Wednesday, April 03, 2013

Homemade Fresh Mango Ice Cream...step by step.


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mango ice cream


Mango ice cream, fresh mango ice cream, yes! fresh mangoes are in season now! homemade mango ice cream is a must for summer.... I know, I recently posted mango ice cubes, and I should not posting "mango recipes" again, but then mangoes tempt me to develop recipes for you and the good news is, this is a skinny mango ice cream (low cal).

You might know by now that I love homemade food more than anything, after I posted vanilla bean ice cream, I was surprised at the repins it got, thanking all the wonderful pinners out there for sharing my recipes....sharing is what blogging is all about, right.

I got two Alphonso mangoes and they weighed 1 kg, and the flavor was sort of transporting you to an exotic tropical island. I just cubed the mangoes and blended to make this yummy and skinny ice cream....I am using low fat cream here and that's making it double yum.

 UPDATE: I have also added a recipe for Fresh Strawberry Ice cream with step by step pictures. Do check out my latest Mango Recipes.
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How to make mango ice cream, step by step pictures.
Yields: 2 containers.
Peel the mangoes and cube it. Put in a blender and puree it....the flavor was OMG.
mango ice cream 2


Add in Every Day Milk powder


One cup of milk....skimmed milk.


Half cup of sugar.

And the low fat cream.


Blend for 2 minutes and ta da your fresh mango ice cream in liquid state is ready.


Pour into pans...because of the mangos I got double yield....mangoes I love ya.


Put this in the freezer, take out after 1 hour and lightly beat it with a fork and then put back in to set again, repeat for about 3 to 4 times (for detailed pictures pls click here)....and finally just leave it undisturbed in the freezer preferably overnight....and then you own homemade fresh mango ice cream....perfectly homemade.

Enjoy creamy and fresh mango ice cream......I promise you will be transported to your favorite exotic tropical island...enjoy your summer.

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Mango Ice Cream


PREP TIME: 4 hours    |  AUTHOR::
  mango ice cream  

  INGREDIENTS

  • Alphonso mangoes: 2, about 1 kg.(around 2 lb)
  • Every Day Milk powder: 200 gm. (7 0z)
  • Low fat cream: 200 ml. (6.8 fl oz)
  • Skimmed milk: 1 cup.
  • Sugar: 1/2 cup.


  METHOD:

  1. Peel the mangoes and cube it. Put in a blender and puree it.
  2. Add in the milk powder, skimmed milk, sugar, and low fat cream.
  3. Blend for 2 minutes and ta da your fresh mango ice cream in liquid state is ready.
  4. Pour into two, l liter containers.
  5. Put this in the freezer, take out after 1 hour and lightly beat it with a fork and then put back in to set again, repeat for about 3 to 4 times.
  6. Leave it undisturbed in the freezer, preferably overnight or until set.
  7. Scoop the mango ice cream and serve.

NOTES

  • To avoid crystalization, it is best to whisk with a fork or in a blender 3 or 4 times after the ice cream starts to set.
  • To make a more rich mango ice cream, you can use whole milk and double cream.
  • For that exotic tropical flavor, use fresh mangoes.

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79 comments:

  1. yum yum..im going to try an icecream soon.ur tempting me much!

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  2. loved the bright yellow tones in the pics. one of my fav ice cream.

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  3. wow wow... u make so so so so so drool here... surely gonna try it...

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    1. Try it Viji, you will love this easy ice cream.

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  4. wow looks awesome, stunning clicks dear:)

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  5. yummy ice cream..the clicks are so inviting...

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  6. Seriously i want some scoops rite now.

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  7. Yummy I just want a scoop now itz so hot here and let so cool reading the post will surely give tis a try keep posting such yummy recipes to beat the heat...

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  8. wow, looks awesome, please do send it to "Veggie/Fruit A Month - Mango" event.

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  9. mmm...yummy...i just love it.. ;)

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    1. It I who should thank you for the basic recipe....thanks again Nimmy.

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  10. nisa going to try today itself.....your clicks superb....

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    1. Merry, do let me know how it turned out....

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  11. Looks yummy but what is milk powder?

