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Tasty Mango Float Dessert Filipino Dessert Recipe

Updated on May 30, 2013

Filipino Dessert Recipe - Mango Float

How to make a Tasty Mango Float Dessert

When we talk about desserts one word that will often pop-up is "TASTY". Speaking of tasty desserts, one of my favorites is the Mango Float. Mango float, is a well known and delicious Filipino dessert that anyone will love. If you love Mangoes, this is the dessert that will make you salivate and cry for more. A tasty dessert that is very convenient if your on a tight budget, but still looking for something to wow your friends at your next party or potluck. Mango float is affordable and it doesn't take a lot of time to make. See below for the ingredients and procedures for making your own Mango float. Regardless if you were eating your favorite adobo, pancit, or letchon manok, wrapping up the meal is the perfect slightly sweet treat to round out a meal.

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Mango Float with Whipped Cream on Top
Mango Float with Whipped Cream on Top | Source
Graham Crackers for Mango Float
Graham Crackers for Mango Float | Source
Sliced Mango
Sliced Mango | Source
Heavy Whipping Cream
Heavy Whipping Cream | Source
1 Layer of Mango Float
1 Layer of Mango Float | Source
Layer of Sliced Mango Fruit
Layer of Sliced Mango Fruit | Source
Mango Float with Cream Mixture
Mango Float with Cream Mixture | Source
Layer of Graham Crackers
Layer of Graham Crackers | Source
Graham with Mango Float Cream Mixture
Graham with Mango Float Cream Mixture | Source
Ready for final part of Mango Float
Ready for final part of Mango Float | Source
Mango Float Ready to be Chilled
Mango Float Ready to be Chilled | Source

Ingredients for Making Mango Float

Ingredients:
3 ripe mangoes
A couple packages of Graham crackers (honey and chocolate flavor either will work well)
1 can condensed milk
1 can all-purpose cream (heavy cream will work)
1 Plastic or glass dish for your mango float assembly (square or rectangular shape)

Procedures for Making This Dessert

Procedures:
1. Prepare the dish where you will put your Mango float dessert, making sure that it is fully cleaned.
2. Clean and wash the mangoes thoroughly, and peel them using a sharp knife to get rid of the mango skin.Then cut the mangoes meat into thin flat pieces, or whatever you desired.
3. In a clean bowl put the condensed milk and all-purposed cream together, then stir it for a few minutes until it is totally mixed.
4. Fill the bottom part of the dish with graham crackers, if you see empty space that was not filled with crackers, get 2-3 pieces of graham crackers and crush it with your hands and pour it in the unfilled space in the container.
5.Using a spoon, add a decent amount of the mixed condensed milk and cream and spread it on the graham crackers in the dish or Tupperware.
6.Next, flood it with slices of mangoes, then add milk and cream again and spread it evenly.
7.Repeat steps,4,5 and 6.
8. Top layers should be mangoes, then added with condensed milk and cream and spread it with crush grahams.

Delicious Fruit Dessert

Put your finished mango float dessert in the freezer let it cool until hard enough to eat. Share it with your friends and family. Make your day sweet and delighted with your alluring and mouthwatering Mango Float Dessert. It can also be placed in the freezer for overnight and will store for many days in the freezer if you need to plan ahead and make dessert beforehand. If you don't give the dessert time to settle and soak into all of the graham crackers it is too brittle, but after a few hours the ingredients really start to melt together in a sweet, creamy, and crunchy dessert.
If you want a little extra special treat you can add a squirt or two of whipping cream to the piece of mango float before you serve it.
While Mangoes are in season this is a great dessert to share with friends and take with you to summer BBQ's and parties.

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    • FullOfLoveSites profile image

      FullOfLoveSites 

      5 years ago from United States

      I had mango cheesecake last year, my first. And I can say that I prefer that over the usual blueberry cheesecake! I will definitely try this recipe, and pair it with mango shake (it's summer here in my place). Thanks for sharing! Up and useful, awesome. :)

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      arnel rebucas 

      6 years ago

      wow nman yellow mangoes

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      karren bliss 

      6 years ago

      it is so delisious

    • CZCZCZ profile imageAUTHOR

      CZCZCZ 

      6 years ago from Oregon

      Thanks for the comment, it is one of our favorites, look for the yellow mangoes if you can find them they tend to be the best over the more common reddish green variety.

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      Mary 

      6 years ago from Washington

      I love mangoes. Thank you for such a yummy looking recipe. I think I will make this one after Easter. Yum!

    • Ms._Info profile image

      Ms._Info 

      6 years ago from New Jersey

      I love mangoes! This recipe sounds yummy. Can't wait to try it.

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      ignugent17 

      7 years ago

      Wow looks so good.

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      Carolina 

      7 years ago from Switzerland

      I have eaten a mango cake in the Phil., it was so delicious. Thanks for sharing, got to try your recipe.

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      jundric 

      7 years ago

      wow ang sarap nyan..i like that

    • Dexter Yarbrough profile image

      Dexter Yarbrough 

      7 years ago from United States

      Thank you for sharing this great recipe. I am going to give it a try. I love mangoes.

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