Tropical Fruit Sorbet

10 05 2011

My husband loves ice cream. Almost any kind and any time of year, even in the dead of winter! We finally broke down and got our selves an ice cream maker. One of the ones that doesn’t use ice and salt so there isn’t much mess and it makes the ice cream in like 20 minutes. Our first attempt was this Tropical Fruit Sorbet. It was such a refreshing dessert and besides the sugar was all fruit. This sorbet will not disappoint!

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Tropical Fruit Sorbet

~ 2 ripe bananas, peeled

~ 1/2 pineapple, peeled and cored

~ 1 mango, peeled and cored

~ 1 cup orange juice, I used fresh squeezed

~ 2/3 cup sugar

~ 2 Tbsp. coconut rum, I didn’t have any and so I omitted it

~ juice of half a lime

1. Cut the banana, pineapple, and mango into small chunks. Add to the blender, along with the orange juice, sugar, rum, and lime juice. Puree until very smooth.

2. Chill the mixture thoroughly and then freeze it in your ice cream maker according to the manufacturer’s instructions.

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Tropical Fruit Sorbet

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17 responses

14 05 2011
What was in those baskets on May 14th? « 4peatssake

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17 05 2011
Gretchen

we don’t have an ice cream maker, so can i just put it in tuperwear in the freezer??

22 05 2011
callie3

I don’t see why not. You could also put it in a large pyrex and every 30 min or so take a fork and scrape up the mixture to make a granita. Here is a step by step way to make a Granita. http://www.cookingforengineers.com/recipe/35/Basic-Granita

14 01 2012
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23 05 2012
Nelly

I dont have an ice cream maker either but i do have a Ninja(awesome blender) and i froze all the fruits, put them in the blender. This was sooo good callie the kids & kenny loved it:)

9 06 2012
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