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This banana sorbet is great for hot summer afternoons, or when you're just craving a cold dessert treat. Easy to make and uses only 3 simple ingredients.

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IngredientsServes: 5

  • 200g caster sugar
  • 250ml water
  • 3 bananas, mashed

MethodPrep:10min ›Cook:10min ›Extra time:5hr freezing › Ready in:5hr20min

  1. In a small saucepan, stir together sugar and water. Bring to the boil, then remove from heat and allow to cool.
  2. When the sugar syrup is cool, stir in the bananas. Pour into a freezer suitable container. Freeze for 3 to 4 hours, until set at the edges.
  3. Remove from the freezer and transfer to a mixing bowl. Use an electric mixer to beat until smooth. Return to the freezer until gently set, at least 2 hours.


Alternatively, make in your ice cream maker according to the manufacturer's instructions for sorbet.

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Reviews in English (49)

I think you have something missing there in the preparation-02 Jul 2012

Preparation-27 Sep 2011

I liked this recipe. It was easy to make but tasted very sweet. That could have been because I added rasberries instead of bananas. But that's the beauty of it, you can add any fruit and it will still taste just as good. A very good recipe, I just hope the swetetness was the fault of the raspberries and not the recipe.-27 Jul 2012

Strawberry Banana Sorbet

Apparently, not all desserts have to be full of brown butter or drenched in white chocolate! Who knew? This strawberry banana sorbet recipe is here for you when you’re in the mood for something sweet, but nothing heavy. In fact, I’d go so far as to say this sorbet is downright healthy.

Mango Banana Sorbet – No Added Sugar

Spring has sprung and it&rsquos time to celebrate the lighter side of life!

I feel like we need to celebrate the last Wind Down Wednesday of March with this delicious homemade Mango Banana Sorbet, wouldn&rsquot you agree?

Yes, partially I chose this because I think it pairs PERFECTLY with my new favorite beverage of choice: a sweet Moscato!

After months of trying to figure out what wine I prefer the most, I&rsquove come to realize with spring here and summer just around the corner, I am a huge fan of Moscato. The refreshing hints of citrus simply wow my tastebuds and leave me wanting more, which is somewhat challenging when I&rsquom trying to practice moderation and my 4 oz serving!

Anyways, I suggest if your 21 and older you pour yourself a glass and dive into this new Mango Banana Sorbet with me.

Usually I prefer ice cream over sorbet, but lately, I can&rsquot get enough frozen mango. I literally am buying it in five pound bags and eating is straight out of the freezer like it&rsquos candy!

Yep, Mr. CEO watches me from afar as he&rsquos working on the #ShawGreenhouse, judging me with those deep brown eyes. I have no shame though! When something is so satisfying and tasty, I just can&rsquot get enough!

I decided I needed to help my wallet out a bit since mango isn&rsquot necessarily the most budget friendly fruit. That&rsquos when I decided to whip up this Mango Banana Sorbet using the three pounds of bananas I picked up from Costco for $1.39! Talk about a way to stretch that dollar heyyyy?!

This recipe has ZERO added sugars and is packed full of potassium, fiber, vitamin A and C! Not only is this fat free and cholesterol free, it has only a small amount of sodium, making this the perfect heart healthy dessert for those with high cholesterol and hypertension. Some may say, DASH Diet approved!

If you&rsquove got a sweet tooth, then wait no longer! Whip this up today and you&rsquoll be grateful come this evening when you&rsquore craving strikes!

Banana Cantaloupe Sorbet

The summer heat can be quite oppressive, but at least you get to cool off with seasonal melons! If you haven’t seen an assortment of melons at your local grocery store, it’s time to spread your wings and fly to another place. Melons are freshest during summer months and they are the perfect produce items for cooling you off.

The beautiful cantaloupe offers a sweet flavor that blends easily with banana to yield a lovely sorbet that is free of added sugars. This recipe requires you to freeze both the cantaloupe and banana. In order to freeze the cantaloupe, cut it into cubes, place the cubes on a plate or baking sheet lined with parchment paper, and place it in the freezer for a few hours or overnight. The reason you do this is to avoid clumping. Once frozen, you can add the cantaloupe to sandwich bags and keep them frozen until you are ready to make the sorbet.

You will love this sorbet, especially if you are cleansing and need a refreshing, sweet and healthy dessert.

Tips for this Recipe:

  • Make the simple syrup, it is worth it
  • Mix it up a little by adding your favorite tropical fruits
  • Top with toasted coconut for a little added texture and flavor
  • Top with fresh banana slices

To begin making the Strawberry Banana Sorbet recipe, blend together all the frozen fruits and juices along with the sugar until you get a smooth puree. Check the sugar and adjust to suit your taste.

