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This sundae is a good way to end a good meal with friends, or treat the kids to an ice cream dessert in the summer!

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IngredientsServes: 1

  • 2 scoops vanilla ice cream
  • 50g fresh raspberries
  • 1/2 mango, chopped
  • 1 fresh mint leaf

MethodPrep:5min ›Ready in:5min

  1. Place two scoops of vanilla ice cream in a bowl. Top with the raspberries and mango, then decorate with a mint leaf.

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Mango Ice Cream (Dairy Free)

Mango Ice Cream. Doesn’t that sound delicious? It is so delicious. And thankfully, cooling as well! It’s also dairy-free Mango Ice Cream but even if you eat dairy, you will still love this version.

It’s so hot here that pretty much every single expression ever used about the heat (e.g., “it’s so hot that …” and “it’s hotter than a …”) applies right now. We’ve been doing what we can to stay cool given the fact that any outdoor activities take a toll on us. Plus, heat advisories have been in effect so, we’re heeding them.

Add in the fact that the entire month of July is considered National Ice Cream Month, National Ice Cream Day just passed, and a number of other ice cream-focused food holidays occur this month as well. All are timed just right to give me a push to share my new Mango Ice Cream recipe with you all.

I need a push these days. These are such odd and unsettling times. There is so much that is troubling now, so much that is in fact, gut-wrenchingly sad and outrageous but yet, focusing on the small moments of goodness and embracing joy—like today’s recipe, with a giveaway—at times still feels right.

In truth, I think such focus sustains us. It keeps us going and allows us to do much harder things even if the happy moment itself is fleeting.

Son has stated several times that enjoying our evening meal together is the highlight of his day, every day. The three of us agree on that and are so grateful we have that time together and that we have nutritious and delicious food to prepare and enjoy together.

We’re in this uncertain period for the foreseeable future so as much as it often feels wrong to be celebrating anything right now, it also feels like a requirement.

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Sundae Prep

  • Buy the right amount of ice cream.
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Serving Sundaes

  • Set ice cream out to soften a few minutes before serving for easier scooping
  • To reduce chaos, let guests form a buffet line to create their own sundaes, especially if you have a large number of guests.
  • Place ice cream back in freezer after everyone is served to prevent melting, encouraging guests to help themselves to more (if you wish)

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Ice cream cakes

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2. Coconut and raspberry ice cream cake

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3. Snickers ice cream cake

Looking for a cake that requires minimum effort, for maximum impact? Look no further than this! All of your dessert dreams will be answered right here.

4. Popsicle birthday cake

If ever there was a prize for the cleverest ice cream a mum could make, then this little number definitely takes the cake (excuse the pun!).

5. Chewy meringue and mango sorbet cake

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6. Chocolate bar ice cream cake

This is a very simple ice cream dessert cake which everyone will be wowed by it tastes delicious and decadent.

Classic ice cream desserts

7. Chocolate banana ice cream

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8. Rocky road ice cream sundae

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9. Chocolate mint ice cream balls

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10. Strawberry ice cream

Whip up this fluffy pink ice cream as a weekend treat for everyone. Nothing beats the taste of ice cream made with real berries. So yum!

11. Banana splits

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Quick ice cream desserts

12. 2 ingredient lemon sorbet

Mighty refreshing on a hot day, or after a heavy meal, this twist on a traditional sorbet will leave your tastebuds dancing.

13. 2 ingredient creamy ice cream

Add a teaspoon of vanilla to this velvety dessert to turn it into the creamiest vanilla ice cream you’ve ever tasted.

14. 3 ingredient mango ice cream

Get set to be utterly and pleasantly surprised. This gem of a recipe will be one you come back to time and time again – at the kids’ insistence of course!

Gourmet ice cream desserts

15. Apricot and honey frozen yoghurt

Mix it up a bit with a frozen yoghurt dessert, instead of traditional ice cream. Made with fresh apricots, this recipe is ripe for the summer months.

16. Cherry and vanilla choc tops

Homemade choc-tops are always a hit especially when made with this yummy cherry ice cream. The simple things in life are always the best.

17. Honeydew sorbet

This diet-friendly dessert with hints of lime and basil will end your meal with a stylish and sophisticated bang! It’s right at the top of the ‘wow’ scale.

18. Ginger ice cream

It may not sound that appealing, but trust us, once you’ve had your first spoon you’ll never look back. The lesson here is: NEVER judge an ice cream by its name.

19. Easy mango granita

This easy frozen treat could fast become a family favourite. Dairy-free and sugar-free, what’s not to love about this fruity delight?

20. Honey and tea ice cream

If you consider yourself a bit of an ice cream connoisseur, then this little number will be right up your alley.

FUN ice cream desserts

21. Frozen honeycomb slice

Need dessert for a crowd? This is the ultimate solution. With heaps of crunch and oodles of taste, you best make enough for seconds!

