7 Nov 2010

Mango Royale

If I can remember it right, I was grade 5 or 6 when I first tasted this dessert. My sister made this after she tasted it from a birthday party she attended. Made from layers of crushed crackers, sweetened cream, and slices of mangoes, this dessert is definitely divine. 

Due to the TV ad of a popular all purpose cream brand here in the Philippines, this dessert is now called Mango Float. 

My version doesn't use Graham crackers, what I'm using is the good old Sunflower crackers. Slightly salted crackers balance the sweetness of the sweetened cream. I don't know but I like the taste of the Sunflower cracker than the graham crackers. 
Sunflower Crackers

Here's my version of the Mango Float...my Mango Royale!


3 boxes of 250ml all purpose cream, chilled
1 can of sweetened condensed milk
slices of mangoes (from 3 mangoes)
1 160g pack of sunflower crackers, crushed. (you can use graham crackers if your not a fan of my preferred crackers)


1. Put the crackers in the blender and grind until they turn into fine crumbs. Press half of the crushed crackers into a 9x9 inches baking pan. Set aside. 

2. Mix the cream and all purpose cream until well blended. Pour half of the mixture in the baking pan, on top of the crushed crackers.

3. Arrange the slices of mangoes on top of the cream mixture. 

4. Pour the other half of the cream mixture on top of the mangoes. 

5. Sprinkle the remaining crushed crackers. This will be the final layer. 

6. Chill, if you want the softer version. For those who like frozen delights, freeze them for 6 hours or until set.


1 comment:

ryza said...

looks great... will try this no, and I'm going to use Sunflower crackers as you did...sawa na rin ako sa graham eh...