Mango Frozen Yogurt

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I will take this soft-serve 🥭 Mango Frozen Yogurt over any store bought tub any day of the week. This recipe is not only healthy but insanely delicious. It’s sweet, 🌴 tropical, and refreshing. It’s everything I want on a hot summer day, and more. Kids and adults will absolutely love this and they will most likely never know that it’s actually pretty healthy. You can use any fruit you personally like or even use frozen fruit to speed up the process.

Why You’ll Love Mango Frozen Yogurt

This Mango Frozen Yogurt is absolute perfection. It’s refreshing and bright and the mango/lime combo is deliciously sweet and tangy, with a hint of the tropics. This recipe comes together in literally minutes and you can easily scale it up so you always have some in the freezer for the summer 😎. You could even add the mixture to popsicle molds for the kids, OR add a splash of 🍹 tequila for the adults. This is the perfect summer refresher.

How to Prepare Mango Frozen Yogurt

🔪 First, using a sharp knife, cut the mango alongside the pit and scoop out the flesh from both sides. Then add to the food processor.

🌀 Now, add the yogurt, agave, and lime juice to the food processor and then give it all blend.

🧑‍🍳 Once it’s smooth, transfer it into a small baking loaf pan or a foil loaf pan and then cover with a lid or plastic wrap.

🧊 Next, pop it in the freezer for at least 5-6 hours.

🥄 Now, scoop out your portions, garnish with lime zest and enjoy!

Nonna’s Tip 🧊

If you use frozen fruit in this recipe, you’ll be able to serve it and enjoy it right away!

Mango Frozen Yogurt

Variations and Substitutions for Mango Frozen Yogurt

  1. This recipe would even be lovely if you use popsicle molds. 
  2. You can use any 🍯 sweetener of choice and as much as you like depending on how ripe/sweet the fruit is.
  3. Any yogurt, non-dairy or regular, will work for this recipe or even some 🥥 coconut cream instead if you are plant-based.
  4. You could also use fresh or frozen berries, a 🍌 banana, watermelon or pineapple in this Mango Frozen Yogurt.

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Common Questions

Can this mango Frozen yogurt be made dairy-free?

Yes, you can certainly make this recipe dairy-free by using your favorite non-dairy yogurt or coconut milk/cream instead.

how long does this need to freeze?

For best results, I recommend freezing this Mango Frozen Yogurt for at least 5-6 hours. If you use frozen fruit instead of fresh, you can skip this step and enjoy it right away.

what sweetener can I use if vegan/plant-based?

Sweetener is totally optional in this recipe, depending on your preferences and how sweet the fruit is naturally. If you’re vegan or plant-based absolutely feel free to use agave instead of honey.

what other fruits would work in this recipe in addition to mango?

You could add fresh or frozen berries here, a banana, watermelon or pineapple to this Mango Frozen Yogurt. The options are really endless.

Which food processor do you use?

I love this food processor. It’s nice and big, washes well and great quality.

Mango Frozen Yogurt

Mango Frozen Yogurt

This Mango Frozen Yogurt is a guilt-free treat that comes together in minutes. You can easily scale the recipe up so you always have some in the freezer on a hot summer day.
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Course: Dessert
Servings: 2 small
Author: The Modern Nonna
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Freeze Time: 6 hours
Total Time: 6 hours 5 minutes


  • 2 mangoes, pitted
  • 2 tablespoon plain yogurt, any variety you like
  • ½ tablespoon agave, or honey, to taste
  • ½ lime, juiced
  • lime zest, for presentation


  • Cut the mango along side the pit and scoop out the flesh from both sides. You can cut out and enjoy the flesh around the pit as a chef's treat or even add it in the food processor as well. Add the yogurt, agave, lime juice and give it a blend. Feel free to use a blender as well but a food processor is easier.
  • Once it’s smooth, transfer it into a small baking loaf dish or a foil loaf dish and cover it with a lid or plastic wrap.
  • Pop it in the freezer for at least 5-6 hours. If you are using frozen fruit you can skip this step and enjoy it right away. Garnish with lime zest and enjoy.



Calories: 158kcal, Carbohydrates: 38g, Protein: 3g, Fat: 1g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.2g, Monounsaturated Fat: 0.5g, Cholesterol: 3mg, Sodium: 12mg, Potassium: 396mg, Fiber: 4g, Sugar: 33g, Vitamin A: 2268IU, Vitamin C: 81mg, Calcium: 53mg, Iron: 0.4mg

Nutrition information is automatically calculated, so should only be used as an approximation.

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