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Our Best 41 Easy Mango Recipes (simple and delicious!)

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Since mangoes are my #1 favorite fruit (closely followed by bananas), it was about time to share the best easy mango recipes out there with you today!

It doesn’t always have to be a mango lassi 😉

Our Best 41 Easy Mango Recipes | Hurry The Food Up

If you’re looking for a light and healthy side dish that’s full of flavor, look no further than this tropical mango coleslaw! This recipe is a tropical twist on your classic coleslaw.

Alternatively, chop up fresh mango, jicama, cucumber, and some other veggies and toss in lime juice for a healthy jicama salad for your next picnic or barbecue!

In short, mango recipes are the perfect thing to make when you’re in a pinch but want to get a little creative.

And if you’ve got any leftover mangoes, they can be frozen and used later for a Mango Lassi or Strawberry Mango Smoothie.

My top picks for this mango season include the Mango Chia Pudding, Mango Pineapple smoothie, and Mango Curry.


How could I forget the little ones in our house? Mango Popsicles are a great way to beat the summer heat.

So without further ado our collection of easy mango recipes!

You can do so much with mangoes! Especially during summer time these fruits are cheap, so buy them in heaps and try out all of these recipes!

1. Mango Curry

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4.75 from 48 votes
Protein: 18g
Calories: 488kcal
Ready in:30 minutes
Recipe by: Dave

Bonus: Low fat, vegan

Playing with vibrant and tropical flavors, this mango curry is so easy to whip up and super delicious. The mangoes are rich and sweet, the sauce is savory, the spices are a powerful combination of warm, subtle and sweet. The tantalizing aroma of this rich dish wafts through the air and immediately draws you in. Don’t miss out. Serve it with rice or some naan bread.

2. Skin Saving Mango Lassi

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4.74 from 23 votes
Protein: 7g
Calories: 145kcal
Ready in:5 minutes
Recipe by: HurryTheFoodUp

Bonus: Quick & Easy, classic Indian vibes

This mango lassi smoothie is basically the best smoothie around. It’s sweet, thick and creamy, quick and easy to make and simply delicious. This is a smoothie you’ll remember. Believe me. You need to try this out!

3. Japanese Silken Tofu Dessert with Mango Coulis

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5 from 3 votes
Protein: 5g
Calories: 109kcal
Ready in:10 minutes
Recipe by: Abril Macías

Bonus: Vegan friendly, something special

Made from Japanese soft tofu (sometimes called silken tofu) and fresh mango coulis, this tantalizing dessert is both healthy and incredibly delicious (one of our favorite simple vegan desserts). Great for dinner recipes, too.

4. Tropical Mango Coleslaw

Ready in: 10 minutes
Recipe by: ThroughTheFibroFog
Bonus: Vegan and gluten-free

This recipe for Tropical Mango Coleslaw will be your new favorite way to jazz up your summer coleslaw game. With ripe sweet mangoes, crunchy cabbage and carrots, and a savory oil and vinegar dressing, this slaw will have your taste buds dancing with joy. The tropical mangoes will bring a burst of sunshine to your next picnic!

5. How to make an Acai Bowl (Homemade Acai Bowl Recipe)

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4.84 from 24 votes
Protein: 10g
Calories: 374kcal
Ready in:5 minutes
Recipe by: HurryTheFoodUp

Bonus: Healthy; Vegan friendly

A bowl of acai berries topped with coconut flakes, chia seeds, mango, and chopped almonds is a quick and easy way to power up your metabolism and give your day a running start. Make your own acai bowl by blending frozen acai berries, banana, and rolled oats with soy milk. With antioxidant-rich acai berries, this acai bowl is a gourmet sensation that’s delicious and healthy.

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6. Bulgur Porridge

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5 from 16 votes
Protein: 16g
Calories: 374kcal
Ready in:12 minutes
Recipe by: HurryTheFoodUp

Bonus: Super-quick; vegan

Invigorate your morning and pack some serious nutrients into your diet with this porridge. Bursting with energy, this vegan porridge is naturally low in fat and high in fiber, making it the perfect breakfast choice – and it’s full of goodness, too! Top it with mangoes and peanuts for a healthy twist. This porridge is all you need to kickstart your day!

