Monday, June 10, 2013

Eggless Butterless Mini Mango Chocolate Marble Cake~~ Home Baker's Challenge#2

After making pizza, for this month's Home Baker's Challenge we landing towards a sweet bake aka marble cake with the king of fruits ' The Majestic Mango'. This month's host Sangee Vijay challenged the members of this wonderful baking group to bake two versions of mango chocolate marble cake,one is with eggs and butter and the another one is as eggless and butterless version. Without any hesitation, i baked mine as eggless and butterless version. I used store bought kesar mango pulp instead of fresh mango pulp for making this mini marble cake, i have already baked twice this mango chocolate marble cake and everytime this marble cake was a big hit among my kids since this cake have both our favourite ingredients mango and chocolates in it. Thanks to Sangee for this incredible challenge and we loved it.

Also from today onwards, am running my second week of blogging marathon with a beautiful theme called cooking with colours,obviously my next two day's posts will be very colourful and definitely delicious. As this marble cake sounds prefect for this week's of blogging marathon, am posting this spongy,super moist and very catchy marble cake today. As i told earlier, if you love mango and chocolate in your bakes, this marble cake is for you, needless to say that since this cake is eggless and butterless you can have two more pieces of this cake without an guilt. Bake this marble cake and am sure you will love it. Honestly mango and chocolate makes a wonderful pair in cakes. Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing this 29th edition.


2cups All purpose flour
1+1/2tsp Baking powder
1/2tsp Baking soda
1/4tsp Salt
3/4cup Sugar
1/4cup Cocoa powder (mix with 2tbsp of warm water)
5tbsp Oil
1tsp Vanilla extract
1cup Mango pulp
1/4cup Milk
1/4cup Yogurt

Preheat the oven to 350F, grease your mould and line it with baking paper if needed.

In a mixing bowl, take the sugar, oil, mix it.

Now add the mango pulp,milk,yogurt,vanilla and whisk well.

Meanwhile in an another bowl combine the flour,baking soda,baking powder, salt and mix well,keep aside.

Gradually add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and stir well until everything combine well.

Transfer half of the mango batter to a bowl.

Now take the cocoa powder, warm water in a bowl,mix it and make a thick chocolate syrup.

Add this to another half mango paste, mix it to make chocolate cake batter.

Now pour the mango and cocoa batter alternatively to the already prepared pan, make a swirl with a tooth pick.

Bake it in middle rack for 40-45 minutes until a toothpick inserted comes out clean.

Notes:
You can use fresh homemade mango pulp for making this cake.

You can also add chocolate chips or nuts to make this cake more delicious.

You can make zebra pattern, a simple swirl cake with this cake batter.


55 comments:

  1. It looks gorgeous Priya, feel like grabbing the two mini cakes rt now

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  2. Woww.. looks super delicious and perfect.. gorgeous shot!!

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  3. wow its an ultimate visual treat....these cute cakes looks sooooooo tempting...yummy

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  4. Looks just perfect and yum ...love to have some

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  5. Mango mini cake looks so perfect and delicious. Lovely texture, priya.

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  6. they look ssoooo cute.. love the colour contrast of mango with chocolate

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  7. the cake looks really lovely akka... :)

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  8. Looks awesome Priya..very lovely colour!

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  9. These mini cakes look so pretty..

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  10. really cute layer, Priya. very tempting bake.

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  11. Looks so good Priya and looking forward to your other 'colorful' recipes :)

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  12. coming after such a long time.....love the cake, the combination and the look. Wonderful!

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  13. coming after such a long time.....love the cake, the combination and the look. Wonderful!

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  14. coming after such a long time.....love the cake, the combination and the look. Wonderful!

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  15. That's a nice recipe.. lovely shades of two colours..

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  16. looks very delicious and yummy.

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  17. wonderful..very cute cake with awesome color inside....

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  18. looks gorgeous and I am sure must have tasted amazing too..super Priya!!

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  19. My dear Priya... I love your creativity & you cake looks so delicous. Love the clicks & the way you have presented it. Mindblowing dear. Your creativity brings me back to you page again & again:)

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  20. Very gorgeous marble cake. I particularly like the yellow - brown color combo.

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  21. Cake came out super duper,looks so nice!!

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  22. love love love how the cake looks

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  23. thats lovely.. like its color.. as others said,me too like to grab.. :)

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  24. Mango Chocolate Marble Cake looks so cute n yumm. Love that pic :) Surprisingly I've done a mango muffin post too

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  25. Cute cakes.. Perfectly baked and awesome clicks..

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  26. cake supera irruku sis.. ennaku oru cake kudunga :)

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  27. Looks good Priya. I am going to make them today. Had computer issues the last few days.

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  28. Cake looks so moist and soft and beautiful colors.The combination is too tempting

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  29. Looks so pretty, would love to have one..

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  30. These look delicious, please do send them to taste of tropics mango event at simply.food.

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  31. Yummy and perfectly baked !!

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  32. Even I made this cake twice so far and we loved it. I am yet to post it though.

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  33. The cake looks so fluffy and moist even by the sight of it Priya.. love the way you have clicked them .. Am sure I could have had all of them if I was there with you ... :)

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  34. Such a pretty looking cake Priya!

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  35. wish I had a slice right now to go with my tea - looks amazing!!!

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  36. Priya, two perfectly baked cakes with mind blowing mango chocolate combo sitting on the counter look so pretty. Great recipe perfectly baked by you.

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  37. sis ur cake looks very cute...pretty mini cakes...

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  38. Beautiful combination, looks extraordinarily gorgeous. I really want to taste this :)

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  39. Wo wlooks awesome. I love the colours of the sliced cake. Wish I can have some now.

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  40. The cake looks lovely.. Brown on the outside and yellow on the inside... I bet it would have been delicious..

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  41. mini bunt cakes looks Gorgeous Priya! really a soft n moist cake na..love this combo a lot :)

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  42. so cute and delicious cakes.loved them!

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  43. The marbled effect is so beautiful, Priya.

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  44. Those cakes look perfect.. We loved mango & chocolate combo as well.

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  45. Those are lovely Priya. Perfect and very tempting. :)

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