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Fresh Fruit Batidos | www.tasteandtellblog.com

What do you do when the temperature outside is pushing 100F and your air conditioning still doesn’t work? You definitely don’t make anything that requires the oven!!

I’ll admit – this isn’t a recipe I would have chosen for a Cookbook of the Month post normally. But there was no way I was making anything that would heat the house up even more. We’ve been surviving on sandwiches and cereal. But I’m glad that I was forced to find a recipe that would cool me down, because this was absolutely delicious and refreshing. I would totally make this again, and I’m imagining lots of other fruits and fruit combinations would work just as well!

Recipe rating: 4.5 out of 5

Fresh Fruit Batidos

from Food Network Favorites

Makes 1 serving

1 cup mango sorbet
1/2 cup vanilla ice cream
1/2 cup chopped fresh mango, plus mango slice for garnish
1/2 cup cold milk
1-2 tablespoons honey, or more to taste
mint sprig, for garnish

Put all ingredients (except garnish) into a blender and blend until smooth. Pour into a glass and serve immediately. Garnish with mango slice and mint, if desired.

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7 Responses to Cookbook of the Month Recipe – Fresh Fruit Batidos

  1. Rosa's Yummy Yums says:

    So refreshing and delicious!



  2. Ingrid says:

    My children absolutely LOVE this types of drinks! Mmmmm, you're right about the different flavor combos.

    Happy Friday!

  3. Sophie says:

    Oh gosh, I hope your AC gets to working soon! I love cereal, but can't do without turning on the stove to make pancakes :). I can always count on FN for a tasty recipe, this sounds delicious.

  4. kristina says:

    I'd never heard of batidos before. These sound absolutely delicious! I've obviously been missing out.

    And so sorry about your air conditioning. Wish you could send some of that heat here. Cold and rainy in London–bah! K x

  5. kat says:

    Funny I used to work with a band names Batidos but I never knew what was in the actual drink

  6. Mrs. L says:

    Sounds like something I could have used last week when the temps were near the hundreds. Today, not so hot. But that will probably change so I'll be needing this in the next few weeks I'm sure!

  7. Cookie baker Lynn says:

    100 degrees? Ugh! Definitely not the time to turn on the oven. It's the time to hover in the frozen foods aisle at the grocery store, taking your time choosing which sorbet to buy for this beautiful dessert.

    Hope your AC gets fixed soon!

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