Mango Coconut Ice Cream

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Hello, World!

Let me first congratulate all my Canadian readers on this glorious Canada Day! Next, I’d love to say a few warm words to all my favorite American food bloggers and readers on coming July the 4th. I’m planning on posting one more recipe this week, so I will have another chance to congratulate you, guys.

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The only one problem I’ve got, and, believe me, it’s quite a serious one, I’m a horrible speaker. I could occasionally write not a bad piece of writing, coherent and not too boring. But when it comes to speaking, that’s a lottery ticket. If everything is going fine (e.x. I had enough sleep/I’m not half-asleep, I don’t have a migraine, I generally feel fine, I’m not anxious, I’m familiar with the ambience/people/topic), that could work! I could be rather eloquent and hilarious, and my speech would be smooth and nice. That’s why when I had my first job at a museum, I did love talking with our visitors. And, in fact, they really enjoyed my style of narrating. I did screw up sometimes though – when I didn’t have enough sleep or felt out of sorts (see the previous lines).

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The truth is, a lot of things in my life depend on my mood. And since I’m often being a moody dude, you know the answer, right?

When it comes to any kind of congratulations, perhaps I’m the most horrible speaker. I may have been preparing for a week or month, but when it’s time to pronounce my polished speech, I will likely produce malarkey.

That’s why I’m not going to say you any warm words, all right? Instead, I’m going to present you this recipe! The recipe is always better the millions of words, isn’t it?

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Ice cream! What could be better than a small large bowl of homemade ice cream, eh? I’ve used this argument for an every other post – such a cheap ploy!:) But it’s so delicious, easy to make and so much better than most ice cream you can buy!

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I’ve been making sorbet and ice cream since 2011, and I’ve tried a lot of good combos. This summer I’m planning on making ice cream few times, but apparently I’m going to be concentrated on sorbet. Or something in between, like in this case. How should this be called? It’s not exactly ice cream, but, on the other hand, it’s not sorbet either. Thanks to the creamy coconut milk and mango pulp, it’s…something in between, as I said!

Mango Coconut Ice Cream

Importantly, it’s easy to make – just mix coconut milk with mango and place in the ice cream maker. A piece of cake A scoop of ice cream! Sure, you can take fresh mangoes and puree them. Plus, it’s not overloaded with sugar. Mango puree is quite sweet on its own. However, it could be additionally sweetened – check info on a can!

The predominant flavor in this ice cream is mango, with the coconut subtly coming through in the background. If you love to get more distinctive coconut flavor, add a few drops of coconut extract to accentuate it! Feel free to add more lime juice too.

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Lastly, the edible flowers are optional, haha!

Have a great week and eat a lot of ice cream. It’s summer. It’s totally appropriate. And I allow too.

See ya!

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Mango Coconut Ice Cream

Prep Time: 5 minutes

Cook Time: 30 minutes

Total Time: 35 minutes

Soft, delicious and easy to make Mango Coconut Ice Cream. It's a healthier version too since it doesn't require any cream, eggs or sugar.

Ingredients

  • 2,5 cups mango pulp
  • 1,5 cups coconut milk
  • juice of 2-3 limes, to taste
  • coconut extract, optional, few drops
  • 1-2 tablespoons powdered sugar, optional

Instructions

  1. Mix the mango pulp, coconut milk, lime juice, and coconut extract if using. Try and add the powdered sugar id needed.
  2. Place the mixture in a cup of your ice cream maker and proceed as recommended in the manual (usually, 20-30 minutes). The ice cream will remain soft.
  3. Transfer it in a container and place in the fridge to get the needed consistency, for up to 2 hours.
  4. Decorate as desired and serve.
  5. Enjoy!

Notes

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20 Thoughts on “Mango Coconut Ice Cream

  1. OOOhhhh I love mango and this looks absolutely wonderful!!!! :DDD
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  2. Happy Canadian day, Ben! Love this ice cream meets sorbet blend of delicious flavors! Coconut and mango sounds like a wonderfully scrumptious way to beat all this heat!! Plus it’s seriously gorgeous- LOVE the color and the edible flowers♡ almost too pretty to eat. Almost. :) Cheers, buddy! Hope you and your love are having a fabulous weekend!!!
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  3. Love the vibrant colour of this ice cream! Mango and coconut is such a refreshing and beautiful flavour combo. Excited to try this soon, Ben! Pinning! :D
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  4. Such vibrant, beautiful colors both on your ice cream/sorbet and the photos! I hate speaking in front of people—never was my cup of tea. It makes me at lost for words. I think there is such a thing as being over rehearsed. I’m glad that you do have shiny public speaking moments in between the not so shiny ones.
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  5. This ice-cream looks so rich and creamy, I can’t believe it’s dairy-free.
    Great job Ben!
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  6. Mango and coconut is a deadly combo Ben! I love everything with coconut! So pass me a small, no no a LARGE bowl please! :) BTW, I think you are just awesome when it comes to speech. You are just being humble!:) And I am sure making this coconut-mango ice-cream soon! YUMMY share! :)
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  7. Absolutely beautiful looking ice cream Ben and Happy belated Canada Day!

  8. Mango and coconut are such a delightful combo – even more so in non-dairy ice cream form!
    This is most definitely better than words, Ben! Now I need to find me some coconut extract…
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  9. Hello Ben!
    Happy Canada day! I can image how great it was, just by seeing your beautiful pics! Your mango coconut Ice cream looks and sounds amazing! a must try, Hugs

  10. Wow, this ice cream is beautiful…almost too pretty to eat. (I did say almost…) I love the flavor combination you have going on here, and I’m thinking this would be the perfect tropical treat for a warm July afternoon!
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