How To Make Mango Syrup For Drinks


Do you like mango? I do a lot! It tastes good, like sweet and sour at the same time. But more importantly, how would you like to learn how to make mango syrup for drinks? It’s super easy to make and it takes only a few minutes. Making fresh mango syrup can be done, it will make your drinks taste better than the generic bottled syrup. Let me show you how.


Mango Syrup – Mango Sauce for Mango Milk with step wise pictures.

This is a delicious sauce which taste amazing when mixed with cold milk. This is a refreshing drink which taste just awesome. This is a yummy sauce taste amazing when mixed with milk. You can serve it with some icecream or cake.


Hope you will give this a try and let me know how it turns out for you.

Mango Syrup – Mango Sauce for Mango Milk

This is a delicious sauce which taste amazing when mixed with cold milk. This is a refreshing drink which taste just awesome.

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PREP TIME10 mins

COOK TIME10 mins






  • ▢Mango – 4 peeled and cubed
  • ▢Sugar – 1 cup
  • ▢Water – 1 cup


  • ▢Take mangoes in a blender and puree.
  • ▢Take it in a sauce pan. Add sugar and water. Cook till it comes to a boil.
  • ▢Strain it and cool completely.
  • ▢Store in a air tight container in fridge.
  • ▢When needed mix with milk and serve.




  • 8ounces mangoes, peeled, pitted and chopped into large chunks (can use frozen mango, thawed)
  • 34cup sugar
  • 12teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1pinch salt
  • 2tablespoons orange juice
  • club soda or seltzer water


  • Combine chopped mango, sugar, vanilla extract and pinch salt in a food processor or blender. Puree fruit mixture, adding 2 tablespoons orange juice to loosen.
  • Strain into small pitcher. Refrigerate until needed.
  • Mix mango syrup with club soda or seltzer to desired strength for delicious flavored soft drink.

Mango Simple Syrup


With all the cocktail books that have appeared, we finally see many cocktails secrets in the spotlight. Authors are telling us those special things that mixologists, for generations, have done to fashion exceptional cocktails — ones that we have been unable to duplicate at home for ourselves.

The cocktail secrets include fruit flavors and sugar. Your great cocktail bar margarita probably came with an equal amount of both lime/lemon juice and sugar syrup. Simple syrup in cocktails works, chemically, to smooth and simultaneously amplify the flavors of your spirits. Alcohol by itself can be overwhelming. Alcohol with sugar acquires an aura, and an aroma, of civilization.

Even better than plain sugar syrup is one flavored with fruit. Mango simple syrup is a device of enormous utility in your cocktail world. Using this syrup in your margarita adds a complete new layer, a nuanced layer, of flavor. Rum, whiskey, and even gin are marriage partners-in-waiting.

Need a specific recipe? Look tomorrow for a Mango Grapefruit Daiquiri! 

You can make this today, but use it within a week. Even refrigerated this syrup has short shelf life.

Mango Simple Syrup

Yield: ~2 cups


  • 2 cups water
  • 2 cups granulated sugar
  • 1 large ripe mango, peeled and cut into small pieces


Put the water and sugar in a saucepan and stir to mix. Apply medium high heat and bring to a boil. Reduce to a simmer.

Add the mango pieces and simmer for 15 minutes. Turn off the heat and allow to cool to room temperature. Strain to remove the mango pieces, pour into a jar, and refrigerate.

mango simple syrup

Use this lush, tropical fruit infused simple syrup for drinks and cocktails, flavoring cakes and adding sweetness to overnight oats or to drizzle on fresh cut fruit.

tropical mango syrup

Mango syrup is a fruit infused simple syrup that’s quick and easy to make and can be used to give pure mango flavor to drinks and cocktails, dress fruit salads, and moisten layer cakes or even to drizzle over pancakes and waffles. This luscious fruit flavored syrup adds a tropical vibe to everything.

