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mango milkshake
refreshing mango milkshake recipe flavored with saffron
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mango milkshake recipe with step by step photos – mango milkshake is one of most sought after healthy drink during summers in india.

mango milkshake

in fact, mango milkshake, apple milkshake and banana milk shake are very popular drinks in north india where coconut water is not so easily available as in south india. another milkshake which i make sometimes is this dry fruits milkshake recipe.

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 coconut milk. you can use other nut based milk also like almond milk. if you want then you can use dairy milk too. or you can check this mango milkshake recipe made with dairy milk.

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.

few more popular mango recipes which you can make are:

  1. mango kulfi
  2. mango cheesecake
  3. mango mousse
  4. mango mastani
  5. mango ice cream recipe.

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 beverages then do check sweet lassi, mango lassi, aam ka panna, panakam, neer mor (spiced buttermilk) and falooda recipe.

mango milkshake recipe details below:

mango milkshake
4 from 11 votes

mango milk shake recipe

refreshing mango milkshake recipe flavored with saffron
course beverages & drinks
cuisine world
prep time 15 minutes
total time 15 minutes
servings 3 glasses
author dassana amit

ingredients (1 cup = 250 ml)

  • 2 medium size alphonso mangoes
  • 2 cups coconut milk or almond milk or cashew milk or dairy milk
  • 2 teaspoon of sugar or jaggery (optional), add as required
  • 4 small ice cubes (optional)
  • 1 pinch saffron (kesar) - optional
  • dry fruits like cashew, almond, pistachois to garnish (optional)

how to make mango milk shake recipe

  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.


how to make mango milkshake recipe:

1. firstly rinse and then peel 2 medium sized mangoes. chop them and add in a mixer or blender jar. also add 1 pinch saffron strands.

mango milkshake recipe

2. then add 2 cups coconut milk. i have used coconut milk. you can add almond milk, soy milk or dairy milk. if using thick coconut milk, then you can add some water or ice cubes.

mango milkshake recipe

3. add ice cubes. you can also add some sugar if you want.

mango milkshake recipe

4. blend till smooth.

mango milkshake recipe

5. pour in tall glasses and serve mango milkshake immediately. for more milkshake recipes you can check this collection of top 10 milkshake recipes.

mango milkshake recipe

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i started in feb 2009. it is a pure vegetarian blog and shares recipes with step by step photos that will help you to make delicious and tasty vegetarian food easily.

i am passionate about cooking from childhood and learnt cooking from my elders. having a home science degree greatly enhanced my cooking & baking skills and took it to a different level which i now share as foolproof recipes. i was trained both in mainstream indian as well as international cuisines.


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19 comments/reviews

  1. Thanks

  2. Hi Dassana!
    Can I use mango purée instead of mangos? And if I can, how much do I use?

    • welcome ashrita. you can. add approximately.

  3. So yummy

  4. Sooooooooooo nice! 🙂

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