mango dessert

Mango Dessert

Try this delicious mango dessert recipe rather than just peeling and eating mangoes. This mango dessert requires no baking.
Your tastes will travel to a happy, tropical destination with this mango delicacy.
Mangoes—a tropical jewel. They smell fantastic and taste delicious.

Due to its natural sweetness, fruit is the perfect ingredient for a dessert. It has that lovely golden tint, which is much better!

mango dessert

For those who enjoy mangoes, try this simple 3-ingredient recipe. It takes very little time and no cooking. Make it and enjoy. Mango dessert is so delicious; it tastes like sunlight in a cup. Additionally, it’s the quickest method to serve a dessert that smells sweet and is energizing. This dessert may be straightforward, but it’s rich, creamy, and overflowing with mango flavor.

You may serve it plain or dress it up by adding chopped dried fruit or toasted nuts as a garnish.

This is a very good basic recipe with a little twist. You can change it and make a new dish. I will tell you different ways in which you can create a different recipe by just adding a few additional ingredients and can turn this mango dessert into many different tasty desserts.

mango dessert

Why This Recipe Is So Special

Vegetarians can enjoy this delicious, refreshing, eggless mango dessert. I make the most colorful, mouthwateringly bold mango dessert with just three healthy ingredients rather than eggs, gelatin, or agar agar. All that is needed are fresh mangoes, fresh cream, and condensed milk. I’m done now!

Ingredients for Mango Dessert Recipe

Only these 3 ingredients are required.

  • Fresh cream— I would recommend using fresh dairy cream for mango dessert rather than whipping cream.
  • Fresh mangoes—large mangoes are the best choice for it. To cut it easily, peel off its skin with a peeler and cut it into pieces.
  • Sweetened condensed milk—go for low-fat condensed milk. If you don’t want sweetened condensed milk and want to keep it healthy, then use evaporated milk instead. It’s a healthier choice than condensed milk.

How to make Mango Dessert

In a bowl, add fresh cream and beat it with condensed milk. If you are living in a hotter area, then don’t forget to put an additional larger bowl of ice cubes under your mixing bowl. The cream should be chilled for best results. By doing this, it will take less time to become fluffy, or you can put your mixing bowl and beater wires in the freezer for 20 minutes before beating the cream.

Make mango puree. Use a blender or food processor to make a smooth mango puree.

Combine it with the cream. Freeze it for 2-3 hours before serving

mango dessert

Additional flavor-enhancing ingredients and tips

Mango Tapioca Dessert

To make it richer, you can add cooked small tapioca balls. The minerals in tapioca can have significant positive effects on health. For instance, calcium is crucial for maintaining bone health and preventing osteoporosis. Iron, a crucial mineral humans require to help carry oxygen throughout the body, is also present in tapioca. There are no saturated fats in tapioca. To make this, simply boil the sago in water for 10 minutes until it is translucent, drain it, cool it down, and add in your mango dessert.

mango dessert

Mango Chia Dessert

Another excellent choice that is healthy is chia seeds. Chia seeds contain the antioxidant quercetin, which can reduce your risk of contracting several diseases, including heart disease. The abundance of fiber in the seeds can lower high blood pressure and reduce your chance of developing heart disease. Chia seeds provide a lot of fiber. For the mango dessert, follow the same steps. Finally, stir the chia seeds and mango puree into the dessert. It can be kept in the fridge for two to three days.

mango dessert

Mixed Nuts Mango Dessert

Another very tasty option is mixed nuts roasted in butter or ghee. Mangoes work extremely well with tropical nuts like cashews, coconut, peanuts, pistachios, and almonds because they are a tropical fruit. Any nuts that you have on hand are acceptable. For this dish, coconut shreds that have been sweetened work nicely. However, dried coconut, freshly grated coconut, or unsweetened shredded coconut can be used as alternatives. The best way to roast nuts is to add butter or ghee in a small amount and roast nuts on a slow flame. Cool them down and crush them but not into powder and mix them in the dessert and add them on top for garnish.

mango dessert

Coconut Mango Dessert

Coconut and mango are a good combo. It has a refreshing and tropical flavor. It is also vegan-friendly by using a vegan condensed milk alternative. Replace the cream with coconut cream, beat it well, and place it in the refrigerator for a while. Take it out and add condensed milk and mangoes along with it in a blender and simply mix it and serve chilled. Frozen mangoes can also be used.

mango dessert

Mint Mango Dessert

Mangoes and mint are another delicious summertime pairing. This dessert will receive a cold, energizing boost from mint.  Beat the cream and blend it with mangoes, condensed milk, and a few mint leaves.   Put it in the fridge. The addition of Caramel Crunch is the cherry on top. It is quite simple to prepare at home. You only need 1 1/2 tbsp. of water and 1/2 cup of granulated sugar. Cook them until they are golden brown on a low heat. After letting it cool on a non-stick plate, crumble it, add it to the dessert, and combine. Don’t forget to garnish the dessert with caramel crunch. You’ll appreciate this addition.

mango dessert

mango dessert

Mango Dessert

Prep Time 20 mins
Cook Time 0 mins
Total Time 20 mins
Course Dessert
Cuisine world
Servings 5 people


  • 1 cup fresh cream
  • 2 mangoes
  • 1/2 cup sweetened condensed milk If mangoes are more sweetened, then use it less.


  • In a mixing bowl, whip the cream until it is fluffy, then add the condensed milk and whip for another 2-3 minutes.
  • Add fresh mango to a blender or food processor and process into a purée.
  • Finally, stir in the mango pulp. Chill for 2 to 3 hours before serving.
  • Top with mango chunks. 
Keyword 3-ingredients mango dessert, no-bake mango dessert

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