2-Ingredient Mango Ice Cream

Hey guys!

How is your #21DayTone challenge going?!!! I know you might be sore but just think about how STRONG you are getting. That’s always what gets me through the tough parts of any workout or journey!

Buuuuuut my legit favorite part of any journey (fitness or not) is celebrating the wins, no matter how big or small. And sometimes (okay fine, a lot of the time) I like celebrating with ice cream! If you know me, you know I LOVE ice cream like nothing else in this world. But sometimes I just want a cold and creamy treat without all the extra sugar and calories. My favorite thing lately has been to turn frozen fruit into ice cream and I must say…


My fave recipe lately?! Mango Banana Ice Cream. The best part, it’s only 2 ingredients. Any guesses?!!!! Hahahah. It’s the perfect fruity AND healthy treat that has no added sugar but has all the sweetness you need.

Also, this recipe is 90 Day Journey friendly so it’s a double win!

Try it out below and let me know what you think!

2-Ingredient Mango Ice Cream


1 ripe banana – peeled, sliced, and frozen
1/2c mango – chunks, frozen
Toppings of choice (option)


1. Combine frozen banana and frozen manago together in a blender
2. Blend until smooth!
3. Add ice to thicken or milk of choice for a softer consistency.
4. Complete with toppings of choice and serve.

Are you going to make this?!! Tag me on Instagram or let me know in the comments!

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  1. Kristen says:

    Hoping to try this! I don’t have frozen mangoes, but I have frozen strawberries… Wonder how that would taste?

    1. Abby says:

      That would be yummy, but a very different texture. Mango has a creaminess and consistency that’s different from strawberries

  2. Allison says:

    I bought some mangoes with this recipe in mind, waiting for the mangoes to ripen. Hope they are sweet. If not , I may have to wait till mango season (whenever thet is) to try again.

    1. blogilates says:

      Lemme know how it goes!!!

  3. I saw this on instagram! You’re certainly LOVING the new machine, huh?:)

  4. Peyton says:

    I tried this and it was kind of too soft but it tasted great!

  5. Jade says:

    Totally going to be trying this!! Seems absolutely perfect for those times that I crave something sweet

  6. Atanaska says:

    Did this today – great stuff! I put a little bit of vegan vanilla yogurt in the mix to make is creamy, was soooo good! I’ll experiment with the ratio of banana-mango and put more mango next time, as the banana taste was a bit too strong to feel the other flavour. Thanks Cassie!

  7. Jay says:

    Will totally be doing this and will share results on Insta!! I have a question about the challenge though. I know we’re meant to cut out refined carbs but as a college student, a lot of my food is stuff like dried pasta, rice, and bread because it lasts long and is filling. Could I still participate in the 21 Day Tone as long as I’m not consuming much of these refined carbs/starches?

    1. Stephanie says:

      Try to switch to brown rice or have a mixture or white and brown rice if that’s easier for you! Brown rice is a complex carb so they take longer to brake down than white rice does! That’s what I try to do when possible! And I am still doing that challenge!

    2. april c says:

      hi I’m def not cassey haha but! rice is a whole food, not a refined carb so rice is great!! whole wheat pasta is less refined, and fine in moderate amounts and bread is high in calories but some breads are really healthy! some bread has a lot of added sugar, and the “healthy” ones can be quite expensive but, work with what you have for sure <3 check out highcarbhannah on youtube, she has a lot of info on calorie density in foods as well as eating whole foods, and non refined carbs and starches. just do your best, good job <3

    3. Ma says:

      Cassey, my dear, I would love some recommendations about blenders. I love some frozen fruit smoothie, and helps some baking recipes, but all blenders I tried died after facing ice or frozen food. Help me please 🙂
      Lots of love from brazilian sore fan ❤️

    4. Beth says:

      Absolutely! If you are doing your best you have nothing be ashamed of! Enjoy all the benefits of moving your body consistently in the meantime 💖

  8. shatfield says:

    I’m trying it! Using fresh banana and mango (since I have them!) Adding a touch of Almond Milk and freezing. Will try tomorrow!

  9. Steff says:

    Definitely going to try this!! Yum!

  10. Anonymous says:

    Thank you!

  11. BabyDoubleJ says:

    FINALLY!! Truly guilt free ice cream that looks delicious AND nutritious!! Can’t wait to try this yummy treat!! Thx for sharing Cassey!! Stay safe and have a great week!! Hope everybody is still enjoying the #21DayTone #challenge also!! Hope every #Popster has a great day and an even better week!! OMG, I almost forgot!! It is SNOWING here!! In Louisiana!! We got hit by 3 major hurricanes last year, but now we’re getting snow in January like other places! Oh, YES!! It’s already a better year! My dad got his vaccine, and oh man, was I worried about that. He’s battling terminal cancer, so we’ve had to be hyper vigilant with our COVID rules. We’ve been rocking masks before corona. But, that said, I am so glad he’s protected now! Hubby, too!! Me, soon, but who knows. Hope so! AnyWAY, I’m rambling. Love all the #Popsters in the world!! Stay safe and maskUP everyone!! Hugs and love!! xoxoJJ

  12. Renée says:

    Add a few mint leaves while blending… yummyyyy!!!

    1. blogilates says:

      Ohhhh that’s fun!!!!

  13. LoriM says:

    Yummy but not ice cream.. more of a frozen smoothie.

  14. Angelika Rawicka says:

    Will definitely make. It looks delicious.

  15. Athira says:

    Woah looks tasty

  16. Peyton says:

    I will definitely try this!!!

    1. Peyton says:

      Would it be okay if I substituted pineapple for mango?

      1. Liz_1 says:

        As long as it’s frozen and in chunks, it’s fine. The pineapple flavor is strong so the banana won’t overpower it.