22. Ice cream in a can

This is both an uber-cool science experiment and a tasty dessert in one! The kids will think Christmas has come early this year.

23. Ice cream tacos

Little ones will have an absolute ball decorating these desserts in whatever way they wish. It’s time to let their imaginations run wild.

24. Edible ice cream baskets

Forget about serving ice cream in a tasteless wafer cone, these crunchy baskets are much more fun and a whole lot more satisfying too.

Ice blocks and popsicles

25. Baby yoghurt ice blocks

This is the perfect ice cream dessert for tots just starting out on their food journey – and the big kids won’t knock them back either!

26. Angel ice creams

Christmas, birthday, whatever the occasion, these colourful dipped ice creams will add a touch of something special to the day.

27. School day frozen smoothies

Your kids will be the envy of the playground when you add one of these slurpy snacks to the lunch box. And you’ll be the coolest mum that ever walked the earth. Promise!

28. Frozen yoghurt pops

This is how you cheat your way into the kids’ good books. You barely have to lift a finger to make these icy-good sweets.

29. Nutella popsicles

Here’s an entirely new way to indulge in Australia’s fave chocolate spread. Be prepared to fall in love all over again.

30. Mango and apple treats

Try this fabulously fruity way to let the littlest members of your family in on the ice cream fun – this is particularly good for those that are teething.

Raspberry Chocolate Chip

All natural raspberry ice cream with dark chocolate chips.

The FDA requires the eight major food allergens to be listed on food labels: milk, eggs, fish, crustacean shellfish, tree nuts, peanuts, wheat, and soybeans.

The frozen desserts and dairy products produced at our Conestoga, PA facility use milk from local cows within 75 miles from our dairy.

  • At the store, make sure the package is firm before you buy it.
  • The ideal temperature for ice cream in your home freezer is between -5°F and 0°F.
  • Try to use frozen desserts within 3-4 weeks.
  • Be sure to close the package securely and return it to your freezer as soon as possible.
  • Never microwave your container of ice cream.

Serving Size
--> 2/3 cup (94g)

Amount Per Serving

% Daily Value

Total Fat 11g 14%

Saturated Fat 7g 35%

Cholesterol 40mg 13%

Sodium 60mg 3%

Total Carbohydrates 24g 9%

Dietary Fiber 0g 0%

Added Sugars 17g 34%

Protein 4g

Vitamin D 0mcg 0%

Calcium 141mg 10%

Iron 0mg 0%

Potassium 126mg 2%

*The % Daily Value tells you how much a nutrient in a serving of food contributes to a daily diet. 2,000 calories a day is used for general nutrition advice.

Additional Info: Gluten-Free


Explore all the great All Natural Ice Cream flavors from Turkey Hill


A natural flavor derived from vanilla beans. Used as a flavoring in many foods and drinks.


A sweetener made from sugar cane or sugar beets. Used to add flavor to food and drinks.

Soy Lecithin

An naturally occurring oily substance derived from soybeans used in food products to enhance texture.

Raspberry Puree

A thick, smooth mash of raspberries used as part of the flavor profile in some ice cream.


An edible fruit with a characteristic sweet-tart flavor. Used as an inclusion in some ice cream flavors.

Chocolate Chips

A sweet, brown food made from cacao seeds in chip form mixed throughout the ice cream as part of some flavor profiles.

Nonfat Milk

The thin milk left when whole milk is separated from its fats. Also referred to as skim milk.

Natural Flavors

Naturally occurring ingredients used to enhance or create a flavor.


The thick liquid containing the fats in milk.

Fruit And Vegetable Juices (For Color)

Juices of fruits and vegetables added to enhance the color of foods and drinks.

Chocolate Liquor

Liquefied pure chocolate that results from melting the nib of the cocoa bean.

Cocoa Butter

A natural fat extracted from the cocoa bean that helps in the chocolate making process.

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Raspberry Mango Coconut Pops

These raspberry mango coconut pops have a ton going on. There’s sweetness from the mango, a pop of tartness from the raspberries, and creaminess from the coconut milk and white chocolate.

For the finishing touch, the frozen pops are dipped in white chocolate and topped with unsweetened shredded coconut.

Silicone Ice Cream Bar Molds

These silicone ice cream bar molds are my favorite! They are super easy to use and even easier to clean.

To be honest, I like the silicone molds much better than these popsicles molds I’ve had for years.

Tips on using Silicone Ice Cream Bar Molds:

  • Insert the wooden stick BEFORE adding the filling. If you try to insert the stick after filling the molds, the filling will likely ooze out.
  • Place the ice cream bars molds on a freezer safe sheet tray or cookie sheet before filling. The flat tray will ensure the molds are evenly filled. The tray allows allows you to easily transport the molds to the freezer.
  • Cover filled molds with plastic wrap to ensure frozen pops don’t absorb any unwanted flavors/scents from the freezer. (These molds are not sold with a cover. Some other varieties DO come with a cover.)
  • Ensure ice cream bars are frozen solid before trying to unmold. It is best to allow the ice cream bars to freeze overnight.
  • To unmold, simply peel back silicone mold.

