There isn’t a single person who doesn’t enjoy the taste of mangoes. Mangoes are a tropical delight that comes in many varieties, including Hapus, Langra, Kesar, Chaunsa, Dasheri, etc. Its juicy, pulpy sweet and sour taste is what makes it the king of fruits. Mangoes have been used as an ingredient in desserts for many years due to their inherent sweetness. Aside from that, its sunkissed golden hue and sweet aroma envelop one’s body in an enchanting aura—almost it’s as if one is in Nirvana!

Do you want to try some fun and quick mango flavour dessert recipes? Here are some of the most well-known mango dessert recipes to help you beat the heat this summer!

Mango Ice Cream

The best and the most popular dessert is mango ice cream. A two to three scoop of mango ice cream is a perfect way to beat the summer hotness. Of course, you can buy a mango ice cream from a store, but with this easy recipe, you can make it at home too. All you need to do is- 

  1. Take one medium-sized mango or a natural mango flavour essence
  2. Mix 1 tbsp of sugar. 
  3. Add 3/4 tsp lemon juice. 
  4. Finish it off with 1/2 cup fresh cream. 

Voila, your mango ice cream is ready to eat!

Mango Smoothie

Mango smoothies are a nutritious dessert as well as a delightful pleasure. Mango smoothies are abundant in vitamin A, E and C, iron, fibre and calcium. This low-calorie dessert is simple to make. All you need to make it is:

  1. A medium-sized mango, or you can also add any natural mango flavour essence
  2. Pour milk/yoghurt. 
  3. Add some sugar, saffron threads and cardamom powder. 
  4. Put ice cream. 
  5. Add ice cubes. 
  6. Finally, finish it off with garnishing some chopped dry fruits. 

Aam Panna

Aam Panna is a popular mango flavour drink in every Indian household. Along with it being a summer drink, it has some health benefits too. Aam Panna flavour drink is a sweet and salty drink filled with essential proteins, fibre, vitamins and minerals. It is a great solution for diarrhoea, increasing energy and other such diseases. It also improves eye health and skin elasticity. Want to try this flavourful beneficial drink? All you need to do is: 

  1. Get some green mangoes, or you can also use natural Aam Panna flavour
  2. Boil the mangoes. 
  3. Mix the boiled pulp with water. 
  4. Add roasted cumin powder, sugar and black pepper. 
  5. Add ice cubes.

You can make it and keep it refrigerated for 3 to 4 days.  

Mango Pudding

If you love rich and creamy desserts, then mango pudding is your drill! Mango pudding is a soft, creamy and rich mango flavour dessert also known as Aamras in Indian cuisine. All you need to do to make this sweet, luscious delight is:

  1. Grab fresh mangoes, wash them with water and keep it in the freezer to cool. 
  2. Cut it into small pieces and blend or squash out the pulp and juice. 
  3. Add sugar and milk as per your taste.

Mango Sheera

If you know about Indian cuisine, then you must know about mango halwa. It is also known as Kesari. Mango Sheera or Halwa is an Indian delicacy rich in the sweetness of mango and has the goodness of vitamin A and high fibre. To make this sugary sweet dessert, you need: 

  1. Semolina (Rava)
  2. Milk, ghee/butter, sugar and Kashmiri saffron
  3. Dry fruits for some garnish.

Mango Cheesecake

Ever thought how delightful it will be to add a tropical touch to cheesecake? Mango cheesecake is yet another soft, creamy and buttery treat with the goodness of sweet mangoes. 

  1. Take a block of mango. 
  2. Add sugar, oil, vinegar and salt. 
  3. Mix all-purpose flour, baking powder and baking soda. 
  4. Serve it with cream and sprinkles for the final touch.

Mango Pie

Love a flaky texture? Then try this mango pie recipe for experiencing a tropical paradise in a buttery pie. It is an easy-to-make dessert. All you need is: 

  1. For the crust: Take 300 grams of all-purpose flour. 
  2. 1 tsp salt, 1 tbsp sugar, 1/2 cup water and 2 sticks of unsalted butter. 
  3. For the filling: Take six to 7 medium chilled mangoes. 
  4. Mix 1/4 cup of all-purpose flour. 
  5. Add 1tbsp of lemon juice, 1 tsp salt, 1/8 ground allspice and cinnamon powder.

Final Words

Every mango connoisseur’s dream comes true during mango season. Before the season passes you by, give these mango dessert recipes a try.