Mango Kulfi

Rich and Creamy Mango Kulfi  Recipe without any Cream, Condensed Milk

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Mango_ Kulfi

Mango Kulfi, the Ultimate Summer dessert with goodness of sweet seasonal mangoes, made without any synthetic sugar. This has no cream and no condensed milk and is rich in fibers.. yes you read it right, fiber Rich Mango Kulfi, that everyone can relish without any guilt!!

And the best part is that you can make not one but two desserts with this recipe. Mango Rabri and Mango Kulfi!!

Made with a secret ingredient that thickens milk quickly, no it’s not cornflour(cornstarch in US) and no it’s not agar agar or china grass..

It’s one the most trending ingredient that popular for breakfast(sweet and savory),  which can be used in bakes or even in savory Indian snacks..

This delicious Mango Kulfi is so rich and creamy even without the use of any khoya or mawa…The taste is so addictive that no one will know that it is made with a health ingredient..

What is Kulfi

Kulfi is traditional Ice cream from Indian Subcontinent It is more dense than ice cream and can be made without an ice cream maker.

Traditionally, to prepare kulfi, milk is boiled till thick and creamy consistency . Then cream, chopped nuts, dried fruits, flavors(like rose and cardamom)  and fruit purees are added accordingly.

Nowadays many quick versions of making Kulfis have come up. In busy life many people don;t have time to stand for long time in kitchen. People are always on lookout for recipes that quick and easy  and also maintain the authentic traditional taste.

Usually we add cornflour/cornstarch to thicken it quick. But in case you run out or cornflour and don’t want to ad cream, you can still make the same creamy kulfi in a matter of few minutes.

Rabri is the thickened milk that we get after cooking milk for a long time. It is served chilled with nuts, cardamom flavor and fruits/fruit purees.

Checkout this quick Instant Rabri from the blog.

Mango Rabri

How to make Mango Kulfi rich and creamy without any cream and condensed milk

So no more guesses here.. taking the post forward, it’s our latest health ingredient OATS!! Yes, I substituted cream/condensed milk or khoya/mawa with Quick Rolled Oats Powder, and the result is a rich and creamy, so luscious kulfi!!!

Adding oats powder to milk while boiling it along with milk powder(optional) thickens it quickly,and the result is this luscious desert!! that you can relish in not one but two ways..

Mango Badam Kulfi

Oats.. the health ingredient..

Oats is one of the most nutritious ingredients. It is rich in anti-oxidants, fibers, lowers cholesterol and blood sugar level.. Great source of iron, protein and minerals like magnesium, zinc, and vitamin B1.

I usually add oats flour in most of my bakes along with whole wheat flour, chapati dough and breads and pizza dough.

You can powder Rolled Oats for the recipe in case you on’t have Oats Powder or flour.

checkout some of the recipes from the blog using Oats..Whole Wheat Pizza(Instant Pot Proofed dough), No Yeast Bread, Cheesy Paneer Tikka Parcels, Kale Brownies.

Oats Mango Kulfi

Mango, Kulfi and Homemade Mango Kulfi has brings back fond memories of childhood..In India summers are best time relish Mango and it’s delicacies!! Mango custard, Kulfis are a must make in every household. Back in those days Mom made this very simple Mango Kulfi, using Custard Powder(Vanilla flavored Custard Powder available in India).. so flavorful, rich and simple..I and my sister, used to wait impatiently

Got some sweet mangoes from the store and was thinking of making custard or Mango Phirni(Aam ki Phirni), when I realized no  cornflour or custard powder in cupboard.. I was about to give up the idea of making anything,when my daughter asked can’t we have kulfi or rabri using it..And then I remembered, Chef Vikas Khanna recipe of kufli using oats that I saw on one of his  TV shows .. I had quick rolled oats.. powdered it and made a few modifications  then it was ready within minutes..

I chilled half of the dessert and relished as Rabri and half went into freezer.

Checkout some other, mangoes recipes from the blog..

