Mango Milkshake with dry fruits and Kesar

Mango Milkshake with dry fruits and Kesar (Saffron)


Summer is here, I see different varieties of mangoes everywhere. I heard there are more than 10 varieties of Mangoes grows in India. Out of these I like Mulgoba and Banganapalli Mangoes. I always make mango milkshakes and store it in the refrigerator before I go out. So that when I am back home, I have something to indulge myself in a yummy shake. Trust me, it’s very filling and I don’t feel like having anything for at least an hour. After all Mango is a King of Fruits. 

Note: Since there are so many varieties, you need to choose the mangoes properly for milkshakes or juices. Some are very fibrous. You need something easy to peel and sweet.

I have added Organic Brown Sugar instead of white sugar, You can alternatively use jaggery as well. It tastes good.

Mango Milkshake with dry fruits and Kesar
Mango Milkshake with dry fruits and Kesar


  1. Ripe Banganapalli mangoes – 2 medium sized
  2. Sugar / Brown Sugar / Jaggery – 2 tbsp
  3. Condensed Milk – 1 tbsp
  4. Milk – 1 Cup
  5. Water – 1/2 cup
  6. Cashews and Almonds – few
  7. Kesar (Saffron) – a pinch to garnish


  1. Choose the ripe mangoes, wash and peel them.
  2. Chop into small pieces. (It would be easy to blend)
  3. Take milk and chopped mangoes in a blender.
  4. Blend for half a min and then add water, sugar, condensed milk and dry fruits.
  5. Blend again until you get a perfect smooth shake.
  6. At the end, garnish with Kesar and dry fruits (optional). Serve it cold.

I generally don’t add ice cubes, I prefer storing in refrigerator for some time before serving. Alternatively you can either store in fridge or add ice cubes to serve cold.

Happy Summer!! Stay Happy and Healthy 🙂 <3

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