Butterscotch Mango Sundae

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The temperature rising high and there is nothing you can do about it – the scorching sun and the sweat dripping down your nape. Can you think of any solution?  Of course visiting a cool hill station is one way out, but a cheaper solution may be having a good, cold, long sundae.

A little googling about sundae gave me more than 10 million links to sundae. Google celebrated the 119th birthday of sundaes with a Google doodle, allegedly invented first by someone in Ithaca, N.Y, who also happens to be a pharmacist.

Whether or not it’s someone from USA or from Uruguay, sundaes are everyone’s favorite, and for those who are calorie conscious, why not just indulge in some sin – sundaes on Sunday.

Serves 2
Preparation time 5min


  • 400gms butterscotch ice cream
  • 1 ripe mango
  • 6 chocolate wafers
  • Cherries for garnishing


  • Crush 4 wafers into small bits
  • Slice the mango into very small pieces
  • Take two wine flutes fill with 2 tablespoons of chocolate wafers and 3 tablespoons of mango slices
  • Put in 1 big scoop of ice-cream
  • Layer similarly till you reach the top of the glass; add one last scoop of ice cream
  • Garnish with cherries and wafers
  • Serve immediately

Hot Tips – If you don’t want to buy the ice-cream, here’s how you can prepare butterscotch ice-cream

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