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Mango Ice Cream

Freezing Time: Overnight for best results I Prep Time: 30 mins I Serve: 5 - 6



Mango Ice Cream is definitely easy to make with condensed milk, whipping cream and mangoes. This is the best homemade version without an Ice Cream Maker. This easy homemade ice cream is super creamy and sweet, with a Goodness of delicious mangoes, fluffy frothy cream, sweetness from condensed milk and few drops of vanilla essence which definitely makes it complete. It's an eggless ice cream with smooth, creamy and light texture. Try out this trending version of homemade mango ice cream and enjoy summers with this hit and favorite recipe !


Ingredients :-


For Ice Cream :-


2 Mangoes, large (fully ripe)

1 Mango, small (for decoration/optional)

500 ml. Whipping Cream

½ tsp. Vanilla Essence

250 g. Condensed Milk (I have used Nestle Brand)

Mango Paste (prep earlier) Reserve 2-3 tbsp for later use

Process :-


Take a large mango, wash thoroughly, peel off the skin and cut into large chunks. Discard seed. Add the cubed mangoes to the blender jar and pulse to make a smooth paste. Set aside (covered) for later use


Add the whipping cream to a large bowl and beat well on a medium to medium high speed with the help of an electric blender. Whisk just until the cream gets fluffy


Next add vanilla essence + condensed milk + mango paste to the bowl. Whisk again for another 3-4 mins until homogeneous . With the help of spatula mix well


Transfer half of the mixture to the loaf pan. Spread the reserved mango paste over the mixture and then pour the remaining ice cream mixture into the loaf pan


Properly, cover the loaf pan with the cling film and keep the loaf pan in the deep freezer and let the ice cream freeze overnight


Cut the small mango into thin slices & decorate the plate. Next day take out the ice cream from the freezer and with the help of an ice cream scooper, scoop out the ice cream and keep it on a serving plate and enjoy this delicious mango ice cream.


Time to Taste:)


Note: Pls adjust the sweetness levels to taste


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