Mango Float

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I remember my mom and me used to buy mangoes every time we go to the market. Mango is my first favorite fruit, like I can eat this everyday. I used to save one kg for myself only and to tell you the truth, I can eat three mangoes in one sitting only… that’s how much I love mangoes. When we have mangoes at home, we make Mango Float for dessert. This is one of my favorite desserts and my siblings as well. This is a very easy recipe but has been an all-time love of mine.

I really don't measure. I think you can put as much as you want. You just have to make sure the condensed milk doesn't overpower the cream. :)
I really don’t measure. I think you can put as much as you want. You just have to make sure the condensed milk doesn’t overpower the cream. 🙂
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And I think, you can put more than two layers if you prefer. I just want mine like this. :)
And I think, you can put more than two layers if you prefer. I just want mine like this. 🙂
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7 thoughts on “Mango Float

    1. I prefer to let it stay in the fridge for a few hours. For others, they prefer freezing it. Well, you can also let the mangoes, cream and condensed milk cool inside the fridge before making this, so you can eat this yummy dessert immediately. But, if you don’t mind this dessert to be on room temperature, you can dig in as soon as you’re done assembling them. 😉

    2. Oh my! I am so sorry if it took me too long to reply. I am sure I replied few days ago but I think there was something wrong with my internet connection. Anyway, to answer your question – I let this set inside the fridge for few hours before serving because I love it cold but soft. For others, they love it firm so they put this dessert in the freezer. And for others, they let all ingredients chill inside the fridge (before making the dessert) so when they finish making this, they can dig in immediately. 😉

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