3 Ingredient Mango Ice Cream

This 3 ingredient mango ice cream recipe is super easy! 5 mins of prep for the best mango ice cream: rich & creamy with big mango flavor!

How was your weekend? Did you do anything mischievous, out of character or just plain ‘ol fun? If you did, you must tell me all about it! I not only live vicariously through you, but I also like to look for a bit of inspo when letting loose during my summer adventures.

It’s just… sometimes I feel like we’re so focused all year-long. Focused on work. Focused on finances. Focused on family. Focused on all the responsibility and etc. But what about the super important and completely necessary, but oft-ignored time to just chill? To just relax, unwind and let the breeze run through your hair?

That’s what today’s super easy homemade mango ice cream recipe is all about: letting yourself unwind, relax and just let that tropical summer breeze run through your hair. Or at least taste like it. In your mouth, not your hair. Oh, you know what I mean.

A long time ago, I started associating mangoes with the tropics and the tropics with relaxation, sunshine, and happiness. So you will join me in making, then scooping up two big scoops of this homemade mango ice cream, then enjoying the tropical flavors and just… relaxing? 🙂

Overhead shot of bowl with mango coconut ice cream on top of serving plates.

Super Easy Homemade Mango Ice Cream Recipe

Just as I wish for you to have a moment to yourself that’s as easy and gentle as a warm summer’s breeze, did I design this recipe to be as easy to make. As the warm summer’s breeze. Oh, you get it.

I originally shared this healthy mango ice cream recipe back in June 2017, and ever since, it’s been one of your go-to Beaming Baker ice cream recipes. Along with… my Coconut Chocolate Chip Vegan Ice Cream4 Ingredient Banana Peanut Butter Swirl Ice Cream and 2 Ingredient Pineapple Coconut Sorbet. Today, we’re gonna whip up a batch of freshly made, homemade mango ice cream and just chill.

Scooping homemade mango ice cream out of the container.

3 Ingredients for this Healthy Mango Ice Cream Recipe

All you need are 3 simple, whole ingredients to make this healthy mango ice cream recipe:

You can even skip the pure maple syrup if you’re using extra ripe and sweet mangoes. Just know that either way, this homemade mango ice cream is still vegan, paleo, healthy and dairy-free.

How to Make Mango Ice Cream

Learn how to make fresh mango ice cream with me in just 3 easy steps.

  1. Add mangoes to a food processor and blend until crumbly.
  2. Add coconut milk and maple syrup, then blend until smooth and creamy.
  3. Pour mixture into a freezer-friendly container and chill until firm and scoopable. Enjoy! 

More mango recipes to try

Overhead view of bowl with mango ice cream scoops in it.
  • My Favorite Food Processor: In case you couldn’t tell by the name, this really is my favorite food processor. It’s been right by my side for pretty much every ice cream recipe I’ve come up with over the years, and isn’t showing any signs of slowing down even a tiny bit. If you’re on the lookout for a strong, sturdy and totally dependable food processor then I highly recommend you check this one out. It’s awesome!
  • Ice Cream Scooper: If you’re gonna make some homemade mango ice cream, then you need an ice cream scooper that you can trust. It does a fantastic job of creating beautiful, TV commercial-level scoops right in the comfort of your own home. 
  • Freezer Door Ice Cream Container: I love that this reusable ice cream container fits comfortably on your freezer door. That way you have easy access to your mango ice cream at all times. 😉
  • Full Fat Coconut Milk: A key ingredient of this healthy mango ice cream, and one of my favorite ingredients to use when making homemade ice cream in general.

How’d you enjoy learning how to make mango ice cream at home with me? It was so incredibly easy and chill, right? Let me know what you think in the comments below! I love hearing from you. I’m so grateful that you’re here, sharing in these tasty kitchen moments with me and your loved ones. ‘Til the next kitchen adventure…

Sending you all my love and maybe even a dove, xo Demeter ❤️

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Homemade Mango Ice Cream: this 3 ingredient mango ice cream recipe is super EASY! 5 mins of prep for the best mango ice cream: rich & creamy with big mango flavor! Vegan, Dairy-Free, Healthy.




  1. Add mangoes to a blender or food processor. Blend until crumbly.
  2. Add coconut milk and maple syrup, if using, blending until smooth. Scrape down the sides of the blender as needed.
  3. Pour into a freezer-friendly, airtight container. Freeze for 3-6 hours, or until completely frozen. Allow to thaw for 20-60 minutes before scooping—this treat can take a while to thaw.** Enjoy!

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  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Cook Time: 0 mins
  • Category: Dessert
  • Method: Chill
  • Cuisine: American

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  1. This looks awesome and I’d love to try and make it 🙂 – is there an approximate amount in grams for one cup of frozen mango?

    1. Hi Chittoor, this site is purely online based. 😉 No shop or phone number is available. 🙂

    1. Hi Carissa! As long as you cut the mangoes into cubes and freeze it first before you blend it, it should work just fine! Let me know how it turns out!

  2. That looks amazing! I’m lactose intolerant so it’s hard always skipping out on ice cream. This seems like the perfect substitute!

