Mango is sweet and versatile, plus it goes well with pretty much every other flavor, making it an ideal ingredient in desserts and salsas. Check out our 21 best mango recipes – you’ll struggle to decide which one to make first!
Whether you’re making a smoothie, ‘nice’ cream, cheesecake or panna cotta, mango is always a treat for the taste buds.
A no-bake irresistible dessert with a lady finger crust, creamy cheesecake filling with a mango glaze on top! Are you hungry yet? Maybe this will seal the deal. Refreshing, and bursting with flavor.
Creamy, rich and smooth this dessert recipe is quick and easy. Panna Cotta means “cooked cream” in Italian. It’s sweetened cream thickened with gelatin and a molded chilled dessert. For best results, use ripe mangos here!
Time to get your party on! How does this sound? Fresh fruits combined with jello inside watermelon shells – and infused with vodka!! And for a kid-friendly version – just skip the vodka! Enjoy this unique treat!
We’ll start this recipe with three adjectives: Refreshing, tangy and sweet. Your taste buds will be bursting from the mango filling covered with soft and chewy mochi cake. Rolled into mango mochi balls with a delicious shredded coconut coating -this classic recipe will soon be a staple in your house!
Made with berries, mangos, kiwi and coconut water, fruit ice pops are healthy, vegan and refreshing! It’s the perfect summer treat for your kids, especially because it’s sugar-free and they’ll love how colorful they are!
Mango cake is fluffy whipped cream, mangos, and soft sponge cake, all soaked up in juices and aromas to produce an intensely flavored dessert! Along with mangos being in the filling, you can use them as a decoration on top. It is said that this is what sweet summer dreams are made of!
A creamy and luxurious Indian sweet dish made with yogurt, mango pulp and sugar. You can easily garnish it with some saffron for a pop of color and flavor! This may just be your go-to dessert for special occasions and gatherings.
Grab those fresh mangos for this recipe if you love the texture! However, if you’re looking for a smoother texture then opt for the canned mango pulp from your local grocery store. Don’t get scared off here with the prep time, because in the end you and your family will absolutely fall in love with this perfect dessert!
Refreshing and light, and bursting with flavor! Angel food cake layered with sweetened mango, white chocolate whipped cream and macadamia nuts. The lime juice gives this a little extra zing!!
It’s delicious, it’s creamy, and it’s mango ice cream! This frozen dessert can be made with or without an ice cream maker, this mango ice cream perfectly combines fresh mango and coconut cream. It’s healthier than any store-bought ice cream benign paleo, vegan and dairy-free – plus it’s the perfect summer treat!
The perfect way to cool off during those hot summer days or even after an intense workout, this mango sorbet uses just two ingredients. Made with frozen mangos and coconut milk, it is sugar-free, vegan and dairy free! Plus, that makes it guilt-free!
We’ll take you to the tropics with this recipe! Creamy coconut mousse with sweet mango infusion, no-bake and easy to prep. Try adding cream cheese to make the mousse creamier and give it a tangy flavor.
Easily described as tangy, creamy and luscious this mango frozen yogurt may just be your new summer go-to treat! If you want to sweeten it up a bit add in some honey or agave nectar, or keep it as is with some frozen mango and greek yogurt! Plus it only takes 5 minutes!
It’s cold, it’s sweet, and it’s easy to make! Filipino mango float is a popular dish in the Philippines, and will now be a popular dessert in your home. Just layer graham crackers, sweetened cream, and mangoes, and enjoy!
A common drink found in Indian restaurants, mango lassi will likely become one of your favorites. Like many Indian dishes, Mango Lassi contains yogurt along with water, spices and sometimes fruit – or in this case will contain mango! Pair it perfectly with a chicken curry dish or even an Indian Chicken Korma.
A version of the traditional phirni recipe and fresh mango puree, mango phirni is perfect for Indian summer or especially during mango season! It only takes about 15 minutes of prep and key ingredients such as basmati rice, pistachios, almonds, and cardamom – tastes best when served chilled!
A decadent dessert made with a moist sponge cake, topped with a deliciously creamy mango mousse, this mango mousse cake will certainly satisfy your mango cravings! It’ll be tough to wait for the mousse to set without wanting to dive right in.
It’s the ultimate recipe for a mouthwatering mango tart! Go grab your food processor, some ripe mango, vanilla beans, flour, sugar, and eggs and blend! A note here; you can make both the crust and the filling a day ahead of time and assemble just before baking.
Crumbly bars filled with mangos and baked to perfection – you’ll feel like you’re on vacation with this tropical taste! Using only 2 mangos, and some prep, you’ll want to try this recipe the next time you crave a sweet instead of reaching for or baking a cookie.
This recipe calls for Arumanis mangos, but you can use any mangos you can get your hands on just make sure they aren’t fibrous. Mango pie is the perfect combination of tangy and sweet all wrapped up into a nice warm pie crust! It takes just 15 minutes of prep and about 5 minutes to eat!
The classic lemon bars recipe kicked up a notch – mango lemon dessert bars are a must-try! The addition of fresh mango adds some sweetness to these bars and results in a creamy filling topped on a buttery shortbread. It’s an unbelievable combo with an even more unbelievable taste!
Easy Mango Panna Cotta Recipe
- 2 cups cubed fresh mango
- 1 cup mango juice
- 1 envelope unflavored gelatin powder
Panna Cotta Layer
- 1 1/2 cups milk whole milk preferred
- 1/3 cup sugar
- 1/8 teaspoon salt
- 3 envelopes unflavored gelatin powder
- 1 1/2 cups heavy cream
- 1/4 tsp vanilla extract
- Make mango puree using a blender or food processor.
- In a small bowl, add mango juice and sprinkle 1 envelope gelatin on top. Wait for a few minutes until gelatin softens and then mix with a spoon.
- Mix the mango puree with the mango gelatin mixture.
- Set wine glasses on an angle in a muffin tin. Pour the mixture into glasses about 1/2 inch below the rim.
- Chill in the fridge for at least 2 hours to set.
- In the meantime, in a small saucepan, add milk and 3 envelopes of gelatin and wait for 5-10 minutes. (don’t place it over the heat yet.)
- Whisk the mixture together, and place the saucepan over medium-low heat.
- Add sugar and salt to the saucepan. Mix until the sugar is completely dissolved.
- Remove saucepan from heat and stir in heavy cream and vanilla.
- Let it cool down to room temperature. Add the mixture to glasses on top of the mango layer. Chill for another 2 hours or until set.
- Use fresh ripe mangoes for the best results.
- Plan to cook this ahead of time as it needs to sit at least 4 hours.
- Garnish with raspberries, strawberries before serving.