Mango & Greek Yoghurt Ice-cream

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Mango & Greek Yoghurt Ice-cream

Mango & Greek Yoghurt Ice-cream

This dreamy, creamy Mango & Greek Yoghurt Ice-cream is made with purely 3 ingredients- Mango, Yoghurt and Sugar. There is no churning or using an ice cream maker to win over your loved ones’ appreciation. They are going to drool once they taste this delectable and healthy option this summer. There is a wrong notion that Diabetic or Weight Watchers should refrain from eating mangoes.  But actually, there is no harm in eating in moderation. What is more, they are stacked with Fibre, Vitamin C, and Beta-Carotene.

Mangoes in summer are irresistible and there are myriad recipes that have mango as the main ingredient. Make full use of them while the season lasts.

I am sure you are all treating the King of fruits like royalty. I have shared a similar recipe as a Mango Yoghurt pudding but the heat this summer led me to modify it to a colder version.

Can I ask you to try it out while the fresh juicy golden mangoes are lighting up the market? You can ask the kids to make it and it will be a great time bonding with them while making their favourite Ice-Cream.

How to make Mango & Greek Yoghurt Ice-cream

Cream and condensed milk are full of calories and if you are lactose intolerant, you have to give the dessert a teary goodbye. But you are at liberty to cheat with this Mango & Greek Yoghurt Ice-cream. You can use frozen mango juice and store-bought Greek yoghurt. I have all the time in the world so I use fresh mangoes and juice them out. The yoghurt I make with fresh milk and then hang it to get a thick creamy consistency.

Summers make cooking a grilling experience. I opt for no-cook recipes that are no sweat and make me stay cool, like these Mango Custard, . Easy Mango Sago Pearl Swirl, No-Cook No Churn Mango Ice Cream, Creamy Mango Sago Floats, Natural Tasting Mango-Coconut Jelly, Mango Puri or Deep Fried Unleavened Mango Bread,  Creamy Mango Phirni,  Mango Kulfi Falooda,  Mango Popsicles

Recipe

Just the pureed mango swirled with Greek yoghurt and sweetened with regular sugar or demerara sugar which I generally use; the result is a palate teasing, cool, satiny, creamy, divine Mango ice cream.

INGREDIENTS

 1 large Cup of Mango Puree

½  cup Greek Yoghurt

 ½ cup sugar (refined or demerara)

METHOD

Firstly, dip 2 mangoes in a bowl of water. This is a Dadi Maa ka Nuskha and don’t forget that dadi didn’t study science. Now everyone is dunking the mangoes before eating. I would never understand my mom’s mantra of soaking mangoes in a bucket of water for 30 minutes. But now research says that the water helps in stripping the surplus Phytochemicals which can create heat in the body. These Phyto-chemicals then act as fat busters.

Secondly, dice the mangoes and puree them in a blender. I have used juicy mangoes and just squeezed the juice out.

Consequently, hand the yoghurt in a muslin cloth for 30 minutes. The whey will seep put and the yoghurt is thick and creamy.

Next, add the sugar, mango juice and yoghurt to a blender and whip until they blend impeccably.

Now, you can pour it into a bowl, an ice cream tin or in individual cups. From a bowl or tin, you can scoop out the soft rolled scoops.

But, I used disposable paper cups that are easy to unmould and stuck a wooden popsicle stick in each.

Finally, place the ice cream in the freezer. Your Mango & Greek Yoghurt Ice-cream is ready to devour in a couple of hours. There is no need to churn it again and there are no icicles.

The popsicles will disappear before you say, Marilyn Monroe!

Mango & Greek Yoghurt Ice-cream

Notes

  1. Do not over whip the mango puree and yoghurt or you will have only a gooey mess left.
  2. You can add a squeeze of lime for a tangy taste.

