Delicious Mango Dessert Recipes for kids

Are your kids a Mango lover? Yes, mine is extremely crazy over mangoes. She eagerly awaits for this season and to relish this exotic fruit. In a day, 2-3 mangoes are easy eaten and at the end of the day, a small voice occurs- “Mamma, you said will give a mango before sleeping” and me- “Is it, when did I say this?” hehe. The best part is to see them relish a mango …. how sweetly they eat it and in no time:)

In this post, we have 2 lovely ladies who have shared delicious ‘Mango Dessert Recipes’ with us… Take a look at the two quick & easy kid- friendly recipes –

1. Stuffed Mango Kulfi

Prep: 10mins

Cook: 40 mins

Yields: 6-8 nos Servings


  • Milk (full cream) – 1.25 lts/ 5 cups
  • Mangoes – 6-8 nos
  • Sugar – 70gms/ 1/3 rd cup
  • A handful Pistachios 


To make kulfi stuffing –

Heat milk and reduce it till becomes 1/3rd

Add sugar, stir and cool completely. Add pistachios to it

For assembling-

Now, we need to remove the seed of the mango while keeping the entire shape of the mango intact. 

Gently squeeze the mango (unpeeled) …. for that cut off the mango by slicing the top/head of the mango. 

Retain this cap. Now using a sharp kitchen knife loosen the pulp around the mango seed. 

Firmly, hold the seed and rotate it to loosen it further. Now pull it out with your hands/ tongs. Place the mango with skin on in a small cup so it stands upright. 

Remove any pulp from the seed and add it back to the empty mango shell. 

Fill this cavity of the mango shell with the kulfi stuffing. Put the mango cap back on it and freeze it. 

Once frozen, remove and peel the mango and then slice and serve. 


(This recipe is shared by Ms. ANSHITA SINGH, a mother of 4.5 year old son residing in Mumbai, India)

2. No-Bake No-Cook Mango Delight

Preparation time: 20min
No.of servings 4 to 5


  • 2 cup Mango chunks (prepare puree from those by keeping 1 or 2 tbsp chunks aside for filling)
  • A few saffron strands 
  • 1 cup milk powder
  • 1/4 cup powdered sugar  (u can adjust sweetness according to your taste)
  • 1/4 cup desiccated  coconut
  • Milk  5 to 7 teaspoon
  • 1 tsp Cardamom Powder (optional)
  • 1tsp Ghee / Butter for greasing

For Garnishing: Mango Slices, Mint Leaves, Choco chips /2 tsp chopped Pitashio’s 


In a mixer jar take the mango chunks, add in saffron strands and blend it to a smooth paste.

To make balls of it, in a bowl add milk powder, sugar and desiccated coconut & mix well. Add cardamom powder it

Then add milk little by little…until you get dough like consistency  

Apply ghee or butter on your palms and make  small balls of desired shape 

Flatten it and add few mango chunks to it or you can even add choco chips over it 

Roll it and make a smooth ball of it

Keep in it the refrigerator for 1 or 2 min to set

Time to serve: Pour small amount of mango puree in a serving bowl and then put this ball in between and again pour little puree around this ball. 

Garnish with pistachios / mango chunks and mint leaf 

Serve it and enjoy…❤️

(This recipe is shared by Ms. Nandita Muley. She is a baker residing in Indore, India and has a 4.5 year old son)

What recipes have you tried with Mangoes? Which mango recipe does your child enjoy the most? Post your pictures in the comment section.



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