Two sparkling mango sorbet floats.

Sparkling Mango Sorbet Floats

Sparkling Mango Sorbet Floats are a light alternative to an ice cream float. Make the recipe with sparkling juice for little ones or your favorite sparkling wine for grown ups.

Two sparkling mango sorbet floats.
Sparkling Mango Sorbet Floats

Sparkling Mango Sorbet Floats are my antidote to a blazing hot day. This recipe is a lighter alternative to an ice cream float. It can be made with sparkling juice for little ones or your favorite sparkling wine for grown-ups.

Scoops of mango sorbet topped with sparkling wine and served in champagne flutes.

This post first appeared June 9, 2013 as part of the Simple Sundays seriesI hope you enjoy this favorite from my kitchen!

I stepped out onto the patio this afternoon, my bare feet recoiling as soon as it made contact with the scalding pavers. I hopped around until I turned the corner to the shady part of the house, where the path was shaded and the ground beneath me felt warm and soothing instead of blistering. I should have known better than to go outside without sandals. It was the first 100+ degree day of the season, and I had forgotten how easily we sometimes feel the sun’s searing heat this time of year.

There is a batch of cookie dough in my refrigerator, chilling, and it will have to wait. Perhaps it is best, cookie dough always does better when you give it ample time in the ice chest. Meantime, something cool and sparkling is calling my name.

Scoops of mango sorbet topped with sparkling wine and served in champagne flutes.
Sparkling Mango Sorbet Floats with scoops of mango sorbet.

Sparkling Mango Sorbet Floats

Sparkling Mango Sorbet Floats are my antidote to a blazing hot day. While the mercury rose, I scooped orbs of golden mango sorbet into glasses and poured something bubbly. For the children, that means sparkling juice from chardonnay grapes – non-alcoholic, of course! – but for grown ups, treat yourself to a generous pour of prosecco or cava. If you’re feeling extra festive, now would be a good time to pop open a bottle of fine champagne.

Whatever your fizz, I hope you find a cool, quiet place to rest with your sparkling sorbet floats, to soak in the start of summer, and to toast the hot spells that convince us to pause and enjoy the simple things in life.

More Mango Recipes

Dairy Free Mango Coconut Ice Cream
Carrot Mango and Kiwi Smoothie
Mango Spinach Green Smoothie
Mango Ginger Sorbet
Mango Coconut Smoothies

Scoops of mango sorbet topped with sparkling wine and served in champagne flutes.

Sparkling Mango Sorbet Floats

I love this light alternative to an ice cream float. Make it with a sparkling juice for little ones or your favorite sparkling wine for grown ups; either way, it will bring out the kid in you this summer! If you have a batch of my Mango Ginger Sorbet, it will be perfect in this. Otherwise, use your favorite store-bought sorbet!
Course Beverages, Dessert
Cuisine American
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Servings 4 servings
Calories 176kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 pint mango sorbet
  • Your favorite sparkling wine or sparkling juice*

Instructions

  • Use an ice cream scoop to place 2-3 scoops of sorbet in each glass. Pour in your favorite sparkling beverage. Serve immediately.

Notes

*For children, select non-alcoholic sparking juice. For grownups, try a pour of prosecco or cava. For an extra-festive treat, pop open a bottle of fine champagne.

Nutrition

Calories: 176kcal | Carbohydrates: 32g | Protein: 2g | Fat: 1g | Sodium: 83mg | Potassium: 52mg | Fiber: 2g | Sugar: 23g | Calcium: 5mg | Iron: 1mg
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  3. Annalise

    Oh Liren, these are so beautiful! I made a similar dish with tangerine sorbet over the holidays and it was incredible. I can only imagine how awesome the mango sorbet and champagne together would be. :)

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  4. Kate@Diethood

    GAWDGEOUS!! I made something similar few days ago and I kinda got tipsy… I used some really, really good champagne. ;-)

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