easy mango ice cream recipe with condensed milk

easy mango ice cream recipe with video and step by step pics. a summer treat and simply delicious is this easy to prepare one bowl mango ice cream recipe made with condensed milk. this is a three ingredient recipe – mangoes, cream and sweetened condensed milk.

mango ice cream recipe

mangoes have made their presence felt in my part of the world. so sharing the first mango recipe for this year. i have already posted around 33 mango recipes on blog like:

this mango ice cream recipe does not use any sugar as the sweetness from condensed milk is enough. but you can always add some sugar if needed. also the alphonso mangoes i used were sweet.

if the mangoes are not sweet, then you can add some sugar. you can even use readymade mango pulp for the ice cream, but fresh mango pulp tastes better. i have used alphonso mangoes but you can even use other varieties of mangoes. but mangoes should not be very fibrous.

there is another version of mango ice cream post on the blog which is again an easy recipe.

if you are looking for similar recipes then do check:

easy mango ice cream

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mango ice cream recipe - easy to prepare one bowl mango recipe with condensed milk. this is a three ingredient recipe - mangoes, cream and sweetened condensed milk. ice cream maker is not required to make this mango ice cream recipe. 
mango ice cream recipe
Author:Dassana Amit
Prep Time:15 mins
Total Time:30 mins
Course:desserts
Cuisine:world
Servings (change the number to scale):30 scoops
(1 CUP = 250 ML)

INGREDIENTS

  • 560 grams mangoes OR 3 medium alphonso mangoes
  • 1 can sweetened condensed milk, 400 grams
  • 3.5 cups chilled cream, 25% to 50% fat
  • ½ teaspoon vanilla extract, OPTIONAL

INSTRUCTIONS

making mango ice cream mixture

  • rinse and then wipe dry 3 medium sized alphonso mangoes (560 grams).
  • then chop the mangoes.
  • add the chopped mangoes in a blender jar or a bullet mixer. 
  • also add 1 can of sweetened condensed milk (400 grams).
  • blend till smooth and keep aside. 
  • in another large bowl take 3.5 cups chilled cream (25 to 35% fat). you can even use whipping cream. with a electric beater begin to whip the cream. 
  • whip till you get stiff peaks on medium-high to high speed. do not overdo as the cream can curdle.
  • then add the mango+condensed milk mixture. you can even add ½ teaspoon vanilla extract at this step.
  • on a low speed, using the electric blender, whip till everything is mixed well and the ice cream mixture is homogeneous. 
  • level with a spatula. 

freezing mango ice cream

  • cover the bowl with a tight lid or seal tightly with aluminium foil or cling wrap. 
  • freeze for 6 to 7 hours or overnight. for a more softer texture, after the ice cream is half set, you can remove it from the bowl and then whip again. 
  • before serving, keep the ice cream bowl at room temperature for some minutes till you can easily scoop it out. with an ice cream scoop, remove the ice cream.
  • serve mango ice cream in bowls or ice cream cups. 
  • you can decorate mango ice cream with cherries, tutti frutti, chocolate shavings, chopped mango cubes or chocolate sauce. 

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how to make mango ice cream recipe with condensed milk:

1. rinse and then wipe dry 3 medium sized alphonso mangoes (560 grams). you can even use other varieties of mangoes.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

2. then chop the mangoes. for the video, i cut the mangoes by slicing the two sides and then slicing the mango flesh as shown in the video above. but be careful when doing this way and keep the mangoes on a chopping board and then slice. do not keep in your hands and slice. you can choose the regular method of slicing mangoes by first peeling it and then chopping.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

3. then add the chopped mangoes in a blender jar or a bullet mixer.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

4. also add 1 can of sweetened condensed milk (400 grams). i have used amul mithai mate. you can also use milkmaid.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

5. blend till smooth and keep aside.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

6. do make sure that there is no small piece of mangoes in this mixture.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

7. in another large bowl, take 3.5 cups chilled cream (25 to 35% fat). you can even use heavy whipping cream. i have used amul fresh cream. with a electric beater, begin to whip the cream.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