7. Vegetarian Tacos – Authentic Mexican Flavours!

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4.83 from 29 votes
Protein: 21g
Calories: 545kcal
Ready in:30 minutes
Recipe by: Lorena & HurryTheFoodUp

Bonus: Budget-friendly

Veggies and beans combine with a mango and avocado sauce for a flavor-packed meal. Enjoy a delicious dinner and satisfy those cravings without having to compromise your dietary needs or taste buds. Best of all, these vegetarian tacos are ready in minutes. As an added bonus, these tacos are vegan and gluten-free. Fill hungry bellies with these rich and savory Mexican-inspired vegetarian tacos (and then fill them some more with even more vegetarian taco recipes).

8. Edamame Vegetarian Poke Bowl

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5 from 3 votes
Protein: 23g
Calories: 549kcal
Ready in:30 minutes
Recipe by: Abril Macías

Bonus: Healthy & Delicious

We love poke bowls for the simplicity and freshness of the ingredients. Our veggie poke bowl is filled with sushi rice, edamame, beetroot, mango, avocado kale, cucumber, and avocado and garnished with creamy sesame sauce.

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Prep Time:10 minutes
Cook Time:20 minutes
Total Time:30 minutes
Servings:2 servings



  • Cook sushi rice according to package instructions.
    ½ cup sushi rice
  • In a small bowl add the thinly sliced beets, mirin, rice vinegar and ¼ tsp salt. Mix and rest until needed.
    3 oz beetroot, ½ tbsp mirin, ½ tbsp rice vinegar
  • In a pot of salted water cook edamame for about 5-6 minutes. Remove the pods and season edamame peas with vegetable oil, chili flakes, soy sauce and ¼ tsp salt. Try it and add black pepper and extra salt (if needed) per taste. Rest until needed.
    10 oz edamame (soy beans), 1 tsp vegetable oil, ¼ tsp chili flakes, 1 tbsp soy sauce
  • In a small bowl mix yogurt, mayo, sesame oil and ¼ tsp salt. Rest until needed.
    2 tbsp low fat Greek Yogurt, ½ tbsp mayonnaise, ½ tsp sesame oil
  • Serve poke bowl, laying the rice as the base and topping with edamame, beets, diced mango, sliced avocado, sliced cucumber. Sprinkle sesame seeds on top and creamy sesame sauce.
    ½ cup mango, ½ avocado, ½ persian cucumber, ½ tsp sesame seeds


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9. Mango Pear Smoothie

Ready in: 7 minutes
Recipe by: ThroughTheFibroFog
Bonus: Made using non-dairy milk, can be made with gluten free oats

This mango and pear smoothie is the perfect breakfast or mid-afternoon snack. This smoothie also has oats and hemp seeds for extra nutritional value. A wholesome, tasty smoothie recipe. This healthy breakfast smoothie is also easy on your wallet; also, all the ingredients can be found at any grocery store.

10. Mango Popsicle

Calories: 49
Ready in: 10 minutes (Freeze time: 8 hours)
Bonus: Great for kid’s parties

With the weather heating up and the kids wanting more than just an icy Popsicle to cool off, this is a great solution. This recipe is easy and bursting with all the juicy, sweet mango flavor you could ever want.

11. Best Peach Mango Salsa

Protein: 1.8grams
Calories: 131
Ready in: 15 minutes
Bonus: Quick and easy; No fancy equipment needed

Peach Mango Salsa is a great way to add some color and texture to your next cookout. The sweetness of the peaches and mangos pairs perfectly with the crunchy onion and tangy lime juice, while the cilantro adds freshness. This fresh mango salsa recipe works great as a topping for tacos or nachos!

12. Chili Mango Zesty Quinoa Salad

Calories: 267 kcal
Ready in: 10 minutes
Bonus: Vegan, Vegetarian, Gluten-Free recipe

With just a few simple ingredients and a few minutes’ preparation time, you’ll have a delicious, and nutritious salad that you’ll want to serve over grilled chicken. A knock-out combination, this salad is sure to be a hit at barbecues, pool parties, picnics, or anytime you have friends and family over!

13. Quick Pinto Bean Tostadas with Mango and Cilantro (Vegan)

Ready in: 10 mins
Bonus: Vegan; Gluten-free

Pinto beans combine with chopped veggies and fresh mango for a hearty, tasty filling along with the perfect crunch from fresh-made corn tortillas. With a fresh cilantro touch, they are irresistible and will be a tasty addition to any burrito or taco meal for lazy weeknights or hectic weekends.

