213 Ratings
  • 5 star values: 153
  • 4 star values: 38
  • 3 star values: 16
  • 1 star values: 3
  • 2 star values: 3

I never particularly cared for mangos until I tried this recipe. This recipe came from a friend in Hawaii and is the only bread I now make.

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Ingredients

20
Original recipe yields 20 servings
The ingredient list now reflects the servings specified

Directions

  • Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). Lightly grease two 9x5 inch loaf pans.

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  • In a large bowl, sift together flour, baking soda, salt and cinnamon. In a large bowl, beat together the butter, oil and sugar until light and fluffy. Stir in the eggs one at a time, beating well with each addition, then stir in the vanilla. Blend this mixture into the flour mixture; just to combine. Fold in the mango, raisins, walnuts and coconut; mixing just enough to evenly combine.

  • Let stand for 20 minutes then bake in preheated oven for 50 to 60 minutes or until a toothpick inserted into center of the loaf comes out clean.

Partner Tip

Reynolds® Aluminum foil can be used to keep food moist, cook it evenly, and make clean-up easier.

Nutrition Facts

264 calories; 14.5 g total fat; 40 mg cholesterol; 229 mg sodium. 32.3 g carbohydrates; 3.1 g protein; Full Nutrition


Reviews (181)

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Most helpful positive review

Rating: 5 stars
08/19/2004
I loved this bread. I made a few changes that perhaps made it better. Instead of the oil and the butter I used 1/2 C of sour cream and 1/4 C of milk. Instead of the 1 1/2 C of sugar (too sweet for my taste) I cut calories by using 1/3 C honey and 2/3 C splenda gradular (or 18 packets of sugar substite). I didn't add in any raisins coconuts or walnuts (my boyfriend dislikes all of them) but added one chopped nectarine with the mango (I used 2 mangoes a little over 3 cups). Instead of the cinnamon I decided to try using ginger (1 teaspoon)--and it turned out great! Finally I used 6 texas-sized muffin tins instead of the loaves--they were ready in 30 minutes. For about 300 calories per 6 oz muffin (with the changes) this was amazing... For those whose bread did not rise: This uses baking soda exclusively which requires an acid ingrediant to "activiate" it. Try using buttermilk or yogurt for some of the butter or oil or add a teaspoon of lemon juice. I used sour cream--same idea. I had no problem with having this rise. Or try using baking powder for some of the baking soda (I used 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda)
(158)

Most helpful critical review

Rating: 1 stars
04/28/2011
OK so the other reviews are so good I think maybe I did something horribly wrong. This was not bread but mango ooze. Although I did not put in raisins or nuts (not fam faves) and I did add a teaspoon each of coconut and rum extracts I don't think the added 2 teaspoons of extract accounts for the mess. I was originally concerned that with 3 cups of mango and only 2 cups of flour it might be a little gooey but gooey doesn't come close to what this was like. I cooked it for 1 hour 20 minutes when I finally had to take it out because I had to leave the house. The taste is great but it didn't turn out like bread of any kind.
(7)
213 Ratings
  • 5 star values: 153
  • 4 star values: 38
  • 3 star values: 16
  • 1 star values: 3
  • 2 star values: 3
Rating: 5 stars
08/19/2004
I loved this bread. I made a few changes that perhaps made it better. Instead of the oil and the butter I used 1/2 C of sour cream and 1/4 C of milk. Instead of the 1 1/2 C of sugar (too sweet for my taste) I cut calories by using 1/3 C honey and 2/3 C splenda gradular (or 18 packets of sugar substite). I didn't add in any raisins coconuts or walnuts (my boyfriend dislikes all of them) but added one chopped nectarine with the mango (I used 2 mangoes a little over 3 cups). Instead of the cinnamon I decided to try using ginger (1 teaspoon)--and it turned out great! Finally I used 6 texas-sized muffin tins instead of the loaves--they were ready in 30 minutes. For about 300 calories per 6 oz muffin (with the changes) this was amazing... For those whose bread did not rise: This uses baking soda exclusively which requires an acid ingrediant to "activiate" it. Try using buttermilk or yogurt for some of the butter or oil or add a teaspoon of lemon juice. I used sour cream--same idea. I had no problem with having this rise. Or try using baking powder for some of the baking soda (I used 1 teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon baking soda)
(158)
Rating: 5 stars
08/25/2007
It always amazes me that people on this site change the stated recipes all around and then have the audacity to rate it low! Something I'll never understand. Anyhow tried the recipe as is with chopping the mangos and didn't care for the texture so I made it again and put them in the food processor and it was great. Also the second time I made it I baked it at 325 degrees since it is so moist and needs time to cook from the inside out. Thanks for a workable recipe!
(147)
Rating: 5 stars
05/17/2010
This has the bones of a fantastic recipe but having actually tried it in its original form I agree with the other reviewers about modifications being necessary for the bread to cook through properly and rise. Like some other reviewers instead of just using the 2 tsp of baking soda called for I used 3tsp baking soda 1tsp baking powder and 1tsp fresh lemon juice to get this bread to rise (otherwise it really doesn't!). Also I baked at 325 degrees for about 50 minutes with both loaves in the oven at once -- cooked through perfectly. Like others I pureed the mango and because I used sweetened coconut I cut the sugar down to 1 1/4 cups so the flavor of the mango has a little more chance to shine. Excellent quick bread.
(77)
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Rating: 5 stars
01/16/2004
This was really delicious. When I tried it the day I made it it was just okay. The taste was good but there was very little mango flavor. After being in the fridge for a few days it was delicious. It needs a couple of days for the flavors to come together. One thing I noticed is that it didn't rise very much and the mangos settled to the bottom of the bread. What I'll do next time is chop the mangoes into smaller pieces and mix the mangoes with a little flour before I mix them into the batter. Regarding the rising I read in another review that this is the way it is. This is a great way to use mangoes.
(58)
Rating: 5 stars
01/31/2004
OH MY!!!!! I think I've died and gone to HEAVEN!!!! This is the absolute best bread I have ever tasted! I kid you not when I say it was gone in less than an hour. Now I'm making four batches for Christmas!! Thank you sooooo much!
(31)
Rating: 4 stars
01/16/2004
This bread is great because it is extremely moist and filled with a range of textures. However if you really want a strong mango flavor be sure to use VERY ripe mangos. I brought this bread to the office and the whole loaf was gone in less than two hours!
(24)
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Rating: 5 stars
04/14/2003
This is one of the best sweet breads I have ever had. It is a great way of using mangoes. This was the first time I have made it and the only change I would make is to use less sugar. I did not have butter and used margarine for recipe and pam to grease the pan.
(21)
Rating: 5 stars
01/16/2004
Very good. I omited the raisins and pureed the mango. It reminds me a little of carrot bread with the coconut as texture.
(20)
Rating: 5 stars
04/14/2003
I have never used mango's before but this recipe turned out great tasting. It didn't rise very much but the taste was awesome. I took it to work and everyone loved it even the people who said "I really don't like mango's" I made them try it and they said wow it tastes great!
(19)