Eggless, gluten free and gelatin free Mango Mousse is a delicious, creamy, airy, light and easy to make mango dessert. We need only need 3-ingredients, mango puree, whipping cream and icing sugar in making this mango mousse recipe. Creamy, fluffy and chilled mango mousse is a simple refreshing summer dessert to indulge!
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About This Recipe
Back then in 2012, I was not aware of many recipes with whipping cream. The only thing, I knew at that time was using whipping cream as topping for cakes, pies and other desserts.
As I was trying my hands on whipping cream for the first time, I was bit nervous and enthusiastic at the same time. When I googled for the recipes with whipping cream, I came across many mousse recipes. Strawberry mousse was the first one to pop in my search list. To my luck, strawberries were off season at that time. Then chocolate mousse was my second choice, unfortunately there was no chocolate at home.
While searching for recipes, I sent a SMS to my dear friend Lubna Seemaz asking her, if she knew any recipe with whipping cream. Within no time she sent me a list of delicious dessert recipes with whipping cream. Few of them are biscuit pudding, mango swiss roll, mango kulfi, mango mousse, etc.
As I was seeing the recipes of mousse, I thought of trying mango mousse recipe. When I asked for the recipe, she has called me out of her busy schedule and gave me the recipe which she had scribbled in one of her cooking dairies. How sweet of her, isn’t it?
Eggless Mango Mousse Recipe
This 3-ingredient mango mousse recipe is extremely gratifying dessert, I ever made in my life. Simple ingredients and easy preparation steps make this recipe special. This is my first ever encounter with whipping cream and I am in love with it. It is like magic to see the cream forming into soft and then into thick peaks upon whipping. To sum up everything finally Mango Mousse is an creamy, delectable, magical, luscious and indulging dessert I ever made with mangoes as the main ingredient.
Tips To Make Perfect Mango Mousse
- I prefer using fresh and homemade mango puree in making this mousse.
- Whenever I am making a mango dessert, I either use Himayat | Imam Pasad or Alphanso variety of mangoes. These are naturally sweet and enhance the taste of the dessert.
- I have seen few recipes, where they add agar-agar or gelatine. The use of agar-agar or gelatine is to hold the shape of the mousse.
- If I am making mousse a day ahead for party or celebration or if I am making a mousse cake, then only I prefer using agar-agar.
- Agar-Agar is available in most of the grocery stores. I use Raya Brand which is 100% vegetarian and Halal too. These strands come in a pack of 10g For Rs.18/-.
- You can make mango mousse a day before and leave it in fridge for setting if you are having a party or expecting guest the next day.
- Chill the mango mousse mixture for 2-3 hours and fill it in piping bag and make round swirls in the serving glass or bowl, garnish and serve cold.
Why Should I Try This Recipe
Mango Mousse Recipe is,
if using tropolite brand of whipping cream, then this is dairy free and Vegan
easy summer dessert recipe
simple refreshing summer dessert
5 star summer dessert recipe
light summer dessert
no-bake summer dessert
make-ahead summer dessert
3-ingredient, no cook mango recipe
How To Make Whipping Cream At Home?
It is very easy to whip up the cream at home. Here are some of the tips learnt by me in the process of whipping the cream.
- Take two bowls where one bowl is wide enough to fit the base of another one.
- Leave these bowls in fridge along with beater blades or whisker for 2-3 hours.
- Get your ice cubes or chilled water ready.
- Take your bowls from the fridge, when you are ready to whip up the cream.
- In a big bowl, place ice cubes or chilled water and place another bowl between the ice cubes.
- Now empty the contents of whipping cream pack.
- Beat till cream starts to thicken and stiff peaks start to form (hold it’s shape and when you lift the beater the cream will cling to the beater).
- If you beat cream long then it may turn grainy.
- Transfer the whipping cream in a clean and dry moisture free jar and close the lid tightly.
- Place this in freezer till use.
- You can store whipping cream for one day in refrigerator.
The above tips are useful, when you are using whipping cream from tetra pack. I have listed tips for using powder whipping cream in the recipe notes below.
Mango Mousse Recipe
Eggless, gluten free and gelatin free Mango Mousse with mango pulp is a delicious and very easy to make creamy Mango Dessert. This 3-ingredient mango mousse recipe is simple refreshing summer dessert recipe ever!
- 2 Mangoes
- 100 g Whipping Cream Mix | 2 cups Whipping Cream
- 4 tbsp. Icing Sugar
How To Make Eggless Mango Mousse Recipe
Step 1: Mango Puree
Peel mangoes and cut them into cubes.
Add these cubes to a blender and make puree.
Refrigerate till use.
Step 2: Using Whipping Cream Mix
In a bowl add whipping cream mix, icing sugar and to this add chilled milk.You can add chilled water too.
Leave this in freezer for 15 minutes.
Whip till soft peaks using eclectic or hand beater.