14. The BEST Mango Sorbet

Calories: 212kcal
Ready in: 5 minutes (Freeze time: 2 hours)
Bonus: Delicious and healthy, awesome for summer sweet treats

When the summer heat gets to you and you crave something cold, refreshing, and sweet, whip up a batch of this luscious mango sorbet.

Made with 4 simple, fresh ingredients, this Mango Sorbet is the perfect frozen treat to indulge in when you want something sweet and healthy.

15. Creamy Mango Spinach Smoothie

Calories: 547kcal
Ready in: 5 minutes
Recipe by: CleanPlateMama
Bonus: Packed with antioxidants and healthy fats; low sugar

Get your greens in a delicious way by blending them up with fresh mangoes & avocados. Avocado provides healthy fats and extra creaminess, while the hemp seeds give you some protein. This tasty smoothie is packed with antioxidants and vitamins, and is the perfect way to get your daily servings of fruit and veggies. Plus, it tastes so good that you won’t be able to stop sipping!

16. Mango Chia Pudding

Ready in: 5 minutes
Bonus: Healthy & nutritious, only 4 ingredients

This mango pudding is made with fresh mangoes that are blended with chia seeds and coconut milk to add a tropical twist to your morning routine. The chia seeds add an amazing texture to the pudding and help keep you full for longer. The best part about the mango chia pudding recipe is that it takes only 5 minutes to prepare!

17. Pineapple Mango Salsa Recipe

Ready in: 10 minutes
Recipe by: TastyOven
Bonus: Healthy and kid-friendly; 4 ingredients

A refreshing and savory appetizer made with the combination of mango, pineapple and cilantro is going to be your new favorite salsa. With a mix of lime and lemon juice, this one is sure to please! Serve with tortilla chips or burritos, or nachos.You can also use it as a dip for chips or veggies, or even as a salad topper.

18. Anti-Inflammatory Carrot Mango Turmeric Smoothie

Ready in: 6 minutes
Bonus: Paleo & Whole30

This delicious smoothie is full of good-for-you ingredients, including mango, apple, carrot, flaxmeal, and turmeric. The bright color of this smoothie makes it the perfect morning pick-me-up. It is packed with nutrients and anti-inflammatory ingredients that help to boost immunity.

19. Iced Mango Matcha

Ready in: 15 minutes
Recipe by: TheMissingLokness
Bonus: Easy to Prepare; Healthy & Delicious

Mango Matcha is a delicious and healthy addition to your summertime routine. If you’ve never tried matcha before, then we recommend starting with our Mango Matcha recipe—we’re sure it will become a new favorite!

20. Mango Avocado Salad Recipe

Calories: 259kcal
Ready in: 15 minutes
Recipe by: 24Bite
Bonus: Nutritious and definitely delicious

The combination of mango, avocado, jicama, jalapenos and green onions with that delicious sweet and spicy honey lime vinaigrette is sure to please. This salad is super easy to make and a great side for any Mexican meal or any grilled dish.

21. Rice Pudding with Mango

Calories: 409kcal
Ready in: 20 mins
Bonus: Easy to prepare, healthy

Prepare this Mango rice pudding recipe as a light dessert after a heavy meal or to treat your family. The creamy texture and sweet taste of mangoes blended with rice, coconut milk and cardamom powder is sure to delight. With lots of fresh mango chunks that almost melt in your mouth, this dessert is perfect for mango lovers. It is a great dessert idea for a casual celebration or for a potluck.

22. Mango Mojito Mocktail Recipe

Ready in: 20 minutes
Recipe by: FunFoodFrolic
Bonus: Non-alcoholic (is that a bonus? :D)

This Mango Mojito Mocktail combines sweet mangos, tangy lemon, and soothing mint to create a tropical treat that will refresh your taste buds and quench your thirst! Serve up a tall glass of our Mango Mojito Mocktail with a sprig of mint and a wedge of lime!

23. Mango Jicama Slaw

Ready in: 10 minutes
Bonus: Great for tacos

This mango jicama slaw is a delicious, fresh summer side dish that’s great on tacos, but it also makes a great snack by itself. The combination of sweet mango and crunchy jicama is sure to please!

24. Edamame Mango Salad

Protein: 16g
Calories: 337 kcal
Ready in: 10 minutes
Bonus: Vegan!

Made with edamame, black beans, mango, cucumber, onion, corn and fresh basil, this mango salad is sure to impress even the pickiest eater. It’s packed with protein and fiber to keep you feeling full. This salad is full of bright, bold flavors and textures. And it’s incredibly easy to make, too.

