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July is one of the most beautiful times to be on Grand Cayman.  Yes yes, its hot and humid but its also when the poinciana trees bloom.  Life just seems bit rosier when you get to drive through red and green tunnels of awesome every day.  Besides the poincianas, the mango trees are fat with sweet and delicious mangoes.  They are the inspiration for my interpretation of this month’s Baking Club assignment: Crumbles.  See if you can beat this, Maureen!!!

Mini Mango Crumbles
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You will need
1 mango, peeled and diced
1/8 cup sugar
1/8 cup sunflower butter
1/3 cup of quick oats
1/4 cup of almond meal
1/4 cup coconut flour

  • Preheat oven to 350
  • Cream butter and sugar until light and fluffy
  • Add oats, almond meal and coconut flower until crumbly
  • Place fruit in your baking dishes (two small rounds) and sprinkle with crumble mixture
  • Bake for about 18 minutes, until fruit is soft and crumble is golden brown
  • Let cool on a baking rack
Make sure to check out what my fellow baking club members whipped up for the occasion!

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39 Comments

  1. I would never have thought to make a crumble with mango, but it sounds amazing!

  2. Whoa Nelly…. there's all sorts of interesting yumminess going on here! Send me some please!

  3. You always come up with great mango recipes! I rarely see mango crumbles and this is so perfect for this season! I need to buy mangoes soon. We always buy them but they are gone so quickly! We've been in mango heaven, but this crumble is even better. YUM!

  4. Wonderful – the trees and the crumbles – I've never even thought of a mango crumble – wonderful!
    Mary x

  5. Yum! These crumbles look fantastic. I've never had mango in a crumble before. Wow! That picture of the tree is stunning.

  6. Ooo crumbles really are one of my favorite desserts!! Its my mom's bday tomorrow and I've been thinking about making one for her, she's loves peaches 🙂 Your buttery topping looks so good! I've never tried using mangoes, sounds delicious!

  7. I love this crumble! I'm so used to fall fruits or summer berries. Only YOU could use mango! They look beautiful! I'm going to be joining the group this month! Can't wait to see what we will be cooking up next! : )

  8. This looks so tempting with the streusel topping!

  9. Mango crumble an easy and yummy recipe…love to try it!

  10. My those trees are truly stunning! I just wish it was hot and humid right now. 🙁 The crumble looks delicious! 😀

  11. Oh my word, if I lived there I'd be climbing those fat mango trees and making this crumble EVERYday!

  12. Gosh, I weaken at the sight of mangoes in any recipe! Glad to have found this Mango Crumble recipe! Thanks for sharing, must make it soon 🙂

  13. Yes! Yes! Why don't we see more mango crumbles! I can just imagine how incredible these taste. I love everything about mangoes…especially at our Thai restaurant when they bring them sliced next to warm sticky rice…

  14. That first pic is so nice, beautiful colors of flowers. Nice recipe with the mango, just that I am not sure whether I can find coconut flour. Well, maybe fresh grated coconuts will do I suppose.

  15. You always have such genius ideas my friend, mango in crumble? All caramelised and gooey? Love love love it 😀

    Cheers
    Choc Chip Uru

  16. I love crumbles! And love that you used mango and oats! Absolutely delish! 🙂

  17. This is definitely not a typical crisp/crumble/whatever you want to call it for dessert! Love the tropical flavors, and also the “rivalry” between you and Maureen. 🙂

  18. Mmmmm….crumbles are one of my favorite deserts, but I've never made a mango version! So tropical and delicious!!!

  19. wow cool a mango crumble love it and what a stunning tree

  20. That tree is stunning! These little crumbles look delicious–any idea on a substitution for coconut flour?

  21. mango crumbles… oh my i am sure is going to be awesome. thanks a lot for sharing.

  22. You know I wasted a mango the other week, I am so embarrassed to confess this here! I will do better next time and make this.Looks great and I love those trees! What a color parade!

  23. I love the idea of using mango in a crumble, and I love the addition of coconut flour! It looks delicious:-) Hugs, Terra

  24. We are also having great weather here.You have made crumble with my favorite fruit and also gluten free. Thanks for sharing and Congrats in to 9.

  25. I love the mix of mint and mango such great flavors!

  26. Parsley Sage against the Orgasmic Chef? That's a baking battle I want to witness. PS, mango crumble? Heaven!

  27. This is simply the best dessert. I love how you put this together.

  28. I like these types of competitions. Congratulations on making the foodbuzz Top 9!

  29. I love how light and healthy this is – a dessert you can feel good about! Congrats on the Buzz!

  30. Oooohhhh – a mango crumble? I like it already! Never thought to use mango in a crumble but it's a great idea, plus it's my fav fruit.

  31. This recipe looks so easy and amazing … love individual portions!

  32. Oh my! This looks delicious! Mango in a crumbles sounds perfect! You are quite a baker!
    That tree is simply stunning with the gorgeous blooms, beautiful colour!

  33. I was just thinking that the poinciana trees would be in bloom. Sunflower butter? I'm going to have to see if I can find that! I love the tropical twist. YUM!

  34. These look SO good! I think I lost again. LOL

    I thought about individual desserts but decided to go whole hog in a big dish.

    I want one of yours right now!

  35. I have been the lucky guinea pig who munched on the samples and I hereby state it is delicious !

  36. Yum! And individual ones make it easier to be greedy. =D

  37. Indeed a very tasty and sweet ramekin of mango delight..a dollop of vanilla ice cream and your taste buds will salsa the night away. Thank you 🙂

  38. I don't know Maureen but I already feel sorry for her. These look delightful and anything with mango has to be delicious! Good job! Thanks! Mrs. Herb Garden

  39. Those look awesome!!

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