blender* and blend until thoroughly combined. The consistency will be thick and smooth. Serve!

*Note: you will need a high-powered blender for this. If you have trouble blending add a little more of the coconut milk in small amounts until things start moving.

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Alessandra Macaluso is author of What a Good Eater! and The Real-Deal Bridal Bible, host of the Real-Deal Brides Podcast, and blogger at Alessandra’s work is featured in several anthologies, most recently But Did You Die? which is the fifth installment in a New York Times bestselling series. She has contributed to The Huffington Post, Scary Mommy, and many other online publications. Her original screenplay “Polar Suburbia” placed as a semi-finalist in the Moondance Film Festival. Alessandra is mom to two toddlers and a twenty-five pound Maine coon cat who believes he is a dog. She spends her time driving her OCD husband completely nuts with her constant rearrangement of scenery in their home. Learn more at and follow her on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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