How to Make No-Bake Mango Pie / Cómo Hacer Pay de Mango

This dessert is so easy to make that even a child could make it.
Like the previous mango pie, the oven is not needed to make this pie, so there are no excuses for not making it. As you can see, I got fresh mangoes for this pie, and even though they were not Manila, the type that I like, they were still very good. These are Ataulfo mangos, sold in Asian markets where nowadays you can find a lot of Latin and Indian produce too. It makes me happy to know that there is a new International Market close by and that they have a large selection of produce and groceries from around the world. There are so many vegetables with names that are new to me and I wish I knew what to do with all of them. It was like a sea of new green food to me. I went there today. It was like a kid going to a toy store! There were small green mangos, large green mangos, Haiti Mangos, ( I got a box of those), Mexican Mangos, 8 varieties of bananas, plus the grocery section. They have an Indian,Korean, Chinese, Japanese, Latin, Middle East, and a lot more sections. Anyway, I am still wondering how to use those small green mangos. If you know please let me know.
Well about the pie, I just love, love, love the taste of the cream cheese in this pie and I guess you would to. There will be another no-bake mango pie soon since I just found a recipe in a small cookbook given to me as a gift with the purchase of my first Pyrex set of baking dishes a long, long, long time ago.
But that is another story...

Ingredients for 6 people
(Note: This is a small pie, you can double the filling quantities to make it taller using the same pie shell.

1 can condensed milk
1 envelope of Knox Gelatin
1 package cream cheese
1 / 2 cup hot water to dissolve the gelatin
2 cups mango pulp
For the crust in case you want you make your own instead of buying from the store:
1 package Maria brand cookies (about 30 crackers)
1 stick butter
1 / 4 cup of sugar
For the crust: Place the Maria or Graham crackers in a food processor and press until the crackers are finely crushed. You will need about 1 1 / 2 cup of crumbs for the crust. Melt the butter in a small saucepan or use an oven proof dish and melt in your microwave. Mix the crumbs, sugar and butter and press this mixture in your pie dish and chill in the refrigerator while you prepare the filling.
For the filling: Dissolve the gelatin in hot water, allow to cool. Blend the cream cheese, condensed milk and mango pulp with the gelatin. Cover the bottom of the pie shell with the mango mixture and allow to thicken in the refrigerator for at least two hours. Garnish with whipped cream and chunks of mango. The end result will be a very creamy and delicious pie.

Did you like the recipe? Please let me know in the comments section, do you have questions, or share the link with your friends. I hope you have an incredible time cooking! Provecho!

Mely Martinez, the cook at Mexico in my Kitchen!


  1. this pie is easy to make and I will make it with my child - thanks for the easy instructions....

  2. great pie, yummy, i love going to different grocery stores also, i made a cake with mango yesterday !, lol

  3. We love this recipe and will make one this week end for some visitors. Good job. Best, s

  4. Mely,
    it must be delicious, i love mangoes!
    My wife made a cake like this with pumpkin and crushed biscuits.
    The problem with mangoes here is that we rarely find ripe fruits as they are all imported from abroad and they are always soft like rocks!
    Last year i found some delicious mangoes at a small Indian grocery store, otherwise what you buy at the supermarket is almost uneatable remembering the juicy mangoes topped with chamoy throughout Mexico.


  5. Que delicia Mely, lo que sea que tenga queso crema nos fascina a todos. Oye, la gelatina la encontrare en cualquier Walmart? Me creeras que nunca la he buscado ni la he visto...

    Un abrazo querida!

  6. Hi, Doggybloggy
    I hope you anf your kid enjoy it as much as we do at home.

    Hi, Chow and Chatter mangos are so good with any cake thanks for stopping by.

    Hey! stockwell, Let me know how that pie turns up.

  7. Hola Tlaz!

    Como olvidar los chiles con mango, yo muelo chile piquin con sal y se lo pongo a varios tipos de fruta.

    Hola Silvia,

    La gelatina (grenatina) sin sabor la puedes comprar en cualquier super en donde estan las gelatinas. Por lo regular la ponen en la parte de arriba de los anaqueles.

  8. wow Silvia! great job on the pie it looks deliciously good :) Can you believe I never had mango pie, I practically want to grab myself a slice just by looking at your photos

  9. Ay MELY! Con el calor que está haciendo aquí, como se antoja un postre fío como este que nos compartes. Tomo nota y robo foto jajajajaj

    Aunque dicen que estamos a 25° Pues yo creo que no!

  10. i will definitely try this easy! i bet very delicious...

  11. Sounds so easy, looks yummy! We can't find mango here very often, but I think kiwi, banana or pineapple also work for this. This can be the dessert of this summer for me. Thanks for the recipe.

  12. How can I pick one of your recipes to make when they all look sooooooooooooooooooooo delicious? Figtreeapps

  13. Hola Mely, qué postre tan bueno, original y supersano con mango... y ese toquecillo de la leche condesada, mmmm ¡Exquisito! Un saludiño.

  14. This looks really delicious .. and simple to make ... Laila ...

  15. MELY, me gustó mucho la foto de la licuadora con los ingredientes!

  16. thank you so much for this recipe! I have been reading many of your recipes and they all sound delicious! I cant wait to try them! As a mexican american living in Venezuela, i really miss my native food! but with these recipes, i think i can find the ingredients i need!

    muchisimas gracias!

  17. Hola MoroColi,

    Gracias por tu visita, regresa pronto.

  18. mely,encantada por la receta yo soy oriunda de cd mante y tengo cuatro hijos pequenos y precisamente estaba buscando la receta,salusos desde atlanta ga.

  19. hola,hace tiempo que buscaba esta receta,soy orgullosamente de cd mante,y tengo cuatro hijos pequenos a los que les debia este postre,saludos desde atlanta ga.

  20. Hola Martha,

    Que gusto saber que te agrado la receta.

    Muchas Gracias por tu visita, Y muchos saludos para ti y tus hijos tambien.

  21. Hola mely:
    Vivo en Dallas, Texas, soy de Monterrey, Mexico. Me da muchisimos gusto y hasta nostalgia haber encontrado tu pagina, las recetas estan increibles, creo que ahora que las empieze a hacer ya no voy a extranar tanto mi pais y a mi abuelita que murio hace 4 anios.... gracias

  22. Hola Anonymous de Dallas, que gusto que encontraras util el blog. Estoy a tus ordenes. Cuando tengas alguna duda escribeme. Mi correo lo puedes encontrar en la columna derecha solo presiona donde dice email.


  23. I just made this pie tonight for Father's Day. It was a total hit and extremely simple to make. Thank you so much for this website, I have always wanted to learn how to cook mexican food and you have made this possible. I have made over 5 of your recipes and plan to make as many as I can by August. Have a great day!

    1. Hello Cindy,
      I hope you keep having fun in the kitchen! Enjoy!


  24. I plan to make this yummy recipe this weekend, however I don't know how many fresh mangos I need. How many ataulfo or manila mangos does it take to make two cups of mango pulp?

    1. Hello,
      It will be about 4-5 mangos. Happy cooking!


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