Ever wanted to make a milkshake from scratch? We do, and we hope you do too. We love the milkshakes from Starbucks, but the problem with them is that they are often loaded with lots of sugar. This is because they are made using a machine that mixes the powder in with milk, and since there is no way to measure the amount of powder that you use, it’s hard to make the milkshake taste just right. This is why we made our own milkshake from scratch. It’s really easy and you don’t need many ingredients, but it does take a little time. Here’s our recipe: A generous amount of mango puree (about 1 cup) A generous amount of cashew

Mango is probably the most popular tropical fruit in the world right now. Of course, when you think of mangoes, you immediately think of the popular mango shake. Mango milkshake is a mixture of mango puree, milk, and ice-cream. It is a really refreshing drink.

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Milkshake with mango is one of my favorite summer beverages, and it’s especially popular during mango season. I usually make my mango milkshake with fresh ripe Alphonso or Banganapalle mangoes. If they aren’t available, any excellent, ripe, and sweet mangoes will suffice. Mangoes that are fibrous should be avoided. Mango milkshake is simple to make: just combine the mango, milk, and ice cream in a blender.

Time to prepare: 15 minutes

Time to cook: 20 minutes

India’s cuisine

2 to 3 people

Ingredients

    • 1 (large size) or 400 gms ripe mango
    • 1 cup of milk
    • 2 scoops vanilla ice cream
    • 1 tbsp sugar

as a garnish

  • 2 tbsp mango puree (optional)
  • 2 tbsp mango chunks

Method

  • One Banganapalle mango was used. You may also use two Alphonso mangoes instead.
  • Peel, cut, and set aside the mango in a basin. Keep a few pieces aside to use as garnish later.
  • In a mixer or blender, combine the remaining mango chunks.
  • Blend until the purée is smooth.
  • Place a few tablespoons of mango puree in a separate dish for subsequent garnishing. If the puree is too thick, thin it out with a little milk until it’s pourable. Because the mango puree must be black, don’t use too much milk.
  • To make a smooth thick milkshake, combine milk, vanilla ice cream, and sugar to taste in a blender.
  • Fill serving cups halfway with the thick mango milkshake, leaving room for garnishing.
  • Drizzle 1 tablespoon mango puree into each glass and garnish with a few mango slices.
  • To enjoy the Mango Falooda, serve it right away with a spoon and a straw.

Notes

  • My mangoes were very ripe and delicious. As a result, I just needed one. Depending on the mango’s flavor, you may add more than one.
  • Mango ice cream may be substituted for vanilla ice cream.
  • You may top your mango milkshake with sliced almonds, pista, or cashews, if desired.
  • On top of the milkshake, place one scoop of vanilla ice cream in each glass. Then, over top of the ice cream, scatter a few mango chunks or pour mango puree.

Mango milkshake

Mango milkshake is one of my favorite summer beverages, and it’s especially popular during mango season. I usually make my mango milkshake with fresh ripe Alphonso or Banganapalle mangoes. If they aren’t available, any excellent, ripe, and sweet mangoes will suffice. Mangoes that are fibrous should be avoided. Simply mix the mango, milk, and ice cream together to make a mango milkshake.

15-minute prep time

Cooking Time: 20 minutes

Time allotted Time: 35 minutes

Indian cuisine

Mango milkshake is a keyword.

3 servings

  • 1 mango (ripe) (big)
  • 1 quart of milk
  • Vanilla ice cream, 2 scoops
  • 1 teaspoon of sugar

as a garnish

  • 2 tbsp purée mango (optional)
  • 2 tablespoons mango chunks
  • One Banganapalle mango was used. You may also use two Alphonso mangoes instead.

  • Peel, cut, and set aside the mango in a basin. Keep a few pieces aside to use as garnish later.

  • In a mixer or blender, combine the remaining mango chunks.

  • Blend until the purée is smooth.

  • Place a few tablespoons of mango puree in a separate dish for subsequent garnishing. If the puree is too thick, thin it out with a little milk until it’s pourable. Because the mango puree must be black, don’t use too much milk.

  • To make a smooth thick milkshake, combine milk, vanilla ice cream, and sugar to taste in a blender.

  • Fill serving cups halfway with the thick mango milkshake, leaving room for garnishing.

  • Drizzle 1 tablespoon mango puree into each glass and garnish with a few mango slices.

  • To enjoy the Mango Falooda, serve it right away with a spoon and a straw.

  • My mangoes were very ripe and delicious. As a result, I just needed one. Depending on the mango’s flavor, you may add more than one.
  • Mango ice cream may be substituted for vanilla ice cream.
  • You may top your mango milkshake with sliced almonds, pista, or cashews, if desired.
  • On top of the milkshake, place one scoop of vanilla ice cream in each glass. Then, over top of the ice cream, scatter a few mango chunks or pour mango puree.

 

A milkshake is a refreshing drink that can be a carbohydrate, protein, and fat-rich beverage or a milkshake that is low in fat and calories. They are typically made with milk, a milk-based soft drink, fruit juice or a milkshake mix. A milkshake can be sweet, or it can be made savory; the most commonly used ingredients are milk, ice cream, and other ingredients. Milkshakes are commonly consumed in the United States, Canada, and some countries in Europe, but they are also common in many parts of the world.. Read more about mango milkshake benefits and let us know what you think.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is mango milkshake good for health?

No, mango milkshake is not good for health.

Can we mix mango and milk?

No, mango and milk do not mix well.

Can I drink mango shake to gain weight?

No, mango shake does not give you weight.