Mango Mousse (without eggs)

Anything with Mango is delicious. I wanted to make mango smoothie but without eggs/gelatin. Had some heavy whipping cream in fridge, so thought of using that.  I have prepared mousse with eggs before, but this was my first attempt with heavy whipping cream. Happy that it came out good! This mango mousse is super easy. Only four ingredients, no gelatin, no eggs and no cooking needed.

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Mango Mousse

Preparation Time : 10 min | Freezing Time : 5 hours | Serves : 3

Recipe Category: Dessert

Ingredients: 

Pureed mangoes – 1/2 cup

Heavy Whipping cream – 1/2 cup

Pureed Mangoes (for topping) – 2 tbsp

Sugar – 2-3 tbsp

Vanilla – 1/8 tsp

Method:

  • Mix pureed mango (I have blended mango pulp with 1 tsp of water) and vanilla in a bowl. In a separate bowl, whisk Whipping Cream with sugar for 5 mins and set aside

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  • Blend the mango pulp and the whisked cream together. Scoop into serving glass (about half glass)

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  • Top it with some pureed mango and refrigerate for at least 5 to 6 hours

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Check my other Mango Recipes,

Mango Ice Cream

Mango Kulfi

Mango Halwa

Mango Milkshake

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16 thoughts on “Mango Mousse (without eggs)

  1. wattwurmnashi June 30, 2014 at 4:39 AM Reply

    It’ll just taste different with cream instead of eggs. You could also cook unwhipped double cream [›40%] with blended mango in a water bath in the oven for a sort of pot de crème, it’ll come out tasting quite different from your mousse as well. Bit of a hassle when you’re looking for something low-effort 😉 but worth it

    • Traditionally Modern Food June 30, 2014 at 10:38 AM Reply

      Thanks for suggesting varitaion:) I wil try it sometime

      • wattwurmnashi July 1, 2014 at 1:08 AM

        Mango pudding [cook mango juice with milk or, for a richer version, ›30% cream, + corn starch] with a topping of mango jelly is also always a compliment fisher. It takes a bit of time though because you you obviously gotta prepare the jelly first, let it set in the mould & only then you can put the pudding on top & then that needs to set as well. & then for extra wow factor you could for example decorate the whole thing with vanilla whipped cream after unmoulding. I’ve found the pudding tastes much nicer if you let it sit in the fridge for at least 24 h although for the jelly it doesn’t make much of a difference I find.
        O.K. I’m gonna stop spamming you with mango “recipes” 😀

      • Traditionally Modern Food July 1, 2014 at 5:26 AM

        Thanks for Mango pudding Recipe:) will try it soon..no you are not spamming happy to get recipes from you

      • wattwurmnashi July 10, 2014 at 6:31 AM

        I could probably go on forever but I’m gonna reign myself in, you have enough suggestions for now 😉

      • Traditionally Modern Food July 10, 2014 at 10:30 AM

        Ha ha:) I go crazy when it comes to mangoes, so trying recipes with mangoes:)

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  6. Cheesy Biscuit May 26, 2014 at 4:32 AM Reply

    Mmmm! I wish I could eat that right now 🙂

  7. Patty Nguyen May 23, 2014 at 8:14 PM Reply

    This looks soo good! I love anything with mangoes in it!!

  8. Lori May 22, 2014 at 10:36 PM Reply

    Absolutely wonderful!! I love that you made it without eggs …so simple and yet so refreshing! Awesome idea!

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