Mango-Vanilla Pudding

Hello, everyone!

Welcome back to Foodie Souls.

Well, Summers are here and so is the king of fruits. So today the recipe which I am gonna share with you guys is the soft and creamy Mango-Vanilla Pudding. Though this was my first attempt to make this one, earlier I have also shared the similar kind of recipe with you all which was Eggless Choco Pudding. I keep on trying new flavours which I can share with you guys. So without any further detail lets get into the recipe.

Ingredients you will need (Serves 3-4):

For Mango layer:

  • Agar-agar/ gelatin/ china grass: 1 tsp
  • Hot water: 2 tbsp
  • Mango Puree: 2 cups (1 cup = 250ml)

For Cream layer:

  • Milk: 1 cup, full cream
  • Agar-agar/gelatin: 1 tsp
  • Sugar: 1/2 cup, powdered
  • Cream: 1 cup (I have used Amul Fresh Cream)
  • Vanilla essence/ extract: 1 tsp
  • Salt: a pinch


  • Firstly, in a large mixing bowl take 1 tsp of agar-agar/ gelatin and add 2 tbsp of hot water.
  • Mix well and dissolve the agar-agar completely
  • Further, add 2 cups of Mango Puree (I have used Langra aam, but can take any mango of your choice)
  • Mix well making sure the pulp gets mixed up with agar- agar uniformly
  • Now, take a service glass or bowl and tilt it slightly.
  • Pour the prepared mixture till it reaches the rim
  • Now refrigerate it for 2-3 hours or overnight, till it sets completely.
  • After 2 hours, make sure that the mango layer has set, and now start preparing for the vanilla mixture
  • Heat up the milk in a vessel and add 1 tsp of agar-agar/gelatin and whisk well 
  • Cook the milk in low-medium till it steams (but do not boil)
  • Later add 1 cup of cream and whisk well
  • Now add 1/2 cup of powdered sugar, 1 tsp of vanilla essence and a pinch of salt
  • Whisk till the sugar dissolves completely.
  • Let the milk cool down for 10-15 mins before pouring it into the glass
  • Pour the cooled milk into the glass or bowl till the rim
  • Refrigerate it for 2-3 hours again or overnight, or until it sets completely
  • Finally, garnish it with some chopped mangoes and a spring of mint leaf
  • Enjoy your Mango Pannacotta or Mango Pudding.


  • Firstly, do not boil the milk, just heat till it steams up, else milk might curdle.
  • Also, stir the milk continuously else agar- agar will settle at bottom and burns.
  • Furthermore, if using gelatin, make sure its neutral flavoured.
  • If you feel the mango puree is too thick, strain it before pouring into the glass.

I hope you all liked the recipe and would give it a try. Do let me know how it turned out by posting me in on Instagram/ Facebook/Twitter with #foodiesouls. I would love to know your feedback in the comment section below.

Until then keep smiling 🙂

Happy Cooking!


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