Summer is here (almost)! Nothing feels better than Blender Mango Soft Serve | Ice Cream ready in 5 Minutes. Indulge yourself with a bowl of creamy smooth mango. What a heavenly taste!
I am fond of sweet ripe mango. So, I usually blend it with heavy whipping cream and honey. I get an amazing silky mixture. I set some strawberries, coconut flakes, and chia seeds on top. Then, I drizzle honey. It is divine!
Blender Mango Soft Serve! What a Beauty!
I love to live in the moment, so I usually take the bowl of mango ice cream and play my favorite music. The sweet smooth mango soft serve always takes me on a tropical ride. I finish my bowl, but I always crave for more!
My kids love ice cream. So, I try my best to give them healthy alternatives. You can always find a mango ice cream container in my freezer. Whenever they call for ice cream, I give them a scoop or two of healthy mango ice cream. I decorate it with their favorite toppings. They feel delighted!
How to Peel and Cut Mango
Tropical, sweet, and delicious mango is the ideal fruit for fruit ice cream. Do not buy those mango cubes in a container if you have the time to prepare it yourself! I will teach you how to peel the mango and get them ready for the amazing blender mango soft serve.
It is important to mention that mangos have a flattish elongated pit in the middle. The main point of cutting mango is to split the flesh from the pit with the least waste.
Mango Ice Cream! A Tropical Trip in a Bowl!
For Big Fat Mango: Peel and Cut!
First, create a flat base by cutting off the bottom of the mango. Then, set it on a cutting board. Using a sharp knife, peel the mango downward to the cutting board. Then, rotate it when necessary.
After that, slice down the flat side of the mango. Then, cut them into cubes or chunks. Finally, lay down the mango and cut away the remaining mango around the pit.
Toss the mango in the freezer to be ready when you want to make decadent mango ice cream.
Soft and Creamy Texture! You Wil Ask for More!
For Small Mango: Cut and Scoop!
First, cut down the flat side of the mango without peeling it. Then scoop out the flesh away from the skin using a tablespoon. Cut into chunks or cubes.
Lay the mango flat on the board. Then, cut away the skin first then the remaining mango away from the pit. Sweet mango chunks are ready to be frozen.
Can You Feel It? It Is Smooth!
Cut Mango Into Cubes Without Peeling It
First, hold the ripe mango standing on its stem. Then, cut it downside. You will get three pieces: two sides and a middle piece with the pit inside.
Take the side of the mango and make lengthwise and crosswise cuts using a sharp knife. Push the mango flesh outside, so the cubes will pop out. Finally, you can use your finger tips or a sharp knife to remove the cubes from the peel.
Now, take the piece with the pit and peel it or cut around the pit to take it out. Then, cut the rest of the flesh into cubes. Mango cubes are ready to be frozen.
A Bowl From Heaven! Yummy!
Whatever way you use to prepare mango cubes, do not toss away the pit. It will always have small pieces of juicy mango. I give it to may small boy to squeeze the rest of the juice and flesh. He looks so cute biting the mango pit and messing up his face.
Luscious Blender Mango Soft Serve
Is This Mango Ripe Enough for Mango Ice Cream? Let’s Check It Out!
It is not enough to check the color of the mango. Red mango does not always mean it is ripe.
First, you can gently squeeze the mango. Its texture should not be hard. It should be more like a ripe peach.
Second, you can smell the mango near the stem. A ripe mango has a tropical aroma.
If mango is still firm, it is perfect for cutting. If it is too soft, you can use it for smoothies or sorbet.
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Some Variations You Can Make to Your Mango Ice Cream
For this recipe, I prefer to have natural sweetness from honey. You can also use sugar or maple syrup. They will add to the sweetness of mango.
Heavy whipping cream pairs perfectly with mango. If it is not available, you can use Greek yogurt. It gives the ice cream a rich and creamy texture. It is also softer to scoop after it freezes.
Do not use regular yogurt. It has a high level of water. The mixture will be more liquidy and harder to scoop after it freezes.
The Fragrance of Mango Filled my Kitchen!
How to Serve Blender Soft Serve Mango Ice Cream
Decorate the bowl of ice cream with your favorite fruits. Slice some strawberries on top. You can also set some raspberries. They are amazing. How about some extra mango slices? Heavenly!
Do you love some crispness in your ice cream? Add some Chia seeds and coconut flakes. What an amazing taste! Your guests will ask for more!
Do not forget to drizzle some extra honey or maple syrup on top. They add some extra sweetness and take your ice cream to another level.
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Do Not Miss the Following Tips!
The base ingredient for this soft serve is mango. So, buy high-quality mango or buy the frozen bags from your local market like I did. I grabbed a bah from Costco
If you’re freezing them yourself, they should be ripe. If the mango is not very sweet, you might need to add more honey. Taste and adjust to your liking.
Are you shopping for the coming week? you can choose some hard mangos. You can store them in room temperature until they are ripe.
Attention! Never refrigerate unripe mangos; they will never ripe. After they do, you can refrigerate mango up to 1 month.
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If you want to speed up the ripening process, you can store mangos in a paper bag. Keep them at room temperature. They release ethane gas that makes mango ripe faster.
Mango chunks or cubes can be easily frozen. First, set parchment paper on a tray or a pan. You do not want them to stick to the pan. Spread the chunks, cubes, or slices of mango.
Then, set the pan in the freezer. When they harden, you transfer them to a zip-top bag. Use frozen mango to make delicious mango soft serve.
Tropical Aroma All Over my Place! Amazing!
Frequently Asked Questions
It is easy. You can simply use coconut milk or almond milk instead of whipping cream. Also, you can use maple syrup instead of honey.
Do not waste any of the leftovers. Set them in a sealed container and set them in the freezer up to 1 month.
This is a sweet dessert. So, you can add honey or maple syrup to taste. Also, you can add extra sweetness from the fruits that you set on top of the ice cream like strawberries.
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Get Ready for the Best Mango Ice Cream You Have Ever Tasted!
Blender soft serve mango needs 3 main ingredients only. It will be ready in less than 5 minutes. Follow these step to get a luscious mango ice cream.
What to Prepare
- Frozen Mango
- Heavy whipping cream
- Honey, maple syrup, or sugar
Follow These Simple Steps for the Best Mango Ice Cream
First, add the frozen mango, heavy whipping cream, and honey in a blender. I usually use Vitamix.
Then, blend the 3 ingredients.
Pause to scrape down and move ingredients around.
Blend and repeat the process until you have smooth and creamy texture consistency.
Enjoy mango ice cream topped with your favorite fruit, Chia seeds, coconut flakes. Drizzle more honey or maple syrup on top.
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Blender Mango Soft Serve/Ice cream in 5 minutes
- 3 cups frozen mango
- ½ cup heavy whipping cream
- 1-3 tablespoons hone maple syrup or sugar
- To a blender, add in the frozen mango, heavy whipping cream, and honey.
- Blend the ingredients.
- Pause to scrape down and move ingredients around
- Blend and repeat the process until you have smooth and creamy texture consistency.
- Enjoy right away topped with your favorite fruit, Chia seeds, coconut flakes, and drizzled with more honey or maple syrup.