Mango Sago Dessert

Missing our restaurant dining-in days. This is one of my kids’ favourite desserts to order and I learnt that it is actually so easy and cost effective to make on our own in the Thermomix. So here’s sharing mango sago dessert, just the way we like it, thick and yummy!

Mango Sago Dessert (cold)

A smooth, mango dessert that is perfect for hot weathers and anytime snack
Course Dessert
Cuisine Chinese


  • Thermomix


  • 450 g mangoes, ripened cubed
  • 50 g coconut milk fresh or packet
  • 200 g evaporated milk
  • 50 g sugar

Sago Pearls

  • 100 g sago pearls rinsed
  • 1000 g water

Garnishing (Topping)

  • mango cubes
  • strawberries, cubed


  • Rinse sago pearls. Put into TM bowl with water. Cook 20mins/100c/Sp 2
  • When done, rinse pearls thoroughly with cold water in a sieve and set aside. Soak in clean water to keep the pearls from sticking together for later use. Refrigerate to keep if using next day. Sieve out water prior to use.

Mango Puree

  • Put all ingredients into the TM bowl. Blend till smooth. 15 secs/Sp 8-9.
  • Add in additional mango cubes, strawberries, sago and mix in with a spatula. Serve cold.


If you prefer a more liquid consistency, you may reduce the amount of mangoes used.  Best use ripened mangoes as the natural sweetness and the fragrance of the mangoes will determined its outcome.  
I sometimes use a mix of mango types to have a balanced taste with sweetness and fragrance.  
Keyword Cold, Less Sugar Desserts, Mango, Sago, Strawberries, Sweet bakes

This dessert is great for parties, or potluck gatherings and as a quick dessert after meals. Using fully ripened mangoes is the key in this dessert as the flavour, taste and colour comes from the mangoes.

This recipe can be adjusted to your preference, by adjusting the quantity of mangoes and /or the evaporated milk to adjust the consistency as desired.

Happy Thermomixing as always!

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