Vegan Mango Cupcake
Frosted by my little one !
V for Vegan Cupcakes. I have been itching to share these cupcakes for so long. These were a delight for both kids and adults. The best part of these cupcakes are they don't need any fancy ingredients. In mango season, mango pulp can be made at home and so it is a breeze to bake these.

I am sure I am going to bake many times over this summer. Thanks to Vaishali whose recipe I have followed to the T and vouch for it. 

Before looking into the recipe for Day 7 BM # 15, here is a recap of the past week..

P - Poha Upma ~ Atukula Upma
Q - Quinoa Cake Donuts
R - Ragi Idli ~ Steamed Finger Millet Cakes
S - Sago Curd Vada ~ Sabudana Yogurt Fritters
T - Tomato Masala in Tofu Gravy
U - Uppu Pindi ~ Rice Rava Upma

Vegan Mango Cupcake
I ignored Vaishali's note to smoothen the tops to avoid the lumpy look  :)
Ingredients - 
Dry Ingredients - 
All Purpose Flour 1 cup
Whole Wheat Flour 1/2 cup (I used Aashirwad Atta)
Baking Powder 2 tsp
Baking Soda 1/2 tsp
Salt 1/2 tsp
Cardamom Powder 1 tsp
Wet Ingredients - 
Mango Puree 1 1/2 cups ( I used store bought sweetened condensed Kesar mango pulp)
Oil 1/3 cup (I used Olive Oil)
Brown Sugar 2/3 cup (Regular sugar can be used too)

Vegan Mango Cupcake

Method Of Preparation -

Preheat the oven to 350 F.

Sift all the dry ingredients and set aside.

Whip the wet ingredients together until well combined.

Mix the wet and dry ingredients until just combined. Don't over mix or over beat.

Divide the batter into a muffin pan lined with cup cake liners. I used a 24 mini muffin pan and divided the remaining into a regular sized muffin pan(filled about 4 muffins). 

Bake for 25 min or until a tester comes out clean.

Cool on a wire rack and enjoy!

I let the kids decorate their cupcakes with the store bought frosting and sprinkles and had a great time! Note that the frosting was not vegan.

Check out the Blogging Marathon page for the other Blogging Marathoners doing BM#15.  

Preparation Time 15 min + Baking Time 25 min + Cooling 20 min
Makes 24 mini muffins + 4 regular muffins


  1. Champa Says:
  2. Beautiful crumb. Make it again for your kid, it is not high calorific anyway.

  3. these look so yummy and great color...bookmarked!

  4. Suma Gandlur Says:
  5. I remeber seeing them at Vaishali's space. Love the color and texture of these cupcakes.

  6. Priya Suresh Says:
  7. Looks super fabulous..i wont mind to have some anytime.

  8. Shobha Says:
  9. I have never tasted a cake with mango flavour... looks so soft and delicious..

  10. Akila Says:
  11. Wow cake has come out so soft n tender... Want to taste it....

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  12. Vardhini Says:
  13. Looks soft and fluffy.


  14. Kalyani Says:
  15. love the swirl on top :) yummy colour!

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  16. Jayanthi Says:
  17. Looks so soft and I love the color and the decoration of the icing. Good one Harini...I'm gonna definitely try this one. Bookmarked it.

  18. the cakes looks super moist and crumbly at the same time...i have bookmarked this recipe...plz link it to the ongoing event at my space , if you dont mind

  19. Aarthi Says:
  20. Awesome cupcakes..will try this ASAP

  21. Srivalli Says:
  22. Beautiful texture Harini, I am sure the next batch will disappear as fast as you bake them! was fun checking out your BM posts.

  23. Padmajha Says:
  24. Loved the first click.Delicious cupcakes...

  25. preeti garg Says:
  26. awesome this flavor

  27. Looks moist and soft..nice clicks.

  28. Harini this looks melting in the mouth kinds..lovely color and marked.

  29. They look amazing! Your kid is so talented!

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