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Wednesday, June 8, 2016

Yummy Mango Milkshake Recipe

My family waits every year for this yellowish pulpy fruit. Mangoes are considered as the king of fruits and yes! It's truly a fruit that wins my family heart either ripe or unripe!. In our Gujarati culture, we try to prepare different types of delicious and freezer friendly ranges from the pickle, side-dish to juices. Mama always makes a sweet and spicy version of the pickle every year so that we can enjoy eating vegetables with pickles during rains. I remember, whenever she used to make pickles and moramba out of raw mangoes, my sister used to grab few pieces of chopped and grated raw mangoes and she enjoyed eating them by just sprinkling gentle amount of salt and chili powder. Believe me, every bite of raw mango will turn hot summers into a fun day. 

I usually prefer eating mangoes where nobody is around but just me. I never peel and chop mangoes, all I do is give a gentle squeeze on each side of mangoes and make a small hole on the top notch of it and enjoy sucking the soft and yummy pulp. Mangoes brings my childhood days back! I always end up spoiling my clothes, fingers and sometimes face with its pulp. 

We have an old Indian tradition of gifting mangoes to our relatives and neighbors as the mango season is considered as a festival in our culture. It feels great when we also receive lots of Alphonso mangoes from my nanny's farm. Now a days, I'm busy freezing mango pulps in plastic bottles so that I can enjoy them later while they are not available in markets. 

My personal favorite mango recipe is mango milkshake. It is easy to make, healthy because of the addition of milk and cream and importantly tummy filling for people like me who could eat a horse!

Today, I will be sharing with you my husband's recipe where you do not have to struggle for lots of ingredients. Keep it simple and enjoy this milkshake every morning so that you stay energetic throughout your busy working day.

Mango Milkshake

Hearty Mango Milkshake Drink Reciipr
Preparation Time: 10 minutes
Serves: 2 persons

3 fresh ripe Mangoes
1 cup full cream milk
3-4 tablespoons of cream
1 tablespoon of honey
Few ice cubes 

  • Peel the skin of mangoes with the help of a knife or peeler and cut them into cubes. I have used Alphonso mangoes, you can use any type of ripe mangoes available.
  • In a juicer, add chopped mango pieces, 1 cup full cream milk, 3 tablespoons of cream. Add little water if needed. Blend until the consistency turns smooth and thick.
  • Add 1 tablespoon of honey and a few ice cubes and blend well. Adjust the sweetness as desired. We always prefer using honey as a sweetener as it is considered healthier than sugar.
  • Pour immediately into the serving glass, and serve chilled. You can also garnish with a scoop of vanilla or mango flavored ice-cream. 
I usually add tutti frutti and chopped dry fruits whenever I make it for my nephews as they are too fussy for fruits and milk. This can be the best way of hiding all the nutrition in one glass!

Try this recipe and do comment! 


  1. Thanks Manisha mam i tried your Mango Milkshake Recipe and it was too good .Pls share more quick recipes

  2. I'm so glad that you liked it! Sure, stay around for more quick and easy recipe's :)

    Manisha Merchant