Freeze for 10-15 minutes.
Using Readymade Whipping Cream
If using readymade whipping cream (Tropolite or Amul), leave the tetra pack in the freezer for 15 minutes
After 15 minutes, empty the whipping cream into a bowl.
Using an electric or hand beater, whisk till you get thick peaks in whipping cream.
Refrigerate for 10 minutes and then fold in mango puree.
Using Fresh Cream (Amul or Milky Mist)
You can even use light cream in making mango mousse.
First leave the tetra pack in the freezer for 30 minutes.
Then empty the cream in a chilled bowl and using a electric or hand blender or whisker, whisk until soft peaks are formed in cream. (see the image in the post)
Freeze this for 15-20 minutes and then fold in mango puree.
Step 3: Mixing
After 15 minutes, remove the whipping cream and gently fold in mango puree.
Step 4: Setting
Add this mango mousse in desired glasses or bowls and seal with cling film or foil.
Leave this in refrigerator to chill for 1-2 hours.
Step 5: Serving
Remove the cling film and serve cold by garnishing with chocolate chips or colored vermicelli or coconut flakes.
You can even add chopped mango pieces or dollop of fresh cream on top before serving.
Add love to make this mango mousse taste 'Yummy'.
How To Serve Mango Mousse
After whipping mango mousse, you can directly fill the dessert cups or bowls with mousse and serve.
Or you can fill the piping bag with mousse and make swirls in the dessert cups or bowls.
Serve by topping with your favorite sprinklers or vermicelli or chocolate chips.
How To Store Mango Mousse
If you are making this in advance, a day ahead, then store the mango mousse in a clan and dry moisture free air tight container in fridge.
If you have already filled the dessert cups with mango mousse, then cover them with film or foil and then place them in freezer.
Stays good for 2 days.
Mango mousse is quick and easy dessert. I recommend, freezing the ingredients, rather than freezing the mousse. If ingredients are cold enough, then you can make mousse anytime.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 414Total Fat: 35gSaturated Fat: 22gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 10gCholesterol: 108mgSodium: 27mgCarbohydrates: 25gFiber: 2gSugar: 23gProtein: 4g
The nutritional information provided is approximate and is calculated using online tools. Information can vary depending on various factors, but we have endeavoured to be as accurate as possible.
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About My Friend Lubna Seemaz
How many times in life, we get a chance to come across a person who has the same name as you and also has similar hobby | passion like you. I know it is rare. But I am very fortunate enough to encounter with someone who not only shares the same name with me, but also loves cooking & baking with all her heart.
Me and Lubna Seemaz got connected through facebook, during the Holy month of Ramadan. As we both are from Bangalore, we often use to exchange messages or chat on facebook.
She is Doctor by profession and when I was in need of good gynaecologist in the city, during my pregnancy she helped me in choosing the best doctor in the city. In this course we have exchanged our telephone numbers and we use to talk occasionally. Our main topic will always be food. When my lil M arrived in this world, she was the one among those who was always there for me virtually, helping me, guiding me, listening to me, teaching me, pampering me, soothing me,….
Thank you Lubna Seemaz for being there for me always and also for sharing this wonderful recipe with me. This good friend of mine is going to celebrate her birthday this weekend and I dedicate this post of mango mousse to her. Happy Birthday dear……
Maureen @ Orgasmic Chef says
What a lovely mango mousse! Happy Birthday to your wonderful friend. You're lucky to have someone like that.
Shweta in the Kitchen says
Yummy, a great recipe with amazing presentation!!
Kannada Cuisine says
beautiful,beautiful mousse..Love the presentation
So yummy and tempting mousse !! looks so appealing !!
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Swathi Iyer says
Beautiful, mango mousse recipe, aweome clicks.
Follow foodie says
Want to try this for a long time
Wow looks so nice .
Achu's Amma's Kitchen says
super and cooler mango dessert.But ur clciks r awesome and no words too explain…
sowmya's creative saga says
beautiful pictures…the mousse looks so delicious…Nicely explained post..
Love the clicks!
Non stick, Nutty and Sous chef says
All my previous attempts at whipping cream has failed and i believe it is because of the crazy humidity in chenai. but i shall try whipping in an ice bath. Thanks for sharing the recipe! 🙂
Looks awesome!! Ah, mango season is simply wonderful!
whatte! amazing pics! Lubna, I could just eat those photos.YOu are so patient with stepwise instructions too. mango mouseee- here I come!
Its really mouthwatering..awesome clicks 🙂 bookmarked !!
Retno Prihadana says
Love it !. you make it colourful on the top.
Friends are always a blessings ……. and good friends are rare. The mango mousse could not have gotten any better. And the presentation is so darn cute ….. I can eat with my eyes.
Hugs to your friend Lubna and a very happy birthday to her. I bet this is the best gift 😀
Supriya's Rasoi says
Lubna the mango mousse looks simply yummy and nice pics. I am your new follower do visit my space in your free time.
