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Mangomisu shots

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Adjust Servings:
1/4 cup+3/4 cup Mango puree
1 cup( for dipping) Mango juice
200 g Cream cheese
1.5 cups Heavy whipping cream
3 tsp Agar agar
1/3 cups Icing sugar
1/4 cup Water
1 pack Lady Fingers/Vanilla cake

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Mangomisu shots

Mangomisu is a perfect, easiest and most refreshing dessert with the goodness of Tiramisu but with the mango and its juice instead of chocolate and coffee.

  • Serves 6
  • Medium




Mangomisu shots are the mangolicious version of the famous Tiramisu without the chocolate and coffee. This is a perfect dessert for every occasion and will be the heartbeat of food table at any party. Every bite of this dessert will be a burst of creamy and tangy flavors in your mouth. Though this is a summer dessert, but it is a regular throughout the year in my house, just because we all are passionately in love with the King of fruits-Mango.



Whip the heavy whipping cream till it forms soft peaks.


In another bowl, beat together the cream cheese and sugar till it becomes smooth and creamy. Now add 1/4 cup mango puree and beat again for a min or till it blends well with the cream cheese.


Add and fold in the whipped cream to the cream cheese mix.


Now, break the lady finger biscuits in half and dip in the mango juice. Layer this as the base in the shot glasses. Next, add the cream cheese mix. Repeat again to form another layer. Flatten out the top layer with the back of a spoon and keep the shot glasses in refrigerator for 30 mins.


To make the final mango jelly layer, take water in a pan and add agar agar flakes to it. keep this on medium flame and keep whisking for about 2 minutes. Now add the 3/4 cup mango puree and keep mixing for another 3-4 mins.


For the final assembly, take out the shot glasses from the fridge and pour the mango mix on the cream cheese layer. Let it sit for 15 mins and then transfer the glasses to the fridge again for it to cool down( for app. 30 mins to 1 hour).
Just before serving, top it with fresh fruits of your choice( strawberries, raspberries, blueberries are my favorites) and sprinkle some icing sugar to give it that final magical finish.


P:S: 1.) You can add some brandy to the mango juice used for dipping lady fingers for the original Tiramisu feel:)
2.) If you want this to be an eggless version, use eggless vanilla cake instead of lady fingers.


I am a Physical therapist by profession and when I am not treating patients, you will either find me creating something magical in my kitchen or lost deep in a good book. Cooking is therapeutic to me and I firmly believe in Bill Holland's words, "People who give you their food give you their heart". This is the essence of food for me. I love to travel and learn about the history and culture of various beautiful places out there. I am a music lover, a true Cancerian by heart and I love to try new recipes adding my own special touch to them. I have recently developed an interest in food photography and I find it as fascinating as preparing different cuisines.

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