Celebration with Mango cookies on Mother’s day

At last the weekend comes when my daughter’s first term exams have finished. A great relief for us parents and happy relaxing weekend for kids. Nidhi was very optimistic to help me on this special day, had promised her she could come and help me in the kitchen. Of course i wanted some easy way for her to help me  baking was the only way i found other then making sandwiches.  So what to bake?? thought cookie or cake or pizza?? then we thought why not try some mango cookies  you know why right i need something for a event and a sweet to celebrate too! So we googled for some recipe there i found one at cooks.com. I have modified a little according to our taste. This would be my entry for AFAM hosted by Deepa from RecipesNMore .

Happy Mother’s Day to all the wonderfull Mom’s who have made a difference to the wonderfull ways of brightening our lives.

Memories of my mom always live with me, my Aunts, my Grandma and of all My mother in law have been wonderfull mothers to me. Thanks and love to all of them .


All you need: 1/2 cup butter, 1 cup sugar,1 egg,1 tsp baking soda,1 cup mango puree, 1/2 tsp vanilla essence,2 cups flour, 1/4 tsp ground cloves, 1/2 tsp cinnamon powder, 1/2 cup almonds coarse powder, 1/2 cup dessicated coconut, sa;t.

method: Mix dry ingredients together


sieve dry ingredients and keep aside


Cream together butter and sugar until fluffy. Beat egg, add mango puree, vanilla essence and mix


Add the dry ingredients to the butter mixture along with almonds and desicatted coconut


Drop the cookies on a greased butter paper and bake for 15mins until done. Nidhi was little fussy for dropping the cookies as she wanted shaped cookies made using the mould presser.I could not use it because of the nuts which would of course get stucked which made her little off. After the first round was baked she felt the cookies are not bad ma its indeed delicious lent a hand  to arrrange them  for the next bake :). This yields around 50 cookies for measure of 250gms of flour. The cookies were very crisp and delicious the flavour of cloves and cinnamon with mangoes were excellent.  Basically i have left only around 10 cookies.

note: I felt it was a bit  sweet for me and  i have used granulated sugar. May be the the mixture could hold more flour. i was not sure whether these should be made into a dough like for nan katai or like butter biscuits i maintained the dough to be semi solid state.  Next time i will try eggless version.


18 Comments Add yours

  1. Sig says:

    Mango cookies, yummy, I remember some mango biscuits in India which I used to love, so these must taste great…
    Happy Mother’s Day to you Roopa, looks like you and Nidhi had a lot of fun baking those cookies…

    Thanks Sig! i haven’t tasted this in India though we make burfis. All of them loved the cookies and nidhi loves being in the kitchen .

  2. viji says:

    Could feel the taste of Mango. Sounds interesting. Baking cookies are really interesting. Viji

    —hmm yeah viji my daughter enjoyed baking

  3. Reena says:

    mango cookies? that must taste heaven. looks like nidhi had a lot of fun 🙂

    -Reena thks indeed she had fun, mixing and stiring loves it:)

  4. Coffee says:

    WAH!!!!! Lovely cookies !!! And what a sweet daughter you have!! 🙂 Must have been a good mothers day for you as well. 🙂

    –Thanks Coffee, a totally wonderfull day! BTW i was at no luck this weekend for patra leaves …….too…….

  5. sia says:

    thats the perfect way to celebrate mother’s day:) mom and daughter cooking in a kitchen and having fun:) very interesting recipe roopa. we too had mango yesterday but mango rasayana:)

    –mango yenu sana sana hichkida hannu tara iddu, malgovanu baindu adre yella estu sankke yelle hanaidu. May be next week will can get some good mangoes. i got some andra mangoes but not sweet too. mango kaihaalu (rasayana) hmmm with rotis, ega nama mavan manelli dinna madtha iddvada. LAst year was in India during this time everyday had mangoes ultimately i fell sick while coming back.

  6. sunita says:

    That’s such a sweet way of bonding with a child…I’ve never had mango cookies…must have tasted delicious…

    –Thks suni, This is the first time i tried too, since i did not have good mangoes i had no option but use mango puree.

  7. Asha says:

    Hi Roopa, it was so nice of Nidhi to help you in the kitchen!:)) Precious photos and what a great cookies for Mother’s day.We had a great time too,exhausted today.
    I bought a can of Mango pulp,got to make something.

    Yes Asha, she was so happy and blushing to see these on the blog…. these are true very precious! Waiting for your recipes too.

  8. Ramya says:

    Mango cookies sound interesting and yummy!!! nice thought to include your daughter in making it :))

    –Thks ramya, my daughter was extremely happy to be part of it

  9. mandira says:

    Such a lovely post Roopa. Hope you had a wonderful Mother’s Day!

    –Thks madira, We had a great day with the kids cooking for them and being with them itselt makes be full 🙂

  10. Sharmi says:

    such a lovely post. awesome of your daughter! yummy cookies.

    Thks Sharmi, if we make little ones part of it they feel really alighted and matured too…

  11. Lata says:

    they look so good. Got to try that.

    Thks lata, hmm … if any additions let me know

  12. pelicano says:

    Absolutely scrumptious-looking… how could anyone resist?

    Thanks pelicano, …..

  13. sandeepa says:

    Such a sweet daughter you have. She is only 8 right ? And already helping out in the kitchen. Lovely cookies

    –Yeah sandu, she loves to help and being part of it. She will be 9 in july. 9 yrs they do a lot you know she even checks my blog regularly and points out any mistakes too!

  14. Cynthia says:

    And your daughter will forever remember this Mothers Day when she helped her mom to make Mango Cookies. Memories are created, bonds are made and tradition continues…

    Thnks and truly said Cynthia……

  15. shilpa says:

    Mango cookies….now that looks like my kinda recipe. I will give it a try sometime soon. Happy mothers day dear, sorry for the late wishes

    Thks Shilpa, don’t feel sorry dear 🙂 all of us are so occupied. do try let me know any variation you tried too!

  16. viji says:

    Never heard of such a recipe.Good job,will defenetly try it out.

    Welcome Viji and hope to see you here again 🙂 . Give it a try

  17. Aruna says:

    Roopa, I donno how I missed this post, until I saw AFAM round up. The cookies look great, will try it 🙂

    Thks Aruna, ITs fine Aruna that is why a round up helps us to keep in touch with all the recipes !

  18. Vini K says:

    Wow Roopa,nice cookies using mangoes..I am going to do this for sure!

    thnks Vini, after long do try it dear 🙂

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