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2 Minute Mango Weisbar-ish “Pie”

With mango season in full swing, I guarantee you will want to make this for breakfast, snacks and dessert over and over again. Share it, Pin it or Print it!

2 Minute Mango -Pie-

I love mango season; it heralds the arrival of summer, days spent outdoors and at the beach. It’s a quintessentially summer fruit and I was only happy to get a full tray of Calypso mangoes delivered to my door the other day.

The delivery man commented on how beautiful they were so I gave him a couple to take home – sharing the love, right? He was very grateful and I still had plenty to go around.

2 Minute Mango -Pie-

Needless to say, I knew exactly how I would have the first few: in this quick and easy Weisbar-ish Pie. I call it a pie because each mouthful tastes like a bite of a creamy, juicy and sweet pie, thanks to the generous sprinkling of hemp seeds which are a complete source of protein and good fats.

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If you are not familiar with Weis Bars, it’s an ice cream bar that combines an ice mango layer with an ice cream layer on the bottom. It’s a treat, but this little number is fab to have for brekky, dessert, afternoon tea or even to make as a share platter when friends pop over.

2 Minute Mango -Pie- - Wholesome Cook

The recipe, is quite simple – only 3 ingredients but it is one I’ll be making over and over again this season, and I hope you’ll give it a go, too!

2 Minute Mango -Pie-
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The Easiest 2 Minute Mango Pie

The recipe, is quite simple - only 3 ingredients but it is one I'll be making over and over again this season, and I hope you'll give it a go, too! If you don't have hemp seeds - they are widely available now from most grocers and supermarkets, you can use granola or chopped macadamias for the topping.
Prep Time2 minutes
Total Time2 minutes
Servings: 2 people


  • 1 cup natural Greek yoghurt (or coconut yoghurt)
  • 1 fresh mango
  • 2 tablespoons hemp seeds*


  • Spread yoghurt on a large serving plate (dinner plate).
  • Cut the mango cheeks off as close to the seed as possible. Score the flesh in a grid and using a spoon, scoop out the flesh onto the yoghurt layer. Chop the sides off the remaining mango, peel off the skin and cube the remaining pieces. Pop onto the yoghurt.
  • Sprinkle the lot with hemp seeds and enjoy.
  • Note: if serving in a bowl, simply cut the mango first and top with yoghurt and hemp seeds - mix a little before eating_
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