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Raw mango ice cream...yeyah!!!

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Ok so clearly at this point my mango obsession is not a secret. And to be honest, I'm not actively looking for things to do with mangoes, as I love mangoes in their natural element. But I had some that were starting to turn and I was feeling creative, so I whipped up a mango cheesecake (recipe to come later) and mango ice cream.


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Comments

Emily said…
wow this looks SO great! and what a cool idea making a raw frozen creamy ice cream as opposed to sorbet, i love your ingredients...it's so funny i *just* checked out from the library a book called "the vegan scoop" by wheeler del torro, full of 150 vegan ice cream recipes, and i was thinking i might need to buy an ice cream maker...your post convinced me, i'm getting one!
Selene said…
are you in toronto? if so, go to caynes super houseware store. I got my cuisinart ice cream maker with an extra bowl for 50$ or something ridiculous like that (this one: http://first-time-buyer-home-loans.com/wp-content/uploads/2009/07/cuisinart-ice-cream-makers.jpg). And seriously, have never looked back. It's amazing!! It's one of the less expensive cuisinart models and is absolutely fab.

book sounds delish. can't wait to see the things you make from it!
Lauren said…
This looks so amazing and simple!! Mmm, I will have to try!
Nancy said…
That looks so good. Wow. I love mangos more than words can say. And in ice cream form? And raw? That's 3 of my favorite things. I must try this out.
Sharan said…
Hi Selene,

I just started following your blog recently and I love your dishes! Can this ice cream be made without an ice cream maker? Like your recipe for the raw vanilla ice cream?

Thanks!
Selene said…
Thanks for the comments!

Sharan - I haven't tried it without an ice cream maker. But I say give it a shot! The worst thing that can happen is that it freezes solid, in which case just let it thaw a bit before enjoying.
Let me know how it goes!
Pam said…
Wow...that looks great and I bet the flavor is awesome!

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amy said…
THIS IS RIDICULOUS. I was JUST thinking to myself this morning how I need to make a mango version of raw ice cream. Although I intended on using frozen banana, but avocado is such a better idea. It looks like gelato! You're from toronto so if you get a chance check out the store delight, it's really good. The ice cream I doubt is raw but it's vegan, and made with orange juice as a sugar and coconut milk as the base.
Chelsea said…
This looks absolutely delicious! I'm definitely going to try it the next time I get some mangoes.
Alisa said…
wow,Im definitely making this.I love mangoes!Hope you wont mind I'd love to guide Foodista readers to this post.Just add the foodista widget to the end of this post and it's all set, Thanks!
Sancia said…
Wow I must try!
Jennie said…
I think I'll try this one...I am not fond of cashew based ice creams, and I'm a huge fan of mango... looks great!
Elisa said…
Whoa, I just made this and it is seriously good and creamy. I was looking for a raw ice cream recipe that wouldn't harden up (like you said) and came across your post. I used the whole avocado instead of just half and a 1/4 cup of dates instead of 1/3 and it still worked out. Thank you for the great recipe.

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