Easy Home-Made Mango Ice Cream: How to Make in 8 Steps

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Eating healthy in today’s world can be challenging, depending on what is readily available to you. Desserts are no exception. They can have lots of sugar, but why not try the home-made mango ice cream?

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Make Home-Made Mango Ice Cream in 8 Easy Steps

This recipe is easy to make and uses little time and fewer ingredients. Here’s how to make it.

  1. Get ripe frozen mangoes from your local store or buy ripe mangoes, cut them into chunks and freeze them.
  2. Pour coconut milk into the blender first, as it helps the blending process.
  3. Add the frozen mangoes in the blender.
  4. Pour in some honey.
  5. Add lemon juice, though it’s optional.
  6. Blend the ingredients together until creamy.
  7. Serve it as it is, or freeze it for about four hours in containers (freezing for longer periods may make it hard to scoop).
  8. After four hours, you can serve and add toppings like nuts.

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This home-made mango ice cream is healthier than normal ice cream. Try it out and see your family and friends enjoy its flavor! 

The YouTube video is courtesy of Chef Lola. She likes sharing her love for cooking.

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