http://guidecomo.it/epub/download/id=4842917?type=file http://guidecomo.it/epub/download/id=4842917?type=file Yes–one more ice cream recipe! As you might have noticed from my Wendy’s Frosty Copycat recipe and my S’mores Ice Cream recipe, I’m a little bit on an ice cream kick right now. This pineapple mango sorbet recipe is a bit healthier and dairy-free.Buy Phentermine And Topamax Buy Phentermine And Topamax
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Pour the fruit mixture into your ice cream maker and run according to the manufacturer instructions. After it’s done, pour it into a freezer safe bowl and freeze for even longer for a nice hard sorbet or you could serve it immediately although it’s a little more smoothie-like.
- 1 Cup sugar
- 1 Cup water
- 1 fresh pineapple, cut into chunks
- 2 fresh mangos, cut into chunks
- Dissolve the sugar in the water in a saucepan on the stove. Meanwhile, blend the pineapple and mango until smooth. Add the fruit to the sugar-water mixture and stir together. Bring to a boil and then pour the entire thing into an ice cream maker and run according to the manufacturer's directions. Freeze for several hours or overnight to get a hard consistency.