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Wednesday, May 15, 2013

Eggless Low Fat Mango Cupcakes and announcement of Spotlight : May theme

It's again that time of the year when juicy, yummy mangoes are abundantly available in the market and I have to admit, Mango is my favorite fruit. Summer is the time when all my favorite fruits are available---Honeydew melon, Watermelon, Mangoes, Litchies, Guavas, Ripe Payayas, Palm fruits, berries, cherries, plums, peaches and what no, all sorts of exotic fruits are in season. That's why in summer I feel like eating fruits only. So many yummy things you can make with these fruits like, Smoothies, Lassis, drinks, punches, fruit salad, dessert or can use them in a bake.
  I made these exotic looking Cupcakes with this season's first fresh mangoes...Cupcakes taste awesome with fresh mango flavour. I made these cupcakes with no egg and with very less fat. Super easy and guilt free bake.....

You Need :
All-purpose flour : 2/3 cup
Whole wheat flour : 2/3 cup
Baking Powder : 1 tsp.
Baking Soda : 1 tsp.
Butter : 1/2 cup(~50 gm.), in room temperature
Vegetable oil : 1/2 cup
Condensed milk : 1 can(~350 ml.), use more or less according to your taste

Mango Puree : 1 cup(I used 2 big mangoes)[Store-bought mango pulps are equally good]
Mango essence : 1 tsp.(optional)
Yellow food color : 4-5 drops(optional), gives vibrant yellow color

How To :
  • Pre-heat oven to 175 degreeC or 350 degreeF. Grease with a little butter your muffin/cupcake tray or any other baking pan you are using.
  • Take all dry ingredients, i.e., two types of flours, baking soda and baking powder in a bowl and mix well.
  • In another mixing bowl, beat butter, oil and condensed milk together. 
  • Peel the mangoes and blend in a mixer until well blended. Add this to mixing bowl and whisk till well blended with others. Also add mango essence and food color if using.
  • Now slowly add dry ingredients in the mixing bowl and blend until whole dry ingredients are used. Blend until you have a creamy batter, do not over blend the batter.
  • Pour into your prepared baking pan and bake until a toothpick inserted comes out clean. it takes approx. 30-45 minutes.

Announcement of Spotlight : May-June

In this post, I'm announcing the theme of "SPOTLIGHT" of this month. As you see I'm going crazy over summer fruits, I want to know How you eat your summer fruits.
So, the theme is "Summer Fruits"  

Rules of the event :
1. Prepare any kind of dish using Summer fruits, like drinks, smoothies, lassi, punch, cocktail, dessert anything, even use it in your baking..Share with us how you eat your summer fruits. Eggs are allowed.

2. Post it in your blog from May 15th to June 15th,'13 and link it to this announcement page.  You can send multiple entries.

3. Archived  entries rae allowed if reposted with this announcement link. 

4. The use of logo is mandatory as it helps to spread the word.

5. Non-bloggers can send their entries to the email address mentioned below.

6. Use the linky tools to link your entries...if you are having any problem linking your entries, send them to my email adress, ( with subject line "Spotlight : Summer Fruits" in below format

Name :
Blog name :
Recipe Name :
Recipe URL :
Image no larger than 300 pixel...............

So friends, share your exotic Summer fruit dishes with us and make this event successful like always....:))


Wednesday, May 15, 2013 / by / 12 Comments


  1. Hi,
    Indrani, i have linked my recipe..Nice Theme!!!!

  2. Wow, so beautiful & tempting.loved the presentation

  3. Wonderful cupcakes Indrani. Lovely event too. Will try to send my entries dear. I think mistakenly period of the event is wrong, do check it pls. Happy hosting!

    today's post:

  4. mango flavoured sweets are always my favorite..loving this recipe completely..liked the event too but i am bit congused with the period mentioned here..

  5. great event..will try to link something..

    Yummy cupcakes..

  6. Hi indrani,
    First time here,you have a lovely blog..
    Nice event...Linked my entries...

  7. Hi Indrani..

    Lovely event and you have a nice blog

    Linked my entries

  8. Mango is most important crop in pakistan, Pakistani mango is exported to large number of countries in the world.

    Mango producer in Pakistan
    Mango exporter in sindh

  9. Awesome! It’s genuinely awesome article, I even have got obvious idea concerning from this article.

    Mango exporter pakistan


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