Monday, July 2, 2012

Mango Lime & Raspberry Zinger Sorbet

Tonight I wanted a little something sweet after dinner so I decided to whip up a simple sorbet.  I opted for a light full flavored sorbet that is super easy to prepare and is a better choice than the sugar laden ice creams and store bought sorbets.  It’s extremely easy to make a sorbet with frozen fruit and a food processor.  Just whip it up and it turns into a sorbet.  Add your sweetener weather its honey, stevia or even pure sugar.    If you don’t want to the zing of the chili lime, leave it out.  You can also add a little coconut milk to make it creamer. Kids really like making sorbet because it's easy to do and they can eat it really quick!

I’ve combined my love for red raspberries and that mango
chili lime combo to make this sensational sorbet. Here's the recipe.

Mango Lime & Raspberry Zinger Sorbet

1 Cup
Mangos, Chunks (Frozen)
1 Cup Red Raspberries, (Frozen)
1 Truvia (Stevia Individual Package)
1/2 Lime, Juiced
Pinch of Mexican Fruit Seasoning

In a food processor add the Mango, Raspberries, Truvia, Lime and Mexican Fruit Seasoning. Process until it becomes a smooth sorbet.

You can eat it right away or freeze it to make it a little more firm.

Raspberries are loaded with vitamin C, manganese, foliate, magnesium, niacin, potassium and copper. This makes them a very good source of B class vitamins, as well as an excellent source of soluble dietary fiber. 

Yum!  Stormy

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