A Special Mango Float Recipe with Otap for Hot Weather
Philippine mangoes are like no other. Fortunately, mango season means you can indulge in the national fruit as much as you want and in as many ways as possible. Perfectly ripened, this yellow fruit is eaten ripe or included in desserts. One of the most popular ways to enjoy it as panghimagas is with a mango float recipe.
A no-bake dessert, the mango float graces many handaan tables. Easy to make from scratch, with accessible ingredients. Here we will teach you a new way to prepare this popular dessert. We also revisit the classic recipe used by business-minded mamas.
- 4 pieces otap cookies
- 1 mango sliced
- 1/4 cup all-purpose cream
- 1/4 cup milk
- 2 scoops Selecta Super Thick Classic Vanilla ice cream
Pro tip: Pick the freshest and most vibrant mangoes as a mouthwatering topping. Arrange mango slices on the top layer before adding the gelatin. Cakes, fruits, and ice cream are common in celebrations and feasts. Why not have them all in one luscious and creamy dessert? This mango float recipe is the perfect way to combine these treats in one bite. Finding it hard to source good mangoes? Use other fruits like peaches, kiwis, strawberries, or a trusty can of fruit cocktail to create and enjoy this delightfully creamy snack in as little as five minutes.
- Egg Free
- Nut Free