mango ginger ice cream pie

mango ginger ice cream pie

In this crazy world of everyone being super busy, it’s always great to have recipes that are completely brainless, simple, quick and easy. And, that’s what this mango ginger ice cream pie is. All you need is a food processor, about ten minutes to prepare (if that!), and then let the ice cream pie head to the freezer for the night. You’re in business when you want to serve it. And, I’d suggest you do so in the next few days!

To make this refreshing tart mango ginger ice cream pie even more luscious, try adding some whipped cream. Then I wanted some crunch and more texture, so i diced up into bite size pieces a really nice artisan granola bar. If you want to serve with shaved or grated chocolate, chocolate chips, a drizzle of warm honey, maybe some salty peanuts and sweet coconut, hey, there’s no limit to how you can top off this ice cream pie.

One thing’s for sure, it freezes hard. So, you’ll need a good twenty minutes or so to let it sit at room temperature to thaw before you release it from the springform pan. I sliced mine up and placed in glass freezer storage containers, separating each slice with parchment paper. That way when we want a slice, we just pull it out.

Enjoy every last bite of this pie. It’s one that’s unexpected in so many ways for your sweet little palate! xoxo ~ally

mango ginger ice cream pie

mango ginger ice cream pie

mango ginger ice cream pie

Yield: Makes One 6-8" springform pan/about 2-3 inches thick


  • 6 cups mango pieces, previously frozen and mostly thawed
  • 1 ½ cups heavy cream
  • 3 tsp. fresh ginger, grated
  • Pinch sea salt
  • Whipped Cream, fresh or canned
  • Nut & Granola Bars, cut into bite size pieces


  1. Put the mango chunks in a food processor. Blend into a puree. Add the cream and ginger. Pulse several times to blend together.
  2. Pour into a springform pan. Cover with plastic wrap and aluminum foil. Set on a flat surface. Freeze overnight.
  3. When ready to serve, remove and let it thaw about 20-30 minutes. Gently move a butter knife around the perimeter to help release.
  4. Cut into slices with a serrated knife. Serve immediately with whipped cream and nut and granola bar pieces.

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mango ginger ice cream pie

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  1. Hi,ally,I am kevin come from china ,do you remember me ? Maybe you always remember.I think you and bean already come back your country(us), I watch your website, there are so many tasty food. When i see the food i feel very hungry. I think you had a fun trip in china , hope you come back china next time.Finally , if you have time ,please give my hotel some reviews ,thank you so much. Happy everyday.

    1. Dear Kevin!!! Yes yes yes, I remember you well!! You made a great impression on us, and I’m going to do a Trip Advisor review and talk about how awesome you are! We’re in Singapore now and heading home in about a week. Please keep coming back to visit here on my website. There’s always something new and fun!! Thank you for leaving me such a special dear message!! Smiles and Hugs! ~ally

    1. Thank you, Ashlyn! It is absolutely reeeeefreshing!! xo ~ally

    1. It is really good, Jennifer…a little more ‘crystallized’ texture than creamy that gives it a different feel to the palate! Thanks so much for swinging by, luv! xo ~ally

  2. Such a gorgeous color! And so easy to make!! I’d love a big slice!!! xo

    1. Liz! You’re so right! It’s super dooper EZ, and perfect for a refreshing anything!! Your slice is coming up, luv!! xoxo

  3. Anonymous says:

    Ally,I am your new Chinese follower,guess who I am.I love all those food you made and those pictures you took.They are ding ding hao!

    1. Oh, I think I know! Yes, I do believe I have spent some time w/you recently!! So happy you got on and left me a message, luv! Yes, ding ding hao!! See you soon for more fun!! Thank you for all the sweet words!! xoxo ~ally

    1. Megan! Thank you, and I totally agree! Imagine fresh sweet strawberries on it!! xo

  4. We have 2 boys that LOVE ginger – we use fresh ginger in so much of our cooking so I bet they would love this dessert!

    1. Oh, wow, Dan! That’s so great to hear that your boys love ginger…it’s got so much value for our bodies! Enjoy and let me know how those youngens are enjoying this ice cream pie!! Thanks for your support!! ~ally

    1. Awwhhhhh, you’re the best, Kristen! Thank you, luv!! xox

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