Vegan Mango Lassi Glutenfree Recipe

Vegan Mango Lassi - Mango Yogurt Smoothie
Mangoes! I miss ripe, non fibrous, always sweet Mangoes. Summers in India meant so many varieties of mangoes and a constant sugar high. Mangoes as is, mangoes made into beverages, mangoes on ice creams, mangoes pretty much everywhere, all the time all through Summer. Mangoes here are lack luster 90% of the time. They are sour, fibrous and just not those Mangoes. Sigh. 

But hey, there is Mango pulp made with Indian Mangoes available easily, and that can be used in several ways! Some of the Canned pulp/purees have a good content of sugar, while some are pure mango puree. I used some of my Mango pulp stash to whip up my favorite Lassi with So Delicious’s New set of Unsweetened Yogurts. The yogurts work beautifully in this Lassi. Add cardamom or saffron for variations!

I am also giving away 2 So Delicious Product coupons on this post. Scroll below to see how to Enter. 

A big pitcher of plain or Mango Lassi would be served up an hour after lunch on the weekends. The fresh mangoes would be ripe enough that any sweetener was never needed. 

You can make your own non dairy yogurt too, with any thick non dairy milk. My favorites are almond cashew milk or cashew milk yogurt which makes a great lassi. Find out hot to make your own yogurt in my book.  

What more to do with Mangoes or Mango Pulp?
Make the No Bake Mango Beet Cream Pie
Baked Mango Sriracha Cauliflower Wings. Spicyyy
Mango Curry Tempeh. yum
This Spiced Mango Strawberry Mint cooler.
Mango Carrot Slaw with BBQ Lentil Veggie Burger.
Mango on a Pizza!



Vegan Mango Lassi – Mango Yogurt Smoothie
Allergen Information: Free of Dairy,egg, corn, soy, gluten, grain, refined oil. Can be made nut-free with coconut milk or other non dairy milk.

Serves 2
Ingredients:
1 cup So Delicious Coconut Milk or Almong Milk Yogurt or home made almond cashew, cashew or soy yogurt
1 cup Mango pulp (1/4 cup more for more mango-ey Lassi) or equivalent cubed very ripe Mangoes
1/4 cup So Delicious almond milk or other non dairy milk
1/4 cup chilled water or Ice cubes (less or more for desired Lassi consistency)
a pinch of salt
1 Tablespoon raw sugar or maple (less or more depending on the sweetness of the mango pulp.)
1/2 teaspoon lemon juice
Variations: Add 1/4 tsp cardamom powder, or saffron strands or rose essence or vanilla. 

Method:
Blend all the ingredients through sugar. Taste and adjust sugar, add lemon juice and blend again. Serve chilled.

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Vegan Mango Lassi
 
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Vegan mango Lassi - Indian Mango Yogurt smoothie with ripe mango, non dairy yogurt and cardamom or saffron. Dairy-free, gluten-free.
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Recipe type: Smoothie
Cuisine: Indian
Serves: 2
Ingredients
  • Ingredients:
  • 1 cup So Delicious Coconut Milk or Almond Milk Yogurt or home made almond cashew, cashew or soy yogurt
  • 1 cup Mango pulp (1/4 cup more for more mango-ey Lassi) or equivalent cubed very ripe Mangoes
  • ¼ cup almond milk or other non dairy milk
  • ¼ cup chilled water or Ice cubes (less or more for desired Lassi consistency)
  • a pinch of salt
  • 1 Tablespoon raw sugar or maple (less or more depending on the sweetness of the mango pulp.)
  • ½ teaspoon lemon juice
  • Variations: Add ¼ tsp cardamom powder, or saffron strands or rose essence or vanilla.
Instructions
  1. Blend all the ingredients through sugar. Taste and adjust sugar.
  2. Add lemon juice and blend again. Serve chilled.

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Comments

  1. says

    so delicious please bring your unsweetened yogurts to whole foods jenkintown in pa! i’ve been searching the shelves ever since you posted them on insta. also, i subscribe via bloglovin 😉

  2. Katie says

    I just started seeing those sweet Honey Manila mangos at my store. I can’t wait to make this. Who cares that it’s nine degrees here?!

