Make the most of this mango season! Another mango recipe – this time a healthy pudding..
Here is a pudding that is loaded with deliciousness and is healthy! Never thought a pudding could be made so quickly and at the same time yields an immensely satisfying dessert. And there is no need to wait for it to cool down and set for hours in the refrigerator. Just mix the ingredients, micro and then simply dig in!



The texture is quite soft yet firm. The smooth texture comes from the fruit and the firmness from the oats and bread crumbs. The brown sugar topping gives a nice crunch as you bite into this deliciously healthy pudding!

Mango can be replaced with apples, strawberries etc (see notes). Serve it hot or cold with some ice cream or homemade mango sauce, as per the season. Have it for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This is an all season and any time dessert!



Mango and Oat Pudding

Pulpy & juicy mangoes paired with oats for a healthy and tasty dessert

  • Butter (softened – 50 gms (4 tbsp))
  • Castor sugar – 75 gms (½ cup)
  • Vanilla essence – 1 tsp
  • Fresh mango puree – 1 cup (about 1-2 mangoes)
  • Oats – 1 cup
  • Fresh bread crumbs – 1 cup (about 2 to 3 slices)
  • Baking powder – ½ tsp

For topping

  • brown sugar – 2 tsp

For garnish

  • Mint leaf (chopped almonds)
  1. Spread oats in a single & even layer in a pan & roast till a bit crisp, keep stirring in between. Or you could spread & roast in microwave for 3 mins on a micro safe plate.
  2. Wash, peel, chop mangoes and blend to get 1 cup puree. Remove bread crust and powder to get 1 cup crumbs.
  3. Grease an 8” micro safe dish.
  4. Beat butter with sugar with hand whisk till fluffy. Add vanilla essence and beat again.
  5. Add puree, mix well. Add roasted oats, mix well.
  6. Sprinkle baking powder, mix well. Add breadcrumbs, beat to mix well.
  7. Transfer to greased dish and spread evenly. Sprinkle brown sugar on top. Microwave for 4 mins without covering at 80% power. The mixture looks set when done. Let stand 5 mins.
  8. Garnish and serve hot or cold with vanilla ice cream, mango sauce.

The color does not change after cooked, so don’t over cook the pudding.
You could replace mango with other fruits like apples, peaches, pears, strawberries. The method is the same for all.
After roasting oats, you could coarsely crush them if desired. But see that they are not powdered fine. You need to have some bite left in them.
Use juicy mangoes for a soft pudding consistency.

Adapted from Nita Mehta cookbook



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