Strawberry and mango sorbet

Got overripe fruits? Make the easiest dessert ever. Top with whipped cream and a whole cherry and you got yourself a dessert that’s pretty and delicious and, best of all, very inexpensive.

Speedy did this, not me. He was cleaning out the fridge, I guess he didn’t want to throw anything away so he made a sorbet. Even the idea of adding whipped cream and cherries was his.

Recipe: Strawberry and mango sorbet


  • 2 c. of very ripe strawberries
  • 1 c. of very ripe mangoes
  • sugar


  1. Dice the fruits.
  2. Throw into a blender. Puree. Add sugar to taste and pulse a few times to melt the sugar and blend.
  3. Transfer to a freezer container and freeze.
  4. For best results, rake with a fork every hour or few hours to break the ice crystals so that you get a smoother sorbet.

Quick notes

You can change the proportion by using more or less of each of the fruits.

Preparation time: 10 minute(s)

Number of servings (yield): 6


  1. says

    Avocados are also great for making sorbet, though I find it a bit tricky to get the taste right since you could easily overwhelm everything with sugar or milk.

  2. dhale says

    yuuum! you don’t run out of ideas :) btw ms. connie, did your husband by any chance go to Ever Antipolo yesterday? i think i saw him (or the guy i saw just looked so much like him) :)

    • says

      Sunday? Yaaah… He went out to buy eggplants and potato chips for Sam. He goes to Lores market for the veggies, so he might have gone across the street to Ever for the potato chips. :)

  3. dhale says

    aha! i saw him took chips from the shelves. was thinking he’d find it weird if i said hello so i didn’t. heehee. i also looked so I know you weren’t with him. sayang! :D