Mango Milk Fudge

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Mango Milk Fudge

Mango Milk Fudge is  a delicious and easy recipe that is made with only 4 Ingredients. It is a great way to enjoy mangoes in the season and eat your fudge too! You will surely bookmark it for later!

Mango Milk Fudge

Mango Milk Fudge
Mango Milk Fudge

It is almost 10:00 pm on Sunday night and I am trying to finish this Mango Milk Fudge post. I can definitely do it tomorrow but I have already been procrastinating it since Friday. Guess, it is time to get it out of my drafts and reach you.

Since it is already late, I will try to keep it simple and short. I bet you love the sound of it. Simple and short, just like the recipes that I share.

Mango Milk Fudge is going to bowl you over with its flavors and the ease of making it.

Have you ever wondered how few handful ingredients can create beautiful dish? Humble every day seasonal ingredients create “Larger than life” Dishes that are so well received. Don’t believe me? Then try this Mango Milk Fudge.

Mango Milk Fudge
Mango Milk Fudge

Small tiny pieces of Mango Milk Fudge melt in the mouth effortlessly. It is like magic that stirs the taste buds and take you on a fairy tale ride. It has that element of romance and charisma in it.

Some Mango recipes from my blog are –

Mango Recipe Collection from the BLOG

Aam Panna

Aami Mirchi ki Sabzi

Punjabi Bharwaan karela with raw mango and many more.

This is how I made it.

Mango Milk Fudge
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Mango Milk Fudge

Easy delicious Mango Recipe, perfect for Summer.
Course Dessert
Cuisine Indian Fusion
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 20 minutes
Total Time 25 minutes
Servings 8 -10
Author Sonal Gupta @ simplyvegetarian777


  • Mango Pulp - 1 cup
  • Milk powder - 2 cups
  • Sugar - 1/2 cup
  • Elaichi / Cardamom powder - 1/4 tsp
  • Almond flakes and crushed Pistachio for Garnish!


  • Take a heavy bottom hard anodized pan. Add Mango pulp, Milk powder, Elaichi powder and sugar to it.
  • Cook it on medium heat for about 15-20 minutes and stir often.
  • Take it off the heat, once the mango and milk mix leaves the sides and gathers in the middle.
  • Take a 6 inches wide rectangular pyrex or any other brand glass container and line with parchment or butter paper.
  • Spread the mango milk mixture evenly in this container with a spoon.
  • Sprinkle the top with some sliced almonds and pistachios along with a pinch of cardamom powder. Press the garnish down lightly on the surface of the fudge.
  • Refrigerate it for 2-3 hrs.
  • When ready to serve, take it out. Cut it out into 1x1 inch pieces with a sharp knife.
  • Serve it chilled.

NOTE - Keep it refrigerated since it is a soft fudge and serve it chilled. It will stay well for a week in the refrigerator.


    Can it get simpler than this? No, right? My husband who has really fine taste buds, loved it. He put one in the mouth and exclaimed – It is just perfect. Mango flavor is so rightly balanced and not over powering at all. It made my day. Kids loved it as well.

    Do give it a try. If you are a Mango Freak then this is going to be right up your ally, I promise.

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    Mango Pulp

    Milk Powder

    Cardamom powder

    Mango Milk Fudge
    Mango Milk Fudge

    Are you making it this week? Keep me posted if you do! Mangoes just got a great makeover!

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    Mango Milk Fudge
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    1. OMG, I’m gonna run away with this entire batch and retreat to a tropical island and enjoy this delicious looking fudge…… and I won’t be sharing either 🙂 So simple, I might just reduce the sugar in it since I’m trying hard to give up desserts, but I’ll make one exception. LOL