This Thermomix Mango Sorbet with Mint and Lime tastes just like a Mojito but without the rum! It’s refreshingly creamy, tangy, tropical and naturally sweetened with honey.
This is my favourite sorbets to have in summer and is a big hit in our house. One of the great things about the Thermomix is it’s ability to make sorbet in less than five minutes without the help of an ice cream maker. Homemade is so much better for you without all the added sugar and preservatives in supermarket ones so making your own is definitely better.
Both Coles and Woolies sell frozen mango pieces in the freezer section for about $4 each so you could make this dessert all year round. I’ve never been good at cutting fresh mangoes properly so the frozen pieces make life so much easier with less a lot less mess.
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Thermomix Mango Sorbet – a refreshing sorbet that tastes like a Mojito but without the rum! Made with mangoes, mint, lime and a little honey, it’s ready in minutes.
500 g frozen mangoes (note 1)
5–10 mint leaves
10 g honey
juice of half a lime
1 egg white (optional to make it smooth)
Add the mango and mint to the TM Bowl and blitz for 20 sec/speed 9. Scrape down the bowl.
Insert the butterfly attachment and add all the other ingredients and mix for 1-2 minutes/speed 3 until nice and creamy. Sometimes the butterfly gets stuck and the error beep occurs – if this happens just keep scraping the bowl down. It will eventually work as the mangoes begin to thaw and soften.
Serve and enjoy!
Both Coles and Woolies sell frozen mango pieces in the freezer section. A 500g pack is about $4-5.