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Mangoes, Mangoes, and More Mangoes
It is mango season in sunny South Florida, which means there are more mangoes falling off trees than anyone can eat. One friend picked up over 300 out of their yard this past weekend. It’s the time of year you have to get creative with coming up with ways to use up all the mangoes. So what do I do when I need a bunch of recipes?
I ask my blogger friends of course!
Usually when I am looking for recipes I stick to gluten free only bloggers, but I really wanted to get some variety so I stretched out a bit into the food blogger world to get some unique recipes. Don’t worry, I have double checked to ensure that the recipes are completely gluten free!
Gluten Free Mango Recipes
When I saw this recipe from Cooking on the Weekends I wanted to stop and make it right away. The browning on the chicken and that luscious sauce. Such a great use of mangoes in a main dish. Get the recipe and check out Cooking on the Weekends on
This slaw is the perfect addition to any taco. The sweetness of the mango, the crunch of the cabbage and the jicama provide a tasty topping to tacos that is full of flavor! Caroline’s Cooking knew what they were doing when they put this slaw together. For more recipes check out Caroline’s Cooking on
A breakfast that is as good as it looks. Healthy mango, paired with quinoa provides a filling breakfast that’s full of flavor! This parfait from Kiddielicious makes for a perfect morning. Get the recipe on Kiddielicious and follow them on
This is the first time I have heard of a Mango Mastini, but now I want to drink 10 of them! So creamy and delicious, it’s the best Mango milkshake you have ever had! Cookilicious has this recipe down pat! Get the recipe on Cookilicious and follow them on
I love a good salsa and this one has a wonderful mix of sweetness from the mango She even gives adaptations to make it kid friendly and then add a bit of spice for the adults! Green Healthy Cooking creates tons of family friendly recipes! Follow them on:
You can never have to many Mango Salsa recipes. This one from Gluten Free 24/7 combines fresh mango, peppers, onions and places it on top of fish for a yummy dinner! For more recipes and info on eating gluten free follow Gluten Free 24/7 on:
I love guacamole and I love mangoes so when Fresh Off the Grid put them together I knew it was going to be delicious! A little kick from the seasoning and you will find yourself unable to stop eating it. For more recipes follow Fresh Off the Grid on:
Creamy, delicious single serve mango puddings. So easy to make and everyone will love them! The mango flavor makes for the perfect summer treat! Follow Salu Salo Recipes for more delicious treats on:
This curried mango dip is the perfect accompaniment to any party. Flavorful and simple to make, it will be a hit! Follow Cricket’s Confections for more delicious recipes!
A mango round up wouldn’t be complete without these delicious mango creamsicles…don’t let the name fool you, they are dairy free! You can find the recipe HERE. You can follow me for more great recipes on:
All of these mango recipes are awesome!
Be sure to try them out before mango season is gone! Which is your favorite? Let me know in the comments.
Want more great Mango Recipes?
Follow the Gluten Free Mango Recipe Board on Pinterest! Just click the pin below!
Happy Gluten Free Eating!
Give Me Easy or Give Me Take Out
Well, that’s how I feel, but if you’ve been gluten free for any length of time, you know that take it out really isn’t an option AND it’s extremely pricey AND not usually very healthy.
As much as I want to be a “Pinterest Mom” with a freezer full of food for the month and mason jar salads ready to go, it’s just not gonna happen.
I work, I have a toddler, I have the smallest kitchen you’ve ever seen (I wish I was joking), but I still have to feed my family so I am always on the lookout for easy gluten free meals that I can whip up, the less ingredients and dishes needed the better!