  3. Terri Cole says

    Thanks for the Lassi recipe, I can’t wait to try it! I like (non-dairy) yogurt in my overnight oats. And, I’m jealous that your oven has a bread proofing setting. That is cool!

    gaia (at) cinci (dot) rr (dot) com

  4. says

    After a stressful day, what great news you’ve shared! I have been making parfaits with the sweetened yogurt – gluten-free cereal, dried fruit and nuts with layers of yogurt. Yet I’d prefer to sweeten my own or even use it for savory dishes. Thanks for the news! Oh, and if I should be the selected one – fae (dot) grrl (at) gmail (dot) com

  5. says

    Already follow your blog – as to the So Delicious Coconut Milk Unsweetened Yogurt – I never have tried it. Will have to look for it in my local store next time I am in – pre vegan I used to use yogurt in my smoothie every morning, be nice to go back with this stuff.

  6. Shari says

    I’ve been making soy milk yogurt. I love a bowl of it with rolled oats, cinnamon, vanilla, coed apples and raisins. Heaven!

  7. Nicole says

    I love to eat yogurt is with salt and cashews on top–weird, I know, but delicious!

    nicolecthomas (at) ymail (dot) com

  8. says

    I love eating it mixed with nut butter and topped with some ultra crunchy granola, yum! I follow you on bloglovin’

    jordan.dunne21(at)gmail(dot)com

  9. says

    I love how easy this recipe would be to make, yet so delicious! A perfect start to any day! I want to try coconut sugar in this recipe, YUM! Hugs, Terra

  10. says

    If my yogurt is plain or vanilla, I love it with berries. If it’s flavored, I eat it on its own for a snack or as part of breakfast.
    Is the new unsweetened yogurt available anywhere in Seattle yet? I haven’t seen it in stores, and when I used the locator on their website it said it wasn’t sold in any Seattle stores.

  11. says

    Hey Richa I had subscribed to you long back. I have recently started soy yogurt which is good also I sometimes use nut paste for replacement of yogurt and cream as it’s more healthy and low fat. You could reach me at getolma@gmail.com …loved your clicks and experimentation with white and black background. I never usually participate but doing this for the first time just to demonstrate my respect for you being entirely a vegan and promoting it. It’s quite difficult for me though :) to be one.

  12. says

    I love to make messy vegan yogurt bowls. My current favorite is coconut yogurt (I love the So Delicious Greek style) with pineapple and crushed peanuts.

    (And I already subscribe via Bloglovin.)

  13. Anonymous says

    I have never tried the non-dairy yogurts. I just gave up all thoughts of former dairy products when I became vegan. Might be a good time to try these alternatives.

  14. says

    I add it to my morning smoothie! Just some yogurt, spinach, strawberries and ice. Delicious!

    I follow you on Bloglovin: Cori Westphal (bloglovin.com/coriwestphal)

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

  15. says

    Philippine pili nuts from the Bicol region in the Philippines is a great Filipino or Philippines food orsnack. Pili nuts are very healthy and nutritious indeed, being a source of energy, potassium and iron.They also have protein, dietary fiber / fibre, and calcium as well as monounsaturated and polyunsaturated fats.  I know they have no cholesterol, no trans fat, and the unsalted ones have no sodium. What is great about the pili nut snack or treat is that they are so crisp, rich, and delicious.

  16. says

    I follow via Feedly, which is such a cool site. I’m a huge fan of yogurt. Normally I eat it plain or with fruit, but sometimes I get fancy and make soup or something. There’s a book called “Eat Well the Yochee Way” full of great, easily veganized recipes for using yogurt in dishes.

  17. says

    I just ruined a batch of homemade coconut milk yogurt (tooooo runny!) and just when I was going to throw it out, remembered this recipe you posted. Made it with saffron strands and it was the bomb, lady. I’m going to try it with frozen strawberries, next. :)

  18. Jenn says

    oh gosh, i have missed a good mango lassi since ages. This works out perfectly! so good with the mango pulp! I know what I am drinking all summer.

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