Delicious No-bake Dessert - Mango Float
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Perfect dessert for any occasion...
Mango float is a delicious no-bake dessert recipe that you can make at home without using special equipment or cooking devices. The ingredients are easy to find in the grocery as well. This is a perfect dessert that you and your family members will surely love. I love making mango float for my family because aside from the fact that it's so easy to make, it is very delicious, budget-friendly and of course you healthy because vitamins that you can get from the fruit. You can make this dessert during special occasions like birthdays, anniversaries, Christmas, Thanksgiving and all other occasions that you can think of.
There are only a few ingredients to remember and a very easy-to-follow steps on how to make this delicious no-bake dessert recipe. I first tasted this dessert when I was in grade school, from then on it has been one of my favorite desserts.
Just a helpful tip, remember to use fresh and ripe mangoes in making your mango float because sour mango will spoil its taste! Just follow the easy steps and you'll be a dessert expert in no time! I hope you'll try this recipe today.
- 1 can (14 oz) Condensed milk
- 3 Large pieces Ripe mangoes, cut into thin pieces
- 2 packs (250 ml) All-purpose cream
- 1 pack (200 grams) Graham cracker
- Combine the condensed milk and the all-purpose cream in a bowl and make sure to mix it well. You don't have the beat the mixture, just mix it well until the color and texture is even.
- Prepare the mangoes next. You wash first the mangoes properly with water before peeling them, just to avoid contamination. Peel them and cut them into flat and thin pieces. You can set a side a few pieces of mangoes to be used as a design for your masterpiece.
- You need to use a square or rectangular plastic or glass container. Make sure that the container is completely dry. Using a square/rectangle container, arrange the graham crackers at the bottom (this serves as the first layer). Just make sure that the bottom of the container is evenly covered with graham crackers because it will serve as a base.
- After the first layer of graham crackers are arranged properly, put the mangoes on top of it. Just make sure to cover the crackers with mangoes evenly. It all depends on you on how much mango pieces that you will use, the more mangoes the yummier it gets but just make sure that they are evenly spread out.
- After the mangoes are arranged, spread the condensed milk and all-purpose cream mixture over the mangoes. Just spread it out evenly until the whole space is covered with the mixture.
- And then repeat the process by putting the crackers on top, and then the mangoes, and then the mixture. Easy right?
- You're almost done! After you fill the container, just finish it by sprinkling crushed graham cracker on top.
- Place the finished product in the fridge overnight.
|Serving size: 1 slice|
|Calories from Fat||54|
|% Daily Value *|
|Fat 6 g||9%|
|Saturated fat 2 g||10%|
|Unsaturated fat 1 g|
|Carbohydrates 54 g||18%|
|Sugar 41 g|
|Fiber 2 g||8%|
|Protein 5 g||10%|
|Cholesterol 12 mg||4%|
|Sodium 198 mg||8%|
|* The Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet, so your values may change depending on your calorie needs. The values here may not be 100% accurate because the recipes have not been professionally evaluated nor have they been evaluated by the U.S. FDA.|
How To Pick The Perfect Mango
Picking the perfect ripe mango for this delicious no-bake dessert recipe is very crucial. The quality of the mango is the make or break of this recipe. You should make sure not to use an overly ripe nor slightly ripe mango. Overly ripe mangoes might cause stomach problems, while the slightly ripe mangoes will taste sour, which is a no no.
You need to use your 3 senses in order to get the perfect mango, and these are your sense of touch, sight and smell. Here are a few tips that you can follow in choosing the perfect mango for your dessert.
1. Sense of touch - the feel of the mango should be slight soft. If you push the fruit using your thumb, it should not sink otherwise it's already overripe.
2. Sense of sight - visually, the mango should be rounded and full. The black or brown spots on the skin is just normal. Wrinkled outer skin of the mango is a sign that it's already overripe. The most common mango variant is yellow, so if you'll look at it, a ripe mango should be bright yellow.
3. Sense of smell - try to smell the mango from the stem. It should smell sweet rather than sour or alcohol odor.