Mango Dessert Recipes

20+ Healthy and Refreshing Mango Dessert Recipes | Summer Desserts

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Summer is finally here, and what better way to feel refreshed and cool down under the scorching sun than with a delicious and easy mango dessert? Aside from being very refreshing, mangoes also have a huge variety of healthy nutrients! With that in mind, here are 24 fun and easy recipes for mango lovers to try!

Mango Dessert Recipes

24. Mango Ice Cream

Diving into a serving (or maybe several) of mango ice cream is the ultimate summer cool-down.

Why rush to the store when you can create this delight at home for all to relish?

Lacking an ice cream machine? Worry not! This treat crafts just fine even in its absence.

23. Mango Fool

Why it’s named ‘fool’ is beyond me, given how wisely delectable it is!

Mango fool melds the lushness of mango blend with the lightness of freshly beaten cream. Just that, and nothing more!

It’s a symphony of taste: sweet, airy, and utterly lavish. Who could resist?

22. Creamy Mango Popsicles

Every kid’s fantasy? A popsicle made at home! This isn’t just any delightful, chilled treat – it’s one packed with nutrition too.

Such deliciousness in each bite, you’d be surprised they’re health-packed.

A little inside scoop: blend in almond-flavored milk and some yogurt. Pair this with mango and almond, and your taste buds are in for a party!


21. Mango Cream Donuts

Imagine doughnuts with a lush, creamy mango core – it’s a delightful collision of texture and taste!

The doughnut itself is a marvel, soft, cloud-like, and oh-so-light. The mango-flavored whipped cream? Just otherworldly.

Think of a doughnut contest themed around summer – this is your clear champ.

20. Mango Icebox Cake

A treat straight from Filipino cuisine, it’s a straightforward and utterly scrumptious dessert.

The essence? Stacked graham crackers, fluffy cream, milk custard with a hint of sweetness, and luscious mango slices.

No oven time required! Just layer and let it cool.

Got firm mangoes lying around? See my guide on ‘perfecting mango ripeness.’

19. Mango Lemon Bars

Everyone knows and loves lemon squares. Now imagine that with a mango twist – you’re in for an elevated indulgence!

Mangoes and lemon – a sweet-tart medley that’s pure pleasure.


18. Mango Pound Cake

Got overly ripe mangoes? This cake recipe is their revival!

Moist to the core, this cake beautifully marries mango with coconut milk and shredded coconut. An unparalleled taste sensation!

17. Mango Cheesecake

Cheesecake is already a pretty perfect dessert. But you know what will make it even more drool-worthy? Adding some sweet mangoes into the mix!

What you’ll get is a sweet, luscious, and creamy filling and a buttery crust that’s impossible to resist.

But for me, the best part about it is that it doesn’t require any baking!

16. Mango Lassi

To wrap up, here’s a drink that personifies summer refreshment.

Rooted in Indian tradition, the mango lassi is a concoction of mangoes, milk, yogurt, and a touch of sweetness. A sprinkle of cardamom elevates it.

You could go with canned or frozen mangoes, but nothing beats the fresh ones.

If the mangoes lack sweetness, just add some extra honey or sugar. Enjoy!


15. Mango Sticky Rice

Here’s an easy recipe to make Thai mango sticky rice at home! It is such a simple dessert made with fresh sliced mango, rice, coconut milk, and a little sugar. We include tips and tricks below (including what kind of rice to buy) to help you recreate the same texture and flavor of this popular Thai dessert.

14. Sunshiny Mango Upside Down Cake

Who doesn’t love mangoes? I am just crazy for mangoes and many other tropical fruits. From salads to desserts, mangoes deliver, big time. A great example is this gorgeous, sunshiny, mildly sweet and buttery, super duper delicious Mango Upside Down Cake — a recipe adapted from Feast On The Cheap, the blog that I have been assigned to for this month.

13. Coconut Mango Scones

Bite into a taste of the tropics with these delicious coconut mango scones. They’re tender inside and crisp outside, packed with juicy fruit and easy to make too. Perfect with your morning coffee, or any excuse.

12. Mango Cheesecake Parfait

If you feel like cheesecake, but don’t have time or want a huge one to get through, this mango cheesecake parfait is perfect. Just a short list of ingredients and a few minutes is all you need for dessert deliciousness. Sweet mango puree, creamy cheesecake mixture and crunchy cookie crumbs is a combination no one can resist.

11. No-Bake Mango Pie

Celebrate the delicious sweetness of ripe mangoes with this luscious No-Bake Mango Pie that’s easy to make and perfect for sharing with family and friends. It’s a creamy mango smoothie on a plate! This recipe for fresh No-Bake Mango Pie is easy to make, requires no baking and is delicious.

10. Pound Cake topped with Mango and Cinnamon Crema

9. Mango Chia Pudding (Paleo, Vegan) – Best Mango Dessert Recipe!

This Mango Chia pudding is one of my new favorite squeaky clean desserts, right there with my Snickers Stuffed Dates! My kids have been begging me to make it almost every day this week, so I had to share it with y’all! This recipe light and bright, full of flavor but not overly heavy or filling. It’s really just a nice sweet treat in the summer.

8. Mango Popsicle Recipe with Kiwi and Berries

One of the worst parts about cooking with mangos is peeling and cutting them. So, you can definitely use frozen mango chunks if you prefer. You should be able to find them in the freezer section of the grocery store. Or, you can start with fresh and then freeze it.

7. Hawaiian Dessert Recipe: No Bake Mango Mousse Cake

I really love this Mango Cake recipe because we can bake the graham cracker crust ahead of time and then the kids just focus on making the Mango Mousse filling. I’ll let you in on a secret: Sometimes we eat this for breakfast! I mean there’s fruit and yogurt, so that counts, right?

6. Homemade Mango Cheesecake – Instant Pot Recipe

The smoothest, silkiest mango cheesecake made with fresh mango puree and no added cream! Garnished with fresh mangoes.

5. 4 Ingredients Fruit Salad With Mango Pulp

The 4 ingredients theme is so interesting and it is allowing me to use the ingredients from my pantry and to think out of the box. Lately the Indian restaurants in our region have been serving a fruit salad which has mango pulp in it.

4. Make Mango Popsicles

These easy and refreshing mango popsicles are made with fresh or frozen mango, shredded coconut, and Greek yogurt for a delicious, lightly sweetened frozen yogurt treat. I also tested this recipe with less sweetener and also with zero added sweetener, but in my opinion, those popsicles were a little too hard.

3. Best Mango Sorbet

This mango sorbet is made with fresh or frozen mango, sugar, honey, and a tiny pinch of cayenne. If you’re using frozen mango, you’ll need to let it partially thaw before blending it.

2. Vegan Mango Ice Cream Recipe

This Vegan Mango Coconut Ice Cream Recipe only has four ingredients. You can use fresh or frozen mango. The key is to use a dairy-free base like soy milk or coconut milk.

1. No Bake Easy Mango Cheesecake Recipe

This No Bake Mango Cheesecake is an apt mango season recipe for the holiday season when having guests over or for parties. This eggless cheesecake can be made couple of days ahead and so there is no sweating on the day of party. I use the canned Kesar Mango pulp. We could also use fresh mangoes and blend the fruit to make a pulp.


Mango Dessert Recipes

Mango Dessert Recipes

20+ Refreshing Mango Desserts | Easy Summer Desserts

Need something refreshing this summer? Here are 24 creative and easy mango desserts you will love! 


  • Thai mango sticky rice
  • Mango Upside Down Cake
  • coconut mango scones
  • mango cheesecake parfait
  • No-Bake Mango Pie


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