Mango Ice Cream


Mangoes are a tropical fruit most popular during summer. It’s flavor is unique and delicious. In Puerto Rico qe can obtained mangoes form almost anywhere! I took these mangoes form a ballet academy.I remembered when I was little that my sister and I used to travel during summer to Cabo Rojo with our grandparents. We took a whole day sneaking into the University of Puerto Rico at Mayaguez (RUM) taking mangoes. We always had two big bags og mangoes. The aroma of mangoes trapped all the car and the kitchen of the house in Cabo Rojo. Since mangoes are the favorite fruit of my grandmother, we used to eat them together just with a knife on hand to cut the pices of mango as an avocado. At the end we were all dirty with the mango juice and smell like mango. All our mouth and cheeks were yellow. It was really fun times.


Any fruit is really delicious, refreshing and healthy. For this Mango Ice Cream I took one and  a half banana and three mangoes. I froze them in the refrigerator and blend them with water and ice in a blender. It was so delicious and sweet that I did not need to add anything for a better taste.


Ingredients:                                                                                                                                                                                 yield: 1 person

1.5 frozen banana cut in slices (6oz)        frozen small cut pieces form 3 mangoes     1/3cup water    1/4cup ice cubes


Procedure:                                                                                                                                                                            Bring the frozen ingredients to a blender and mix with the water and ice cubes. Blend until smooth and homogenenous. Add more water or ice if necessary.


Nutritonal facts: 0g fat        61g carbohydrates       2.5g protein


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