TWD- Fresh Mango Bread

Well, I’ll admit that the only reason I made this was because my husband LOVES mangoes. Seriously, LOVES them. I’m not a fan, and since I have pregnancy taste buds, mango tastes like carbon paper to me. This is a quick and easy bread that comes together in minutes- the baking time is quite long. I underbaked mine so it was a little loose on top.
The mango flavor wasn’t really all the present in mine. The ginger overpowered everything- if I ever make it again, I will cut the ginger way down or omit it completely. I also made mine without the raisins. It’s definitely worth a try- a departure from the regular banana or zucchini bread! My husband and our friends enjoyed the bread- it was moist and flavorful. Check out Kelly’s blog for the recipe!


13 thoughts on “TWD- Fresh Mango Bread

  1. Beth says:

    I loved the ginger and used a generous hand when I measured it out. Sorry you don’t like it! The mango was pretty faint, though.

  2. Linda says:

    I’m not pregnant, but I thought the same as you — this tasted more like a spice bread versus a fruit bread. I’m glad that the hubby and friends enjoyed it, as yours looks delicious!

  3. Pamela says:

    Um…did I miss the post where you said you were PREGNANT??!? CONGRATULATIONS! I’m sorry you didn’t enjoy your lovely looking bread, but I’m glad your hubs did. Feel good and take care!

  4. Jill says:

    I liked this one but I agree about the ginger – it’s the first thing that my husband pointed out when he tasted it.

  5. TeaLady says:

    Guess the flavor would depend on the fruit. Mine was a little mango bland, but spicy to taste. And I added ginger. Yours looks perfect.

  6. Liz says:

    Sorry it was more like ginger-mango bread for you, but you’re a good wife for making it for your hubby all the same!

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