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Mango Butterscotch Shake

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Mango Butterscotch Shake | Seasonal cold beverage | with step by step pics & video. A seasonal cold drink made by raw mangoes, full-fat milk & butterscotch ice-cream. The recipe prefers using fresh mango slices than frozen mangoes.

I personally prefer to chill/freeze the mango pieces for 20min before blending it, for a thick shake.

How to make mango butterscotch shake?

This ideal recipe prefers raw mangoes. I personally prefer alphonsa mangoes but you can prefer any mangoes of your choice. The recipe for any flavored fruit milkshake is very easy & takes only a few minutes for the final output. In the same way our recipe is done by blending raw mango pieces, milk, ice-cream & sugar. You can prefer honey instead of sugar.

This recipe hardly takes few minutes to prepare. Firstly, I have added 1 tbsp sugar while blending the mango pieces. If you like to have thick milkshake then add more mangoes and less milk. But if you like a thin milkshake then add more milk while blending. I personally would not recommend adding ice cubes to make it thick. I have added 2 scoops of butterscotch ice-cream instead of ice cubes.

Mango Butterscotch Shake

Course: Cold Drinks, Fruit Juice RecipesCuisine: IndianDifficulty: Easy
Servings

2

servings
Prep time

3

minutes
Cooking time

1

minute
Total time

4

minutes

Mango Butterscotch Shake | Seasonal cold beverage | A seasonal cold drink made by raw mangoes, full fat milk & butterscotch ice-cream.

Recipe Video

Ingredients

  • 1 cup chopped mangoes

  • 2tbsp sugar/honey

  • 1 cup milk

  • 2 scoops of butterscotch ice-cream

  • some pistachios(optional)

Directions

  • Refrigerate chopped mangoes for 20minutes before blending.
  • Firstly, in a blender, blend 1 cup refrigerated chopped mangoes & 2tbsp sugar finely.mango-butterscotch shakemango-butterscotch shakemango-butterscotch shake
  • Then add-in 1 cup full thick milk & 2 scoops of butterscotch icecream & blend it smoothly.mango-butterscotch shakemango-butterscotch shake
  • Finally, serve mango butterscotch shake with some pistachios.mango shake

Notes

  • I personally would not recommend adding ice cubes to make it thick. I have added 2 scoops of butterscotch ice-cream instead of ice cubes.
  • If you like to have thick milkshake then add more mangoes and less milk. But if you like a thin milkshake then add more milk while blending
  • I do prefer, for a thick shake, chill/freeze the mango pieces for 20min before blending it.

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