Mango Float

 Wanna have some cool dessert this weekend? Try this recipe.


1 cup thick cream
2/3 cup condensed milk
3 tbsp. melted butter
1 tsp. vanilla essence
1/2 cup mashed ripe mango
1 or 2 ripe mangoes, thinly sliced
Soda /graham crackers (or any biscuits of your choice)
Few slices of mango for garnish

1. Blend together cream, milk and butter until smooth. Add mashed mango and vanilla, mix well.
2. In a clear dish, arrange 1 layer of soda/graham crackers at the buttom. Add few slices of mango above the crackers, then pour few amount of cream mixture on it. Cover again with the crackers and repeat procedure until all the ingredients are done. Making the cream as the last layer.
3. Garnish with few slices of mango and crushed crakers.
4. Refrigerate for 1 hour.
5. Freeze for another one hour before serving. (optional)

Visit my dessert’s archive  also for more recipes.   Happy weekend everybody!


  1. This looks very good! I think I’ll try it… using peaches and my homemade vanilla extract.


  2. Merry, that’s a good idea, i never tried using peaches before, i wanna try that someday! thanks for visiting my blog…

  3. this make my tummy hungry!!!

    its very yummy
    i was eating this when i was young!!!

    this is our recipe in school when we cook!!!

    ok thnx for this recipe!!!

  4. lani

    hi! i grew up in philippines and this is what we always eat during especial im married i wanna try this one but instead of mangoes i will try to use strawberries because my hubby doesn’t like mangoes.i hope it will taste good…

  5. Paola, you’re welcome 🙂

    Lani, yeah this is very common in Phil. , I think strawberries will be fine also 🙂

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