Diet & Nutrition 3 MIN READ 94 VIEWS June 11, 2022

Interesting Mango Cake Recipes You Must Try This Summer

Written By HealthKart

Mango Cake Recipes
Easy Mango Cake Recipes

Summer is mango season and people across India and other South Asian countries consume significant amounts of this delicious fruit. The mango is a distinctively South Asian fruit with orange-yellowish soft flesh, a sweet flavour, and a pleasing texture. While this yummy fruit is usually consumed raw, its versatile nature allows it to be used in many traditional dishes – from chutneys and beverages to desserts and delicacies. We have curated a list of some of the most delectable mango cake recipes. Read on to go through them. 

Easy Mango Cake Recipes

Scroll through to learn about some of the easiest recipes that’ll help you make delicious mango cakes:

1. Eggless Mango Cake Recipe

This option is great for those who wish to avoid eggs in their diet.


  1. Preheat your oven to around 180 °C
  2. Line your baking tray with butter paper or parchment paper 
  3. Thoroughly mix 220 grams of fine sugar (also known as caster sugar) with half a cup of vegetable oil in a large bowl – it should turn into a light colour
  4. Add in 250 to 260 ml of mango puree, 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  5. vanilla extract and about a cup of milk to the mixture (you can puree the mangoes right before adding them in)
  6. Mix it around a little and start folding in 220 grams of maida just until everything is mixed well – do not overmix the batter!
  7. Pour the batter into your baking pan and bake for 30-35 minutes at 180 °C
  8. Use a toothpick to check whether it has cooked through – if it comes out clean then the cake is done
  9. Let it cool and serve with fresh, thinly sliced mango (on top or the side)
  10. Optionally, make the frosting by whisking together butter, cream cheese, vanilla and a hint of cardamom while adding in icing sugar – this can go on top of the cake as well as in between

2. Sugar-Free Mango Cake Recipe

For health-conscious people and those who need to cut down their sugar intake due to diabetes, here’s a fresh take on a mango cake recipe – without any added sugar! 


  1. Preheat your oven to around 160 °C
  2. Mix the 340 grams atta, 1 teaspoon baking powder and baking soda and a pinch of salt in a medium bowl
  3. In a separate large bowl, mix and dissolve 113 grams of jaggery into a few tablespoons of vegetable oil
  4. Puree 1 mango in a blender then add it to the jaggery mixture, along with 50-60 ml of low-fat milk
  5. Mix it thoroughly
  6. Slowly fold in the atta mixture without mixing it too much 
  7. Once everything is just mixed enough, pour it into a baking pan and cook it in the oven for 25-30 minutes (or until a toothpick comes out cleanly)
  8. Let it cool and garnish with fresh remaining mango (sliced and diced)

3. Chunky Mango Cake Recipe

This is how you can make a chunkier version of mango cake.


  1. Mix ½ cup of sugar, ⅓ of vegetable oil and 1 large egg into a bowl
  2. In a separate bowl, mix ½ a cup of regular flour, about a teaspoon of baking powder, a pinch of salt and a quarter teaspoon of cinnamon powder (optionally add a little nutmeg as well)
  3. Pour the dry mixture slowly into the wet mix 
  4. Add in chopped nuts of your choice as well as diced mango pieces from 1 mango 
  5. Bake at 190 °C for about 25-30 minutes and serve with fresh mango

4. Sponge Mango Cake Recipe

A shortcut to tasty mango cake.


  1. Mix 1 cup of pulped mango with a 500 g premade cake mix powder
  2. Add in 3 eggs, ½ cup of water and a little bit of oil
  3. Squeeze in a tiny bit of lime juice then stir the mixture thoroughly 
  4. Bake at 175°C for 30-40 minutes
  5. Let it cool and serve sliced

5. Mango Cake Recipe – Filling

Add this yummy filling to any plain cake or a mango cake for additional flavour.


  1. Strain mango puree in a bowl through a strainer, add one-third of a cup of sugar, lime juice (to suit your taste), and 4 egg yolks
  2. Slowly bring the mix to medium heat while constantly stirring or whisking
  3. Once it starts leaving streaks, take off the heat and add butter while gently incorporating it into the mix
  4. Store away for use on any cake


Mango is delicious and adding it to any cake makes it even better. If you can’t get enough of this fruit, be sure to use one of the above mango cake recipes to make the most of this season. The sugar-free recipe is particularly great for anyone with blood sugar issues and the mango cake filling can be used in many other desserts apart from cakes. 

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