  3. Wonderfully delicious!!!, a big hit !! and it was gone in minutes. I had to prepare lunch for a little event And was looking for a delicious Simple vegan dessert to go with my banana bread. And I just happened To have quite a few mangoes on hand which I cut- up and froze the night before. This recipe was so easy and quick to make, I followed your instructions and froze it overnight, when I got to the event I let it sit out for a couple hours it was perfect, and ready to serve after lunch, everyone wanted seconds, thank You for this Simple healthy and delicious recipe, I will be using it on a regular basis.

    1. Woohoo!! I’m so happy to hear that this was such a success for you, Marcia! 🙂 Such a great idea to let it sit out for a few hours in advance–that’s when the texture gets perfectly creamy. Thank you for taking the time to tell me how it all worked out for you. I truly appreciate it! .

    1. Hi Kamania, full-fat coconut milk is the kind that’s not marked “lite” or “light.” It’s mostly coconut cream instead of coconut juice. Enjoy!

  4. Great. Was simple to make with ingredients I had in the house. I put into popsicles because it was the only container I had available and it worked out well.

    1. Oh gosh, this must’ve been amazing as a popsicle! I was actually wondering how that would taste. 😉 So glad you enjoyed them Leah. Thanks for letting me know! 🙂

  5. Thank you for this great recipe! I had a few ripe mangos, as well as some coconut milk and maple syrup handy in the pantry. I cut up the mangos the night before and put the ingredients in the Vitamix in the morning. It was the perfect amount of sweetness without any refined sugars and ready by lunchtime.

    1. My pleasure, Tiffany! Ohhh, just the sound of those ripe mangoes makes me crave this ice cream again! Hehe. So happy to hear that you enjoyed my recipe. Thanks so much for reporting back. 🙂 Can’t wait to see what you try next!

    1. Hi Sue, at this time, no. 🙁 I’m currently working on adding nutritional info to the recipes on my site. Thank you for your patience. 🙂

    1. Hi Lali, I recommend using the can of full-fat coconut milk–it has coconut cream and coconut water/juice in it. If you used canned coconut cream, you’d have to figure out how much coconut water/juice to add in to make up for the full-fat can. Sorry!

      1. Hi Demeter,

        Thanks for the recipe. Just a point of clarification. Coconut “milk” is made from the white “meat” from dried coconuts blended with water. These can only come from dried coconuts that you’d find on a coconut shy.

        Coconut “water” comes from the green coconuts fresh from the coconut palm. As the coconuts age and turn brown the “water” inside becomes brackish and wouldn’t be used to make coconut milk.

        The little water left in a dried coconut would be thrown away…not added to anything I think..


  6. This looks amazing!
    Demeter I was wondering if I could use mango pulp instead of frozen mango as that’s what I have on hand? If so, would you be able to kindly indicate approximately how much would be the equivalent?
    Thanks so much

    1. Hi Xena, thank you! 🙂 It might just work–be sure to use frozen mango pulp (or freeze into cubes for easier blending). When frozen mango is blended, it becomes deliciously creamy. My best guess for the amount is about 2 1/4 cups liquid mango pulp. I’m not 100% sure, so be prepared for some kitchen experimenting. Can’t wait to hear how it turns out! 🙂

    1. Hi T! Yes you can. The only thing is that it will change the texture of the ice cream. Mangoes tend to add a delicious creaminess. With strawberries or blackberries, you might get more of a sorbet texture. Can’t wait to hear how it turns out! 🙂

  7. We saw this today and ran out to get the mangos. I can’t wait to have some with our cookout tonight!

    1. Awesome!! I hope you got a chance to try and just loved it, Terri. Hope you had a wonderful cookout! 🙂

  8. I completely agree with you and as I write this I’m getting ready to relax (um, with a house full of people)…I love the pairing of fruit and ice cream (I’m working on a fruit coulis recipe right now).

    Happy 4th! 🙂

    1. Lol on relaxing with a house full of people. That should be SUPER easy, right? . Hope you had an awesome 4th! 🙂

    1. Sometimes all ya need is a double scoop to get the good, chill vibes going. 😉 Hoping you have an awesome week, Marsha! xo

  9. This ice cream sounds amaaaaazing! I’m all about mango right now (and always) and could probably eat an entire pint of this 🙂

  10. I totally agree! We seemed to be so focused on everything, that we forget to relax and have fun! I would gladly relax with a scoop (or five) of this gorgeous ice cream! Love that this is just three ingredients, Demeter! And that color! Love it! Pinned! Hope your Monday is off to a great start!

    1. Right? It’s high time we all take a good, long break. Or at least a high-quality break. 🙂 Thanks for pinning! Wishing you an awesome week ahead! 🙂

  11. Demeter – you sure are right – I’ve been feeling like I’ve been running on fumes…IN Circles and I NEED a break – and that break would be even better with two or three scoops of this 3 Ingredient Mango Coconut Vegan Ice Cream! You know how you mentioned mangoes remind ya of the topics and chilling…lady, one day you must come to Atlanta and visit the Buford Highway Farmers Market – so many tropical fruits – you might just wanna take a nap there! 🙂

    1. Oh goodness, sounds like you need a break more than I do! Alright, it’s time to dial it all down and start planning your next vacay. 🙂 Hopefully one with a few or more scoop of this mango ice cream! 😉 I will totally visit that market if I ever go to Atlanta. Thanks for the tip, Shashi! 🙂 xoxo