Who will say no to this fabulous mousse, that too eggless..Irresistible dessert.
So beautiful..looks just so fab that I can just keep staring at it whole day. Great job Lubna…and your friend is one lucky gal 🙂
Happy Cook / Finla says
Just was in priyas place ans saw mango mousse and now here too, everybody is tempting me with mango dessert this looks so good. Love the pics.
Hooney Macarooney says
SO Awesome! I love the photographs. Lovely lovely mousse
Hamaree Rasoi says
Your recipe card is really nice idea actually…It was very tasty Mousse ..Wonderful clicks to match the yummy recipe
Spice up the Curry says
wow,. so beautiful pics. I cant take my eyes off. recipe sounds very good
Perfect formthe season,,.:) looks delicious,,,
Vanamala Hebbar says
Beautiful pics…awesome drink
Beeauutiful Lubna..Superb n a very colourful presentation..Mousse looks extremely inviting..Am also looking for a mousse esp with mango…Loved to the core
Sadaf Afshan says
Lovely dessert. I love anything with mangoes and this one is an old favourite. Infact, I had posted a mango tart version of this on my blog last summer (http://sadaf-culinaryadventures.blogspot.ca/2011/07/mango-tartlets.html). However, I had used halal gelatin (easily available in Indo-Pak grocery stores here) instead of agar agar.
Suja Manoj says
Mouthwatering clicks,beautiful presentation,yum
Home Cooked Oriya Food says
awesoe gift for your friend… love it…
looks so good. have to try it…
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Asiya @ Chocolate and Chillies says
Lovely mousse! Perfect now that mangoes are in season…I have an award for you, please drop by to pick it up!
Valarmathi Sanjeev says
Wonderful clicks and mouthwatering recipe….looks absolutely delicious…. drooling here.
Sangeetha Nambi says
colorful and inviting recipe… Yum !!
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Poornima Nair says
I love the presentation…fabulous mousse Lubna!
rekhas kitchen says
Wow silky ans smooth looking and creamy too hummm. simply superb Lubna. I think you both share the same birthday month too no.beautiful pic. Lubna.
Amina Khaleel says
wow… fantastic recipe… mango mousse looks delicious and easy to prepare… bookmarked…
this is the sweetest and best birthday wish ever!thankyou sweetheart.blessed to have you as my friend.love you lots.
Nice one Lubna. Perfect mousee with agar agar.
M D says
Beautiful pics Lubna, I am drooling. Simply love ur photography!
The mousse sounds fantastic! Your photos are stunning! Happy Birthday to your dear friend!
Love ur photography!! this mousse looks super delicious….i'm veggie and i will make this almost same way….thanks for sharing this……
wow ..what a lovely post with beautiful clicks dear ….I notice all of things …will tell you later 😀
Rosa's Yummy Yums says
What a delightful mousse! Mangoes are so delicious. Great clicks.
Anisha Ranjit says
That last pic is so good!
Rebecca Subbiah says
amazing mousse and congrats on the baby so happy you are blessed by a special friend
Love your photographs!
This looks absolutely divine!!
happy birthday to your dear friend… thank you in sharing a lovely recipe… hope to make it soon… stay blessed
love the captures lubna. there are very few good mangoes here. so everytime i see a great mango recipes, i get jealous:) i think i might just overdose on mangoes on my trip home.:)
The Pumpkin Farm says
lovley pix and great recipe…you have a dear story to share about ur friendship…it is rare and worth treasuring, thanks for linking to my event
Chef Mireille says
this is my first time visiting your blog. I also submitted few mango recipes to ongoing events and every once in a while I click on a few of the other submissions just to see what other mango goodies out there in cyberworld.
On reading your post, tears came to my eyes – such a beautiful story of you and your internet friend.
I also have a question – I bought a container of the colored vermicelli some time ago because I was intrigued by it but have not used it to date. Do you not have to cook it? It is only used for garnish? I would love to know how to use it. Please let me know.
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Pan Cuisine says
This looks really lovely. I've been planning to make mouse ever since the mango season started but haven't got around to making it yet. Been too busy eating the fruit as it is ;). Should give a mouse a try lol. Lovely space you got here.
Sylwia Nowaczyk says
I've been craving for mangos for the whole week and today made this beautiful chicken in a coconut souse with mangos and bit of cinnamon to make it sweet & oriental.
Your mousse looks delicious and recipe is definitely worth trying;-)Thanks for sharing!
tika hapsari nilmada says
I made something like this a litle while ago. It was so refreshing !
Thanks for submitting your photo to DMBLGiT July, Lubna !
Awesome post…. wish could take a bite straight from the comp :))
love it pic is beautiful feel like digging in to it right away.
Another yummy dessert with nice clicks…Thanks for sending it to the contest…Can you do the same of sharing the selected photo to the sponsor's page wall?
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