Low Fat Mango Fool | Easy Eggless Mango Recipe | Light Mango Dessert


Low fat Mango fool
Low fat Mango fool
Mangoes are in full season, to add to all the mango madness last week my dad came home with a box full of ripe alphonso mangoes. I went mad seeing the amount of mangoes and everytime I would step into the kitchen the whole room would be smelling of sweet ripe mangoes. I wanted to try few recipes using the seasons best, hopefully will share all the mango madness with you here ;-). Adding to the madness as it is, I finally picked up a new DSLR camera after much research and lots of waiting for the best deal I finally am a proud owner of a Nikon D5200 and to treat all of you I made this simple low fat mango fool recipe. Do comment below on your thoughts about the pictures in this post. 

Usually mango fool is made with full fat cream, sugar and lemon zest. I made my own twists to make this dessert light but yet you will not miss all that cream, trust me. Wondering why the name fool? so did I, its from the French word foule which means pureed or crushed. Anyhoo lets run to the recipe now :P


Eggless Mango dessert
Eggless Mango dessert

Mango Yoghurt Dessert
Mango Yoghurt Dessert


Easy Mango Dessert
Easy Mango Dessert
MANGO FOOL RECIPE | LOW FAT MANGO FOOL 

Recipe Source - Own
Serves - 2 
Prep time - 10 mins
Chill time - 20 mins

Ingredients

Ripe Mangoes ( I used alphonso) - 2 medium sized
Thick curd (I used slim dahi from britannia) - 1/2 cup
Sugar - 1 tbsp (substitute with agave nectar/ honey)
Saffron essence - 1 tsp (substitute with cardamom powder 1/4 tsp)

Method

1. Wash the mangoes and cut them into slices, scoop out the pulp with a spoon. 
2. Add the pulp along with sugar and blend until smooth.
3. Strain the puree (highly recommended) to get a smooth pulp discarding any fiber.
4. Transfer the puree to a bowl. With the excess in the mixer add the thick curd, more sugar and blend until smooth.
5. Transfer the yoghurt puree to another bowl.
6. Freeze for 20 mins separately until nice and thick.
7. Take 2 serving jars/ glasses and add chopped mangoes and layer with both puree alternately. 
8. Garnish with mango pieces and mint leaves and serve.
Low Fat mango fool recipe
Low Fat mango fool recipe
COOKS WISDOM

TIP 1

1. I used alphonso mangoes you can use the mango variety of your choice, but make sure the mangoes are nice and ripe.

TIP 2

2. I used thick store bought curd you can use greek yoghurt or any yoghurt of your choice.

TIP 3

3. You can flavour this dessert with cardamom powder, mango essence or even saffron essence.

TIP 4

4. Replace yoghurt with cream for the full fat original version. 

FEW MORE MANGO RECIPES 


12 comments:

  1. Rich and tasty dessert!

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  2. wish to dig in right away,Priya..looks yummmy !!!!

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  3. Looks lip smacking Priya accompanied with soothing snaps.

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  4. loved this yummy dessert...superb clicks...

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  5. wow New dslr pictures looks stuning. nice intro to the name fool :D lovely dessert.

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  6. dee make my blog beautiful too:) just love the new theme
    annd this dessert is super yummm

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  7. Looks truly inviting. Love the clicks and congrats on ur new D5200 :)

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  8. Looks creamy and yummy. Inviting.

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  9. the pics are awesome... love everything about it.. you made it similar to aamrakhand... whatever said, anything mangoes, I am in... :)

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  10. Hard to resist to this luscious dessert,happy to see ur first click with ur new cam sis.

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  11. wow looks inviting...very yumm

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  12. this sounds delicious and your pictures look stunning. However, the sheer number of them explains why it took so long to download your site. Oh well.

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