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Dairy Free Mango Lassi (Paleo & AIP)

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Dairy Free Mango Lassi (Paleo & AIP)

Every time I dine at an Indian restaurants I hope they have a dairy free mango lassi on the menu because that’s one of the things that would make me really, really happy… but no; never once in my life was I able to find one!! Not even when I went to India and cooked with 5 star chefs in Goa! They just did not have any dairy free yogurt 🙂

So, for all those of you who, like yours truly, love anything with that has a tart, “yogurty” taste, I created an incredibly creamy and delicious Mango Lassi drink, that’s especially perfect to enjoy in the summer.

Dairy Free Mango Lassi (Paleo & AIP)

So, for all those of you who, like yours truly, love anything with that has a tart, “yogurty” taste, I created an incredibly creamy and delicious Mango Lassi drink, that’s especially perfect to enjoy in the summer.

Of course, it’s gluten free. And it’s also suitable for those on paleo and Autoimmune Protocol diets!

The first thing you need to make a dairy free mango lassi is to make sure you have a good dairy free yogurt. In my opinion the best one is coconut, as it’s the closest one to the real thing! You can either make your own or find a really clean brand that you trust and like (especially the friends on the Autoimmune Protocol, who need to be even more cautious about non AIP ingredients in their food).

Dairy Free Mango Lassi (Paleo & AIP)

Also, adding young coconut flesh to this recipe makes it even more creamy and rich, and just a little squeeze of lemon juice enhances the tart flavor of this drink packed with probiotics.

As per the mango, make sure you get some really ripe ones so that they’re sweet and juicy, and prefer the smaller, yellow variety to the one with the red and green skin.

Go get all the ingredients and get ready to blend!

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Preparation
time:

00:10

Cooking
time:

00:00

No. of
servings:

2

  • 2 Mangos, chilled
  • 1 Young Thai Coconut, chilled
  • 100 gr (4 oz) Coconut Yogurt
  • 2 handful Ice Cubes
  • ¼ Lemon, juiced
  1. Crack open the coconut, pour the water into a high-speed blender and, helping yourself with. Spoon, scrape off the pulp and add it into the blender.
  2. Peel and cut the mangos, add them into the blender together with the coconut yogurt, lemon juice and ice and blend on high until smooth and creamy.
  3. Top your dairy free mango lassi with a little more coconut yogurt and, if you want, with some Thai basil to give it an amazing smell.
Dairy Free Mango Lassi (Paleo & AIP)
Dairy Free Mango Lassi (Paleo & AIP)

I can’t wait for you to try this amazing dairy free mango lassi and I am looking forward to hearing your feedback. And if you would like to try other recipes with mango, make sure to check out my refined sugar free Mango Sticky Rice made without gluten nor dairy!

As, always don’t forget to share this recipe with your loved ones on Facebook and Pinterest and I subscribe to my weekly newsletter so that you can get in touch with me directly!!

Lots of love!
Ambra

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4 Comments

  • April February 13, 2019 8:36 am

    Can you use canned coconut milk instead?

    • ambra February 15, 2019 5:09 am

      Totally, it won’t have the typical sour/tangy taste of lassi though.

  • April Boyer February 18, 2019 1:44 pm

    We made these just as the recipe states. They were amazing! (I just it was easier to get the meat out of the coconut! 😉) Thank you for the great recipe!

    • ambra February 19, 2019 2:45 am

      Yay! I am so happy you liked it April! Thanks so much for the great feedback and I hope this recipe will become a favorite in your house!

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