Mango Strawberry Salsa,

Mango Kalakand in Parle G Tarts,

Mango Passion Fruit Iced Tea,

Mango Thandai Lassi,

Mango Cardamom Cupcakes,

Mango Chilli Sauce,

Mango Mousse

Mango Passion-fruit Iced Tea

What we need to make Quick Mango Kulfi with Oats

–Use Fresh Mango Puree of sweet seasonal mangoes.You can also use canned puree.

–Quick Rolled Oats(powdered), Almond Meal, Milk Powder for creamy rich texture.

–Jaggery powder for sweetener and cardamom for aroma.

–Cardamom Powder for traditional Indian flavour.

In place of almond meal, you can add finely powdered almonds or soak handful of almonds, take out the skin, and grind to fine paste.

If you don’t want to use jaggery powder, you can add any castor sugar or any raw sugar(honey).

Milk powder is optional and adds on to more creaminess.

You can also make plain kulfi without Mango Puree. Add more more finely chopped nuts or saffron milk along with nuts.

Checkout the detailed method in the recipe card and attached video..

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Mango Badam Kulfi

Mango Kulfi

Mango Kulfi, recipe made without any synthetic sugar, cornflour, cream and condensed milk.
5 from 4 votes
Prep Time 10 mins
Cook Time 10 mins
Freezing Time 8 hrs
Course Dessert
Cuisine Indian
Servings 6 portions


  • 400 ml Milk
  • 1 Cup Mango Puree
  • ¼ Cup Quick Rolled Oats Powdered
  • ¼ Cup Almond Meal
  • ¼ Cup Jaggery Powder or as required
  • ¼ Cup Milk Powder optional
  • ¼ tsp Cardamom Powder
  • 2 tbsp Coarsely Powdered Pistachios and Cashews optional


  • In a thick bottomed pan, add milk and boil it on medium flame.
  • Keep it stirring in between. Once milk boils lower the flame and cook for another 5 mins.
  • Add powdered oats, almond meal, cardamom powder and milk powder and mix nicely.
  • Cook for 2-3 minutes when rabri/custard starts to thicken, add jaggery powder and mix well.
  • If lumps form you can use blend in jar once mix, is slightly warm. Or, can also use hand blender.
  • Once the rabri completely cools down, add chopped mangoes pieces or puree. When adding chopped mango pieces you can blend it in blender(or hand blender).
  • At this stage, you add coarsely chopped pistachios or add while transferring rabri/custard in mold.
  • Freeze for about 8 hrs.

How to freeze Kulfi without any Kulfi mold

  • If you don't have Kulfi or Popsicle molds your can use cupcakes paper cups like shown in video.
  • To Freeze in molds(Popsicle molds or Cupcake paper cups). Add rabri to molds or cups. Cover with a foil. Make a slit with knife in middle. Insert a Popsicle stick or Skewer in the slit.



In place of almond meal, you can add finely powdered almonds or soak handful of almonds, take out the skin, and grind to fine paste.
If you don't want to use jaggery powder, you can add any castor sugar or any raw sugar(honey).
Milk powder is optional and adds on to more creaminess.
You can also make plain kulfi without Mango Puree. Add more more finely chopped nuts or saffron milk along with nuts.
Keyword Kulfi Recipes, Mango Kulfi, Recipes with Mango

Do make this Creamy Mango Kulfi the quick way. Kids will love this Kulfi and for those who can’t have kulfi they can relish as Mango Rabri!!

Makes a prefect dessert after dinner or you can serve it your kids for afternoon/evening snack time in summers, as it has much more healthy ingredients than regular ice cream.

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12 thoughts

  1. WoW! The mango Kulfi with oats sounds really interesting, addition all healthy items in Kulfi makes the best Kulfi for this season. Loved the beautiful color and texture of kulfi. Lovely share!

  2. Your mango kulfi looks super delicious…it is just irresistible…I liked the hacks of oats powder for thickening…

  3. Love how tempting the mango kulfi looks, love the bead at the end of the stick, love that you’ve used oats and almond to thicken the mixture and the best of all you’ve used jaggery.

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