25. Zesty Quinoa Salad

Calories: 431 kcal
Ready in: 20-25 minutes
Bonus: Vegan-friendly

Whether you’re looking for a quick and healthy lunch idea or an easy dinner recipe that’s healthy and delicious, this Zesty Quinoa Salad is the perfect choice. The combination of black beans, mangoes, and lime juice add just the right amount of zing to make this vegan quinoa salad shine.

Calories: 56kcal
Ready in: 10 minutes
Recipe by: KathysVeganKitchen
Bonus: Vegan

Bright and refreshing, this mango slaw is the perfect side dish for an easy summer cookout! Made with red cabbage, carrot, green cabbage, scallion, mango, and a tantalizing dressing, this slaw can be made ahead of time and keeps well in the refrigerator.

27. Vegan Mango Lassi Popsicles

Protein: 2g
Calories: 57kcal
Ready in: 10 minutes
Bonus: Dairy free; easy to prepare

Cool, creamy, and perfectly sweet, these popsicles are a sinfully delicious and healthy alternative to ice cream. Serve them at your next party, or just keep them in the freezer for an afternoon pick-me-up! They are vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free.

28. Thai Mango Salad

Protein: 4.5 g
Calories: 180
Ready in: 15 minutes
Bonus: Vegetarian (uses soy sauce instead of fish sauce)

This salad has just the right amount of sweet and tangy flavors that complement each other perfectly. It’s also super simple to make: just toss all your salad ingredients and dressing together and voila! Add peanuts for a crunchy and exciting twist. You’ll be enjoying this delicious treat in no time at all.

29. Chile Lime Mango Cucumber Salad

Calories: 90kcal
Ready in: 10 minutes
Bonus: Only 5 ingredients

This salad is the perfect balance of sweet and savory flavors—it’s cool enough to refresh you on a hot summer day, but still has enough flavor to keep you satisfied. This salad is a great way to bring some color to your table.

30. Mango Mint Yogurt Smoothie

Protein: 3 g
Calories: 200kcal
Ready in: 5 minutes
Bonus: Vegan, gluten-free, no refined sugars

This mango smoothie recipe uses mangoes, vegan yogurt, non-dairy milk, lime juice and bananas along with fresh mint leaves (more low calorie smoothies can be found here). The mangoes and bananas add sweetness while the mint adds a freshness that leaves your mouth feeling clean and refreshed and the yogurt makes it thick and delicious.

31. Mango Vanilla Chia Seed Parfait

Protein: 7g
Calories: 180 kcal
Ready in: 10-15 minutes
Bonus: Easy make-ahead breakfast

This refreshing parfait has a little bit of everything—a creamy vanilla pudding base, a sweet mango puree, and a generous berries topping for a delicious treat that’s sure to challenge your taste buds.

32. Mango Iced Tea

Calories: 166kcal
Ready in: 17 minutes
Bonus: Can be made with canned mango purée

Cool off with a refreshing glass of homemade Mango Iced Tea. This sweet, tropical drink is perfect for hot summer days! Made with ripened mango or mango purée and mixed with ice tea for a refreshing drink. Garnish each glass with lime slices or sprigs of mint leaves for added freshness.

33. Mango Rasayana (Sweet Mango Pulp)

Ready in: 10 minutes
Recipe by: EasyIndianCookbook
Bonus: Calorie-rich and vitamin C fortified

Mango Rasayana is an easy dessert made with mangos, coconut milk, cardamon powder and sugar. Try this simple dish made using mangoes wit poori to add a burst of flavors to your meal.

34. Mango Pico de Gallo

Ready in: 15 minutes
Bonus: Vegan and gluten-free

The combination of fresh mango, tomato, coriander and lime juice makes for a wonderful salsa that goes well with any Mexican dish. It has a little bit of heat from the jalapeno and tang from lime juice, but it’s not overpowering. The fruitiness of the mangos balances out the heat nicely and adds a sweet element to this salsa. Great for tacos or serve it alongside grilled chicken or fish.

35. Mango Smoothie Bowl

Ready in: 10 minutes
Bonus: Vegetarian, healthy and nutritious

This recipe is perfect for summertime when mangos are in season. You can also use frozen mangoes if you can’t find fresh ones. Use plain Greek yogurt because it has more protein than regular plain yogurt but still adds some creaminess to this dish.

