Do you want to hang onto summer for just a little while longer? Me too.
Well lovely, you’re in luck, because I’ve come up with a solution.
First, go and buy the last of the cheap mangoes and bananas, then hurry back to the kitchen. Next, peel and chop up the flesh and chuck it into a container and pop it into the freezer.
The last bit is the tough bit… wait 4 hours or overnight for those fruit babies to freeze. Once they’re completely solid, you’re only 5 minutes away from stuffing your face full of sorbet. Healthy sorbet.
So to have this recipe ready in 5 minutes you need to get organised the night before, but once the fruit is frozen all you have to do is blitz it up in the food processor and, bam!, you’ve got instant sorbet that’s sugar-free, dairy-free and super healthy.
If oat milk doesn’t float your boat, substitute with the same amount of another dairy-free milk such as coconut, almond, rice or soy. Coconut really amps up the tropical vibe too.
The result straight from the food processor is similar to soft-serve in consistency and ready to eat. If you are making it in advance you can freeze in a container and then pop in the fridge for 30 minutes before ready to serve.
Top with fresh passionfruit or other tropical fruits like lychee, mangosteen or finely diced pineapple to complete the experience. It’s also perfect for the kids as there’s no sugar and they get a serve of fruit in a really yummy way.
Enjoy basking in that fresh summer glow all autumn long as you tuck into your freezer stash of summer :)
Have you tried blitzing up frozen fruit in the food processor? What’s your favourite flavour combo?
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5 minute tropical sorbet
makes 6-8 scoops
- 2 large bananas, peeled, sliced and frozen until completely solid
- 2 small mangoes, peeled, sliced and frozen until completely solid
- 125ml (1/2 cup) Vitasoy Oatmilk Original
- 2-3 passionfruits, to garnish (optional)
1. Place the frozen mango and frozen banana into the bowl of a food processor. Pour in the oatmilk and blitz for 2-3 minutes until smooth.
2. Serve immediately for the perfect soft sorbet texture topped with fresh passionfruit. If preferred, transfer to a plastic container and freeze until ready to serve, however you will need to sit the container at room temperature for 10 minutes or so to soften before it becomes soft enough to scoop.
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