paleo raw mango pudding

Paleo Raw Mango Pudding Recipe.

So apparently mangoes are in fact the whole world’s most favourite fruit. So naturally we just had to make a merrymaker sweet treat with mango! Introducing our paleo raw mango pudding! This pudding will go great on the Christmas menu!

Not only are mangoes super delish + good for you (read all about this here) they make one hell of a healthy sweet treat. The most wonderful thing about our paleo raw mango pudding recipe is that you can literally whiz it up in a couple of minutes.

We made them for dessert the other night when our friends came over for a week day dinner. Whizzed them up, filled the silicone muffin tin and left them in freezer while we cooked the main meal.

These paleo raw mango puddings are the perfect quick and easy summer sweet treat. Everyone who has tried them has loved them… even Emma… who hates mangoes! 

Always merrymaking,

e + c

paleo raw mango pudding.
Serves 6
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Prep Time
20 min
Cook Time
1 hr
Total Time
1 hr 20 min
Prep Time
20 min
Cook Time
1 hr
Total Time
1 hr 20 min
stuff you need
  1. 100g raw cashews (soaked in water for 15 minutes, then drained + rinsed)
  2. flesh of 1 mango
  3. 2/3 cup coconut milk
  4. 1/4 cup coconut oil
  5. 2 tbs. raw honey
  6. 1 tsp. 100% vanilla extract
now what
  1. Place all of the ingredients into your food processor (we use our Vitamix) + whiz on high speed for around 5 minutes or until super dooper smooth.
  2. Spoon the mix into 6 silicon muffin moulds, you could also use separate ramekins.
  3. Place these into the freezer for an hour. When ready to serve *turn out the raw puddings + garnish with your favourite berries.
  4. *If you used ramekins, serve in the ramekin.
merrymaker tip
  1. Summer is set with this delish paleo mango raw pudding! This recipe would work well with lots of different fruity flavours, swap the mango for your favourite + see what happens!
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  2. Highly recommend this recipe….perfect for summer desserts (and easy!). See you super soon + merry xmas to you + the fam! πŸ™‚

  3. Just whipped this up girls in my new Thermomix I bought myself for Christmas. It tasted great……yes I had to sample before I actually got them into the freezer lol. Love your site, my sister just emailed it to me to have a look and I’ve book marked it. Keep up the creativity. Can’t wait to see what you make next

  4. Hey there! So glad to hear you loved the pudding! This is actually on the menu at our place tonight too! YUM! πŸ™‚ We have plenty more recipes coming your way soon! πŸ™‚ Be sure to subscribe to our newsletter too – we send it out weekly with all our new recipes πŸ™‚ e + c

  5. These in the freezer now! Are they able to set in the fridge but the freezer makes it faster? And are they served icy from the freezer or do you warm them for 10-15 minutes at room temp? And finally, whem mixing in the food processor, seemed to split a little. Not sure if that is sort of the start of making it smoother or the coconut milk starting to turn with the speed of the mixer? Stopped the mixing, popped in freezer and will see how they taste. I also passed the mango through a sieve to remove the pulp. Is that necessary or only when you dont use the vitamix? Thanks guys. Let you know how it goes πŸ˜€

  6. Hi Alice! Glad to hear that you’re trying out the mango puddings… YUM! We put them in the freezer as they do soften when left in the fridge. Once set, allow them to sit for 10 minutes out of the freezer before eating them as they are nicer a little soft! Not sure why the mixture split, did it come together in the end? We don’t think it’s necessary at all to remove the mango pulp as that gives the pudding that yummy mango taste! Your food processor should be able to get through the mango flesh fine πŸ™‚ Let us know how they go! e + c

  7. Hi Guys.

    Thanks. Completely agree on it being better a little warm. And I think I would try it with leaving the mango pulp next time and have some more mango flavour. It’s colour changed a little but it didn’t really come back together… Might of actually needed to go further perhaps. The split part was smoother and tasted a little nicer. Was just odd as it went a sort of light green – yellow colour.. Not quite sure what happened there. ;-/
    Will give it another try in a few weeks or so and see how I go with the pulp and the splitting
    thanks as ever,
    πŸ™‚ ali

  8. Hi Ali! Definitely give them another try! The great thing with this recipe is that you can change up the flavour any way you like! Change the mango to raw cacao or raspberries or passionfruit or whatever you feel! Give it another whirl + let us know how you go! πŸ™‚ Not sure about greeny colour either!? Maybe your mango was a little under ripe, you know how sometimes they can look greeny when they aren’t quite ripe? Who knows?! Hehe! As long as it still tasted yummy πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚ Have you tried any other recipes out lately? We’d love to hear about all of them! e + c

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  10. Hi girls! I only want to know if the milk you use in the recipes is coconut canned milk or the carton box milk?

    How can I know wich to use?
    Thanks girls

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  12. These puddings are so good!!! Made mango today looking forward to trying other flavours! Thank you!!!

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