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Thursday, June 2, 2016

Easy Mango Cake Recipe

Mango Cake Recipe with Truvia Nectar Blend

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Hello Everyone!

I'm calling all the Mango lovers out-there to try this super easy scrumptious Mango Cake recipe. I'm extremely excited about this recipe because I LOVE Mango Cake! It is actually one of my favorite and been wanting it for long time. When I made my first Mango Cake the other day, I was so stoked with the results. I couldn't asked for more, it was indeed DELICIOUS cake! Officially, my kids are now Mango Cake fanatic. Awesome right? I hope you guys are all excited as we unfold how easy it is to make this Homemade Mango Cake at the comfort of your own home. Let's get started, shall we? :)

I know you guys are excited to make this Mango Cake. BUT, before we get into baking. Let me give you an overview on some of the ingredients that I used on this recipe. Stared off with the main ingredients.
Mango- I highly recommend to use fresh ripe mangoes on this recipe. In case its not available, I think frozen or can mangoes will work just fine.
Cream Cheese Icing- feel free to use your favorite icing recipe but I prefer store bought.  The last ingredient that I'd like to introduce to you is this amazing  NEW Truvía® Nectar blend  Truvía® Nectar has 50% fewer calories per serving than sugar and adds a touch of sweetness wherever you would use agave, sugar or honey. Blended with Stevie leaf extract and honey. Its reduced-calorie way to love honey. I received this Truvia Nectar Blend for free courtesy from Crowdtap and TruviaCrowd I'm really pleased and happy with this product, its perfect pair that added sweetness into my Mango Cake recipe. Indeed a perfect blend of flavors. Yum! Here we go with the recipe!:)

Note: Make this Mango Cake as your own recipe. Adjust the taste according to your preference!:)

Mango Cake Recipe

Ingredients:
(3) Ripe Mangoes- chopped
1/2 teaspoon Truvia Nectar Blend
Cream Cheese icing
Non-stick cooking spray
(2) round baking pan for double layered cake
(1) 15.25 oz white cake mix
1 cup water
1/2 cup vegetable oil
3 eggs

* Preheat oven to 350 degree Fahrenheit

Mango Creme Filling - to make the mango creme filling. Simply placed the chopped ripped mangoes into a bowl. Add 1/2 teaspoon of Truvia Nectar Blend for sweetness. Stir until thoroughly combine. Set aside.

Cream Cheese Icing with Mango Bits- to make cream cheese mango bits icing is extremely easy. Just simply combine the store bought icing of your choice, add ripped mashed mangoes and stir until combine. Set aside


Directions: 
1.) To make the cake batter. Simply follow the directions on the back of the cake mix. Mix,  1 cup water, 1/2 cup oil, 3 eggs in large bowl with mixer on medium speed or by hand for 2 minutes. Add finely chopped mango into the mix.
2.) Spray the pan with non-stick cooking spray. Pour the cake batter into pan. Bake at 350 degree Fahrenheit preheated oven for 25-30 minutes or until golden brown. Cool for 10 minutes before removing from the pan. Cool completely before frosting.
3.) As you can see on the photo above. I put frosting on the cake before adding the next layer. This will allow the cake to stick  together make it easy for frosting process. I also lay parchment paper on the bottom for easy clean up after I frost the cake.
4.) Make sure that the whole cake is covered with icing. Then, put the Mango Creme filling on the top of the iced cake. Add the remaining icing on the side to secure the Mango Creme filling from falling out to the side.
5.) There you go folks. Enjoy your Homemade Scrumptious Mango Cake with Truvia Nectar Blend. Share this delicious cake to your family and friends. Enjoy!




