Browse through many of our best mango recipes. From mango chutney to mango puddings. Mangoes are high in Vitamin C and fiber.
This wholesome dessert recipe by Eva Hajkova of RawEva.com comes together very effortlessly and is made with the simplest of ingredients. It is completely nut-free and is made with mainly fresh and dried fruits along with one of our favorite superfoods of all: coconut oil. Even children with nut allergies can enjoy this yummy treat! Garnish with a sprinkling of coconut flakes and cacao powder or nibs, and dig in!
Raw, vegan, paleo-friendly, gluten free and superfood enhanced (whew!) mini cheesecakes featuring two of the best fruits nature has to offer: mango and persimmon! This recipe by Ariane Resnick features some truly unique and tasty ingredients such as Ancient Wisdom's herbal superfood blend and Dastony's truly raw nut butters in flavors cashew and sprouted almond.
There is something absolutely mouth-watering about the combination of flavor, spice, and textures found within traditional Indian food. However, most Indian-inspired recipes are pretty heavily cooked and often contain a lot of dairy! If you're a fan of both Indian food AND raw food you'll absolutely love this recipe by Joelle of jarOhoney! You can enjoy the delicious blend of flavors and spices synonymous with this style of cuisine all the while maintaining a raw, vegan path. Cashew cream cheese infused with curry spice, pink salt, currants and green onions is encrusted in raw "dry roasted" peanuts, layered with a spicy Bengali chutney, and served with fresh cucumber rounds, bell pepper strips or carrots. Delicious!
With a list of ingredients so simple, pure and wholesome how could you possibly resist this beautiful Mango Pear Cobbler by Kristina Ladecka of Spiced Blueberry Shake? Just looking at it is uplifting with its sunny combination of bright colors! She chose to use raspberries for a nice contrast of color - blackberries or blueberries would have an equally pleasing effect. Take a slice and enjoy!
The sauce...it's all about the sauce with these delicious brown rice paper hand rolls by Rebecca Leffler of GREEN CHIC By Lafleur. They're filled with all-raw fixings of fresh mango, carrots, avocado, mint, cilantro, chives and more! The perfect combination of ingredients for a light end of summer meal or appetizer. Enjoy!
One of the most beautiful aspects of creating food using only pure, raw ingredients is the amazing flavors and textures you can make with such few ingredients. These creamy, sweet, semi frozen coconut fruit squares by Erin Bosdet of Simply Dish are a fine example of this! Get creative with the fruit aspect and use your favorite! Mango and raspberry works well but try apricot, nectarine, peaches, blackberries or blueberries too.
Nothing says summertime quite like the sugary sweetness of fresh, ripe mango! This recipe by Aksheeta Sheelvant of Jeeva Lifestyle combines juicy mango with a few other wholesale raw, vegan ingredients to create creamy saffron popsicles perfect for a mid afternoon snack while enjoying the sunshine! You may choose to use raw cane sugar for additional sweetness, or simply relay on the natural sugar found in mango. Enjoy!
Everyone loves mangos, doesn't they? Mangos are delicious and refreshing fruits, they have several key nutrients: vitamins C, A, E, potassium, iron and copper. Ulyana Michailov by Kitchen Fairy introduced us a delicious Raw Vegan Mango Magic Cheesecake. Everyone would love it! Enjoy!
It's always nice to take a break from heavier dishes and enjoy a low fat raw vegan meal. This zucchini pasta dish is light, fresh, and hydrating but definitely doesn't lack in flavor! The sauce is a sweet mix of fresh mango, kiwis, dates, figs, and an optional dash of dried herbs. For a tangier version you may choose to include a spritz of lime or lemon juice. Enjoy!
It's a new year and a great time to resolve your healthy eating goals. What better way than through daily, creative, fresh, seasonal salads. Gone are the days when eating a salad involves sitting down to a boring plate of lettuce and carrots. When you utilize all the amazing seasonal fruits and vegetables around you your salads can become indulgent and adventurous, full of nutrition and life! This one has arugula, mixed lettuces, mango, avocado, walnuts, dried coconut and a simple dressing of fresh lime or oil-free balsamic.
Creamy avocado blended with young Thai coconut makes the simple base for what turns into layers of either chilled pudding or ice cream depending on the direction you choose to take this recipe! Real vanilla bean, dates and agave are used for flavor and sweetness while purple berries and bright green spinach are used for a fun pop of color! This recipe by Golubka makes an inspired breakfast, dessert, or fun healthy snack.
Tasty and oh so fresh! These tacos are low fat, very simple, and contain absolutely no corn or gluten containing flour! Use very thinly sliced jicama root for your taco shell, wrap up lots of yummy fresh vegetables, and choose between a sweet and herby mango beet or a savory and tangy avocado lime sauce for dipping. Enjoy!
Who doesn't like making up names for raw recipes? I sure enjoy it ... almost as much as I like fruit noodles. Froodles were inevitable.
If gloomy fall weather has you feeling a little less than cheery this recipe may very well be your remedy! This cheesecake by Ulyana Michailov is like sunshine and joy in a pie pan! Enjoy the silky texture of young coconut, cashews, irish moss and fresh mango paired with an almond coconut crust.
Kristina describes her fresh green salad creation complete with creamy avocado peach dressing. "Avocados and peaches are both summer delights! When combined, they create a creamy and sweet savor for your salad! Enjoy the sweet and juicy flavors of this salad! It is low fat, and it is so refreshing!"
Laura Dawn says, "Boost your energy levels, help clear up your skin and alkalize your body…these are just some of the health benefits of eating mangoes!" This recipe also includes plenty of hemp seeds for their creamy texture and wonderful abundance of complete protein and omega 3 fatty acids. Let your tastes be the judge of the exact amounts of ingredients to add to this recipe. If your mangos are especially ripe and juicy you may need less liquid or vise versa. The addition of chai spice gives this recipe an authentic Indian flare!
Hydrating and nourishing your body has never tasted so sweet! These 2 smoothies are so quick to throw together and will leave you feeling refreshed and revitalized. Kristina recommends sticking a little umbrella in your glass, grabbing your favorite book, and soaking up all this yummy goodness while in the sunshine.
Why do we love coconut balls so much? because they are such a cinch to throw together, can be made with a variety of ingredients on hand, and always hit the spot! This recipe by Tess Masters combines organic shredded coconut with pure pressed raw coconut oil, agave nectar, organic dried mango (without sulphur!) and freshly grated lemon zest. A little bit of the tropics all rolled up into a little bite sized bundle of bliss!
Craving a dessert with fresh seasonal mango that's cute and summery? Try out these epic tartlets by Heather Pace of Sweetly Raw complete with sweet silky mango mousse, fluffy coconut whipped cream and a nut free date and oat crust. If you haven't tried incorporating irish moss into your dessert recipes yet now is the time. It lends an incredibly smooth and light texture to pudding and mousse recipes that would otherwise be unreachable. Irish moss gel is that "secret" ingredient that takes your dessert recipes to the next level! Made completely of seaweed, it also packs a hefty dose of nourishing trace minerals!
Get ready for berry season! It's definitely on its way and let's keep our fingers crossed for an abundantly juicy, sugary year with strawberries, blueberries, raspberries and blackberries abound! Heather Pace has a gift for taking fresh seasonal fruits and transforming them into raw desserts that look and taste positively gourmet. This mango berry crumble is no exception and it is so easy to make! Book mark this recipe so you can whip it up at the end of summer when your fridges and freezers are stocked up with antioxidant loaded berries. Best served with a scoop of raw vanilla bean ice cream (of course!).