Thursday, January 1, 2015

Recipe| How To Make Mango Float

My requirements for a dessert are with three words: Quick, Easy and affordable. If any of those words don't fit in the recipe then I'm off to the next recipe. Yes, lasses, I do that much research before I share recipe's with you. Hoho! 



We decided to stay at home for New Year's Eve and since it would be our first time to spend Media Noche with just the four of us, we definitely needed a complete set up, just enough for us but something quick and less tedious. 



Our menu consisted of Baked Spaghetti, Papatin's special recipe breaded chicken and Mango Float. I tasted this at my sister-in-law's and I knew that I had to make it at home. Suprisingly, it's so simple to make! This Filipino favorite will surely make anyone happy and did you know that you can actually use different types of crackers? Even soda crackers have been used, I personally want to try Lady Fingers. 

All you need are 4 ingredients and you are in for a sweet treat. 



Without futher adieu, here is the recipe: 

2 tetra packs of All-purpose Cream
1 can of Sweetened Condensed Milk
2 Packs of Graham Crackers
2 Large Sweet Mangoes 
Jolly Maraschino Cherries (optional)

Procedure:

First of all you need to chill your All purpose cream at least overnight before you make your Mango Float. Once chilled, whip the all purpose cream. Then add the can of Sweetened Condensed Milk, fold in and DO NOT OVERMIX. Set aside. 



1. Lay your Graham crackers in your tupperware or disposable rectangle tray. 

2. Cover your first layer of Graham Crackers with your milk and cream mixture, then place another layer of crackers and cover again with your milk and cream mixture.

3. Place your mango slices on top of your second layer of crackers, then cover with another layer of crakers. Keep repeating steps 2 and 3 until you have enough layers to reach the top of your tray however leave room and mangoes for your toppings. 

4. On your last layer, after pouring your milk and cream mixture, top with crushed grahams and decorate with your remaining Mango Slices, add cheries for a little more color. 


5. Chill in your refridgerator preferably overnight or ar least 4-6 hours before serving. 

There you go! You have just made Mango Float! Give it a whirl and let me know! 


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3 comments:

  1. Oh this is a favorite! Although there are many different versions on how to do this. Yours sound so pro, heehee. :) Happy New Year, Marie! :)

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    1. Thank you May! It was my first try and since an old school mate was saying she didn't know how to make this, I decided to blog it. Hehe.

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