Mango Ginger Delight

Mango, is a delicious juicy tropical fruit that is also said to be the King of Fruits. In India there are many variety of Mango, there are Badami, Alphonso, Totapuri to name a few. There are different variety of mangoes all around the world too but my favorite mango is Alphonso Mango

This recipe is easy, kid friendly recipe and tastes absolutely delightful. You could use any type of Ginger Biscuit for this recipe. You could also increase the quantity of Sweetened Condensed Milk if you like it to be sweeter.  This recipe is an inspiration from the Filipino dessert call Mango Float, it has the same ingredients except the biscuit used in their recipe is Graham Crackers.

The below recipe makes 12 mini dessert or a single dessert using a 31×20 cm Rectangular Glass Container.


4 Ripe Mangoes finely chopped

225gms of Ginger Snaps/Biscuits

500gm Whipping Cream

300gm Sweetened Condensed Milk


Crush 2-3 Ginger biscuits to fine powder and set aside.

In a bowl, mix sweetened condensed milk and whipping cream. Then whip it to soft peaks and set it aside.


Take your desired serving dish, a glass container or the mini container. Layer the biscuit first.


Then add a thick layer of cream mixture.


Then add a thin layer of chopped mango.


Continue to alternate layers of biscuit, cream and mango.


Garnish with crushed biscuit powder, and few mango pieces.


Cover with cling wrapper or cover with its container cover and place in the fridge for at least 12 hours or overnight for best results.

Enjoy chilled.


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