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No sugar added mango Bai sorbet is a refreshing after dinner treat.
Being aware of the things that are in the foods that we consume is something that I have cared more and more about lately. I still eat fast food and eat a piece of candy or some chips on occasion. I’m not talking about being perfect with eating (although if you are, go you). I’m simply more aware of the foods that my family consumes.
It is really amazing the things that you will find in products that are marketed to people that are health conscious and looking for better options. Last week I made some low fat Southwest protein bowls for the freezer and spent some time researching nutrition labels for frozen tv dinners. It was shocking to see all of the strange ingredients in these heat and eat “healthy” meals.
So after checking that out, I was even more convicted to try to do better. Perfect? Nope. Just better.
Enter in this no sugar added mango Bai Sorbet. Just a few simple ingredients that are all approved on the Trim Healthy Mama plan that I follow.
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No Sugar Added Mango Bai Sorbet – THM E
A dessert with just a couple of healthy ingredients is right up my alley for a weeknight treat. It is nice to be able to feed my kids a little “icecream” treat filled with fruit and only things that I want in there.
To make this no sugar added mango Bai sorbet you only need 3 items and you should be able to find all 3 at your local Walmart.
Here is what you need for this frozen fruit sorbet:
- Mango Bai
- Unsweetned Almond or Oat Milk
- Frozen Mango
Making The Sorbet Frozen Dessert
To make this recipe, just gather your 3 ingredients and your blender.
Add the frozen mango to the blender and add the liquids. Blend until smooth.
You can eat it at this point but it will be very soft, similar to a thick smoothie.
I like to spread the no sugar added mango Bai sorbet into a small pyrex dish. Cover and place in the freezer for about 1.5 to 2 hours.
The sorbet will firm up some but not be a block of ice at this point.
Tips For the Perfect Sorbet
- Freeze for 1-2 hours to firm the mixture.
- If the sorbet is too thick, add a 1/4 cup extra Bai beverage
Trim Healthy Mama E Dessert
Ya’ll know that I lost 60 lbs postpartum with my 2nd child by following the Trim Healthy Mama Plan. If you are also on the THM plan, this recipe is an E.
I have a decent amount of easy S desserts that I rotate but not a ton of E treats. Lots of times, I will just have a little fruit with my E meal but a refreshing no sugar added mango Bai sorbet makes me extra happy.
And it is a super easy recipe, so even a Drive Thru Sue might want to try it!