Since mangoes are in season, I decided to try an Indian dessert called Amrakhand (or Shrikhand, depending on the region) and it turned out delicious. Very few ingredients, very easy to make, and very good if you like yogurt and mangoes. And if you use 0% Greek yogurt, no fat unless you add nuts. Also no need to add lots of sugar if you use very ripe, sweet mangoes.
2 cups thick Greek plain yogurt (0% if you don't want fat)
Sugar to taste (start with 1/4 cup or less, taste as you go. I used less than 1/4 cup)
Ground cardamom (optional, but if you do use, don't use too much, maybe a pinch or 2 and taste as you go)
4 tbs chopped nuts (optional - cashews, walnuts, almonds, pine nuts. You can toast them for more flavor)
3 ripe Ataulfo mangos, 2 to blend and one for garnish
Peel and cut the 2 mangos and blend til smooth (I used my stick blender, worked very well), thoroughly combine with the yogurt, stir in sugar and (if using) cardamom. Refrigerate until very cold (at least 2 hours) and garnish with diced mango and nuts just before serving.