 Every single bite of this Mango Cake reminds me back home. The Mango flavor is truly the highlight of this delicious treat. Not to mention that the Mango Creme filling on top with Truvia Nectar Blend just add to perfection. This is probably one of the BEST treat ever this week! As you guess, I'll be making more of this Mango Cake soon. Yummmo!!! I hope this recipe inspire you to make your very own Mango Cake at home. Don't forget to share your amazing baking experience on the comment below. Check Truvia Nectar blend at your local stores and grab some mangoes to enjoy this week. Check my other blog Wish4less for fun reviews and Sweet Cuisinera for more delicious treat recipes. Enjoy the rest of the week. Stay gorgeous everyone!


xoxo- Melgie

Disclosure: I received  FREE Truvia Nectar Blend courtesy from Crowdtap and TruviaCrowd Opinions express are 100 percent my own.  Thank you so much #Crowdtap #TruFanCommunity #TruviaCrowd #Sponsored

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32 comments:

  1. I love mango cake but I haven't tried baking it, I always buy mango roll or cake at Red Ribbon. The cake looks yummy and hindi tipid sa mango. :)

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    1. Oo nga eh, I put more mangoes on this recip. So good! Thanks, Sis:)

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    2. Lucky you that you can still buy mangoes in the US. :) That is one of my favorite fruit so nakakamiss pag di ko nakain. hehehe!

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  2. I love mango cake. I always want to try and bake one but I haven't gotten around into doing it. But I am going to try it after I gave birth. I'm kind of controlling sweets intake at the moment. Your cake looks delicious though. It made me hungry!

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    1. Thank you, Sis. If we are close lang sana, I'll share some mango cake just for you.:)

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  3. Oh, I have always wanted to try baking mango cake. This is a good idea since mango is in season here in the Philippines. Hopefully, I'll get it right.

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    1. I'm sure it is going to be tasty, Kat :)

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  4. I don't know how to bake so I really adore those who do! sarap naman nito sis, pahingi! haha.

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    1. Sure! come over Sis, and I'll make some for you.:)

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    2. Sandali lang, magteleport lang ako. Ay no, I'll prepare my broomstick para makalipad na papunta jan! hahaha.

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  5. Mangoes will always be one of my favorite fruits and this is definitely something I'll enjoy! Thanks for the recipe, it looks so good! This post definitely made me crave for some mango cake!

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    1. You are welcome, Red Ribbon has really yummy looking mango cake. Thanks:)

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    2. Haha! Exactly, I was able to get my fill after reading this! It would be fun to do it at home though. This recipe is a keeper!

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  6. I think I would like to try this recipe. My daughter's birthday is upcoming and my girls like mango so much. Haven't been baking for a while but would like to make extra effort for my daughter's birthday.

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    1. That is exciting! Tell your daughter Happy Birthday for me. Enjoy baking, Sis:)

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  7. Wow it looks yummy, we love the mango bravo cake in contis:-) hope someday I can bake also

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  8. I miss your blog sis and all the food in it. I've been so busy that I just got back to blogging now after everything that happened to my life. As for this article, I super love mango, it's actually my go-to food now that I'm preggo. Hopefully I can bake too, soon!

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    1. I'm sure you will Sis! So, happy that your back with a baby on the way. I can't wait to check your blog. Welcome back!:)

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  9. I love anything that has 50% sugar and calories! Great looking Mango Cake. I'm sure it tastes delicious.

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    1. Same here, the sweetness is perfect with fewer calories. Its delicious Sis. Thanks:)

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  10. I want so badly to make this because my kids and I love mango cake! Unfortunately for us, we don't have an oven. So it sucks for us. :(

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    1. That's not good! hopefully sometime in the near future. Thanks, Sis

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  11. Mango is one of my all-time favorite, I can eat them almost everyday! Your post reminds me of the Mango Bravo of Contis. Yours is definitely way cheaper but looks insanely delicious like Mango Bravo :)

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  12. Bongga sis! I am yet to try mango cake. Thanks for sharing ha?

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    1. You are welcome Sis. Hope you like it.:)

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  13. I so love mangoes. It's my favorite fruit. Daddy will make mango cheesecake and float naman. Can't wait for then weekend.

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    1. Mango cheesecake sounds delicious, I do love mango float too.. Anything has mangoes are indeed delicious.:) Thanks Sis

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  14. I love to eat, I love to read about cooking but I don't know how to cook

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  15. Thanks for sharing your recipe if only I could bake I would try to do this :) looks so yummy!

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