How To Make Mango Ice Candy

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Mango Ice Candy

Mango Ice Candy is one of the bestsellers flavor when it comes to ice candy. It is a season of Mangoes during summer that’s why it’s cheaper. Many ice candy sellers include mangoes in their flavors. Today, I’m gonna show you how to make Mango Ice Candy.

Ice Candy is one of the best treats to have during summertime in the Philippines. Who wouldn’t want to have something cold and sweet as you sweat because of the scorching heat in the summer?

What is Mango Ice Candy?

In summertime, people are always in the look for different wants to quench their thirst and cravings for something cold like ice cream. In Philippines, one treat has emerged and stand out – the ice candy! Ice candies are cold, sweet treat the come in different flavors – mango is one of them!

Since mangoes becomes cheaper during its season, people would come up with recipes that can be cooked with mangoes. I love mangoes especially the “kinalabaw” variant. These are the type of mangoes that are used for making sweets like mango float, ice cream and ice candy.

How to Make Mango Ice Candy

Making ice candy is pretty easy, it’s the packaging that takes time. Ice candies come in plastic tubes or packaging. You will need to put the mango ice candy mixture in every plastic tube using a funnel, then tie it.

Mango Ice Candy

Course: Desserts, Filipino Recipes

Servings

45Pieces

INGREDIENTS

  • 1kl ripe mangoes
  • 2 liters water
  • 1 condensed milk 390g
  • 1 Evaporated milk 370ml
  • 1 1/2 cup sugar (adjust as needed)
  • 1 cup cassava flour (or cornstarch)
  • Food color egg yellow (optional)

DIRECTIONS

  • Boil 2 liters water.
  • Chop the mangoes. Put in a blender. Add 1/2 can of the evaporated milk. Blend until smooth. Set aside.
  • In boiling water, add condensed milk, half can of the evaporated milk and sugar. Mix well. Add the blended mangoes and food color. Let it simmer in low heat.
  • Dissolve cassava flour in 1 cup of water. Make sure there’s no lumps. Add to the boiling mixture. Mix well. Let it simmer for 5 minutes.
  • Turn off heat and let it cool cool completely.
  • Once cooled down, put in ice candy plastic bags. Use funnel to put the mixture inside the bags. Tie and secure the ending tightly. Freeze overnight.

Mango Ice Candy Recipe

INGREDIENTS

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1kg ripe mangoes
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2 liters water
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1 condensed milk 390g
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1 evaporated milk 370ml
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1 1/2 cup sugar (adjust as needed)
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1 cup cassava flour (or cornstarch)
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Food color egg yellow (optional)

PROCEDURE

1. Boil 2 liters water.

2. Chop the mangoes. Put in a blender. Add 1/2 can of the evaporated milk. Blend until smooth. Set aside.

3. In boiling water, add condensed milk, half can of the evaporated milk and sugar. Mix well. Add the blended mangoes and food color. Let it simmer in low heat.

4. Dissolve cassava flour in 1 cup of water. Make sure there’s no lumps. Add to the boiling mixture. Mix well. Let it simmer for 5 minutes.

5. Turn off heat and let it cool cool completely.

6. Once cooled down, put in ice candy plastic bags. Use funnel to put the mixture inside the bags. Tie and secure the ending tightly. Freeze overnight.

RECIPE NOTES

  • The purpose of cassava flour is to make the texture smooth and creamy (not icy) when you freeze the ice candy. This will give the texture similar to ice cream.
  • If you don’t have cassava flour, you can use cornstarch as alternative.
  • Make sure to cool the mixture completely before putting in the plastic bags to prevent early spoilage or bursting the plastic.
  • Keep it frozen. It can last up to 2 weeks to 1 month depending on the preparation and storage.
  • If you don’t have ice candy plastic bags, you can put these in ice cream molders or plastic cups to be frozen.

