Mango Fool

"Super light and fluffy, sweet and tangy. Love it. The original recipe called for a whole cup of sugar, but I halved it for health and it tasted just fine."
 
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Ready In:
1hr 10mins
Ingredients:
5
Serves:
2
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ingredients

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directions

  • Peel and cut the mangoes into small pieces and dump them in a blender.
  • Put aside enough slices to garnish.
  • Add the ginger, sugar and lime juice to the blender and blend until smooth.
  • In a separate bowl, whip the cream (I would suggest an electric mixer) until peaks form.
  • Fold the mango mixture into the whipped cream, a bit at a time.
  • Stir, then gradually add more, until they are all mixed together.
  • Pour the mixture into bowls and chill for one hour before serving.

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Reviews

  1. Ambervim
    Light, fluffy, tangy, sweet are the perfect adjectives. I love this. The ginger and lime really make it!!!!! Definately try this one!
     
  2. Rae-Rae
    Excellent, it got rave reviews. Next time I am going to try it with cool whip as a healthy alternative.
     
  3. NovaM
    Loved this ! It's very rich, though - not for those watching calories, either !
     
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So basically, I cook two nights a week for a household of four adults including myself. Here are their dietary preferences: Person #1) Eats no meat, but seafood ok. Person #2) Eats no meat, seafood, eggs, cheese or fermented items. Person #3) Dislikes veggies, ethnic foods, and dishes with a lot of sauce. No tofu (this makes feeding persons 1 and 2 very difficult). Loves meat. Person #4) Dislikes cooked veggies (raw ok) and tofu. Dislikes onions and peppers of any kinds. Usually I end up making a meat-n-potatoes dish one night a week to satisfy diners #3 and 4, since the no-meat rule of diners #1 and 2 is a dietary thing, not moral/ethical, so they are okay with me picking out chunks of meat from say, a stew, and replacing it with veggie meat in their plates. The other night I make something vegetarian - squash as a main dish or something with lentils and beans. As long as there's no tofu, diners #3 and 4 will eat it, albeit with little enthusiasm. <img src="http://i250.photobucket.com/albums/gg271/MrsTeny/Permanent%20Collection/PACSpring09Iwasadopted.jpg">
 
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