Mango Passion Fruit Sorbet

This easy vegan Mango Passion Fruit Sorbet recipe is tropical, tangy and light- the most refreshing dairy-free summer treat that couldn’t be easier to prepare!

Mango Passion Fruit Sorbet in two dessert glassesWell, I’m back after a brief blogging hiatus, and now I’m officially a Mrs!!! I promise I’ll get to telling you about this refreshing Passion Fruit Mango Sorbet recipe in a minute, but first I have to gush a little bit.

Our wedding day was completely and utterly magical; filled with so much love, sunshine, laughter, nerves, anxiety, and tears- happy ones of course!

several scoops of Passion fruit Mango Sorbet in dessert glassesWe’re actually kinda sad that after so much planning (and spending- sheesh! Weddings do not come cheap!), poof! It was all over in the blink of an eye.

One minute I was walking down the aisle, and before I knew it we were cutting the cake and dancing until the bittersweet end.

I tried my best to take several moments to soak in all the good vibes, but I still can’t believe how quickly the day went by. Did anyone else feel the post-wedding blues after their big day was over?

Mango Passion Fruit SorbetOh well, I know John and I are eagerly awaiting the photos to come back from our amazing photographer so that we can relive it all over again. And when they do I’m thinking about doing an in-depth post here about the wedding.

All the ups and downs and everything I learned from planning my own wedding in only 4 months- eek!

Still don’t know how we pulled it off. Let me know if that’s something you’d be interested in reading!

two scoops of Mango Passion Fruit Sorbet in a dessert jar But, big picture: the wedding was just one day, and a long and happy marriage is by far the most important thing to come out of it.

We’re definitely basking in the newlywed glow and are so excited to be husband and wife! So to celebrate my return to blogging after the wedding literally taking over our lives, and as a giddy new wifey engulfed in lovey-dovey feels, I thought something with passion fruit would be most appropriate.

Also I walked into Whole Foods the other day and a mountain of passion fruit was on sale, so yeah.

And since mango is my most favorite fruit in all the world, I just had to combine these two tropical fruits into one perfect union in this super simple, sweet and tangy Passion Fruit Mango Sorbet recipe.

Mango Passion Fruit Sorbet

Why this Passion Fruit Mango Sorbet Recipe is the perfect way to end a meal:

  • It’s bright, smooth and would you just look at that vibrant yellow? Like sunshine!
  • Most of the sweetness comes for ripe mangoes so you don’t have to add lots of sugar.
  • This is a fat-free,  dairy-free and vegan frozen treat.
  • Only 4 ingredients needed!

What better way to say goodbye to summer than with this tropical frozen treat like this passion fruit mango sorbet recipe? You could host a swanky rooftop wedding in Santa Barbara, but trust me, this is way easier.

Tips for making this Passion Fruit Mango Sorbet Recipe:

  • Avoid green passion fruits. Remember, the greener, the less ripened it is. Look for fruit that has turned purple, red, and/or yellow
  • When picking your mangos, don’t go by color. Always judge by feel. Squeeze the fruit gently. If it’s ripe, it will give slightly.
  • Don’t be tempted to reduce the amount of sugar used in this sorbet recipe. Sugar doesn’t just sweeten this passion fruit sorbet—it’s also responsible for the smooth structure.
  • The vodka is added for texture, not for flavor. Alcohol reduces your homemade sorbet’s freezing point, thus making it softer and easier to scoop. Note that the more alcohol you add, the softer the sorbet gets, so don’t go too crazy or your mango sorbet will turn into a slushie.

close-up of a glass jar filled with vegan Mango Passion Fruit Sorbet

Variations on this sorbet recipe: 

  • You can use rum or tequila instead of vodka but the alcohol will be more noticeable than the relatively neutral vodka.
  • If you cannot find fresh passion fruit, you can use frozen passion fruit pulp. A medium passion fruit usually contains 2 tablespoons of pulp.
  • You can skip the alcohol (see tips) – the flavor will be the same.

How long does this homemade sorbet last? 

Your homemade Mango Passion Fruit  Sorbet is safe to eat for about 2 to 4 months if stored in the freezer.

Can I make this mango sorbet recipe without an ice cream maker? 

You can make this sorbet recipe without an ice cream maker but the texture of the finished product will not be as smooth.

If you don’t have an ice cream maker, place then blended mix in an ice cream container or lined loaf pan and mix the sorbet regularly with a fork as it freezes. Alternatively, process it in a food processor once frozen.

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Mango Passion Fruit Sorbet

This Mango Passion Fruit Sorbet is tropical, tangy and light- the most refreshing summer treat that couldn’t be easier to prepare!

Course Dessert
Cuisine Italian
Keyword easy mango sorbet, homemade mango sorbet, tropical fruit sorbet
Prep Time 10 minutes
Churning 45 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 4
Author Denisse

Ingredients

  • 4-6 passion fruits
  • 2 large mangoes peeled, seeded and roughly chopped
  • 1/4 cup sugar
  • 1 tablespoon vodka

Instructions

  1. Halve passion fruits and scoop the pulp into a mesh strainer set over a small bowl. Use a wooden spoon to stir the seeds around to release the juice. Discard the seeds. Add the juice to a food processor along with mango, sugar and vodka. Puree until completely smooth.
  2. Freeze in an ice cream maker, then transfer to an airtight container and store in the freezer until ready to serve.

Recipe Notes

  • Avoid green passion fruits. Remember, the greener, the less ripened it is. Look for fruit that has turned purple, red, and/or yellow
  • When picking your mangos, don't go by color. Always judge by feel. Squeeze the fruit gently. If it's ripe, it will give slightly.
  • Don't be tempted to reduce the amount of sugar used in this sorbet recipe. Sugar doesn't just sweeten this passion fruit sorbet—it's also responsible for the smooth structure.
  • The vodka is added for texture, not for flavor. Alcohol reduces your homemade sorbet's freezing point, thus making it softer and easier to scoop. Note that the more alcohol you add, the softer the sorbet gets, so don't go too crazy or your mango sorbet will turn into a slushie. 

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