Yogurt And Mango Pudding

Yogurt Mango Pudding

As days are getting hotter, even quick meals and brunch ideas aren’t as satisfying as a chilled summer dessert. So here’s a simple and quick Yogurt and Mango Pudding idea.

Fortunately both the father-son duo are a big time yogurt lovers, hence it was easier for me to prep up this pudding quickly without much brainstorming to satiate their sweet craving.

For a change from the monotonous smoothie and yogurt drink, this no sugar and no cooking dessert was perfect to keep the tummies cool in this extreme weather.

Yogurt & Mango Pudding Ingredients

It’s summer time in India when some part of the globe are slowly experiencing the summer season. Hence some homemade yogurt and sweet ripe Alphonso made for a wonderful combination in today’s pudding recipe.

Blend them together for a smoothie like consistency, next pour the smoothie into some molds or muffin tray. Freeze for few hours until firm and jelly-like texture.

Voila! You are ready to enjoy a pudding without sugar or added sweetener. For a dairy-free version try with tender coconut meat. I shall be sharing one soon.

Let me not keep you waiting for the recipe further.

Yogurt and Mango Pudding

Yogurt & Mango Pudding


1 cup (240 ml) fresh Yogurt

1 1/2 (360 ml) cup sweet Mango Pulp

1/3 cup fresh Cream


1.Add all the 3 ingredients in a blender and blend to a smoothie like consistency.

2.Pour into pudding mold or wet muffin tray and let it set for 6-8 hours or overnight.

3.Remove from the mold or muffin tray on dessert plates. Top with some freshly cut ripe mango pieces and enjoy.

For our 92nd FoodieMonday Bloghop theme #Yogurt, my contribution is this chilled Yogurt and Mango Pudding.


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