Embrace the unique, delightful fusion of tropical and traditional with our Mango-Cherry Pie recipe. A refreshing twist on the classic dessert, this pie brings together the sweet and tart flavors of ripe cherries with the tropical tang of fresh mangoes. This unexpected combination not only creates an invigorating taste experience but also an exquisite color palette in each slice. Perfect for summer gatherings or as a delightful end to any meal, this Mango-Cherry Pie stands out as a creative, culinary masterpiece. In this recipe, we’ll take you step by-step on how to blend these beautiful flavors together to produce a pie that is sure to impress. Get ready to tantalize your taste buds and wow your guests with this uniquely delicious dessert

In the world of desserts, the Mango-Cherry Pie presents itself as a harmonious symphony of sweet and tart, delivering a vibrant and memorable flavor that will keep you craving more. This recipe represents a simple way to make a delicious Mango-Cherry Pie that encapsulates the essence of both these fruits in a beautiful, flaky crust. The secret behind the magic of this dessert lies in the combination of traditional pie ingredients with a touch of tropical flair, creating a pie that is both familiar and exciting at the same time.

The joy of creating this pie is that it’s not just a treat for the taste buds, but also a feast for the eyes. The deep red cherries intertwined with the golden mango chunks set against the backdrop of a golden-brown crust make for an irresistible sight. Not to mention, this recipe offers a simple way to make a delicious Mango-Cherry Pie that can impress at any dinner table. Whether you’re serving it as a summertime dessert to cool off after a hot day or as a sweet ending to a family dinner, this pie promises a delightful surprise in every bite.

Ingredients: yields up to 6-8 pieces

3 ripe mangoes, cut in small cubes
1 bag of frozen cherries(available in any grocery frozen sections)
1 tablespoon of Vanilla
1/2 can of Fruit Pectin
1/2 cup of white sugar (if you prefer a much sweeter pie taste)


  1. Start by defrosting two ready pie crusts and set them aside. Defrost and drain the pitted fruit cherries. Save the juice in a bowl and add cornstarch until it’s dissolved in the juice. Set this aside.
  2. In a separate bowl, mix the cubed pieces of mangoes and cherries along with all the other ingredients. Fill the first tray of the ready pie crust with the mixed fruit ingredients.
  3. For the second tray, remove the pie crust from the tray and lay it on top of the mixed ingredients to cover the pie. Seal it with your fingers by pressing the sides and cut the remaining dough with your fingers or a fork.
  4. Make some holes on top of the pie crust to allow the pressure from the juice or air to release as the pie bakes, to prevent the juice from overflowing.
    Bake at 375 degrees Fahrenheit for 45 minutes or until the pie is golden brown. Serve warm or cold, with a scoop of ice cream or a dollop of whipped cream as desired.

NOTE: If you are not a fan of sugar, you can make this a Zero Sugar Cherry and Mango Pie by eliminating the 1/2 C of sugar from the ingredient list. The fruit pectin added to the recipe helps enhance the natural sweetness of the fruits.

This recipe is your guide to a simple way to make a delicious Mango-Cherry Pie. Remember, the magic is in the unique blend of the ingredients and the love you put into making it. Enjoy baking and savoring each bite of this exotic dessert!