Mango Almond Barfi

A very easy and super healthy mango almond fudge aka barfi made with mango puree and ground almonds. This is a perfect and delicious sweet to enjoy when mangoes are in season.

This mango almond barfi is very easy and super addictive, it only takes few minutes to cook and assemble the mango and almond mass and the taste is heavenly. As the festivals are approaching, this barfi can be a wonderful addition to the Diwali festival Menu series. Don’t worry if mangoes are not in season, go ahead and make it with store-bought mango puree and surprise your guests this Diwali.

It is the last post of protein-rich dishes and it was a blast doing this marathon and we got quite a huge collection of protein-based dishes. My bookmarks list went to infinity and I don’t have any idea when I am going to make all the dishes from it.

Anyways don’t forget to check the roundup of 26 protein-rich dishes, stay tuned.

Blogging Marathon#80 Week 5/Day 26
Theme– Protein Rich Dishes
Mango Almond Barfi
Protein Source-
Almonds, Walnuts

Mango Almond Fudge
Prep Time
10 mins
Cook Time
30 mins
Total Time
40 mins

A very easy and super healthy mango almond fudge aka barfi made with mango puree and ground almonds. This is a perfect and delicious sweet to enjoy when mangoes are in season.

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: Indian
Servings: 20 Pieces
Author: Sapana Behl
  • 2 cups mango puree
  • 2 cups almond meal
  • 3/4 cup sugar
  • 1 teaspoon cardamom powder
  • 1 tablespoon ghee
  • 2 tablespoon coconut flakes, optional
  • 2 tablespoon walnuts, chopped
  1. Grease an 8" square baking tray with ghee and set aside.

  2. h=Heat a heavy bottom pan and add mango puree with sugar. Cook on low heat with frequent stirring.

  3. Once it starts thickening add almond meal and cooks on low until it starts to form a mass.

  4. Add cardamom powder and ghee and mix to combine. 

  5. Transfer the mixture into the greased baking tray and press the mixture into the baking tray.

  6. Sprinkle chopped walnuts and desiccated coconut on top. Let the fudge set for about 2 hours.

  7. Cool and cut the desired shape of barfi.

  8. Store in refrigerator.

Recipe Notes

I used three mangoes to make the puree you can also use store-bought mango puree.

Coconut flakes are optional you may skip them. 



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Sending this post to Jayashree’s Ever Green Recipes for Diwali Collection.

Best Regards,
Sapana Behl

12 comments on “Mango Almond Barfi”

  1. Bookmarking. I need this asap it’s yum.
    Great series Sapana loved all your dishes.

  2. Wow that burfi looks super duper rich!..very nice and I so enjoyed your series!

  3. Burfi has come out perfect.. Burfi’s are one of my weakness.. This looks really yummy!!

  4. The burfi is looking perfect and anything with mango I am all up for it. Bookmarking this one.

  5. SO tempting barfi, cant resist to these beauties, am just drooling rite now here.

  6. What a delicious sweet way to end the marathon. I’m hoping that by next week mangoes appear so I can make this for diwali.

  7. Divya says:

    Did you just grind dry almonds for almond meal?


    1. Yes Divya, I grind the almonds in the mixer for this recipe.

  8. Preeti says:

    Love the both ingredients..barfi looks so inviting.

  9. Vaishali says:

    I am drooling over this Barfi . Bookmarking right away . Enjoyed all your Protein Rich Recipes .

  10. ruchi indu says:

    Lovely recipe with mangoes and badam. Should try this in the next upcoming mango season.

  11. Pavani says:

    What an interesting combination of ingredients for a burfi Sapana. It looks amazing — love that color.

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