After unmolding the raspberry mango coconut pops, place them on a parchment lined freezer safe sheet tray and return to the freezer for 5-10 minutes while you prepare the white chocolate coating.

White Chocolate Magic Shell:

The white chocolate coating is a simple mixture of white chocolate chips and coconut oil. It’s a “magic shell”- meaning it solidifies when introduced to cold.

Coconut oil has a high freezing point. Coconut oil turns solid around 72 degrees (room temperature). The white chocolate coconut oil mixture quickly solidifies when it comes into contact with the frozen pops.

While you could dip the entire frozen pop into the melted white chocolate mixture, I decided to only dip half. I wanted the raspberry-mango-coconut swirl to be seen.

Work fast when dipping the pops into the chocolate. The chocolate will solidify quickly. You will need to add the shredded coconut toppings ASAP to make it stick.

Homemade Mango Ice Cream

You won’t believe it until you try it. This really is a creamy ice cream made without an ice cream machine.

Regular readers know one of my big gripes is pretty photos of food for so so recipes. And my other gripe is watching cooking shows where the host is serenely scooping a perfect ball of ice cream and popping it in a cone when in actual fact, it’s a frozen solid mass, and if you leave it out to soften, it just turns into a puddle of liquid. I’ve been caught out so many times!

Such is the case with any recipe made with just milk, cream or yoghurt + sugar/honey. If you take it out of the freezer after 5 hours 17 minutes and 43 seconds, there is the chance that it will have frozen to that perfect stage where it is firm enough yet still scoopable. If you miss that window of opportunity by a mere second (or heaven forbid, you don’t eat it all in one sitting), it will be a frozen solid block of ice. Leave it out to soften, and, just like ice, it goes from frozen to melted.

So this homemade Mango Ice Cream recipe is dedicated to all of you who, like me, have been disappointed by efforts to make a homemade ice cream in the past. That is, without an ice cream maker! ?

A traditional ice cream starts with a sweetened mixture of cream and eggs which is then poured into an ice cream machine which churns as the ice cream gradually freezes. The churning serves two purposes: it aerates the mixture to make it light and fluffy and it stops icicles from forming so the ice cream is creamy rather than icy.

And all of this is replaced with two simple ingredients: condensed milk and cream. The whipped cream aerates the mixture and the condensed milk is the ingredient that keeps the mixture creamy, like ice cream. I must profess I don’t know the science behind why this works, I just know it does!

Whip the cream, fold through the condensed milk, add a touch of vanilla, freeze it and voila! 12 hours later, you will have an ice cream that looks like it’s store bought. Go wild with the add ins! Chocolate chips, coffee, spices, rum and raisin!

For this version, I added MANGOES!


The recipe base of condensed milk and whipped cream lends itself to flavour variations that can be stirred through (like choc chips) or infused into the cream (like spices). However, if you start adding liquid content into the mixture – like fruit purees – the addition of water based ingredients affects the creaminess of the ice cream.

Originally, I just plonked pureed mangoes into the mixture. It didn’t make the whole ice cream icy, it was still scoopable and creamy, but when I ate it, there was definitely teeny tiny bits of fine icy bits in the ice cream.

So to solve that problem, I reduced the mango puree by simmering it on the stove. The added bonus of this was that I could use more mango puree and thus get a more intense mango flavour in the puree, while avoiding those teeny tiny icicles in the ice cream.

Finally. After quite a number of batches, I was finally happy with my homemade Mango Ice Cream. Not that I was short of taste testers, even for the initial experimental versions!

Mango Ice Cream Recipe by Todd’s Kitchen

YouTube views at time of publishing article: 106,972. Video was originally published on 6 Jan 2013.

This simple Fresh Mango Ice Cream Recipe and Video Demonstration is brought to you by Todd’s Kitchen.

Ingredients as follows:
395g tin Condensed Milk
2 cups heavy/thickened/Whipping cream
1/2 cup milk
2 1/2 cup mango pulp

He starts off with 3 fresh mangoes that are soft and ripe.

He removes the skin and seed off to extract the fruit flesh out.

Next, he mashes up the mango pulp into a puree and sets it aside.

He adds in a can of sweetened condensed milk into his mixture bowl.

He adds in 2 cups of thickened cream.

And in goes half a cup of milk.

He uses a mixer to whipped all the creamy ingredients together on medium for about 2 minutes.

He adds in the mango puree to the mixture and switches on the mixer for about 10 seconds.

And the mango ice cream premix is done!

Next, he pours the premix into his ice cream maker machine for about 15 to 20 minutes and he’s done! Easy!