Mango Lassie Glass & Tropical Chocolate Pudding

Yes, Mango Lassie is a delicious Indian drink. Think outside the box and make a delicious pretty glass for decorating your desserts. The gorgeous colour comes from Turmeric! 💜


Normally to make sugar glass corn syrup is used. I don't do Corn syrup, so I played with honey and it was a win. This was done in 5 mins cook time!


I made this recipe by Facebook Live, watch that here. During the same live I also made refried beans & bacon (plant based) in my steamer with no added fat.


Mango Lassie Glass Ingredients

  • 1/3 cup sugar

  • 1 Tbsp Creamed Honey

  • 3 Tbsp Water

  • 1 Tbsp Epicure Mango Lassie (avail March 2020 as a Taste Test)

  • 1-2 tsp fresh lime juice

  • pinch of salt

Combine all ingredients in your steamer and cook 30 seconds at a time, stirring with your silicon spoon, until your sugar is dissolved. I had large crystal unbleached sugar so it took longer, mine was dissolved in 1.5 mins. I cooked it 2 mins, then did the cold water test (minutes 16-19 in live video). Then I cooked it 45 seconds more. The water test confirmed it was at Hard Crack. I drizzled some onto my cookie sheet and left the rest to firm up in the steamer.

PS!! Mango Lassie is a taste test - Epicure wants to know your thoughts - please share feedback here!


Here's what it looked like as I 'cracked my glass'


Tropical Chocolate Pudding!

  • 1 Epicure Chocolate Pudding Mix

  • 2 c Milk of your choice - I used DIY Cashew Milk

  • 1 Tbsp Mango Lassie

Whisk as per usual! I topped mine with Cashew Cream and Mango Lassie Glass shards


Happy Cooking & Eating! XO Dana K


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