Simple syrup is a quick and easy way to add sweetness to tea, lemonade and cocktails, but infuse simple syrups with tropical mango and you’ll not only add sweetness. You’ll get a sultry tropical flavor that transports you to the islands.

We love this simple mango syrup recipe for it’s gloriously bright, sunny hue, and clear, crystalline shimmer to sweeten and enhance drinks and other dishes.

why you’ll love this easy recipe

  • It’s easy to make.
  • You only need 3 ingredients.
  • You can use any type of fresh or frozen mangoes (though it’s better with fresh, ripe fruit).
  • No artificial sweeteners.
  • It’s vegan.
  • It keeps in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
  • Kids love it!
  • It extends the life of mango season.

what you’ll need for mango syrup

  • Mangoes
  • Sugar
  • Water
sugar and water in a saucepan.
Combine the sugar and water in a saucepan.

how to make the simple mango syrup

  1. Combine sugar and water in a small saucepan.
  2. Heat over medium high heat, stirring regularly until all of the sugar is dissolved.
  3. Add the chopped mango to the simple syrup and set aside to steep and cool for about an hour.
  4. Set a mesh strainer over a bowl or large liquid measuring cup and pour the mango mixture (solids and all) into the strainer.
  5. Strain the mango solids from the syrup and transfer to a glass jar. Cover and refrigerate.
Simmer until the sugar dissolves.
Simmer, stirring occasionally until the sugar dissolves completely in the water.

what to do with mango syrup

  • Use it to infuse non-alcoholic drinks and cocktails with fruity, tropical flavors.
  • Mango simple syrup is delicious mixed into plain yogurt or over overnight oatmeal for breakfast.
  • It makes a great dressing with a squeeze of fresh for a fruit salad and you don’t need much. 2-3 tablespoons plus the juice of half a lime will perk up fresh cut fruit and berries.
  • Brush onto a plain yellow cake to moisten cake layers before frosting.
  • Add a splash of mango syrup to gin and tonics or vodka tonics for a taste of the islands.
  • Sweeten iced or hot tea with it and use in place of sugar when making lemonade or limeade.
  • Add it to smoothies or shakes.
Adding chopped mangoes to the simple syrup.
Add chopped mangoes and set aside so the fruit can infuse the syrup.


Do I need to refrigerate the mango infused syrup?

Yes. If you’re not going to use it the first day, then keep it refrigerated.

How long will mango syrup last in the refrigerator?

Stored in an airtight container the simple syrup will last for at least 2 weeks.

Can I freeze it?

Absolutely. This is one of the best ways to preserve the simple syrup as it will last for up to 3 months frozen. I recommend pouring the mango syrup into ice cube trays and freezing them, then transfer the ice cubes to a freezer safe storage bag. Take out what you need, when you need it!

What do I do with the leftover fruit strained from the simple syrup recipe?

Essentially, these mangoes have been gently poached in syrup and they’re still perfect for eating. Spoon the poached fruit over yogurt, oatmeal, ice cream or top a slice of pound cake (with a little whipped cream). You can also puree the poached mango and add lime juice and freeze it into ice pops. Or add the poached mango to a blender with vanilla ice cream and milk for a mango shake. Blend the poached fruit with ice for a heat-beating slushy.

strain the mango syrup using a funnel and fine mesh strainer.
I use a mesh strainer set inside a funnel to strain the fruit from the syrup.


For a very clear and cloudless syrup, do not press on the mangoes when straining the liquid. Just let the syrup drain on its own.

Shake or stir the syrup before using if its been sitting in the refrigerator for several days as some sediment can settle on the bottom.

variations and swaps

  • Split a vanilla bean in half and scrape out the seeds to add to the simple syrup at the same time you add the cut mango.
  • Add a whole cinnamon stick and crushed cardamom pods to the sugar and water before heating to give it a spiced vibe.
  • Add a pinch of crushed red pepper flakes to the sugar and water before heating for a spicy mango syrup to dress up cocktails.

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