Every week we pull together some great Canadian recipes from Canadian food bloggers around the web featuring one main ingredient or dish.  This week we’re all about Mango Recipes!

30 Mango Recipes | Food Bloggers of Canada

No matter how you use them - whether it is in a hearty chicken curry or in a luscious pie, mangoes are always a tropical explosion in your mouth.

In some countries, they literally fall off trees by the dozen. In some others, they are imported fresh or dry from remote locations. The important thing is, people, that we have to thank globalization for making the heavenly fruit available for everyone.

Creamy, sweet and sour at the same time, and with a scent that can transport you to a crystalline-water beach, mango is the perfect fruit to lift up the spirits when you've had enough of winter.

So, cheer up, put a flower garland around your neck, get some mangoes and get cooking with the amazing mango recipes that FBC  bloggers are sharing with us today.

Mango recipes

By Food Bloggers of Canada

  • No-Bake Mango Cheesecake

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Luxuriously smooth and a breeze to make, this [No-bake Mango Cheesecake](https://theunlikelybaker.com/no-bake-mango-cheesecake-video/) takes you straight from your kitchen to a tropical paradise. From **The Unlikely Baker**.

  • Mango Sago Pudding

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Mango Sago Dessert](http://www.radiantrachels.com/mango-sago-pudding/) is essentially a bowl of chilled mango smoothie with added tapioca pearls. Very refreshing and easy to make at home too! From **Radiant Rachels.**

  • Mango Watermelon Summer Salsa

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This recipe for [Mango Watermelon Summer Salsa](http://www.exploringhealthyfoods.com/mango-watermelon-summer-salsa/) is loaded with fresh produce, light, and colour! It also has a bit of a kick from the jalapeño and red onion. From **Exploring Healthy Foods**.

  • 3 Ingredients Refreshing Mango Sorbet

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    To make this [3 Ingredients Refreshing Mango Sorbet](http://myorganicdiary.com/2017/07/refreshing-mango-sorbet/) all you need is good frozen mango and a powerful blender. To make the mixture smoother, you should definitely add a non-dairy milk. From **My Organic Diary**.

  • Mango, Cashew & Coconut Chicken Curry

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Mango, Cashew & Coconut Chicken Curry](http://howtoeat.ca/mango-cashew-coconut-chicken-curry/) is a pretty perfect sweet, salty, and savoury chicken curry that comes together in under 20 minutes. From **How to Eat**.

  • Aam Shawndesh: Mango and cheese fudge

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    These  ‘[Shawndeshs](http://www.cookingsutra.com/aam-shawndesh-mango-and-cheese-fudge/)’ are little cheese and mango fudges that are very close to Bengalis' hearts. They usually take centre stage on birthdays, weddings or anniversaries, new jobs or new houses. From **Cooking Sutra**.

  • Mango Basil Mimosa

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    The mango and basil in this [Mimosa](https://everydayonoccasion.wordpress.com/2017/07/05/mango-basil-mimosa/) go extremely well together, and the sharpness of the ginger will make you savour every sip. From **Everyday On Occasion**.

  • Mango Lemongrass Lettuce Wraps

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    Lemongrass mango chicken, vermicelli noodles, and mango salsa make up the scrumptious interior of these [Mango Lemongrass Lettuce Wraps](http://www.mykitchenlove.com/mango-lemongrass-lettuce-wraps/). Just delicious. From **My Kitchen Love**.

  • Tropical Overnight Oats

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    This [Tropical Overnight Oats](http://www.breakfastfordinner.net/tropical-overnight-oats/) recipe takes a basic overnight oats formula and adds chopped mango and coconut flakes... the ultimate tropical flavours. From **Breakfast for Dinner**.

  • Mango Orange Chili Popsicles

    By Food Bloggers of Canada

    [Mango Orange Chili Popsicles](https://www.imagelicious.com/blog/mango-orange-chili-popsicles) are sweet, spicy, and refreshing. Great way to cool down at any time. Chili pepper adds a fine spicy note to the sweet fruit. The dessert is naturally sweet, vegan, raw, and gluten-free. From **Imagelicious**.

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MORE MANGO RECIPES!

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