Tropical Sorbet | Mango and Pineapple Sorbet


When it comes to frozen delights, Sorbet is a must, and I cannot skip this simple frozen fruit delight during summer. Today I am going to share a Tropical Sorbet, precisely Pineapple and Mango sorbet with a hint of lemon juice. And, I did not use any ice-cream machine or churner for this recipe. Aloha !!! Bring the tropical flavor to your home with this delightful five ingredient no churn sorbet.

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Frozen Mango Yogurt Bars

Can you eat mango lassi? Ask me, and I will say “Yes, of course” :-) and if you ask me how, I will say “as frozen bars.”  :-) That’s what I am going to share today – Frozen Mango-Yogurt bars or barks or mango lassi bars. Please feel free to pick your favorite name. If you are like me crazy about mangoes and wondering how to store them even after the season is over – then you are right the right place and here is the solution.

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Mixed Berry Froyo

Mixed Berry Froyo is a delicious frozen summer treat rich in antioxidants and probiotics. This froyo is a no-churn simple recipe, and it can be prepared without an ice-cream machine. Froyo is nothing flavored frozen yogurt. You can add your favorite flavors which could be anything from frozen fruits to liquid flavors like vanilla or rose syrup. This time I went with mixed berries to prepare this vibrant mixed berry froyo. These froyos are great way sneak in the fruits.

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Xanthan Gum | Vegan Mango Ice Cream Using Xanthan Gum

Here we are, with the difficult alphabet ‘X’. I am posting an ice-cream recipe today with Xanthan Gum and also some additional information about the same. This is a vegan homemade ice-cream prepared with coconut milk, alphonso mango pulp and almond milk without Ice-cream maker.  Xanthan Gum is used here to obtain the creamy texture. Half a teaspoon is more than enough for this ice-cream.


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Watermelon – Roohafza Popsicle

Summer is here and we all want to be in outdoors and have something cool and refreshing. Melons are one of the best coolants, especially water melons. I want to make something refreshing and yummy, at the same time. So here comes my watermelon popsicle with falooda seeds and roohafza. Roohafza adds a special flavor to this popsicle and makes it completely refreshing. Falooda seeds adds more texture and its completely optional. 


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