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Mango Slush Recipe

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Mango slush - how to make mango slush recipe.

Mango slush is a quick and easy vegan summer cooler; which I love to have myself when I am on a diet spree. Sometimes, I prefer to have fruits for lunch and I try to make it wholesome as possible. Mango slush is one easy fruit idea to chill on hot sizzling summer afternoon.

Ice cubes are a summer necessity and I always stack them in my freezer; I have shared so many summer drinks ...yes stock up your freezer with ice cubes...no excuse!

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Coming back to this recipe; I make mango slush mostly for myself and when I make I do not add sugar but do add when I make for my kids. So, if you are on a diet and want to make this as a meal; I would suggest you to omit the sugar (or you can use sugar subs). One thing I do not like is straining the fruit juice; I mean we do need the fibers :)

Just plopping a mango into a blender and topping with ice cubes and blending to a wholesome cold ice cream-like-puree....is my idea of chilling in the summer.

how to make mango slush.



Mango Slush Recipe


PREP TIME: 1 min    |  AUTHOR::
  mango slush  

  INGREDIENTS

  • Mango: 1, medium
  • Ice cubes: 1 cup
  • Sugar: 1 tbsp (optinal)
  • To GARNISH: Lemon slice and mint leaves
  • To PREPARE GLASS: lemon wedge and sugar


  METHOD:

  1. Peel and slice the mangoes.
  2. Add into a blender, top with ice cubes and sugar (if using)
  3. Blend on high speed for one minute.
  4. PREPARE SERVING GLASS: Run a lemon wedge along the rim of the glass and dip the glass in sugar.
  5. Scoop or pour the mango slush into the prepared glass.
  6. Top with a lemon slice and mint leaves.

NOTES

  • This recipe serves one.
  • I used alphonso mango; you can use any mango.
  • Adding sugar is entirely optional and also depends on the sweetness of the mango.

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Comments

  1. There is a flat of mangos sitting on the counter. Can't wait for them to ripen so I can make this slush. It's suppose to be in the 80's next week, so great timing!!!

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