lemon mango no churn ice cream

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lemon mango no churn ice cream

Lemon mango no churn ice cream! Creamy. Makes your mouth water! And, so easy to make. No equipment necessary!

Lemon Mango Ice Cream

The best taste testers for ice cream that I make? My three and five year old grandsons! Yep, they will be truthful.

Lemon Ice Cream Recipe

They will let you know from the expression on their faces whether it’s good or not.

And, they will confirm two thumbs up for a new recipe like this lemon mango no churn ice cream by asking for seconds!

And, that’s exactly what happened when I served them this dessert!

No Churn Ice Cream

Oh, yes, when they saw the littl’ mango chunks, I told them that this was the ‘surprise’ in the ice cream! Bingo!

They’re the lucky winner of a bite of fresh sweet mango!

This ice cream is no churn, ridiculously easy to make and all it needs is time to freeze after you’ve assembled it in the food processor.

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The kids can make this with you.

In fact, before long, they’ll be making their own ice cream with so many of the delicious frozen fruits from Dole Sunshine!

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Actually, this can be an ‘elegant’ ice cream, too. It scoops so flawlessly when you let it thaw for a while before serving.

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Another thing about this recipe, ditch the heavy cream and use coconut cream! Yes, you can do that. 

And, if you don’t want to use the lemon pie filling, look for a high-quality lemon yogurt (16-24 ounces). You also will need to add the juice and zest of one medium sized lemon to give it that lemoneeee taste. 

Why now serve with a small butter cookie or put side by side vanilla and mango ice cream scoops.

Small ones. Just enough to tickle the palate after a big meal.

lemon mango no churn ice cream

lemon mango no churn ice cream

Yield: One bread loaf pan


  • Makes: One bread loaf pan
  • 1 (22oz.) Lucky Leaf Lemon Filling & Topping
  • 12 oz. frozen mango chunks
  • 1 ¼ cup heavy whipping cream
  • 2 tsp. vanilla
  • 1 Tbl. fresh mint, chopped + more for garnish


  1. Put the lemon filling, mango chunks, whipping cream, vanilla and one tablespoon fresh mint in a food processor.
  2. Pulse about 60 seconds or until the mixture is a thick consistency. Some mango chunks will continue to be whole but smaller. That’s ok.
  3. Pour into a bread loaf pan. Cover with doubled foil. Put in the freezer for at least 8 hours, preferably overnight.
  4. When ready to serve, remove and let the ice cream soften slightly. Scoop and serve.

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lemon mango no churn ice cream

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    1. How special and nice of you to say this, Dan! Thank you, luv! xo ~ally

  1. Gotta love those little taste testers–they are the most honest! And I can see why they would LOVE this!

    1. Kristen! YOu are so so right, luv!! Thank you so much for visiting!! Come back soon! xoxo

  2. Oh! Oh! Those photos… SO soft and subdued, yet crystal clear. (Nostalgic looking.) Love your well-worn ice cream scoop, too, Ally! You captured the essence of “old fashioned ice cream” with a “new fangled method and ingredients.” Best of both!

    1. Awwhhhhh, thank you, Kim girl! I knew you’d hone in on that ice cream scoop…it must be 100 years old and still works like a charm. I love the wooden handle! Love you girl xoxo

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