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Creamy Peach Mango Ice Box Cake Recipe with Brojas

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Peach Mango Ice Box Cake Recipe

Mango ice box cake is a well-loved, no-cook dessert here in the Philippines. It is very easy to make, ingredients are affordable, and it tastes so good. It’s refreshing, too, because it is frozen. And also, simply, because it has mangoes and Filipinos just love mangoes.

peach mango ice box cake recipe - merzci pasalubong brojas - filipino dessert - homecooking
A creamy peach mango ice box cake recipe using Merzci Pasalubong Brojas.
Note: A collaboration with Merzci Pasalubong

Mango Ice Box Cake Variant

Each family has its own recipe of mango ice box cake. How abundant the mango and how creamy it is depends on the budget of the one who made it. The flavors depend on the brands of the ingredients, too.

But what is common among them is that, we usually use Graham crackers as crust. We either have the flat crackers or the crushed ones mixed with butter and sugar.

Using Brojas

However, there are also other people who would rather use brojas for the crust. It is light, kinda sweet, and absorbs a lot of the moisture. But the results is a rather soft (despite frozen) and textured mango ice box cake, like you used sponge cake

peach mango ice box cake recipe - merzci pasalubong brojas - filipino dessert - homecooking
My beautiful peach mango ice box cake after assembling it. It has a beautiful yellow color, thanks to the pureed mangoes.

I am working with Merzci Pasalubong Broas for this yummy dessert.

The recipe I am sharing below has average sweetness. I made this for our Sunday lunch family dessert. Our family tries to control sugar intake, hence the reduced sweetness. And I did not only use mango but I threw in some peaches into the mixture as well.

Peach Mango Ice Box Recipe

Every weekend, I try to cook for the family. For this Sunday, it’s dessert time, so I didn’t meddle in the kitchen. Except for the Merzci Pasalubong Broas, all ingredients used in this dish are mine.

Ingredients:

  • 2 packs Merzci Pasalubong Brojas
  • 2 ripe mangoes, pureed
  • 1 bottle Arla cheesy spread
  • 1 can condensed milk
  • 2 boxes all-purpose cream
  • Vanilla
  • 1 can peach halves
  • 1 ripe mango, for garnish

    peach mango ice box cake recipe - merzci pasalubong brojas - filipino dessert - homecooking
    Except for the Arla cheeese spread, there is really no brand preference for the other ingredients. These were the ones available in our pantry at the time of preparation.

Procedure:

  1. Line the bottom of a rectangular Pyrex dish with Merzci Pasalubong Brojas. You may dip the bottom side in the peach syrup so that brojas will remain at the bottom and not float towards the surface. It will also add to the sweetness.

    peach mango ice box cake recipe - merzci pasalubong brojas - filipino dessert - homecooking
    Achi Dindin helped me line the Merzci Pasalubong brojas on the bottom of the rectangular Pyrex dish.
  2. Mix the mango puree, Arla cheese spread, condensed milk, cream, and vanilla. If you want this mango ice box cake to be sweeter, add another half a can of condensed milk.
  3. Chop 6 peach halves. Mix into the cream mixture. The cream mixture now has a wonderful yellow color.

    peach mango ice box cake recipe - merzci pasalubong brojas - filipino dessert - homecooking
    Mix in the roughly chopped peaches.
  4. Pour 3/4 of the cream mixture over the first layer of broajas. Line the cream with another layer of brojas, making them “float” over the cream mixture.
  5. Spread the rest of the cream mixture over the brojas. Slice the remaining peach halves and some mangoes for topping. Arrange them nicely for garnish or just chop them all and spread on top.
  6. Pop in the freezer for at least three hours.

    peach mango ice box cake recipe - merzci pasalubong brojas - filipino dessert - homecooking
    Frozen peach mango ice box cake. Look at that yummy yellow color and the texture of the brojas on top.
  7. Before serving, allow the mango ice box cake to thaw for at least 10 minutes to make it easier to slice. You may also dip your knife in hot water before slicing. Keep dipping as you keep slicing.
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A slice of the peach mango ice box cake. Dig in!

 

Do you like this Filipino dessert, too? Share your story in the comments below. Do share your experience with making peach mango ice box cake as well. 😀

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6 thoughts on “Creamy Peach Mango Ice Box Cake Recipe with Brojas

  1. Yummy, mango ice box cake is one of my favourite Pinoy desserts ever! I just love the combination of condensed milk, fruit and sponges! I have so many fond memories of eating this! Adding peach is a lovely twist!

  2. Omg. I’m filipino and I don’t know how to make mango ice box cake! I’ve never heard of these bu they sure sound amazing! I need to find some brojas and those types of mangos because I really wanna taste this. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

  3. Mango Ice box cake looks like the preparation of the “tiramisù” but with different ingredients. Here in Italy we hardly know what Brojas is 🙂 but since I love Mango much better than Coffee and mascarpone 🙂

    1. The other name for Brojas is ladyfingers. And yes, you’re right, mango ice box cake is indeed similar in style and preparation to tiramisu. I have yet to perfect tiramisu recipe though. 😀 Do you have a good one you can share? 😀

  4. Wow this sounds amazing! Peach mango ice box cake is like the perfect dessert for a summer BBQ with friends or family. We need more frozen desserts for the summer!

    Jackie – Organised Mum Life

  5. Wow. This peach mango ice box cake looks so creamy and refreshing. I’d love to try and make this recipe. Not sure it would turn out as nice as that one tho!!!

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