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Jan 3, 2008

Eggless Homemade Mango Ice cream


Here is a cool recipe from my dear friend Priya. With just few ingredients, she perpared delicious creamy mango ice cream. I am sharing the ice cream and the recipe that she gave me.


Ingredients:

Kraft Cool whip - whipped topping - 1 tub

Condensed milk - 1 can

Evaported milk - 1 can

Mango pulp - 1 cup

Method:

Thaw the cool whip to room temperature. Mix all of the above ingredients thoroughly (don't have to use a blender or a mixer, just mix all ingredients) and freeze. Mango ice cream is ready.

variations:

Substitute ground almonds, saffron and elaichi for wonderful kesar pista.

Use rose essence and rose coloring for rose ice-cream.

You can try other flavors using the above method as well.
This is my entry to "Recipes for the rest of us" event hosted by Ramki of One page cookbooks.

31 comments:

Asha said...

Condensed makes it great tasting without eggs of course! Looks great. It's very very cold here since yesterday, so I will have to wait until Summer to make this. Love Mango Ice Cream!:)

Anonymous said...

what is that cool whip, can u pls elaborate what it is?

Mythreyee said...

Thanks Asha, We could not wait until summer. We enjoyed this for New Year eve.

Regarding the cool whip, in the US, Cool Whip is a non-dairy dessert topping which is similar to whipped cream. It was introduced in 1966 by Kraft Foods and consists mainly of processed vegetable oils and high fructose corn syrup.

Nags said...

condensed milk in anything makes it yummmm :)

easycrafts said...

hey, I love to have icecreams during winters more than in summers...for once i can be sure while eating icecream that it is eggless

indosungod said...

Mythreyee, Happy New Year!
I'd take the Mango Ice Cream any day. Forget about the cold freezing wind blowing outside, can't wait till summer to try this out :)

Padmaja said...

Mythreyee
LOvely mago ice cream dear but u know what, its freezing here and we just recovered from a series of illnesses so will wait till spring to try this one!! But that picture is making me crave for one right way

Mythreyee said...

yes nags, I use condensed milk in most of the payasams that I make. So yum.

easy crafts, I like to have ice cream in winter too. But will follow with a glass of warm water.

Indosungod, Thanks! Sure, try this one and you will stop buying ice cream from outside.

Padmaja, Its pouring outside here in California and rains are expected until Sunday. Good that the weather was awesome when we had this ice cream during the December holidays.

Susan from Food Blogga said...

How delightfully refreshing and simple to make! And you don't even need an ice cream maker?

Red Chillies said...

Waht a neat idea! How did you mix this together, hand, blender?

Anjali@supremespice.com said...

Very cool dessert.
This would be a great dessert for summer birthdays.

Laavanya said...

Mythreyee, this is my first visit to your blog. Am sorry I missed it all these days. Love it!
The mango icecream looks fabulous and can't believe how easy it is to put together. Have bookmarked this to try. Thank you.

Roopa said...

looks yum and mouth watering

Mythreyee said...

Yes Susan. No Ice cream maker. The ice cream is not too buttery. Its all milky, the way I like.

Red Chilli, Just blend in a blender. Its that easy. Next time I want to try with my favorite ingredient Saffron.

laavanya, thanks a lot.

Roopa, Thanks!

Mythreyee said...

anjali, thanks! and thanks for dropping by.

Anamika:The Sugarcrafter said...

Dear Mythreyee
Greetings to you from Botswana. Loved the recipe of eggless homemade mango ice cream. It's summer time here, so might as well try it.

Sagari said...

lovely ice cream mytheyee with out egg looks sp creamy and delecious

USHA said...

HI Mythre,

With little ingredients...you have given a delicious Mango icecream...thanks for your friend who has shared this wonderful delight...

DEEPA said...

oh oh !!This is so very ymmy dessert as condensed milk is one ingredent ....

Mythreyee said...

Anamika, sagari, usha, deepa: Thanks!

seena said...

Looks so simple!
Can I use ordinary cream instead of cool whip?
Just came to check , is the page rank is back, it is back! :)

Mythreyee said...

I have not tried seena. May be it will come out well.

Sia said...

sankarnthi wishes to u dear:)

Pooja said...

Loot at this ! it looks so tempting.
you did a magic by making me craving for ice cream in this winter Mythreyee.
i love mango in all form and so does hubby. will try it an let you know
thanks for sharing.
-Pooja

Mythreyee said...

Thanks Sia. I invited relatives for dinner and celebrated sankranthi very well.

Pooja, like like same same. I love mangoes in any form. I am planning to make mango halwa.

Amar said...

Good recipe!!!

TBC said...

That is so simple to make yet and has the look of something that has been made after slogging away in the kitchen.:-)

Mythreyee said...

amar and tbc, thanks!

Laavanya said...

I made this yday and we all loved it.. so did our guests. No one believed when I told them how simple it was. Thanks for this superb recipe.

Mythreyee said...

Thanks Laavanya for your feedback. I am glad you all liked it. Try with a different flavor next time.

Sanctified Spaces said...

Hi,

Nice recipe.What is the substitute for cool whip coz i live in chennai and is evaporated milk another name for milk powder??