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Mount Fuji: Mango Mochi Dessert Review

Mango Mochi Dessert with White Chocolate and Raspberry Sauce

From: Mount Fuji, Bullring, Birmingham

Price: £4.95

When we go to Birmingham we also stop off at Mount Fuji for lunch, this time they had a new dessert on the menu. I was eager to try, the sweet chewy flavorsome mango bean paste complimented the sweet vanilla ice-cream within the mango casing. It came with a smooth white chocolate and slightly sharp raspberry sauce. Was deliciously appetizing, however 4 mochi was enough anymore and would of became too sickly to eat as the chewy bean paste has a very rubbery texture.

Mango Mochi Dessert with White Chocolate and Raspberry Sauce           7/10

A great alternative to the macha cake, however both are incredibly good desserts no matter which you choose.



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REVIEW: Yoo Moo Tropicoolmoo

“likes deep sea diving and pirate treasure hunting,”

Natural frozen yogurt with swirls of mango and passionfruit sauce topped with mango pieces.

Price: £1.30 for an 150ml pot (price may vary from supermarket to supermarket)

On opening the pot you get a big hit of mango through your nostrils. It looks really appealing to the eyes, and I was eager to taste. The mango pieces are quite chewy and fully of juicy flavours. As it is frozen yogurt it was easily scoop able straight away from the freezer.

You can taste the natural yogurt coming through with a light after taste of the mango and passion fruit sauce. Not too sweet but sweet enough to give a slight flavour through the natural yogurt. It melts pretty quickly, so it becomes just a normal yogurt with mango pieces, but still pretty tasty.

Yoo Moo’s Tropicoolmoo     8/10

Needs a hint more flavour and a bigger pot of it, as only 136 calories a small pot I’m sure a bigger pot of the stuff wouldn’t hurt anyone’s diet x3

My sidekick Moo DeCow agrees



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Easy Mango Ice Cream

whoopie cookie

We’re still on a fruity kick over here.  My 6-year-old son loves Mango anything so we whipped up this ice cream for dessert the other day.  It was simple and easy and will work for any number of frozen fruits.

1 12 oz. bag of your favorite frozen fruit
2/3 cup heavy cream
1/4 cup of sugar

Add sugar to heavy cream and mix until fully combined.  Place frozen fruit in a food processor and give it a rough chop.  Slowly pour in the heavy cream and process it until it is smooth.  Place it in a freezer safe container and pop it in the freezer until it is frozen, or as for as long as you can wait to eat it!

Perfect for a breezy summer night.

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Posted by on June 22, 2012 in Ice-cream recipes


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