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Mango Ice Cream | Homemade Mango Ice Cream Recipe

mango ice cream

Mango Ice Cream | Homemade Mango Ice Cream Recipe: Summers means the season of mangoes. There are a lot of recipes that can be made with mangoes. Home-made mango ice cream is very delicious and easy to make.

To create this homemade recipe, all you need are mangoes, milk, sugar, custard powder, dry fruits, saffron, and cream. It’s creamy and scoopable, much like the ice cream you purchase in tubs at the store.

Except that this is ice cream that money cannot purchase. Because store-bought will never be able to replicate the flavor of fresh mango like you can when you create it from scratch at home! Enjoy this summer heat with this recipe.

Mango Ice Cream | Homemade Mango Ice Cream Recipe

mango ice cream

Ingredients for Mango Ice Cream

  1. Mangoes – 4
  2. Milk – 1 liter
  3. Cream – 1 cup
  4. Sugar – 3/4 cup
  5. Custard powder-1 tbsp
  6. Dry fruits- as per choice(optional)
  7. Some saffron(Kesar) strands

How To Proceed

  • Mix the custard in 1/4 cup of the milk and keep aside.
  • Heat the rest of the milk and sugar together. Let the sugar dissolve and the mixture come to a boil.
  • Add chopped dry fruits to the mixture.
  • When it boils, add the custard mixture and bring to a boil again, simmer for half a minute shut the heat, and cool to room temperature.
  • Wash, peel mangoes, and separate two pieces. Grind the remaining pieces of the mangoes to make a puree.
  • Mix the mango puree and cream to this cold milk and beat.
  • Put the mixture in an air-tight container and close the lid properly. Keep the container for 2 hours in the freezer. Check to see that the container is air-tight.
  • After 1 hour take out the container from the freezer and beat the frozen ice cream properly so that the cream does not remain in crystal form.
    Whip once more when almost set and place back in the freezer.
  • Ice cream is ready to eat. Garnish it with some saffron strands.


The traditional ice cream starts with a sweetened combination of cream and eggs, which are then placed into an ice cream maker. The machine slowly freezes the liquid while turning to help break up the ice crystals.

Churning has two purposes: it aerates the mixture, making it light and fluffy, and it prevents icicles from developing, resulting in creamy rather than frigid ice cream.

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