Fresh Mango Cobbler Recipe with Coconut and Almond Extract

Fresh Mango Cobbler

Fresh Mango Cobbler Recipe with Coconut and Almond Extract
Preparation time: 20 minutes | Cooking time: 15 minutes | Servings: 8


Fresh Mango Cobbler
Fresh Mango Cobbler

Fresh Mango Cobbler is a delicious and fruity dessert that is perfect for any occasion. This recipe combines the sweetness of ripe mangos with a buttery biscuit topping, creating a mouthwatering treat that is sure to impress your family and friends.


The origins of cobbler can be traced back to early American settlers who adapted their traditional English recipes to include the fruits and ingredients available in the New World. The term "cobbler" is thought to have originated from the British word "cobeler," which referred to a person who mended shoes. Over time, the term came to be associated with a dish made with a fruit filling topped with a biscuit or cake-like crust.


How to prepare

  1. Combine mangos and 0.5 cup of sugar in a 10-inch heavy skillet.
  2. Cook and stir over medium heat until bubbly.
  3. Keep hot.
  4. Combine biscuit mix, 2 tbsp of sugar, and cream.
  5. Place 8 mounds of biscuit batter over the hot mangos.
  6. Cover and bake at 350°F (177°C) for about 15 minutes, until biscuits are done.
  7. Serve with ice cream.


  • Substitute peaches or berries for the mangos for a different flavor profile.
  • Add a sprinkle of cinnamon or nutmeg to the biscuit topping for a warm and spicy kick.

Cooking Tips & Tricks

Make sure to use ripe mangos for the best flavor and sweetness.

- Adjust the amount of sugar in the recipe based on the sweetness of the mangos.

- Serve the cobbler warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a delicious contrast of flavors and textures.

Serving Suggestions

Serve the Fresh Mango Cobbler warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream for a delicious and indulgent treat.

Cooking Techniques

Use a heavy skillet to cook the mangos and sugar to ensure even heat distribution.

- Cover the cobbler while baking to help the biscuits cook through without drying out.

Ingredient Substitutions

Use coconut oil or vegetable oil in place of butter for a dairy-free option.

- Substitute Greek yogurt for sour cream for a lighter alternative.

Make Ahead Tips

Prepare the cobbler up to the point of baking, then cover and refrigerate until ready to bake.

Presentation Ideas

Serve the cobbler in individual ramekins for a cute and elegant presentation. - Garnish with fresh mint leaves or a sprinkle of powdered sugar for a decorative touch.

Pairing Recommendations

Pair the Fresh Mango Cobbler with a glass of sweet dessert wine or a cup of hot tea for a delightful end to a meal.

Storage and Reheating Instructions

Store any leftover cobbler in an airtight container in the refrigerator for up to 3 days.

- Reheat in the oven at 350°F (177°C) for 10-15 minutes, or until warmed through.

Nutrition Information

Calories per serving



- Total Carbohydrates: 35g

- Dietary Fiber: 2g

- Sugars: 18g


- Total Fat: 12g

- Saturated Fat: 8g

- Trans Fat: 0g


- Protein: 3g

Vitamins and minerals

Vitamin C: 45% DV

- Vitamin A: 10% DV

- Calcium: 6% DV

- Iron: 8% DV


Contains dairy (sour cream, butter)

- May contain nuts (almond extract)


Fresh Mango Cobbler is a moderately high-calorie dessert that is rich in carbohydrates and fats. It also provides a good amount of vitamin C and vitamin A.


Fresh Mango Cobbler is a delightful dessert that combines the sweetness of ripe mangos with a buttery biscuit topping. This recipe is easy to make and perfect for any occasion. Serve warm with a scoop of vanilla ice cream for a delicious treat that will have everyone coming back for more.

How did I get this recipe?

The first time I saw this recipe, I knew it was something special. It was a warm summer day, and I had just finished picking fresh mangoes from the tree in our backyard. As I stood there, with the sweet aroma of ripe mangoes filling the air, I knew I had to find a way to showcase their delicious flavor in a new and exciting way.

I had always been passionate about cooking, and over the years, I had collected a vast array of recipes from various places and people. From my own mother's kitchen to cooking classes I had taken in my youth, I had learned to appreciate the beauty of combining fresh ingredients with a pinch of love and a dash of creativity.

As I flipped through the pages of my old recipe book, my eyes landed on a handwritten note tucked away in the corner. It was a recipe for Fresh Mango Cobbler, written by my dear friend Maria, who had shared it with me many years ago. Maria was a talented cook, and she had a way of infusing her dishes with a special touch that made them truly unforgettable.

I remembered the day Maria had first made this cobbler for me. It was a sunny afternoon, much like today, and we had spent the day laughing and sharing stories while the cobbler baked in the oven. When she finally pulled it out, the scent of warm mangoes and cinnamon filled the room, and I knew I was in for a treat.

The cobbler was a masterpiece - a golden crust, crispy on the outside and soft on the inside, filled with juicy mangoes and a hint of spice. Each bite was a burst of flavor, a perfect balance of sweetness and tanginess that danced on my taste buds.

As I read through the ingredients and instructions, memories of that day flooded back to me. I could almost hear Maria's laughter and feel the warmth of her kitchen enveloping me. I knew that I had to make this cobbler again, not just for myself, but to share with my loved ones and pass on the legacy of Maria's delicious recipe.

I gathered the ingredients - fresh mangoes, flour, sugar, butter, and spices - and set to work in my own kitchen. As I peeled and diced the mangoes, their vibrant orange color reminded me of the sun setting over the horizon, casting a warm glow over the world.

I mixed the flour, sugar, and spices together, creating a crumbly topping that would bake to perfection. As I poured the mango filling into the pan and sprinkled the topping over it, I felt a sense of joy and satisfaction wash over me. Cooking had always been my passion, my way of expressing love and creativity, and with each dish I made, I felt a connection to the past and the future.

The cobbler baked in the oven, filling the air with a tantalizing aroma that made my mouth water. When it was finally done, I pulled it out and let it cool for a few minutes before serving it to my family.

Their eyes lit up as they took their first bite, savoring the flavors and textures of the cobbler. My husband smiled and said it was the best dessert he had ever tasted, while my children begged for seconds. I knew then that this recipe was a keeper, a treasure that would be passed down through generations.

As we sat around the table, enjoying the cobbler and each other's company, I felt a sense of gratitude wash over me. Cooking had brought me so much joy and fulfillment over the years, and I knew that I had Maria to thank for inspiring me to create this masterpiece.

And so, as I sit here now, penning down the story of how I learned to make Fresh Mango Cobbler, I can't help but smile. Cooking has always been a journey for me, a way to connect with the past and create memories for the future. And with each dish I make, I carry with me the love and passion of all those who have shared their recipes with me, like Maria and her unforgettable cobbler.


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