Sooth your craving with this natural sugar free mango ice cream on any hot summer day.

Sugar free ice cream recipe with mango - Suncakemom

My friend, Rosa shared with me this healthy ice cream alternative the other day. We were sitting by the swimming pool, talking about all sort of recipes. Ice cream, cookies, cakes and other delicious recipes came up during our chat. Everyone of us had something new to say to the others or learn from each other. I love these little discussions.

Best catch of the day for me was this simple low sugar ice cream recipe. Because of three things.

Number one, it is so unbelievably easy and fast that I wouldn’t even call it a recipe. Can you believe that you only need two ingredients to make it?

Second thing that it is completely refined sugar free. Even if your taste buds are used to eating sweet things, with this ice cream you’re not going to miss the sugar as mango provides natural sweetness to satisfy your sweet tooth. My family is in love with this ice cream because mango is one of our top fruit. I mean really, who doesn’t like mango? Tastes like heaven and I haven’t even started mentioning its health benefits.

Third is that Mango is a natural source of dietary fibers that improves digestion; anti-oxidants, minerals and vitamins such as vitamin A which helps to protect your eyes. It has been found to give protection against different types of cancer and diabetes. It also lowers bad cholesterol.

So are you ready?

Ingredients:

  • 2 egg whites
  • 2 big ripe mangoes

How to make it:

  1. Rosa told me her little secret, I gladly use since. Whenever she buys mangoes, peels them, dice them and puts them straight into the freezer. So when she or her family fancy a quick treat the only thing she needs to do is to take diced, frozen mangoes out of the freezer, put them in the blender and blend until smooth.Frozen mangos - SuncakemomBlend the mango - Suncakemom
  2. Break eggs and separate egg whites from the yolks. You only need to use egg whites.
  3. Whisk egg whites until hard and forms peaks.Whisk the egg white - Suncakemom
  4. Mix blended mango and egg whites carefully together. Try not to break whites. You are going to get a delicious foamy texture, a bit like mousse. And there you are.Mix the egg white and mango - Suncakemom

Mix the egg white and mango until consistent - Suncakemom

Believe it or not your no sugar ice cream with mango is ready. You can choose to serve it straight or pop it in the freezer for an hour. Only the texture will be different. Decorate it with some diced mango pieces on top.

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Eat and enjoy!

I would specially recommend it to people who are intolerant of dairy products and don’t want to miss out the best treat of summer AKA ice cream. 😉

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Sugar free ice cream recipe with mango - Suncakemom
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Sugar free ice cream recipe with mango
Prep Time
10 mins
Total Time
10 mins
 

Sooth your craving with this natural sugar free mango ice cream on any hot summer day.

Servings: 4
Author: Edi Baker - SunCakeMom
Ingredients
  • 2 Egg whites
  • 2 Big ripe mangoes
Instructions
  1. Break eggs and separate egg whites from the yolks. You only need to use egg whites.
  2. Whisk egg whites until hard and forms peaks.

  3. Mix blended mango and egg whites carefully together. Try not to break whites. You are going to get a delicious foamy texture, a bit like mousse. And there you are.
Recipe Notes

Mango Health Benefits:

Natural source of dietary fibers that improves digestion; anti-oxidants, minerals and vitamins such as vitamin A which helps to protect your eyes. It has been found to give protection against different types of cancer and diabetes. It also lowers bad cholesterol.

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Edi Baker - SunCakeMom

Edi Baker - SunCakeMom

X-gen Master of the rolling pin, mother of the ONE and a full time teacher.
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