Strawberry Sorbet XXII Recipe. 3 Ingredient Ginger Strawberry Sorbet. Frozen Mango Bites. Have you ever had mango lassi? It’s a traditional Indian drink made by blending mango with yogurt. These frozen mango bites remind me of mango lassi. They make a simple (and kid-friendly) dessert or snack. Mango has a silky, dense texture when frozen that reminds me of ice cream. I make these with my homemade yogurt, after dripping the yogurt through a cheesecloth to make the yogurt thick.
Ingredients 2 cups mango, cut into bite-sized chunks 1 cup thick full-fat Greek yogurt (SCD/GAPS use dripped homemade yogurt) OR for dairy free use whipped coconut cream from a can of coconut milk 1 Tbs. raw honey or maple syrup Instructions Freeze the mango chunks on a cookie sheet (don't let the chunks touch). Crockpot Pumpkin Custard for Fall (GAPS Legal) The Ultimate Coconut Popsicle. Today I’m excited to share this yummy Coconut Popsicle recipe from Loriel of Healthy Roots, Happy Soul!
Please head over to Healthy Roots, Happy Soul and check out Loriel’s fabulous recipes and don’t forget to follow Healthy Roots, Happy Soul on facebook! I’ve been craving ice cream lately but can not eat dairy due to a sensitivity I just found out I have. Bummer! I don’t have an ice cream maker either so I had to shoot for the next best thing… popsicles! I know, I’m sort of late getting on the popsicle bandwagon but lucky for me (and lucky for you) popsicles are good any time of the year – especially here in sunny Florida.
I made this recipe with coconut milk because it is an excellent substitution for dairy. It was the closest thing I could use to get my vanilla ice cream fix on. I made the popsicles on a whim and kept the ingredients simple — boy did I hit gold! You know, I love this popsicle recipe so much I went to three different stores to find another mold so I could make more. Two Ingredient Peach Sorbet - We Got Real.