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Thursday, April 4, 2013

Mango Float Recipe


Mango Float Recipe



Aside from the good sunny weather that we enjoy during Spring and Summer, this yellow mango is one thing to be excited about, they're everywhere in the grocery store. It only mean one thing, perfect time to make this delicious dessert, Mango Float! often serve during Christmas and New Year in the Philippines, but from where I lived now, Summer is the best way to have it, taking advantage of mangoes abundant..( hahahha) I can't denied the fact that I LOVE MANGOES! I love everything with mangoes..:)
This Mango Float dessert, is very easy to make and with only 4 ingredients, that's like WOW! for family gatherings and friends get together,  no cooking required, no measuring of the ingredients, can be prepared ahead of time, and no mess in the kitchen, just few nicest thing about this dessert.. wink:) So, if you're a Mango lover like ME! this is the perfect summer recipe for you.. 
Below is the Mango Float recipe:)



Ingredients:
2 Mangoes
1 small can Nestle all purpose cream
1 can Condensed Milk
1 box Graham Crackers
Note: Perfectly sweet ripe mango is required for this recipe..wink:)

( I already ate 3 sliced with my kids, hahaha! don't tell )


Directions:
1.) Combine the the nestle cream and condensed milk in separate bowl, Set aside;
2.) Thinly sliced the Mango, Set aside;
3.) Grab a square or rectangle baking dish. Start assembling this yummy dessert:)
4.) Arrange the graham crackers on the bottom of the dish, spread the cream and condensed milk mixture, carefully spread out the thinly sliced mango.
5.) Repeat the process until all the ingredients is used. 
6.) Chill in the refrigerator for 6 hours or so. SHARE and ENJOY it with your loveones!


( My kids favorite dessert )

70 comments:

  1. Wow! Sayang walang ganyan mango dito. Takam na lang:)
    Thanks for visiting by the way; )

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    1. Glad you're back, Joy! I bet you have so much fun in Pinas. I can only make it at summer here:) Thank you:)

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  2. Wow! Does that ever look good! I'm getting so many good recipes from your blog. Thanks. ☺

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  3. Melgie this looks very unique! I am going to send this to my sister :)

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    1. It taste good too:) Thank you, Keith:)

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    2. I sent the recipe to her and she wants to make it for a family get-together :)

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    3. That's so nice of you, Keith:)

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  4. My husband would love this! I'm a bit allergic to mangos so none for me though...
    -Jamie
    ChatterBlossom

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  5. One of my staff made very delicious mango float like this with the condensed milk and the cream....SO YUMMY!!!

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  6. Hi, I'm following you back now :) I miss mango float!

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    1. Hello, I already followed your blog:) Thank you!

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  7. Haven't eaten mango float for quiet sometime :P Yours look really yummy !

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  8. I used to make it when i was in phils. Now you make me wanna do it :) my husband loves ripe mangoe however i like the unripe one :)

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    1. I love the unripe one too, especially with shrimp paste na kasama naku! :)

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  9. This is one of our fave snacks: easy to do and doesn't cost much! :D

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  10. Love mango float too! We like it a little less sweet though and use cream and milk in the ratio of 2:1. :)

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    1. However, I was little short for cream the time I made it, So far the sweetness work out well for me:)

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  11. This is my favorite and will remain to be for the rest of my life! hahaha! Perfect for Summer too! ;0

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  12. This is one dish that seems very easy to replicate! Even my nephews and niece can master this! :) and it looks delicious too!

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  13. I will always love this Mango Float no matter what the season is. Sarap!

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  14. Float or not I definitely love to eat Mangoes. It's one of my favorite fruits.

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  15. drooling...
    i'm now craving for a mango float, makagawa nga ha,ha

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  16. That mango float really looks super yummy. It's a pity that my boys are allergic to mango or I'll try making it at home.

    Dominique @Dominique's Desk

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    1. Kasayang naman, maybe can find something similar fruits to replace the mangoes.

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  17. Tempting! I made one too last Christmas hehe.. :)

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  18. Hmmm... sarap! I should make one this weekend! I can almost taste it.

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  19. Yummy. I can't remember the last time I made a float, I better whipped something like this and introduce it to my kid.

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  20. I wanna make mango float now! As in NOW! *cravings*

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  21. Love the look of this photo. It looks so delicious as well. Yummy!

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  22. I am sure mommy will love this one because of the mangoes.

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  23. i love making those kind of mango floats in our house:)

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  24. Been making something like this but I put chunks of oreo and fruit cocktail. I'll try fresh mangoes next time since in season naman.

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  25. Wow! Daddy is so right, I love mangoes and this is love. Looks yummy =)

    Mommy Maye

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  26. Thank you for sharing this recipe. I had been looking this recipe because I lvoe mango float.

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  27. Wow this dessert is to die for...love it. So happy you stopped by my space. Following you :-)

    Luv,
    Manju

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    1. Thank you! Manju. I'm following you back:)

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  28. wow ang sarap naman neto and instead chcolate mas OK na fruit like mangga ang gnamit mo! ill share this recipe with my sister and do our own version :P

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  29. I love making mango float when I was back home. I wanted to do here as well whenever I have cravings but the prob is, I couldn't find a variety of mango that is as good as the ones we have in the Philippines.

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    1. Same here also, I only get it during summer:) Thanks

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  30. I miss this! Pupunta kami sa grocery in a few minutes, maybe we should pick up ingredients for this na rin? hehe.

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    1. That sound so good, less ingredients lang naman. Thanks:)

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  31. This reminds me that I still have a pack of graham cracker. Maybe this weekend I will make ref cake.

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  32. Instead of mango float, I made mango cheesecake for our noche buena. Mommy loves that much and Matthew called the cheesecake as keso cake. hehehe

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  33. That looks so yummy and perfect for summer! Lalo na if super cold!

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  34. my mouth literally waters right now! I loooove mango float, as in!

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  35. I love mango and I always make mango float too. It is indeed an easy to prepare dessert.

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  36. Craving for mango float now. Just in time for the mango season now, hehe.

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