recipes, recipe, food,
Recipe, recipes, food,

Kids Recipe of Sabudana Mango Pudding

..Kids Recipe of Sabudana Mango Pudding
  • Serves: 4 People
  • Prep Time: 5 Minutes
  • Cooking: 10 Minutes
  • Calories: 768
  • Difficulty: easy

Now that summer has begun, a variety of exotic fruits have hit the market. One such fruit is mango. Mango is the king of fruits and can be eaten in any form. Add it to your curry and make it more delicious or add it to a refreshing mango milkshake. Mango sago is a delicious tropical tasting dessert, and it is also quite healthy. Sabudana Kheer with Mango is an Indian style sago mango pudding or mango tapioca pudding. Mango sago pudding is a rich, creamy and delicious dessert made by cooking sago or tapioca pearl with milk and mango. This sabudana mango pudding is served chilled and tastes very cool, especially in summer with its tropical flavors.
Make this Indian pudding healthier by adding fresh mango and chia seed pieces. You may make it gluten free by adding coconut or soy milk instead of regular milk. Tapioca pearls are themselves gluten-free and are obtained from the roots of the cassava tree. They are known to be rich source of carbohydrates and hence provide instant energy. Mango tapioca pudding is simple and quick dessert, a healthy recipe for your kids. Giving your kids healthy food balanced with their choice and taste is the preference of every mom, so do give this kids recipe of sabudana mango pudding a try this season. I am sure your kids will love it.



  1. In a pan add milk and cook till the milk comes to boil. We don't need to reduce it just boil it.

  2. Drain water from sabudana (tapioca seeds) and add in this boiling milk. Cook for 3-4 minutes while stirring continuously over medium to low flame. When sabudana or sago pearls turns translucent that means they are ready.

  3. Add sugar, cardamom powder, choped cashews, almonds and raisins, mix well. Cook for 3-4 minutes more so that sugar melts completely and pudding will start to thicken. Do not cook it too much as it will get more thick after it gets cold.

  4. Turn off the flame and let the kheer come to the room temperature.

  5. Add mango pulp in the sago pudding, mix well. Remember if sabudana kheer is not cold while adding the mangoes the milk can be curdled. 

  6. Put the bowl in the milk to chill the pudding well.

  7. In a serving glass or bowl add a layer of pudding, then layer of fresh fruits ( I used pomegranate and chopped mangoes) then again add a layer of pudding.

  8. Top with chopped mangoes and pomegranate, serve.

  9. Kids recipe of sabudana mango pudding is ready to enjoy.

  10. _________ Tips: Avoid over soaking of sago or tapioca pearls as it will turn them mushy.

  11. If the pudding thickens up too much after cooling down add some milk to it as per the consistency you want. Then heat on low flame of microwave for 30 seconds. Mix it gently.

You may also like

About Author

I experienced that cooking doesn't need to be threatening. I didn't figure out how to cook as a child. No treats or cakes with Grandma. Never helping mother cook meals. I needed to learn as a grown-up, due to legitimate need. I needed to figure out how to cook. So I just began cooking. It was unpleasant from the outset. I attempted to sear garlic, and everything turned green. It was one Pinterest fall flat after the other until I at least began to get its hang. For some time, I; despised cooking feared it with each fiber of my being. And one day; I, began anticipating it. I would be at my work area and begin pondering what I could make for supper. I began to get amped up for evaluating new plans, concocting something all alone, or utilizing new fixings. It got fun. Also, that is something I need to impart to you. Cooking is fun and energizing, and regardless of whether you think you will suck at it, recall, even I can cook.

Sabudana Kheer with Mango Mango sago pudding kids recipe of sabudana mango pudding Mango tapioca pudding recipe