Mango Ice Cream#FantasticalFoodFight

Welcome to our event of Fantastical Food Fight, our theme for the month is: ICE CREAM. Since it's the season for King of Fruits - Mango which are in abundance, made an ice cream with it.  
This ice cream does not require an ice cream machine, a hand beater or a blender too will work fantastically if you wish to make it. Just requires 4 ingredients to make it.
It's so delicious and yummy you will love it, do try it. 


200 Ml Evaporated milk -Homemade
200 Ml Condense milk - chilled in the refrigerator
1 Cup Mango puree
1½ Cup Whipped Cream
Freeze the 
Evaporated milk -Homemade for at least 6 hours. 
After that only  beat / whip until it doubles in volume.
Mix in cold condense milk and beat again till creamy. Now fold in whipped cream , mix it well.  Pour this into 
 an airtight container  and freeze it for 12 to 15 hours.
When frozen , remove it into a big bowl and beat it again till it doubles in volume / it becomes light fluffy, now add the mango puree and beat till well mixed. Pour this a big air tight container and freeze until set.
Serve this delicious and yummy ice cream with some chopped mango pieces.
Enjoy this Mango Ice Cream which is homemade, eggless and preservative free too.
You will get two Mango Ice Cream bowls of this size 
Labels:  Ice cream,  Mango, Homemade, Evaporated Milk  Preservatives free, Fantastical Food Fight, Eggless, 4 Ingredients

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  1. I made a no churn ice cream too! It's such a great method. Love your addition of mango.

  2. Frank loves mango, I think I will surprise him with this. And thanks for the recipe for homemade evaporated milk too!!

  3. I love no churn ice cream - and mango! Mango ice cream sounds so refreshing and delicious!

  4. Love the idea of adding mango, and will have to try this out.

  5. The first ice cream I ever made was with mango! I love that you have used evaporated milk, it makes the ice cream extra delicious for sure...