Summer, perfect time to indulge in Mangoes. Buy in bulk and try out new recipes using Mangoes in various forms. This my own adaptation of the English Trifle Pudding, using our very own favorite Mango!

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  • Serves: 8+ people
  • 2 Ripe Mangoes
  • 8 tsp Mango Jam
  • 8 slices of Fruit bread (I use Kwality here in India)
  • 2 cups prepared Custard
  • 2 cups Whipped cream
  • 1 cup Biscuit crumbs (powdered Marie)
  • 1 cup Sugar Syrup flavored with mango essence or Mango juice
  • 8 small glasses (a little larger than shot glass)

Peel both Mangoes and extract pulp from one mango and cut the other mango into small 1 inch pieces. (Reserve the juices that you collect while cutting the mango, this can be added to the sugar syrup).


Divide the bread into half, so you should have 16 rectangular pieces.


In each glass, start layering the trifle with the bottom most layer of fruit bread. Press it down firmly. Pour 1 tsp of sugar syrup over it. 1 tsp of Mango jam forms the next layer. 1 tsp of biscuit crumb forms the next layer, press it down. 1 tsp of Mango puree, followed by 1 Tbsp of whipped cream layer. Drop in a 1- 2 pieces of mango and repeat the bread layer with sugar syrup. Finally top with 2 tsp of custard.


Decorate with Mango pieces and mint leaves.

Note: Make sure you cover the edges, as the layers are important to be seen through the glass.

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By Kruti on Jun 28, 2012

My first Pudding !! and it was amazing. Right from shopping for the different elements, preparing them and getting all of them together to make one whole dish :) 


By Malli on Jun 22, 2011

That is an awesome trifle that would satisfy my sweet tooth and my hot weather cravings:-P

By Smitha on Jun 22, 2011

Such a visually appealing desert and easy too. Must try it before the season ends her. Its almost the end here in Bangalore.

By Nitya on Jun 22, 2011

Lovely!! But why do I come across such things only when i'm on a diet plan :cry:

By Aditi Bansal on Jun 22, 2011

Suggest a gud thick cream which i could use for whipping. I used to use Narsaria brand, but its not available in Mumbai, I also tried Amul fresh cream,but its too thin.What creams do they usually use in icecreams and desserts. Pls give me the name of the brand,which i could use.

By tooli on Jun 22, 2011