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Mango or Pineapple Coconut Sorbet

Posting Date: 04/26/18

Mango or Pineapple Coconut Sorbet

Mango or Pineapple Coconut Sorbet can be fast and easy to make. The recipe doesn't require an ice cream maker. All you need is a blender. In order to make it without an ice cream maker, frozen fruit chunks are used. There are only 3 ingredients needed to make it.

I used to buy mango sorbet but they were expensive and I liked it so much that it seemed I couldn't get enough. One day I was watching Ellie's Real Good Food. She was showing how to make mango coconut sorbet that only used 3 ingredients and required no ice cream maker. So, I tried it and liked the taste and consistency because it tasted the same as the one I normally bought. Since then, I always make my own sorbet and have never bought mango sorbet anymore. I have since tried other fruit, such as pineapple. Pineapple goes really well with coconut and it has become my favorite. So, for this recipe, you can use either frozen mango or pineapple. You can also use half of frozen mango and half of frozen pineapple. I got the frozen fruit from the grocery stores. It comes in a bag of 16 oz. You can also freeze the fruit yourself. However, you have to make sure that the fruit is not wet before freezing it. Otherwise, the sorbet will become icy. So, before freezing it in the freezer, pat the fruit dry if you just wash it. Make sure you store it in tightly sealed bag.

This recipe serves 3-4 people.


  • 16 oz or 3 cups frozen pineapple or mango chunks. You have to use frozen fruit since we don't use an ice cream maker and the frozen fruit will make the consistency of a sorbet using a blender.
  • 1/2 cup light coconut milk
  • 1/4 cup honey


  1. Place frozen mango or pineapple, light coconut milk, and honey in a blender. Process until it become smooth. You may have to pulse it several times to make sure the fruit is completely crushed and smooth and there is no big pieces of the fruit chunks.
  2. Serve it right away so that it will not melt. If you have leftover, you can place it in a tight container and store it in a freezer. It will last several days in a freezer. However, if you are me, it won't last more than a day.

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