36. Green Mango Chutney

Ready in: 10 minutes
Bonus: Pantry ingredients; easy to make

This Green Mango Chutney combines unripe green mangoes, cilantro, mint, green chili, and ginger to make a super flavorful sauce that’s great for dipping or spreading over grilled meats. It’s a great addition to any meal that needs a little extra kick!

37. Easy Frozen Mango Margarita

Protein: 2g
Calories: 354kcal
Ready in: 5 minutes
Bonus: Easy to prepare

The perfect blend of mangoes, tequila, limes and ice create a unique margarita flavor that you’re sure to love. What makes this drink truly special is that it is sweet, tart, and refreshing all at once. It will be sure to please even the most discriminating palate!

38. Honeyed Fig Salad in Mango Puree

Calories: 133kcal
Ready in: 20 minutes
Bonus: Dairy-free, egg-free, gluten-free, vegetarian

The sweet and savory combination of ingredients will leave you feeling refreshed and satisfied after each bite. The honeyed figs are delicious and make this salad a true delight. It is best served with mango purée, which perfectly complements the sweetness of the figs. The pine nuts add an extra crunch to this dish, making it a great addition to any summer meal. The perfect recipe for a romantic lunch!

39. Easy Mango Black Bean Salsa Salad Recipe

Protein: 5g
Calories: 108 kcal
Ready in: 5 minutes
Recipe by: HealthStartsInTheKitchen
Bonus: Can be made ahead of time

With a mouthwatering medley of fresh mango, protein packed black beans, spicy jalapeño and tangy fresh lime juice, it’s simple to see why this healthy salad has everyone going back for seconds. Make a big batch of this Fresh Mango Black Bean Salsa Salad Recipe for summer potlucks and picnics.

40. Mango Baked Yogurt

Ready in: 35 minutes
Recipe by: SomebodyFeedSeb
Bonus: 4 ingredient recipe

This is a flavorful and healthy way to start your day for all the mango lovers out there. Made with Greek yogurt, ripe mango, double cream, sweetened condensed milk, and garnished with mango chunks and toasted almonds, this baked yogurt is a great way to start your day.

Ready in: 20 minutes
Recipe by: InTheKitch
Bonus: Vegetarian, gluten-free

Fajeto is a delicious, spiced mango soup from the Indian state of Gujarat. This is a great vegan dish to serve as an appetizer before your main meal, or even just as a tasty lunch. It may not sound that great, but trust us, it’s delicious. It’s sweet, it’s spicy, and it’s delicious.

Mango FAQs

Let’s address a few questions that might have come up when scrolling through all those recipes.

What can I do with a lot of mangoes?

One great way to use up mangoes is by making a fresh salsa. You can make a delicious fruit salad with mango chunks, it works well in soups, curries, and chutneys too. It can be used in a variety of savory dishes and desserts.

For example, end your summer barbecue with some homemade mango sorbet. Mango sorbet can also be incorporated into dessert, smoothies and parfaits. Mango jam, mango ice-cream and of course (healthy) mango smoothies are classics as well.

What goes well with mangoes?

Mango has a tropical taste that pairs very well with bananas, coconut, rice, avocado, cardamom, cream cheese, red onion, black beans, lemon and lime juices.

What are the benefits of mangoes?

One cup of diced mangoes clock in at around 100kcal. Mangoes contain immunity-boosting nutrients, and even the potential to help control diabetes. It is also a good source of dietary fiber and is excellent for people suffering from constipation.

Mangoes are rich in vitamins and antioxidants, which help protect you from heart disease and certain cancers. Mango contains potassium which helps regulate blood pressure levels by balancing fluid levels in the body.

In addition, mangoes are packed with vitamins A and C, which promote good vision and help support the immune system. They also contain potassium which helps regulate blood pressure and support heart health.

People with diabetes often have difficulty maintaining normal blood sugar levels due to the insulin resistance associated with their disease. Mangoes contain phytochemicals called polyphenols that may help reduce insulin resistance by improving insulin sensitivity in cells.

Can I freeze fresh mangoes?

You can freeze mangoes without a problem. A good way to do this is to just peel the mango and cut them up into cubes, and then put them in a resealable freezer bag.

It’s not a good idea to keep mangoes at room temperature after they have been cut. It can cause the fruit to be spoiled faster.

Alright peeps, there you have it! Loads of delicious and easy mango recipes and the most asked questions on mangoes answered! I’d love to know which recipe you went for eventually!


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