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I love the ease of making sorbet and the joy of enjoy its fresh fruit flavor. While my first love is a blackberry coconut sorbet, a close second is this peach mango sorbet. It’s fruity, icy (yet still creamy!) and can be made without an ice cream maker, which is a big win in my book.

2 glasses of mango sorbet topped with mango slices and mint.
Table of Contents
  1. Recipe Ingredients
  2. Easy Add-Ins
  3. How to Make Mango Sorbet
  4. FAQs
  5. More Summer Treats
  6. Simple Mango Sorbet Recipe

Grab these three easy-to-find ingredients and blend a recipe that will take your next dessert to another level. Tame those hot summer nights with a delightful treat that the whole family will love.

Recipe Ingredients

labeled ingredients for fresh dessert including orange juice, peaches and mango.

What makes this recipe so great is its limited ingredient list. You can find all these items at your local grocery store, and you won’t even need a list to remember them!

  • Frozen mango: I like buying this in bulk from Costco to cut down on cost. You can also chop up fresh mango and freeze them yourself. I’ve got an easy guide on how to cut a mango.
  • Frozen peaches: These are easy to find in the frozen fruit aisle, or freeze your own!
  • Fresh orange juice: Look for 100% juice (or make your own), no added sugar is necessary. This helps achieve that gorgeous sunny color as well as adds to the flavor.

This has the sweetness of a dessert without any added sugar, yet you can add in a bit of maple syrup for added sweetness if you wish. It also contains potassium, vitamin C, fiber and even a little protein; the added bonus of using whole fruit!

Easy Add-Ins

Feel free to jazz up this simple recipe in a variety of ways. You can easily add in frozen strawberries, raspberries, fresh lime juice, and more to customize it.

Top your finished product with some homemade chamoy sauce for a little spice, some lime zest or fresh berries. If you are serving this at an adults-only gathering then mix in some vodka or the alcohol of your choice for a little bit of happy hour.

Try a scoop of sorbet with some sparkling water (flavored or not) for a super fun treat!

How to Make Mango Sorbet

glass of orange colored dessert with white spoon on a colorful tea towel.

No extra bowls, cups or prep is needed for this simple recipe! Just grab your blender and let’s get started.

  1. Combine the mango, peaches and oranges in a blender and puree until smooth. Stop and scrape down the sides as needed, and add a little extra liquid if your blender is struggling.
  2. For the soft-serve sorbet: serve immediately after blending. For the scoopable sorbet: transfer to an air-tight container and chill it in the freezer until firm.
  3. Store leftovers in the freezer.

If you want to add in maple syrup or the natural sweetener of your choice, do so during the first step. If you need extra liquid then use a little more orange juice or some water. Any add-ins should be added during the blending stage.

Alternative Blending Options

If you don’t have a high-powered blender, that’s okay! This mango sorbet recipe can also be mixed in a food processor or regular blender. Just blend a bit longer, stop and scrape down the sides as needed and be patient while you achieve a smooth texture.

If you are using one of these alternative options then feel free to thaw your frozen fruit a bit before blending, or use fresh fruit instead. This way your machine won’t have to work overtime to puree.

peach mango sorbet in a glass with fresh mint and a white spoon.


What is mango sorbet?

Mango sorbet is a frozen dessert made with mango, peaches and orange juice. It is blended in a blender (no ice cream maker needed!) and is naturally dairy-free, yet can have a similar texture to ice cream.

What goes well with mango sorbet?

If you want to fancy up your frozen dessert then you can add in some fresh sprigs of mint, add a bit of heat with chamoy sauce or toss in some fresh berries. You can even top it with some coconut whipped cream if you’re feeling extra sassy.

Does mango sorbet have dairy in it?

No! Sorbet is typically water + fruit + sugar, so it is naturally dairy-free. My version uses natural fruit sugar and orange juice as the sweetener, and juice as the liquid, so it’s incredibly easy to make and enjoy.

More Summer Treats

There is no better time than hot summer days to enjoy frozen treats. From ice cream to fruit sorbets and icy beverages, I’ve got you covered all season long. Here’s how I’m cooling off this year:

What are you whipping up this summer? I want to know! And don’t forget to rate + review this recipe once you make it. I can’t wait to hear how it turns out for you.

5 from 3 votes

Simple Mango Sorbet

Live it up this season with my Mango Sorbet recipe. It is dairy-free, frosty and vibrantly orange. Ready for dessert seekers young and old and easy to make!
Prep: 5 minutes
Total: 5 minutes
Author: Jen Hansard
Course: Dessert
Cuisine: dairy-free, Gluten-Free, Vegan, vegetarian
Serves: 4


  • blender


  • 2 cups mango frozen
  • 2 cups peaches frozen
  • 1 cup orange juice
  • 2 tsp maple syrup optional
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  • In a high-powered blender, combine mango, peaches and orange juice. Puree, stopping to scrape down the sides as needed. Add a little extra liquid if the blender is struggling. Taste, then add a bit of maple syrup if you want a sweeter result.
  • Serve immediately for a soft serve sorbet or transfer to an air-tight container and freeze until firm enough to scoop. Store leftovers in the freezer.


  • Use fresh or frozen fruit.
  • Use the natural sweetener of your choice.
  • You can use a regular blender or food processor in place of a high-powered blender, just know it will take longer to achieve a smooth result. 
  • Two peeled oranges can be swapped in for the orange juice.
  • Serve a scoop of sorbet with some fizzy water for an extra special treat!


Calories: 119kcal, Carbohydrates: 29g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 1g, Saturated Fat: 0.1g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.1g, Monounsaturated Fat: 0.2g, Sodium: 12mg, Potassium: 364mg, Fiber: 3g, Sugar: 25g, Vitamin A: 1268IU, Vitamin C: 64mg, Calcium: 23mg, Iron: 1mg
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  1. I will definitely try this, I have 2 mangos peeled and chopped already , I don’t have orange juice but I liked you noted we can use fresh oranges.

    1. Hi Rachel! Let me know how you like it when you make it, I love to hear feedback!!