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The easy and delicious no-cook mango dessert cup recipe

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Try this delicious mango dessert cup recipe at home

The easy and delicious no-cook mango dessert cup recipe
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When the weather gets hot, the last thing you want to do is turn on the oven. That's why this easy no-cook mango dessert cup recipe is perfect for summer. With just a few simple ingredients, you can have a delicious and refreshing dessert that is perfect for any occasion. So skip the oven and try this easy recipe today!

The History of Mango Dessert Cups

Mango dessert cups are believed to have originated in India. The Indian mango is a member of the cashew family and is thought to be indigenous to South Asia. Mango trees were first mentioned in Hindu scriptures dating back to 4000 BC.

In the 12th century, Persian historian Abu Rayhan Biruni wrote about the "excellent" mangos of India. By the 16th century, mangoes had spread from India to East Africa and Southeast Asia. And by the 18th century, they had made their way to Europe and the Americas. Today, mangos are grown in tropical regions around the world and are enjoyed by people of all cultures.

No-Cook Mango Dessert Cup Recipe

Ingredients:

- ½ cup mango puree

- ¼ cup heavy cream

- ¼ cup Greek yogurt

- ½ teaspoon vanilla extract

- ¼ cup granulated sugar

- Pinch of salt

Instructions:

Step One

Start by chopping up your mangoes into small pieces. If you're using ripe and sweet mangoes, you won't need to add any sugar.

Step Two

In a bowl, mix together the mangoes, cream or whipped topping, yogurt, and lime juice.

Step Three

Garnish with mint leaves and serve. Enjoy!

Serving Suggestions

For an extra special treat, top your no-cook mango dessert cups with whipped cream and a sprinkle of chopped nuts or shredded coconut.

You can also enjoy them with a scoop of ice cream or a drizzle of honey. Serve it at your next summer barbecue or potluck, or enjoy it as a light and refreshing dessert after a heavy meal. It's also great for breakfast or snack time!

Nutritional Facts

The nutritional information will vary depending on the ingredients you use and the size of your servings. Keep in mind that this recipe is for a light and refreshing dessert, not a hearty meal replacement.

One serving of this mango dessert cup recipe is about 260 calories. This recipe is high in sugar and fat, but it is also a good source of Vitamin C and dietary fiber.

For a lower calorie and sugar version of this recipe, use low-fat yogurt and omit the whipped cream or topping If you're looking for a healthier option, try using low fat or nonfat yogurt and cream, and avoiding the toppings altogether. You can also reduce the amount of sugar you use.

Variations on the Recipe

There are endless ways to customize this recipe to suit your taste. Try using different fruits, such as strawberries, blueberries, or pineapple.

You can also add a variety of spices, such as cinnamon, nutmeg, or ginger. You can also try making a parfait by layering the mango mixture with yogurt and granola. For a more adult version, add a shot of rum or vodka to the mix. Just be sure to adjust the amount of sugar you use accordingly.

Storage and serving tips:

This recipe is best enjoyed fresh, but leftovers can be stored in the fridge for up to two days. When serving, make sure to let the dessert cups sit for a few minutes so that the flavors can meld together.

If using whipped cream, be sure to keep it refrigerated until you are ready to serve. When choosing mangoes, look for ones that are ripe but not too soft. You should be able to easily slice them without them falling apart.

Mangoes are a delicious and healthy way to end any meal. With this easy no-cook mango dessert cup recipe, you can enjoy the sweet taste of mangoes in minutes. These cups are perfect for parties or when you need a quick and easy dessert. Give it a try!

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