8. whip till you get stiff peaks on medium-high to high speed. do not overdo as the cream can curdle. amul cream takes more time to whip, so take an average of 7 to 9 minutes for whipping it, till you get stiff peaks. do make sure that the cream is chilled. in fact you can even keep the bowl in the refrigerator for a few hours.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

9. then add the mango+condensed milk mixture. you can even add ½ teaspoon vanilla extract at this step.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

10. on a low speed, using the electric blender, whip till everything is mixed well and the ice cream mixture is homogeneous.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

11. level with a spatula.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

freezing mango ice cream

12. cover the bowl with a tight lid or seal tightly with aluminium foil or cling wrap. freeze for 6 to 7 hours or overnight. for a more softer texture, after the ice cream is half set, you can remove it from the bowl and then whip again.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

13. pic below of ice cream after being set.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

14. before serving, keep the ice cream bowl at room temperature for some minutes or till you can easily scoop it out. with an ice cream scoop, remove the mango ice cream.

easy mango ice cream with condensed milk

15. serve mango ice cream in bowls or ice cream cups. you can decorate mango ice cream with cherries, tutti frutti, chocolate shavings, chopped mango cubes or chocolate sauce. you can even add this mango ice cream in desserts like kulfi falooda and falooda recipe.

easy mango ice cream recipe

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12 comments/reviews

  1. Thank you so much for such a humble and prompt response. I appreciate you even more now😃. Will definitely try it tomorrow.
    May you always stay blessed, happy and healthy.

  2. hi… I have tried this icecream..its soft and fluffy..but what happened is it became bit more sweet.. Can I add milk to lower its sweetness..Am afraid the crystals will be formed. Plz help !4 stars

    • sweetness depends on the sweetness of mangoes. so in this case less condensed milk can be added. i hope you mixed the ice cream mixture well. if not, then what you are tasting is the condensed milk which is very sweet. if mixed well, then too much of sweetness is not felt. you can add some milk. 3 to 4 tablespoons. don’t add too much as then ice crystals will form. also you can add 2 to 3 tablespoons cream instead of milk. no need to whip it, just add directly.

    • Hi Dassana,
      This is Mamta here and I am a Marwari. We do use onions and garlic moderately but eggs and other non-veg food is a complete no-no. When I first came across ur site I was so relieved that lately a website with vegetarian recipes has evolved.
      I won’t say that I am a big fan of urs because u may be having fans more bigger than me. But, I must admit I really admire the way u present a recipe and that too with most of the ingredients which are easily available at our homes. Perfect flavours in all the cuisine… When it comes to ur recepies I have a blind faith they are fool proof. Whenever I am in a fix, ur website comes to my rescue and wen I prepare your recipe somewhere within I have a confidence that it will come out good. Loads of love and thanx to u for being a savior at times.
      I have a question Dassana. Can we use Rich’s non dairy whipping cream (used for decorating cakes) instead of full cream? Or can we use both of them in a 50-50 proportion?
      Please reply ASAP coz my 6 year old daughter is eating up my head for a mango ice cream5 stars

      • thank you mamta for this lovely comment. initially, there were very few vegetarian websites, but now lately there are thousands of them. but what really matters is the recipe – in terms of taste and flavor. the recipes should be good. a fan is a fan. it does not matter whether one is small or big 🙂

        yes you can use rich’s non-dairy whipping cream. avoid mixing as the taste and texture might become weird. just use one – either whipping cream or rich’s non-dairy cream.

  3. Hi dassana..can I use a mixer to beat the cream and condensed milk..if I don’t have a beater

    • nisha, you can use the mixer. but with mixer beat cream in parts and do check the volume and consistency. if should reach soft to stiff peaks. also do not over do as then you can get butter from the cream.

  4. Hii. I hope you remember me. I have commented after a very long time as I was busy with my exams and studies. So I was strictly told not to enter kitchen and just study. Anyways, I am very fond of ice creams and have tried many of your ice cream recipes. When I made vanilla ice cream everyone at home thought it as amul one. Thanks for that . I will surely try this recipe too when good mangoes are available.