This blog post is part of the blog challenge ‘Blogaberry Dazzle’ hosted by Cindy D’Silva and Noor Anand Chawla.’ —-

Mango & Greek Yoghurt Ice-cream
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  1. Firstly, dip 2 mangoes in a bowl of water. This is a Dadi Maa ka Nuskha and don’t forget dadi didn’t study science. Now everyone is dunking the mangoes before eating. I would never understand my mom’s mantra of soaking mangoes in a bucket of water for 30 minutes. But now research says that the water helps strip the surplus Phytochemicals which can create heat in the body. These Phyto-chemicals then act as fat busters.
  2. Secondly, dice the mangoes and puree them in a blender. I have used juicy mangoes and just squeezed the juice out.
  3. Consequently, hand the yoghurt in a muslin cloth for 30 minutes. The whey will seep put and the yoghurt is thick and creamy.
  4. Next, add the sugar, mango juice and yoghurt to a blender and whip until they blend impeccably.
  5. Now, you can pour it into a bowl, an ice cream tin or in individual cups. You can scoop out the soft rolled scoops from a bowl or tin.
  6. But, I used disposable paper cups that are easy to unmould and stuck a wooden popsicle stick in each.
  7. Finally, place the ice cream in the freezer. Your Mango & Greek Yoghurt Ice-cream is ready to devour in a couple of hours. There is no need to churn it again and there are no icicles.
  8. The popsicles will disappear before you say, Jack Robinson!
Recipe Notes

Notes

1. Do not over whip the mango puree and yoghurt or you will have only a gooey mess left.

2. You can add a squeeze of lime for a tangy taste.  

Mango & Greek Yoghurt Ice-cream

Harjeet Kaur

Harjeet Kaur

My writing was limited to school essays and projects for my kids and out of the blue, my writing career began with writing articles for the magazine section of The Hindu. I had a weekend column in the newspaper which was well appreciated. Juggling my time between various jobs down the years and my writing, I have written content for fliers, brochures for colleges, speeches, social media content and also website content I love writing and I am open to writing on a plethora of topics. My blog has interesting insights into my life and travels, gardening, beauty, grooming, recipes, mental health and sustainability. I am a freelance content writer and the answer to all your content generation needs. I thrive on writing and content writing gets my adrenaline pumping. Stringing words and vocabulary is my passion as well as my bread and butter. Whether it is lifestyle content, ghostwriting, blogging, features, or articles, covers the whole gamut of writing that I can pen down. My writing has been much appreciated as it attracts, engrosses as well as captivates. I love to write on any interesting topic under the sun. Meeting new people and understanding what makes them tick is always enlightening. Communication is my strong point and I get across my thoughts right from the heart. An avid and dedicated blogger, my blog is valued by family and friends alike. My blog is ranked 14 in the Top 100 Lifestyle Blogs in India. I love to cook for family and friends and my secret ingredient- “love” is abundantly used in my cooking. It covers myriad interesting topics. I am a passionate home chef and am all for a healthy balanced diet with simple, easy-to-cook recipes. What I do is transform traditional recipes into gourmet by the turn of my ladle. Do read my blogs to know me better.

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Comments 32

  1. I think I’d finish it before I kept it to freeze! Hahaha!

  2. Flavia Cutinho says:

    Something yummy looking and surely tasting, is what you have shared here, I like how it is very simple, gonna give it a shot for sure.

  3. Neeta Kadam says:

    Yuummyyy… Mangoes are in season means I have a last batch of the mango, before rain comes. Simple no cook recipe. I have made mango phirni which taste awesome. My daughter will love to eat this homemade mango ice cream. She will love to make by her now.

  4. Kaveri Chhetri says:

    Thank you Harjeet, I will like make it right away… I am going…. hahaha. It’s so simple n looks so yummy and irrestible. Thank you again.

  5. This is the oldest way how I have seen my mum making ice cream for me. You sharing this recipe was a great reminder.

  6. sonu chouhan says:

    It’s just wow..i am going to try this today itself.everyone in my house …are mango lovers and during summer everyday ice cream or kulfi is must.ibam gonna try this recipe.you are amazing .loved all your post mam.

