Are you looking for a refreshing and delightful treat to beat the heat on this hot summer day? Your search ends here with a mango milkshake! Mangoes are delicious, they also contain essential vitamins and minerals.
In this article, we will guide you through the easy steps on how to make a mango milkshake with frozen mango. So, let’s dive in and make dance with your taste buds with this beverage!
The mango milkshake is a combination of creamy, sweet, and tangy flavors. With their vibrant color and tropical taste, they instantly transport you to a sunny paradise. Whether you’re a mango lover or simply looking to cool off during the summer, a mango milkshake is the perfect choice to make a cool summer day!!.
|Recipe Name||Mango Milkshake With Frozen Mango|
|Prep Time||5 minutes|
|Cook Time||15 minutes|
|Total Time||20 minutes|
- 1 Ingredients
- 2 How to make a mango milkshake with frozen mango
- 3 Garnishing
- 4 conclusion
Before we get into the recipe. Let us gather all the necessary ingredients:
- 2 cups of frozen mango pieces
- 1 cup of milk
- 2 scoops of ice cream (vanilla)
- 2 tablespoons of sugar (adjust according to your preference)
- 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract
- A pinch of salt
- Whipped cream (for garnishing)
- Fresh mango slices (for garnishing)
- A blender
- Serving glasses
How to make a mango milkshake with frozen mango
We have everything ready, let’s move on to the step-by-step process of making a delicious mango shake.
Selecting the Perfect Frozen Mangoes
When we are making a mango milkshake, choosing ripe and flavorful mangoes is very important. frozen mango chunks are also a convenient option to get a consistently chilled mango milkshake.
You can also find frozen mangoes in the frozen section of the local grocery stores, wash them thoroughly and cut them into chunks and store them in the refrigerator.
Preparing the Mangoes.
Take out the frozen mango chunks from the refrigerator and rest them and side to get to room temperature. This will make mango slightly thaw which helps them to blend easily. If you like thick milkshake blend the mango chunks directly from the refrigerator.
Blending the Mangoes
Add frozen mango chunks to the blender. Blend until it forms a smooth purée. Make sure that there are no lumps or frozen chunks in the purée.
After making it into a smooth purée, pour 1 cup of milk into the blender. Milk will add criminals to the milkshake and balances the sweetness of the mangoes.
If you prefer a thick milkshake you can add less milk . For a vegan option you can use almond milk or coconut milk.
Sweetening the Milkshake
To enhance the sweetness of the mango milkshake, add sugar according to your taste. First, add 2 spoons of sugar and then adjust as you need.
Remember the sweetness of the mangoes, if they are not sweet then you can add more sugar.
Blending it All Together
To elevate the taste of the milkshake pinch vanilla essence into a blender. Now blend all the ingredients until they are combined with a creamy consistency. Ensure there should be no mango chunks and lumps of ice cream.
Once your mango milkshake is blended, pour it into the serving glasses. Top it with whipped cream along with fresh mango slices. But I have used sabja seeds for garnishing.
Sprinkle some crushed nuts or chocolate chips on the top for extra flavor.
Making a mango milkshake with frozen mango is a very simple process. By following the steps outlined in this article you can create a creamy thick mango milkshake, if you’re hosting a gathering at your home and seeking a tasty doesn’t the mango milkshake is an excellent choice.
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Can you use frozen mango instead of fresh?
Yes, you can use frozen mango instead of fresh mango for making mango shakes. Frozen mango retains its flavor and nutrients, and it also provides a consistently chilled texture to the shake.
How long can frozen mango last?
Frozen mango can last up to 6 to 12 months if stored properly in an airtight container in the freezer. but it is recommended to use it within 3 to 6 months.
Which mango used for mango shake?
The type of mango that is commonly used for making mango milkshakes is the “Alphonso” mango.