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    1. trtaren-Hi, and thank u for the visit...milk powder is powdered or dried milk ....manufactured dairy product made by evaporating milk to dryness...hope this helps you to make this yum ice cream...have a great day and keep visiting :)

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  12. We don't have alphonso mango here so I might switch with other sweet mango. Would love to try it!!!
    satya
    http://chitty-boy.blogspot.com

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    1. Chitty Boy and Me-Thanks for the visit, do let me know how it turned out...happy-ice-cream-making :)

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  13. Looks yummy... love this flavor much... Fab clicks too...
    http://recipe-excavator.blogspot.com

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  14. What is milk powder and where do I get it

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    1. Nancy-thanks for the visit, about your query-milk powder is powdered or dried milk ....manufactured dairy product made by evaporating milk to dryness...hope this helps you to make this yum ice cream..milk powder is also used as a substitute for milk....you will probably get in Asian stores....have a great day and keep visiting :)

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  15. What a gorgeous color! This looks absolutely delicious! You actually have me wanting hotter weather. :)

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  16. saw this one on pinterest and followed it here. such a vibrant yellow color (even without any food coloring!) and the texture looks creamy too. pretty easy recipe for an eggless ice cream.

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    1. Hi Nisha-Thanks a ton for stopping by.....I used Alphonso mangoes which is famous for its exotic flavor and color and that is the secret behind its color :)

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  17. When you say to put it in the freezer and lightly beat it with a fork, what are you referring to when you say "in between"? Maybe im not understanding it correctly.....

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    1. Maribel-Hey, thanks for the visit-I updated your doubt...thanks for pointing it out...again, it is just that we are doing the job of the ice-cream machine, so once the ice cream begins to set (around 1 hour), just take out and whisk with a fork....then put it back and allow it to set. Repeat again may be 3 or 4 times...hope this helps...

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    2. Thanks, it did.
      Also, im assuming the cream is the same as whipping cream... I was at Aldi today and that is the only cream I saw. Also I saw instant milk but when I shook the box, it sounded like flakes instead of powder. I will try to look for it else where... Oh another thing, is almond milk okay?

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    3. Maribel-I used low fat cream( 25%)...I havent tried this with almond milk, so sorry about that...you can also use whole milk instead of skimmed one....hope this helps.

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  18. hi,i want to try this recipe but i dont have skimmed milk.can i substitute with regular milk

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    1. Hi Anon-thanks for stopping by...oh yes you can use regular/whole milk...I used skimmed milk to make it skinny that's all....hope this helps....have a great day.

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  19. I cannot wait to make this for my family. Luckily, I have an ice cream maker so that should make the process a little quicker. I just hope I can find low fat cream. Thanks!

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  20. I can't wait to try this! Mangos are my fav! (:

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  21. This looks amazing! Can't wait to try this! (:

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  22. want to try this but living in the southern states the metric system is not something i have had cause to learn so im lost on the recipe

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  23. Can other fruits be substituted in this recipe? I'm not a big mango fan, but I'm hoping adding the same amount of strawberry or raspberry might work too? Thanks!

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    1. Hi AmandaHewer-thank u for the visit...yes you can make this with other fruits...hope this helps....have a great day.

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  24. Will it work with Splenda??

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    1. Esmy-Hi thanks a ton for stopping by....though I have not tried with Splenda, I dont see any reason why it should not work with Splenda...hope this helps...have a great day.

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  25. I am loving the fact that it uses neither eggs nor a ice-cream churner. Gonna try it definitely! :)

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  26. thNX FOR SHARING.WUD DEFINETLY TRY :)

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  27. I have everything ready to make this but I would love if you could translate the 200gm into American measurements. I think if I did it right , it would be 7.14 oz which is just shy of a cup. Is this correct?

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    1. Hi Michelle, thank you for stopping by....about your query, first of all apologizes for the typo (it is 200 ml and not gram)....yes it would be roughly 7-8 oz, the beauty of this recipe is that a slight difference in the volume of cream or milk will not make much difference. Since only Amul low fat cream (which comes in tetra packs) is available here in Kerala, I am using it, but I am sure if you use full fat cream, it will be more creamier though I have yet to try it....hope you will enjoy it as much as I did.

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  28. My husband would absolutely love this. He talks so fondly of alphonso mangoes but we can't find them here. I'll give it a try with a regular mango. Thanks for sharing on Thursdays Treasures.

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  29. hello , can i use yogurt? i hate cream ?

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    1. Fardous-Hi thank you for stopping by....about your query, I have no idea as I have not tried it with yogurt sorry....but since I am using low fat cream....the so-called-creamish-flavor is very less....why dont you give this a try...hope this helps.

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  30. This sounds so refreshing and delicious! Sharon

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  31. Do we know nutritional value/calories?

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    1. Hi Miss Hillary, sorry I do not know the exact calories....I used skimmed milk, low fat cream(25%) and plain sugar which you can substitute with Splenda or any other sweetener of your choice...hope this help...thanks a ton for stopping by.