Remarks

Mango ice candy is one of the popular cooler. This mango ice candy recipe will show you how to make mango ice candy, with step by step instruction to make Filipino ice candy. ice candy in Philippines is very popular and this recipe will guide you to make mango ice candy with cornstarch. in this recipe we shown you ice candy ingredients and a video of mango ice candy to make your task easier.

MANGO ICE CANDY RECIPE

MANGO ICE CANDY RECIPE IS WELL-LOVED BY FILIPINOS DURING SUMMER.

Does the scorching summer heat make you drip sticky sweats? Why not cool it down with the popular cooler in the Philippines like ice candy? To be particular, the Mango ice candy is a fruity Popsicle that is well-loved by Filipinos.

Making the Mango Ice Candy Recipe is quite easy and economical. The ingredients to be used are accessible and not too expensive. Besides, the process in making this cool delight is just a matter of mixing its components.

So what are you waiting for? Get or make this tropical delight and be refreshed at the end of the day!

mango ice candy recipe
MANGO ICE CANDY INGREDIENTS:
  • 2 ripe mangoes, peeled and mashed
  • 1½ cups evaporated or fresh milk
  • ½ cup water
  • ½ cup refined sugar
  • 15 pcs. Ice candy cellophane “Ice Candy wrapper”
HOW TO MAKE MANGO ICE CANDY :
  • Wash, peel and mash mangoes and place on a deep bowl.
  • Add all remaining ingredients in a bowl, stir well until sugar dissolves.
  • Prepare your ice candy wrapper, funnel, and a ladle.
  • Insert the tip of the funnel  in cellophane and hold tight.
  • Ladle mango mixture into the cellophane leaving at least 2 inches for sealing.
  • Twist the cellophane to seal the mixture and knot tightly.
  • Repeat the same procedure until all wrapped.
  • Freeze ice candy overnight before serving.

Mango Ice Candy Recipe

 MANGO ICE CANDY RECIPE

When it is summer time, everyone is excited to have a hold of this, especially young ones. Why? Because this thing can help you feel refreshed despite the summer heat. Definitely, it is a hit during sunny season. I can remember buying two for myself because I can quickly finish one. They would say that I got a saw-like set of teeth whenever eating something cold.

Ice candy. Good memories go with this one. During school recess, I bet you had one of these when you were still a grader. What flavor did you like the most back then? I personally love mango-flavored one because mango is my favorite fruit.

Ice candy in the Philippines is the same as the freezie or freeze pop in the United States. It is also called ice lolly in Scotland. It is a water-based frozen snack made by freezing flavored liquid, such as sugar water, fruit juice, or puree, inside a plastic casing or tube (either round or flat). We usually have this thing round. And we nibble at the end of the plastic to sip or bite the ice candy. Filipino ice candies come in different flavors. Some of the favorites among kids are orange, mango, buko, and avocado. Chocolate-flavored ones are also popular. Almost any fruit or even chocolates can be used to make this summer treat. But with our creativity, we also have buko salad and buko pandan ice candies. Desserts made easily available.

Our recipe here is mango ice candy. It is a good combination because mangoes are commonly available during summer season. But if you really want something else, you can replace such flavor. The thing is, this recipe is very simple to make. Do not forget to put your corn starch in. It will make your ice candy eating experience better with the creamy texture. Enjoy!

Mango Ice Candy Recipe

INGREDIENTS  

  • 1 kg ripe mangoes cut into small pieces
  • 1 medium-sized can condensed milk around 250 ml
  • 1 pack Nestle cream
  • 1/2 cup cornstarch
  • 4 cups water

INSTRUCTIONS 

  • Place 4 cups water in a casserole.
  • Add 1/2 cup cornstarch.
  • Mix the remaining ingredients and mix well.
  • Heat the casserole on slow fire while stirring the contents. Don’t boil.
  • After 10 minutes, remove from heat. Allow to cool. NOTE: Make sure that the mixture is cool or the plastic wrappers will burst!
  • Use a funnel for easy transfer of the mixture to the ice candy wrappers.
  • Freeze. Serve and enjoy!

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