Infuse the popular dessert Mango Float with the equally popular drink of mango sago and you have a deliciously sweet and creamy dessert in a flash. (Click to see more no-bake desserts)

Yield 5 to 6 small glasses
Prep Time 15 minutes
Chill Time
20 to 30 minutes

Ingredients:
2 cups all-purpose cream

1 1/4 cups (300 ml) condensed milk
2 ripe mangoes, thinly sliced
1 1/2 cup cooked sago, small
1 pack crushed graham crackers
chocolate wafer sticks for garnish

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Directions:
1
In a bowl, pour in all-purpose cream and gradually add condensed milk (you may opt to add more or less to achieve your desired sweetness). Mix until well blended.
2 Fold in half of the sago to the cream mixture.
3 Assemble the layers: Start by putting a thick layer of crushed graham crackers on the bottom of individual glasses, pour cream mixture, top with sliced mangoes, and sprinkle with sago. Repeat process to make 2 or 3 layers, ending with sprinkle of crushed graham crackers on top.
4 Garnish with sliced mango, a dollop of sago, and chocolate wafer stick (if desired). Chill and serve.

How to cook sago:
Cook 1 1/2 cups sago in 3 cups boiling water. (Like it sweeter? Add 2/3 cup of brown sugar.)
Stir constantly to avoid clumping.
Boil until the sago pearls turn translucent.
Rinse in cold water. Drain.

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