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Tuesday, June 11, 2013

Mango Chocolate Marble Cake- Egg less and Butter less

Today's recipe is Mango Chocolate Marble Cake. I baked this for the Home baker's Challenge started by Priya Akka. Last month I hosted the event  and the challenge was Pizza . This month my friend Sangee is hosting the event and she selected Mango chocolate Marble cake for this month. She suggested both cake with egg and cake without egg. To know more about Home Bakers Challenge click here
I chose to bake the egg less and butter less version. The Cake came out so soft and delicious, only thing is that I couldn't get the marble pattern right. We all enjoyed the cake a lot. Thanks to Sangee for the wonderful challenge. 

Eggless Butter less Mango Chocolate Marble Cake
What are the ingredients needed?

All Purpose flour, 2 cups
Baking powder, 1 1/2 teaspoon
Baking soda, 1/2 teaspoon 
Salt, 1/2 teaspoon
Oil, 1/4 cup
Light Brown sugar, 1/2 cup
Mango Pulp, 1 cup
Vanilla Extract, 1 teaspoon
Yogurt, 1/4 cup
Milk, 1/4 cup
Cocoa powder, 3 Tablespoon
Warm water, about 2 tablespoons

Soft and delicious Mango Chocolate Cake
 How it is made?
  1. Pre heat the oven to 350 F. 
  2. Prepare the loaf pan by greasing it and flouring it. Or you can grease and line the bottom of the pan with parchment paper. 
  3. In a bowl sift together the dry ingredients( all purpose flour, baking soda, baking powder and Salt) and keep it aside. 
  4. Then in another large bowl, first add oil and sugar, mix and then add mango pulp, milk, yogurt, vanilla extract and mix well.
  5. To this mixture add the flour mixture and mix well.
  6. In a small bowl, take cocoa powder and add warm water and mix to make a paste. 
  7. Divide the cake batter into two and add cocoa paste to one half and mix well till it is well combined. 
  8. Then in prepared cake pan first pour the mango batter and then the mango cocoa batter and make swirls. 
  9. Bake for about 50 minutes till the cake is done. You can check the done-ness of the cake by inserting the tooth pick, it has to come out clean.
  10. Let the cake cool for 5 minutes, remove from the pan and let it cool completely before slicing it.

Slice, serve and enjoy!

Mango Chocolate Marble cake- Egg less & Butter less
  • You can use fresh mango pulp instead of the canned mango pulp. Since I used the canned pulp, I got a bright color. Color may not be as bright when using the fresh pulp. It depends on the variety of mango you use.
  • I used sweetened canned mango pulp, so used only 1/2 cup of sugar. If you are using fresh mango pulp, adjust sweetness accordingly. 
  • Baking time varies with each oven. My cake was ready in 50 minutes. Check yours accordingly.
  • Wait till the cake cools completely before slicing it. 
  • I used 9 inch loaf pan. Instead of it, you can use other types of cake pan too.


  1. cake looks delicious and soft.

  2. the cake looks yummy and moist....

  3. looks delicious divya.. mine was a failure.. but will try it again :)

  4. lovely color divya...looks so moist...

  5. looks really soft... yumm....

  6. This looks exactly like the yummilicious marble loaf we buy in bakeries....perfect!!

  7. cake looks fabulous..tempting clicks

  8. Wow Divya looks fab and color is stunning and awesome...

  9. Wat a super moist and fabulous cake, seriously love to have a super huge slice.

  10. wow well made marble cake,love the recipe...too tempting...

  11. beautiful texture n delicious so :-)

  12. would say one eggless butterless cake cooked to perfection...wonderful texture divya

  13. wow...ur cake looks like the store bought loaf cake Divya! loved its texture and color...well done dear..Glad that u liked it too :)

  14. Yummy and perfectly baked cake !!

  15. delicious and perfectly made marble cake dear :)

  16. yummy n perfect bake, love the pics :)

  17. so well baked n looks yummy

  18. Fabulous looking cake Divya!!! Wonderful!!

  19. Perfectly baked !!!
    Loved the click :)

  20. love the colour combination. luks soo tempting !

  21. Yummy cake..Looks fabulous, looks sooooo soft and moist :)Nice clicks akka..

  22. looks perfect and yummy too ......

  23. Lovely colors and looks too tempting..

  24. choco and mango combo is very tempting !

  25. nica combo of colours and flavours...

  26. lovely color combos...very cute cake...

  27. Hi...Tried this recipe and the texture of the cake cameout great however it was a little on the bland side (didn't taste mango or chocolate). I used fresh mango pulp and added additional sugar but didnt help :(

    Also, with the ingredients above, the batter was super thick so I had to add water to it. Is there a better substitute to thin the batter?

    1. Dear Anonymous, Thanks for trying the cake and I appreciate your feedback.
      The flavor totally depends on the type of mango you use.I feel that the mangoes we get here in the US usually don't have the flavor like the one we get in India. That's the reason I use the canned pulp. also while making pulp from mangoes make it without adding water.
      Regarding the sweetness, if you are using fresh mango pulp you can add 3/4 cup to 1 cup of sugar depending on your preference.
      Regarding the thickness of the batter, you can add couple tablespoon of milk to adjust the thickness.
      Hope this helps.

  28. Sorry wasnt able to respond to your reply...but your feedback does help! Thanks a lot! =)


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