  7. Madhu Bindra says:

    These popsicles look really tempting. I used to make mango ice cream a lot when my kids were younger. I am going to try it with greek yogurt next time. Thank you for sharing the recipe.

  8. Brinda Vijay says:

    Looks so easy to make! And looks so yummy! I’m saving this recipe for my daughters. You always have such nice recipes Harjeet

    • Aurora M says:

      I add little of cream also the the taste of yoghurt. . One doubt, while writing comment , I can’t read the words I am writing. The background of comment box is white and the color of words also white ???

  9. Ritu Bindra says:

    Love this lighter version of the regular mango ice cream. Reminded me of my childhood. I am going to try it right away. Thanks for sharing this super easy recipe.

  10. Sonia dogra says:

    Wow Harjeet. I loved this easy breezy summer recipe. Thank you for sharing. Looks so tempting.

  11. It looks so amazing. Mango is really the OG fruit out there. Another brilliant recipe coming out of it.

  12. This looks absolutely lip smacking and delicious and with the mango season going on will try it out today itself. Thanks Harjeetji for such an amazing recipe.

  13. Mango plus yogurt in ice-cream….just reading the recipe itself I can feel how tasty it would be….am surely going to try it.

  14. This looks simple to make yet delicious and perfect for summer! Def going to try my hand at it

  15. Wow with the mango season in this is definitely gonna be a hit at my place. Wil try this soon

  16. Mango is everything, literally one of the most-awaited fruits and truly the king. Thanks for sharing yet another excuse for me to eat mangoes. Will surely try this one.

  17. Pooja Jha says:

    Wow! Such tempting recipe this is. I am try this soon, I love mangoes and yes we are treating the king of fruits as royals.😊

  18. Neelam says:

    One of my favourite Yoghurt recipes

  19. Kavita Singh says:

    This had me drooling, yogurt and mango both are my absolute favorite. I think I am going to make this over the weekend, thank you for sharing the recipe 🙂

  20. Ruchi Verma says:

    I just can’t resist, wish I can hop your home to have it. Will surely try for my kids they just love mangoes.

  21. Such a perfect recipe for summer season. here mango has started coming just few days ago . I would love to try this ice cream recipe with my girls and let you know how they liked it. thanks dear for sharing wonderful recipe with us.

  22. Till we go into the ice cream part the recipe is similar to that of Mango shrikhand since it uses hung curd, sugar and mango puree too. Ice cream gives it a lovely twist though.

  23. I am a fan of Frozen yogurts and with mangoes being still in season, let me try and indulge in these mango and Greek yogurt ice creams to my heart’s content!

  24. MeenalSonal says:

    Frozen items in summers is always a delightful and that dish having Mango is cherry on the cake. Thanks for the tip in the end to be cautious about.

  25. Swati Mathur says:

    I love anything with mango. And once again simple and quick recipe. In Summer’s anything cold is very refreshing, would love to try this.

  26. Neha Sharma says:

    We love mangoes and I love experimenting various recipes with mango. This one looks so easy, I will ask my son to help me in making this. He has developed an interest in cooking recently, he will enjoy making this.

  27. Judy Morris says:

    Great tips and recipe Harjeet ji. I am surely making this ice cream which also looks very yummy and healthy. Also dunking mangoes for 30 minutes in water was quite an information.

  28. It sound me like mango shrikhand that is frozen. May be I am wrong, I use to make it like this. It taste yummy.

  29. Noor Anand Chawla says:

    Summer season is mango season and the ice-cream you have shown here looks so appetising and inviting! I can’t wait to make my own and dig in!

  30. Jyoti says:

    Wow this recipe is so easy peasy . I will like make it tommorow only . It’s so simple n looks so yummy and irrestible. Thank you again.

  31. Ah, this sounds like a really relishing dessert for the summers. Who doesnt love mangoes and when paired with Greek Yoghurt it has an appeal irresistible. A must-try.

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