Process strawberry and banana mixture in ice cream maker according to manufacturer's instructions. If you don't have an ice cream maker then place sorbet mixture in shallow freezer-proof glass container and freeze, stirring every hour until set, about 10 hours.

Once the sorbet is frozen, you can make the sorbet 3 days ahead and cover and freeze into an airtight container.

Serve the Strawberry Banana Sorbet for your holiday parties with family and friends

This is the best sorbet recipe because it takes almost ZERO effort to make, which you will see…

  • Blend fruit together. Add frozen bananas and frozen cantaloupe to the blender and blend them until they are the texture of ice cream.

Can you believe that is all you need to do? You can either eat it right away or toss it in the freezer, so it hardens more.

TIP: The key is using frozen fruit because it blends nicely and you can eat it right away if you want.

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Measure out the ingredients and add them to a blender.

Blend on high until smooth.

Next, using an ice cream maker, place in the maker and follow the recommended directions specific to your ice cream machine.

Let it run for about 45 minutes, until the mixture is thick in texture.

Pour the sorbet into a freeze proof bowl and let it harden overnight.


Recipes like this watermelon and banana sorbet is the reason I love making desserts. Yes, after a hot sunny days of hard working, nothing would definitely feel more refreshing and satisfying than some pinch of freshly homemade sorbets.

A couple of weeks ago, I shared a watermelon recipe, which turned out very great but I admit that this watermelon and banana sorbet may have excelled it. There is definitely no need to carry out a side by side taste check to know which is better cos for sure, the combination of ripe bananas, watermelon and sweet maple syrup drops made a really fantastic sorbet for everyone's delight.

But I am not denying that the previous watermelon recipe is not delicious var13 -->cos each of the recipes and desserts are perfectly good on their own and makes an amazing desserts you can ever imagine. Whatever the case, both desserts are fantastic and refreshing.

One major difference is that this sorbet contains more than one sweet major fruit (watermelon and banana) while the initial one had only watermelon. The finished sorbet was so soft that I wouldn't have been able to say that there were two fruits in it.

Honestly, this watermelon and banana sorbet would be perfect for anything healthy dessert you would have normally gone to your nearest grocery store to grab.

It actually made a perfect dessert I've had to date, freeeeezzziiing up sparklingly reddish sorbet that made me almost sucked them all up before the recipe's photographs were finally taken.

Interestingly, the sorbets disappeared so fast, because Iyke couldn't spare them few more times to exist on the surface of the earth ? ? ? ? ?. They took less time to found themselves dazzling and jumping up and down in the stomach, which for truth is their main final destination.

Watermelon and banana sorbet is just tantalizing, refreshing, satisfying and sooo coooollliingg to the nerves. Besides, sorbets are known to be richly filled with high nutrients that are beneficial to human health. For example, watermelon is richly packed with essential nutrients such as vitamin A, vitamin C, dietary fiber, iron, potassium and magnesium while banana on the other hand is an excellent source of vitamin B6, magnesium, vitamin C, dietary fiber, potassium, iron and carbohydrate.

So, you see why this particular sorbet is an excellent source of antioxidants and energy needed to kick-start our daily activities. Besides, all these nutrients are highly recommended for the healthy functioning of our body systems for a healthier US.

It blended up so smooth like a cream and froze perfectly well to satisfaction. I do have problems with homemade sorbets freezing up evenly as at when I need them but not with this particular sorbet. This is because I popped them straight right into the freezer the moment I finished making them and afterwards, I went out on my daily business only for me to return back to some nicely and tempting frozen sorbets for my delight!

Just to whisper ?? to you the easiest technique of getting your sorbets ready as at when you need them, just blend-up all the fruit and ingredients you want until they are properly mixed together, then pour into containers, which you then pop into the freezer for an overnight evolution into a delectable dessert.

But for this recipe, I decided to pour back the blended mixture into the watermelon deep-cut bowl. I then placed it upright in the freezer ensuring that it is supported by something, so that the watermelon bowl doesn't trip over and splash away my sorbet. So by the time I needed them, the sorbets were ready to be enjoyed by anyone who cares.

You can say that sorbets are a brilliant way of combining fresh fruit or selection of more than one fruit to make a fantastic finished dessert that is so deserving to the body and nerves for a re-freshened YOU.

Although some recipes demand adding sugar to sorbets, but I prefer making mine more natural to suit everyone including the diabetic patients. So I prefer using either honey or maple syrups for super amazing tastes.

I urge you to try this recipe at home and I bet you will love it.
XOXO Blessing ?


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