Sinfully Gorgeous Eggless Mango Ice Cream Without Ice Cream Maker| Easy Dessert Recipe

I’m here today with one more mango-based recipe – mango ice cream. πŸ™‚

I don’t have an ice cream maker at home, and so, use a secret ingredient to make my ice creams gloriously smooth and creamy. Want to know what that secret ingredient is? Condensed milk! Did you know that you can make just about any flavour of ice cream using condensed milk? That is precisely how I made the lemon-flavoured ice cream earlier.

What’s even better about this recipe is that it takes just a few minutes to put together – it is that easy to make. The flavourful end result is so much more than the effort it takes to make this ice cream, really. Plus, it is eggless! And it doesn’t need repeated grinding and putting back into the freezer, like some home-made ice creams need. What more can you ask for from an ice cream recipe?!

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Here’s how I made the mango ice cream.

Ingredients (for about 6 servings):

200 ml whipping cream (I used Amul)

200 grams sweetened condensed milk (I used Amul)

1 medium-sized ripe mango, peeled and pureed

A pinch of salt

Powdered sugar, to taste, if needed

Method:

  1. Combine the mango puree, whipping cream, condensed milk and salt in a large mixing bowl.
  2. Whisk till you get a smooth mixture, and everything is well combined together.
  3. Add powdered sugar if you think the mixture is not sweet enough. I added about 4 tablespoons. Mix well.
  4. Transfer the mixture to an airtight box.
  5. Let the box chill in the freezer till the ice cream sets. This takes a few hours.
  6. Remove the box from the freezer only when you are ready to serve the ice cream, for it melts real fast.

Notes:

  1. I prefer using whipped cream for making this ice cream, since it makes for a thicker, more flavourful dessert. If you aren’t able to get your hands on whipped cream, you could use fresh cream instead, in the same quantity. It tastes great that way too, just not as creamy as when you use whipped cream.
  2. You could decorate the ice cream with fresh mango puree or freshly chopped ripe mango slices, while you serve it.

Do you like the sound of this recipe? I hope you’ll try it out too, and that you’ll love it as much as we do!

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Would you like to read about the other mango special recipes that I made this season? Here you go!

Fruit extravaganza – Mango special

Ripe mango salsa

Mango pooris

North-Indian style ripe mango curry

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22 thoughts on “Sinfully Gorgeous Eggless Mango Ice Cream Without Ice Cream Maker| Easy Dessert Recipe

    • The Girl Next Door

      @Dreamzandclouds

      Hope you love it too! πŸ™‚

      I got the coconut bowls and spoons at Dastkar – an exhibition that comes up every year here in Bangalore. That said, I am sure you will find them (or similar-looking wooden utensils) in vessel stores in Madras and Kerala. There might be similar stuff sold online too, though I’m not too sure of that.

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      • The Girl Next Door

        @Dreamzandclouds

        Just go to Chennai – you’ll be amazed at the variety of vessels you’ll find in vessels stores in TNagar, wooden ones included. If you want names, I would say Saravana or Balamurugan Stores in TNagar. Happy hunting!

        If you happen to visit Bangalore when Dastkar is on, you’ll find the wooden bowls you are in love with, as well as several other cute food photography props.

        BTW, Dastkar is coming up in August here. Do you want me to buy the bowls and spoons and ship them to you? I’ll try my best to do that. Let me know.

        I am sure you will find amazing wooden utensils in your part of India. Don’t you get them there?

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      • dreamzandclouds

        I do buy stuff of these kinds when travelling and will keep a note of the stores you have mentioned, thanks a lot! πŸ™‚

        Will you buy them for me? That would be so kind of you, I can coordinate the logistics in an email but then you don’t need to bother yourself too much too; do it if you can manage with the baby and all πŸ™‚

        And yes, we do have variety of wooden utensils here but I am interested to add these coconut shell-made ones in my collection. I love collecting kitchenware of different kinds you see πŸ˜›

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      • The Girl Next Door

        @Dreamzandclouds

        Even I pick up stuff like this while travelling – love doing that! πŸ™‚

        If possible, I will pick up the bowls and spoons and courier them to you. Send me an e-mail about what exactly you require?

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  1. Suko

    This looks and sounds so wonderful! I’ve made mango sorbet, but not mango ice cream. I will need to try your recipe. Thank you for sharing this. πŸ™‚

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