I came across an ice cream recipe on Crunchy Creamy Sweet
that only used 3 ingredients: evaporated milk, sugar and vanilla. I was very curious and excited hoping this would be the low fat ice cream I was looking for! It is a soft serve ice cream. I tried the original recipe but haven't been able to get the amount of sugar to our liking. I found it amazing how 1 tin of evaporated milk chilled whipped up like whipping cream and in only 40 seconds! I wanted to give this ice cream another try and I also had some mangoes that were on the verge of going bad so I decided to adapt the recipe to make mango ice cream. We all really enjoyed it! The mango version isn't soft serve since the water from the mangoes freezes. We actually prefer this ice cream to a post I did back in July
. It isn't as sweet and has a nice fresh mango flavour. Since no ice cream machine is used it is a bit time consuming since you have to keep putting it in the freezer and then taking it out to whip up. If you do decide to use your ice cream maker, for mine it was too much ice cream and I would have to do it in 2 steps.
Fresh Mango Ice Cream
Adapted from Crunchy Creamy Sweet
1 tin evaporated milk, chilled in the fridge overnight
3/4 cup sugar
4 Atafulo mangoes, peeled and diced
Pour the chilled evaporated milk into the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the whisk attachment. Whip on high speed for 40 seconds. Slowly add the sugar while whipping the evaporated milk. Put the bowl in the freezer for 1 hour.
Meanwhile, puree the mango (I used my immersion blender for this).
Once the hour is up, whip the ice cream for 1 minute at high speed. Carefully mix in the pureed mango with a spatula. Put in the freezer for 1 hour.
Again whip the ice cream on medium speed for 1 minute. Transfer to a container and freeze until set.
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slurrppp...mouth watery recipeReplyDelete
So simple and yummy recipe.. Sure to tryReplyDelete
yumm yumm !!! so going to make thisReplyDelete
Wow, this is awesome, will definitely try it.ReplyDelete
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looks fabulous a favourite type of ice creamReplyDelete
ice cream looks fantastic... simple and delicious.. thanks for sharing the recipe..ReplyDelete
my husband LOVES mango ice cream! and I love how the ingredients are so simple; even the directions are simple! I love it, and inshAllah I will try it soon :)ReplyDelete
Creamilicious and flavorful ice creamReplyDelete
Creamy and fruity! Yes, please! And just 3 ingredients - this is a must try recipe. :)ReplyDelete
Mango Ice-cream, my favorite! This looks so simple & easy to make, yummy!ReplyDelete
This recipe is so simple and the ice cream looks yummy.ReplyDelete
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Delicious creamy icecream, an easy must try recipeReplyDelete
Wow looks greatReplyDelete
I love how this only uses 3 ingredients...it looks perfect! My hubby's favorite flavor of ice cream is mango so I think I might make it for him. :)ReplyDelete
I am so glad you tried my ice cream recipe! Mango version sounds fabulous!
Thanks for letting me know. Have a great week!
This looks fantastic! Found you on the Not Your Ordinary Recipes blog party.ReplyDelete
I came across your post on Spicie Foodie's YBR, and I'm so glad I did! I love accessible recipes like this that have nothing but flavor and simplicity written all over them. Thank you for sharing, and I'm looking forward to trying it out this weekend if I get the chance to buy some mangoes!ReplyDelete
looks tempting & delicious...mouthwatering!ReplyDelete
This recipe looks like it'd be delicious and easy! I only wish it were a bit warmer so I could try it. :)ReplyDelete
I love that not only is it egg-free, you don't need a machine to make it! Mangoes are one of my favorite fruits :)ReplyDelete
Thank you for linking up to Tasty Thursday - your recipe was one of the most clicked and will be featured on Saturday!
I just finished a pint of mango sorbet. This looks better. I will pin this for later.ReplyDelete
I can't wait for ice cream season to come back. Your recipe sounds really good. Thanks for being a part of the YBR:)ReplyDelete
Thanks for sharing such a yummy post regarding mangoes. Unfortunately many people in theReplyDelete
Pakistan do not afford to have them.
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