DIY : Mango Graham Parfait

First of all, I wanna greet all my readers A MERRY MERRY CHRISTMAS!! It is officially my first Christmas Day here on my blog! Weeee! So how was your Christmas eve last night? If you’re following me on Instagram (@keiseee) then you know that it is our 1st time to celebrate Christmas without our parents around.  Nevertheless, from cooking & preparing foods for Noche Buena to making yummy Mango float for desserts, I still had fun spending time with my siblings.

And speaking of desserts, since I had a few more extra ingredients from the mango float that I made last night, I decided to make an Parfait version of the mango float and called it “Mango Graham Parfait”!


I will be sharing you how I made this quick and easy desserts that are perfect for the holidays! Do give this a try and tell me what you think! 🙂 


➤ Crushed Grahams
➤ Mango (cut into small cubes)
➤ A can of all purpose cream
➤ A can of condensed milk
➤ A mason jar or any clear glass jar you may have
(a clear jar because you wanna see that layers of goodness right?)

mango graham parfait1


Step 1. In a separate bowl, mix 1 can of all purposed cream and condensed milk. (Sweetness depends on how much condensed milk you mixed with the cream). Set aside and let it chill for a couple of minutes inside the refrigerator.

Step 2. Do the layering! You can be creative on this one! Add the crushed graham, the cream and mangoes inside the jar, you can do a couple of layers until you fill up all the space inside the jar!

Step 3.  Chill and Serve. That’s it! You are basically done!! You can add whipped cream on top if desired.


You can do this even on a wine glass! The possibilities are endless! Please lemme know on your thoughts on this one by commenting down below. May you all have a wonderful time this holiday season!

Til next post!

Love, Kat ❤

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