Mango Ice Cream – Eggless and Effortless

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It’s so hot, it’s actually boiling outside. Smoothies and ice cream are all I and my family can think of. I, my sister, and our kids worked on a special project in the kitchen, kind of a surprise to the rest of the family, and came up with something very easy and sweet.

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It’s absolutely heavenly I’m not bragging but this ice cream  tastes really good, specially if the mango was fresh. 

If you don’t like mango I guess your favorite fruit will do, just be careful with the sugar, since some fruits are sweeter than others. 


1 1/2 cup fresh mango cut in cubes
1 cup milk
1 cup heavy cream or whipping cream
4 tablespoons sugar (How much sugar you use depends on how sweet your mango is)


– Put all the ingredients in a blender and blend for two minutes.
– To have a very smooth ice cream run the mixture through mesh strainer after blending.
– Pour the mixture in ice cream molds or a plastic container, cover properly.

– Leave in the freezer for an hour, take it out and mix, then freeze it again. Do this three times.
– If you have an Ice cream maker, just follow the instructions provided by the ice cream maker.

* To serve the ice cream, take it out 5-8 minutes before serving, this will make scooping it out easy.
* If pouring this ice cream in Popsicle, just freeze the ice cream for three to four hours, un-mold and enjoy.
********** This post was updated  *********


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