mango milkshake – how to make mango milkshake | milkshake recipes

by dassana amit updated October 20, 2013

mano milkshake

mango milkshake is one of most sought after healthy drink during summers in india. in fact, mango milkshake and banana milk shake are two very popular drinks in north india where coconut water is not so easily available as in south india.

mango milkshake is very filling and it simply recharges your body. very rarely you might come across a person who does not like mangoes. they are so sweet and juicy, no wonder they are called king of fruits.

i have made this mango milkshake using cashew milk. you can use other nut based milk also like almond milk. if you want then you can use regular milk too.

mango milkshake

be very choosy, about the type of mangoes you use for making mango shake. i suggest avoid the mangoes which are too much fibrous and instead prefer the mango variety which is more juicy, sweet and easy to peel. sweeter the mango, lesser the amount of sugar we need and more healthier it will be.

to make this mango shake even more healthy, i have added coconut jaggery. you can even use jaggery or organic sugar. there are few alternatives to flavor the recipe. e.g. saffron and cardamom powder. i have used saffron in this recipe. in case you want to use cardamom powder then you have to mix it with the mango pulp in the initial stage while blending so that it mixes well.

if you are looking for more milkshake recipes then do check avocado milkshake, dry fruits milkshake, chickoo milkshake and banana mango milkshake.

mango milkshake recipe details below:

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mango milk shake
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refreshing mango milkshake flavored with saffron
Recipe type: beverages
Cuisine: world
Serves: 3 glasses
  • 2 medium size alphonso mangoes
  • 2 cups of almond milk or cashew milk or cow's milk
  • 2 teaspoon of sugar or jaggery (optional)
  • 4 small ice cubes (optional)
  • pinch of saffron (optional)
  • dry fruits like cashew, almond, pistachois to garnish (optional)
  1. wash the mangoes and peel them.
  2. chop the mango pulp into small pieces.
  3. add the mango pulp into the blender along with milk
  4. add the sugar or jaggery as per your taste and also considering the sweetness of mangoes.
  5. add saffron.
  6. you can add ice cubes also at this stage or you can add the ice cubes while serving the mango shake.
  7. blend everything till smooth.
  8. add the chopped dry fruits, if you want for garnishing.
  9. and serve the mango shake with few saffron strands for garnish.

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nasha March 19, 2014 1

dassana your recipes are too good i am gonna try all of them


dassana amit March 20, 2014 2

thanks nasha


T May 29, 2013 3

you may want to have a look at this as I believe this is your picture.


dassana May 29, 2013 4

yes, it is my photo. thanks for sharing the link.


Julia | April 11, 2013 5

Love the vibrant color of this milkshake! Pinned!


Familycook April 11, 2013 6

This looks so luscious and soothing during hot weather.


Renuka April 10, 2013 7

oh……Dassana….i will not be able to concentrate on work whole day……..
….feeling like having it right now…..mouthwatering pictures….loved the glass mugs and wooden tray too….fantabulous presentation……..ur blog is indeed unique……..


dassana April 10, 2013 8

thanks renuka. when i used to work before, in the mango season, i would always have 2-3 mango milkshakes in the office cafeteria everyday. so much i would like them. this time i plan to preserve mangoes in the form of a jam or preserve so that we can have them for a long time :-)


Pavithra April 9, 2013 9

Fresh and pristine milkshake!! Looks yum, also the saffron strands add a real royal look to the drink!!


Swasthi April 9, 2013 10

Very nice Dassana, l liked the idea of using cashews here. nice clicks


jeyashrisuresh April 9, 2013 11

This is stunning , loved the color and want to taste this right now.Beautiful presentation


aparna April 9, 2013 12

i am waiting for a good mango :) and eagerly waiting to post most of the mango recipe ! yours look fabulous loved the saffron addition !