Simple Mango Float Recipe
I admit, I'm not a contender to the Most Valuable Domesticated Mommy award. Because as a full-time working mom, I rarely have time to c...
I admit, I'm not a contender to the Most Valuable Domesticated Mommy award. Because as a full-time working mom, I rarely have time to cook or bake anything. But like any other working mom, I'm kind of sure of this, I wish I could stay more at home and fulfill the domesticated roles like, first and foremost, take care of the kids, next cook all meals for the family and maybe sometimes bake or prepare dessert for them. But don't get me wrong, I do cook, and my family says I cook well (they're a fan or they must really love me that much). Unfortunately, I only get to cook real meal on weekends and desserts occasionally.
Such as this one time.
I checked the refrigerator, found two packs of all purpose cream and a can of condensed milk. So I said why not whip up something my kids love, Mango Float! It's very easy to do and no baking needed, only the ingredients, a good piling mechanism, and refrigerator.
So here's my Simple Mango Float Recipe!
What you'll need:
- 2 cups of Ripe Mangoes
- 2 tetra packs of All Purpose Cream
- 3/4 cup of Condensed Milk
- 1 pack of Grahams Cracker
What To Do:
1. Thinly slice the ripe mangoes.
You could add more than 3/4 condensed milk depending on your taste or if you want it sweeter.
8. If you have crushed Graham Crackers, you may distribute them on top of the layered pan.
But to be more practical, you may just get 1-2 pieces and grate them. It will give you the same effect.