From simple energy balls to fluffy scones and muffins, these dried mango recipes are sure to delight.
You can even add dried mango to pulled pork. Yum!
Bright and packed with tart flavors, dried mango will last up to a year in the pantry.
And while it’s delicious as a simple snack, it’s also a terrific addition to desserts and dinner dishes.
So, check out these dried mango recipes if you want a new way to incorporate this tangy and delightful treat into your meals.
10 Delicious Recipes to Make with Dried Mango
I had to start with something sweet because these are my newest obsession.
As something who loves mango and white chocolate, these are downright addictive.
They’re delicate and crumbly like any good scone should be, with a touch of creamy sweetness from the chocolate.
Of course, that fabulously chewy mango is what really sets them apart.
Plus, they’re so easy to whip together. What are you waiting for? Get to the kitchen asap!
Dried mango contains plenty of B-Complex vitamins that help reduce stress and provide a little jolt of energy.
So, when you make these terrific mango energy bites, you’ll have a snack that’s not only scrumptious but packed with nutrition to boot.
Featuring cashews, dried mangos, Medjool dates, shredded coconut, and lime zest, it’s about as tasty and tropical as can be.
Pulse all that in your food processor, roll it into balls, and finish with coconut flakes. Delish!
If you need an embarrassingly easy recipe that enhances the sweet deliciousness of dried mango, this is it.
Instead of mixing it with a bunch of other ingredients, all you need here is some dark chocolate and crushed pistachios.
Melt it, dip it, and scatter those nuts over the top. When the chocolate is dry, these sweet treats are rich, chewy, and impossibly appealing.
Are you looking for a dinner recipe that strays from the norm?
This dried green mango dal is low on ingredients and high in flavor. It’s an easy, affordable, and delicious dinner dish!
Adding aam khatai (dried green mango) makes this recipe explode with unique flavors.
Of course, they don’t have the same bright and sweet kick as regular dried mango slices.
Instead, it’s more subtle in sweetness with added tartness. And those flavors make the lentils and seasonings jump off the plate with flavor.
These mango squares scream summertime.
Between the buttery shortbread-like base, chewy mango, and walnut filling, they might be too good to share.
This recipe is an excellent choice for a summer potluck or in the dead of winter when you need a light and bright treat.
If you’re on the hunt for a simple and quick breakfast, stop scrolling!
These dried mango muffins come together quickly and have a delicate crumb that pairs perfectly with tart and chewy dried mango pieces.
While most ingredients are cabinet staples, mango extract may require a trip to the store.
That said, you can omit mango extract and use vanilla or almond extract instead.
But it won’t have that same punchy mango flavor.
So, if you do leave it out, try adding a simple mango glaze of puree and powdered sugar.
Who says that oatmeal cookies are boring?
Let’s give the classic winter staple a summer makeover with rich tropical flavors, shall we?
These babies are tart, nutty, impossibly chewy, and hard to resist. Plus, they come together in a flash.
Combine macadamia nuts, dried mangoes, rolled oats, lime zest, and more, then portion and bake.
These are so yummy, and they’re even ideal as a breakfast cookie.
This isn’t your average no-bake tart.
It packs bright, punchy flavors from mangoes and limes with a creamy, nutty kick from cashews.
If you want to impress at your next dinner party, this is the recipe to make.
The crust features dates and a slight tartness from the lime zest.
Meanwhile, the filling is a blend of soaked, dried mangoes, frozen mangoes, and plenty of tart lime juice (fresh is always best).
Blend that with raw cashews for something insanely creamy and rich. Finally, top it with your favorite fruits or a dusting of cashews or powdered sugar.
I love pork with sweet toppings and sides. And mango is close to the top of my list.
Salty and smokey pork lifts off the plate with the simple addition of dried mangoes.
Pile it high on a slider bun with creamy coleslaw and watch them disappear.
It takes about 6 hours to roast a pork shoulder in the Crock Pot, but that’s all hands-off time.
So, get it going before work, and you’ll have dinner ready when you get home. It’s rich and smokey with just a little pop of tartness from dried mangoes.
The lettuce you choose for a salad often doesn’t matter, but it does in the case of this rocket, fig, and dried mango salad.
Wild rocket has a peppery and mustard-like flavor that marries perfectly with sweet figs and tart mangoes.
For a boost of protein, add grilled chicken or chickpeas. But this salad is excellent on its own.
Especially if you make the unique dressing! Made from mint, honey, and apple cider vinegar, it’s bright, punchy, and full of life.
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