Browse through many of our best mango recipes. From mango chutney to mango puddings. Mangoes are high in Vitamin C and fiber.
This recipe by Koko Brill of Kokos Kitchen was just too gorgeous not to share! Fresh rice paper hand rolls with sliced mango, mint, avocado, cucumber, bell pepper, and green onion fixings paired with a delectable Thai-inspired peanut sauce.
This recipe was originally shared on the blog Drop Dead.
*The rice paper, while vegan and gluten-free, is not 100% raw. You can always substitute nori seaweed for the rice paper if you wish.
Once you start crafting your own superfood smoothies you may find yourself not wanting to consume anything else. They are just so delicious, however the main benefit is how amazing they make you feel. This tasty version by Karielyn Tillman of The Healthy Family and Home combines fresh coconut milk with banana, mango, and a handful of high-nutrient goodies such as maca, hemp seeds, camu camu and chia for a totally high vibe and power-packed smoothie treat that will stick with you for hours!
Succulent mango and peach puree layered with lucuma enhanced crunchy sprouted buckwheaties and a dense and chocolatey raw cashew cacao mousse. The perfect sweet treat by Stefania D'Alessandro of La Tortoise packed with Vitamin C, flavonoids, and antioxidants. You could even serve it up for breakfast because, when you're eating raw, chocolate for breakfast is pretty standard. Enjoy!
These cute little popsicles by Iselin Stoylen of Vegetarian Taste are super healthy and fun to make and the best part? Take 10 minutes tops to prepare. Perfect for busy summer days. Enjoy them as is or drizzle them with a homemade raw chocolate sauce (coconut oil, cacao powder, and sweetener whisked together) like in the picture here. Enjoy!
Want to experience the tropics in your ice cream bowl? Then this is the recipe to make it happen! Frozen mango and pineapple come together with ripe banana to create a sorbet so full of sunshine and joy you will literally trick your taste buds into thinking you're on vacation. Garnish with fresh berries for a bright pop of contrasting color. Recipe by Emily Von Euw of This Rawsome Vegan Life. Enjoy!
These tangy Mango Lime Cheesecake Bars by raw dessert guru Heather Pace of Sweetly Raw are the perfect embodiment of summer's sweetness. Not overly sweet, we also love how this recipe wont leave you in a sugar coma. Enjoy and get back to soaking up that glorious sunshine!
If you love sweet and spicy flavor combinations, and love all things fresh, juicy and full of life you will LOVE this salad by Lisa Viger of Raw on $10 a Day or Less. After mixing your ingredients let it marinate for a minute, scoop it onto a bed of fresh lettuce or your favorite greens, and enjoy each bite of deliciousness to the max.
A work from the chef:
"This combo was truly magical and was the perfect fuel pre-workout. You gotta eat for life folks. Put the coffee and workout stimulants down- they will only harm your liver/kidney/adrenals. Reach for real food and feed your body so it will perform like a race car. "
This may be one of the simplest and tastiest recipes ever! If you haven't tried your hand at making your very own sorbet now is your chance - it couldn't be simpler! Use frozen mango as your base and combine with your choice of frozen fruit: berries, pineapple, banana, etc and a splash of coconut water to get the blades going. Sugar free, dairy free and full of natural vitamins and antioxidants. Leave the processed sugar by the wayside and craft your very own sorbet in 5 minutes or less. Enjoy!
A sweet and creamy mango beverage by Nikki Stokes of Eating Vibrantly inspired by a delicious yogurt drink known in India as lassi. Traditionally this blended beverage is served with spicy food to help refresh the palate and cool the system. This yummy raw version is free of all dairy, and instead relies on cashews for creaminess, fresh lemon juice for an added tang, fresh mango and banana for that deliciously fruity flavor and natural sweetness, and spices of nutmeg and cardamom for a traditional Indian flavor. Try it out, you wont be disappointed!
Do you have a picky eater in your household who refuses to eat their veggies? The trick is all in the presentation! If you're on the look out for ways to sneak those leafy green veggies into your child's (or your own!) diet than this recipe by Chris Anca of Tales of a Kitchen will be very well received! A creamy green smoothie with spinach, fresh mango, banana, cashew milk, ginger, vanilla, and a dash of green tea powder forms the actual base of a deliciously fruity cake. Agar, a thickener derived from algae, is added to help things set properly. Serve it with a sprinkling of macadamia shavings and fresh mint leaves to garnish.
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!