Any Mango fans out there? This is a must try for you. I would have loved to bake with fresh mango puree but had to satisfy my mango craving with the store bought sweetened mango pulp. This is yet another attempt at fat free baking, which made me a believer!! 


My family has gotten used to these bakes now and are craving for more. I knew I would get into this kind of a situation. But I wouldn't change. Would I ?? 


These were very delicious, fluffy but again a tad dry. The dryness maybe because of over baking or lack of sufficient wet ingredients. In any case I should have baked it for about 15-18 min instead of 22 min and added a little more mango puree. We also thought we could afford a little more 'mango-ness' in these muffins. But we still enjoyed these for a snack. When it comes to mangoes, don't we all tend to forgive minor flaws?  Here is the recipe for you to try out for Day 5 of BM # 7.


Fat Free Eggless Mango Cranberry Muffins


Adapted from Eggless Cooking
Ingredients - 


All Purpose Flour/Maida 1/2 cup
Whole Wheat Flour 1/2 cup
Baking Soda 1 tsp
*Dried Cranberry handful rolled in a teaspoon of flour
Plain Yogurt / Curd 1/2 cup
Mango Puree 6 Tbsp (I would recommend 8 Tbsp)
Apple Cider Vinegar 1 Tbsp
Sugar 1/4 cup + 1 Tbsp


* Any dried fruit can be used here, better still if you add fresh mango bits for that extra bit of mango flavor!!


Method Of Preparation -


Preheat the oven at 350 F. Prepare the muffin plates by lining them or greasing them.


In a mixing bowl add the yogurt, mango puree, sugar and apple cider vinegar and mix until combined.


Sift the flours and baking soda and gradually add to the wet ingredients while mixing until you get a lump free batter.


Fat Free Eggless Mango Cranberry Muffins


Gently fold in the cranberries rolled in flour.


Fill the muffin cups 3/4 ths full with batter. This is sufficient for 9 muffins. So fill the remaining 3 with water for even baking.


Bake for 15-18 min or until a tester inserted comes out clean.


Remove onto a wire rack and let cool. Decorate if you want and indulge in this fat free muffin!


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Linking these muffins to Umm Mymomnah's 'Anyone Can Cook' and to Pari's 'Only Baked' hosted by me.



Preparation Time 15 min + Baking Time 18 min
Makes 9 medium size muffins

23 comments

  1. Suma Gandlur Says:
  2. It feels spongy and moist from the images. :)

     
  3. Wow... so beautiful... love mango cupcakes :)

     
  4. Chitra Says:
  5. have been mango cake recipe for a long time...nw i got it....love it

     
  6. Vatsala. Says:
  7. Loving the pic. bookmarked it dear. going to try soon

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  8. Shobha Says:
  9. I love the rich look of the muffins ... am sure they must be equally tasty.

     
  10. divya Says:
  11. Mmm! That looks delicious :) great recipe dear!

     
  12. Pavani Says:
  13. Sure, a lot of minor flaws can be forgiven when their's mango in the dish--totally agree. Muffins look bright and delicious.

     
  14. Muffins look so soft , moist and tempting. Can't resist myself against having them.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

     
  15. Now Serving Says:
  16. simply LOVELY! Harini! Came out perfectly!

     
  17. Prathibha Says:
  18. Looks perfect n delicious..:)

     
  19. Aarthi Says:
  20. this is perfect one

     
  21. ANU Says:
  22. made mango muffins once....loved it...this combo is very nice and colorful

     
  23. with mangoes ready to overlook the flaws- a good bake n nice recipe !

     
  24. jayasree Says:
  25. From the pics, I see it moist and not very dry. May its not spongy inside. As you said, increasing the mango puree will help in both taste and texture.

     
  26. kankana Says:
  27. These muffins looks lovely and the such amazing flavor combination

     
  28. Umm Mymoonah Says:
  29. Love the flavour of mango and the addition of cranberries, looks very very tempting. Thank you so much for linking with Any One Can Cook :)

     
  30. Shanthi Says:
  31. Soft and spongy. Luv the colour

     
  32. The colour of the muffins is so nice. Looks delicious too...

     
  33. Laxmi Says:
  34. Looks soft and spongy.. Love the interesting combo, mango and cranberries..

     
  35. Love the wrapper and the muffin! Love combo of flavors in the muffin!

     
  36. Rujuta Says:
  37. Lovely recipe and clicks..
    The muffins look so tempting..
    Mango and cranberry is interesting combo..
    Happy Blogging
    Rujuta
    http://theworldaccordingtorujuta.blogspot.com/

     
  38. Yum, those look super soft and yummy :)

     
  39. Fat-free, and low fat food at grocery stores with nutritional facts at http://healthygrocery.blogspot.com

     
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