You can easily make this dessert for a crowd (and it makes a great summer dessert after a barbecue). Just do it in batches of 2 to 3 servings so your blender can handle it. The most time-consuming part of the recipe is just waiting for the mango to get semi-frozen in the freezer, but if you plan ahead you should be good to go. The frappé itself only takes 10 minutes to whip up.
grand mariner or other orange liqueur
fresh lime juice
vanilla ice cream
Put mango in covered container and freeze at least 1 hour.
In a blender, combine mango, milk, Grand Marnier, honey, lime- juice, and vanilla. Puree until smooth. Add ice cream and blend again until smooth. Serve in chilled glasses.
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