5 Minute Paleo Sorbet



5 Minute Mango Paleo 'Ice Cream'



 If healthy sorbet sounds too good to be true, I am here to tell you that you’re wrong! This Paleo diet approved ‘sorbet’ is the favorite dessert at my house, even beating out traditional ice cream treats. It’s really that good. With only 3 simple ingredients, this sorbet is dairy free, gluten free and vegan friendly. My personal favorites are mango (top) and pineapple (bottom).



5 Minute Paleo Pineapple Sorbet



No need for an ice cream maker on this one. All you need is a good blender, unsweetened frozen fruit, 1 can of full fat coconut milk, and liquid stevia. click ‘more’ for recipe

5 Minute Paleo Sorbet
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No need for an ice cream maker on this one. This 5 minute Paleo friendly ‘sorbet’ is dairy free, gluten free and vegan friendly. Oh, and its’ delicious.
Ingredients
  • ¾ cup regular coconut milk. Don’t get the ‘light’ version as it won’t work the same.
  • 2.5 cups unsweetened frozen fruit (pineapple and mango work great)
  • 5 drops liquid stevia

Instructions
  1. Place coconut milk and frozen fruit into blender, and blend on high until frozen fruit is completely blended. Add in a little more coconut milk if mixture seems far too thick.
  2. Add in 5 drops liquid stevia and blend once again until well mixed.
  3. Enjoy!

Notes
Feel free to use any frozen fruit you want, just make sure it is unsweetened.Top with additional fruit, raw coconut shreds or any toppings of your choosing.

 

4 comments on 5 Minute Paleo Sorbet

  1. Sarah
    June 10, 2015 at 3:02 am (2 years ago)

    Well this work with homemade coconut milk made from fresh coconuts, or does it require the canned kind with thickeners? I’ve started making my own because I don’t want the preservatives and fillers.

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    • Sarah
      June 10, 2015 at 3:03 am (2 years ago)

      *will

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    • Danielle
      Danielle
      June 17, 2015 at 12:38 pm (2 years ago)

      Hi Sarah. Great question. I personally haven’t tried it, but I think the fresh might be too runny unfortunately :( The full fat canned variety really gives this sorbet the thickness and creaminess needed. If you do try it with the fresh and it works out, please let me know!

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  2. Tommy
    June 20, 2015 at 8:22 pm (2 years ago)

    Can I make this ahead of time and freeze it? Or is it best to make it immediately before consumption?

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