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.


  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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