Five Mango-Based Breakfast Recipes For Summer
Mango is a fruit that is treasured by all and is fresh, delicious, and pulpy. With its sweet flavor and pulpy, creamy texture, it is referred to as the “king of fruits” and no doubt, mangoes are the ultimate delight. Mangoes are actually for the majority of us a symbol of summer. And we enjoy taking full advantage of it. We love this summer treat so much that we try to sneak it into every meal of the day. Here, we’ve delivered you some delectable mango-based recipes that would be ideal for breakfast:
- Mango Parfait
Give the traditional French breakfast a desi summer twist. Create layers of Mango chunks, yogurt & muesli with add-on flavors of cardamom and Kesar. In less than 15 minutes, this dish should be ready.
How to Make Mango Yogurt Parfait:
- Take hung yogurt in a bowl, add low-calorie sweetener, green cardamom powder, and saffron water and whisk till smooth. Transfer into a piping bag and snip the end.
- To layer the parfait, add a portion of the muesli into individual serving glasses. Pipe out a portion of the sweetened yogurt, add a portion of the mango pieces, and add 1 tbsp of soaked basil seeds into each glass.
- Top it with a portion of muesli again, pipe some of the yogurt mixtures, add some of the mango pieces and top it up with 1 tsp-soaked basil seeds onto each glass. Garnish with mint sprig and serve immediately.
- Mango Pudding
This mango breakfast meal can also be served as dessert. In addition to being delicious, it provides us with a variety of beneficial nutrients. It is a filling bowl of mango pudding that also has the health benefits of chia seeds.
How to Make Mango Chia Pudding:
- Add honey/castor sugar to the yogurt and mix well (optional). If you prefer natural sweetness, you can skip this step.
- Add chia seeds to the yogurt. Add a little water to the yogurt if you want to dilute it.
- Mix the chia seeds with the yogurt. Let the mixture set in the fridge for at least 45 minutes. Chia seeds taste best when soaked for a long.
- Slice the mango into cubes and layer it on top of the chia yogurt mixture. Let it set once again in the fridge for 15-20 minutes.
- You can add crushed digestive biscuits and garnish with mint leaves (before serving). The biscuits give it a hint of cheesecake-like flavor.
- Mango Smoothie Bowl
Due to their natural taste and aesthetic appeal, smoothie bowls have become extremely popular on social media. So, why not prepare a smoothie bowl with mango goodness? There are only basic ingredients needed for this mango smoothie bowl and it is loaded with good health in every bite.
How To Make Mango Smoothie Bowl
- The recipe begins by blending one whole chopped mango until it forms a smooth paste.
- To the same mango pulp, add one whole banana which is roughly mashed. Now, mix 1/2 cup of coconut milk into the banana-mango mixture to finish off the major ingredients in the mango smoothie bowl recipe.
- Add one teaspoon of honey to the smoothie and make sure everything is mixed well.
- Now, pour the smoothie into a bowl and garnish it with freshly chopped mangoes, bananas, and a mix of seeds like flax, melon, pumpkin, or chia. Your delicious mango smoothie bowl is ready to dig in!
- Mango Oatmeal And Cinnamon
Treat yourself to this easy, delicious, and filling oatmeal recipe that contains the goodness of coconut and juicy, pulpy mangoes. Mangoes’ sweetness and the warm, comforting aroma of cinnamon work together to further ignite your hunger and lift your spirits.
How to Make Coconut Mango Oatmeal with Cinnamon Hint
- Stir all the ingredients together in a bowl & cover & leave it overnight.
- Serve the next day as a healthy and hearty breakfast.
- Mango Sevai
Don’t we all enjoy having sevai for breakfast? This sweet breakfast, which is identical to cereal, is a delightful way to start the day! Why not give your breakfast a summertime twist by adding mangoes to the delicious sevai.
How to make Mango Sevai:
- Heat ghee in a deep vessel. Roast the dry fruits. You can chop them and grate them or make their shavings before roasting them. When they start turning brown, remove them and keep them aside.
- In the same vessel with leftover ghee, roast vermicelli. If you have pre-roasted vermicelli, you can skip roasting them, just add the roasted vermicelli to the kadhai.
- Add milk and boil vermicelli till almost cooked.
- Add cardamom powder and sugar. Mix well and let the semolina cook completely.
- See to it that there should not be too much milk left. Vermicelli should be semi-dry.
- Add roasted dry fruits and let the sewiyan cooldown.
- Meanwhile, peel and chop the mango and grind the pieces to make a puree.
- When the sewiyan comes down to room temperature, add mango puree to sewiyan and keep it in the refrigerator for at least one hour. Serve chilled.
Next time when you’re wondering what to prepare for breakfast, try these nutritious and delicious recipes for a fruity mango twist.