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  32. This looks great! Is one container okay? What size container should I use?

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    1. Anon-Hey, thank u for stopping by.....I used 7.5 x 5 inch container.....you can use any size container or even ice cube trays.....hope this helps.

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  33. Hey, I am from the US and it's hard to get good alphonso mangoes here. Can we use the mango pulp (canned aam ras)instead of mangoes?

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    1. Dhara-Hey, thanks for stopping by.....I have never ever used canned mangoes....sorry I cannot help you in this...but you can use any mango variety though you might not get the color or taste.

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  34. Do you have any ideas on how to do a dairy free version?

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  35. Hi Nisa! Love your easy recipes and totally going to try out the mango ice cream. I have a blog too, chaishaiwithayeshac.com and i would def be giving you credit when i post the recipe. Thank you and keep giving us newbies inspiration :)

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  36. Hi Nisa! love this recipe. I am a new blogger (www.chaishaiwithayeshac.com) too and when i do make your mango ice cream i will def give you credit. Love mangoes and this looks heavenly! :)

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  37. I sometimes cheat a bit with homemade ice cream by adding custard powder - but it's great if you want to make it a bit easy!

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  38. Hi Nisa,

    This recipe sounds and looks so yummy! I can't get Alphonso mangoes where I live so I'll be substituting another variety. Could you tell me how much mango puree you got out of your 1kg of Alphonsos? Thanks much and I really enjoy your blog.

    Susan

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  39. thanks a BILLION!!!this recipe ROCKS!!!!!!!!!
    :-)

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  40. ohhh thanks so much for the recipe Nisa! My mom does a really similar ice cream but with evaporated milk and is so hard to find here! I always tell her to try with milk powder because basically is the same, and now that you shows us that is possible I can wait to try it!!

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    1. Agus--Hey thanks for stopping by and I am so glad that you will be trying this out...do let me know the feedback too.

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  41. Hi Chechi.. Thanks for this delicious recipe.. I just tried it out n am right now having it along with my husband. He LOVED it!!! Thanks, Ria

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    1. Hi Ria......thanks for the feedback...you really made my day girl....so glad that you both enjoyed it as much as I did..

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  42. We love mango and anything having to do with Mango and this is the perfect summer food. We are going to be trying this in my household. Will let you know how it turns out. :) Stopping by for a visit from GrowingUpMadison.

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  43. We love mango..
    thanks a BILLION!!!this recipe ROCKS!!!!!!!!!
    :-)

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  44. Hi Nisa,

    How much mango puree do you get from 2 alphonso mangoes?
    I need to use another variety and want to make sure I have enough puree for flavor.

    Thank you,
    Carol

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    1. Hi Carol, thanks for stopping by....puree was about 2 cups....the more the better....more mango flavor and color....hope this helps.

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  45. Hi Nisa,
    Your Ice Cream looks so delicious! Thank you so much for sharing your great recipe with Full Plate Thursday. Hope you have a great week and come back soon!
    Miz Helen

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  46. Thanks for linking up to Gingerly Made's Show & Tell. You've been featured!!

    http://www.gingerlymade.com/2013/06/show-tell-features_18.html

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  47. Congratulations!
    Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Hope you are having a great day and enjoy your new Red Plate.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

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  48. Oh a new recipe for all our wonderful mangoes that are ripening at the same time right now! I'm going to try this with a little change, like less or no sugar since our mangoes are already so sweet. But I have been wanting a frozen goodie idea to be able to freeze some of the mangoes.
    This looks delicious!

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  49. Is milk powder the same as the powdered milk the sell in the USA? If not, can you use powdered milk instead? I really want to try this. Thanks!

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    1. Hi Muriel, thank you for stopping by....I think powdered milk is milk powder ...though not sure.....but hey I have given a link to amazon of the milk powder brand I used....hope this helps.

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  50. Looks really yummy... Should we use boiled milk or should we use without boiling????

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    1. Hi Anon, thanks for stopping by.....I used boiled milk....if you are using pasteurized milk...then you do not need to boil it!! hope this helps.

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  51. Thank you for posting this yummy recipe. Thank you also for putting in the U.S. conversions for the measurements; this helped greatly.

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  52. Nandini AdhikariMay 3, 2014 at 5:33 PM

    hi Nisa......I tried your recipe and it came out absolutely yummm.....made it for my friends and their happy faces and compliments made my day!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  53. These look delicious and perfect! Thanks for sharing it here

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  54. Hi Nisa, how much are half a cup of sugar and one cup skimmed milk in ounces please?

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