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Two Easy Muffin Top Cookies – Mango Oats & Mixed Fruit Chocolate Chips

13 July 2011 36 Comments

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I like to add plenty of fresh fruits in my baking which could be very intimidating at times, as the extra juices from the fruits could easily ruin the texture of the baked goodies. And if it is a cookie in baking quest it becomes all the more difficult to get a perfect crisp and crumbly finish with  fresh fruits in it. Muffin Top cookies is the perfect answer to it! A cross between a muffin and a cookie these baked goodies are soft & chewy due to high liquid content of fruit mix in them.

Yes these Mango Oats & Mixed Fruit Chocolate chip cookies are cake-like soft from inside and crisp from outside and are a real healthy treat to indulge in, since it can be baked with very less sugar and fat. Quite easy to bake these cookies are delicate and are bursting with the goodness of fresh fruits in it.

1. Mixed Fruit Chocolate Chip Cookies

Mango Bluberry & Mixed Fruits Chocolate Chip Cookies

Mixed fruits with cinnamon and brown sugar.


  • 1/2 cup oats
  • 1/4 cup wholewheat flour
  • 1 tbsp all purpose flour
  • 1/2 cup mixed fruits
  • 1/2 cup brown sugar
  • 1/2 tsp. baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp. baking soda
  • 1 tsp. yogurt
  • 1 tbsp. oil/melted butter
  • A pinch of salt
  • 1 tsp. cinnamon powder
  • 1 tbsp chocolate chips
Mango Bluberry & Mixed Fruits Chocolate Chip Cookies

ready to go in the oven…

Method;  Peel and prep all the fruits, I took mango, plum, apples for the cookies. I left the skin on for the apples and the plums. Dice them into very fine pieces.

Mix cinnamon powder and a little brown sugar in the diced mixed fruits and keep them aside.

Add wholewheat flour, oats, baking powder, baking soda and salt in a large vessel and mix well. Add yogurt, brown sugar and oil or melted butter in another vessel and whisk it till the sugar melts.

Pour the yogurt mix into the dry ingredients and make a dough

Mango Bluberry & Mixed Fruits Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chewy fruity delights!

Grease a baking tray with little oil or lay a parchment paper on it. Drop a spoonful of hte above batter on the baking tray.Sprinkle a little of chocolate chips over each cookie and press slightly to embed it in the cookie.

Bake the cookies at 190°C for 15-20 minutes or till done.

Mango Bluberry & Mixed Fruits Chocolate Chip Cookies

Perfect with evening cuppa..

Brown sugar and the fruit mix gives a lovely brown color to these cookies. Chewy fruit chunks in every bite is what makes these cookies a delight to have it for a perfect weekend breakfast treat.

2. Mango & Blueberry Oats Cookies

Mango Bluberry & Mixed Fruits Chocolate Chip Cookies

mango puree, oats and bluberries..


  • 1/2 cup wholewheat flour
  • 1/2 cup oats
  • 1/2 cup mango puree
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 2 tsp. oil/melted butter
  • 1/2 tsp baking powder
  • 1/4 tsp. baking soda
  • 1 tsp. yogurt
  • A pinch of salt
  • 1/4 cup dried blueberries
  • 1/2 tsp. cardamom powder
Mango Bluberry & Mixed Fruits Chocolate Chip Cookies

ready to go in the refrigerator..

Method; Peel and dice a small mango. Puree into fine paste and keep aside. Take a large vessel and add wholewheat flour, oats, salt, baking powder, cardamom powder, sugar and the blueberries in it. Add oil or melted butter and yogurt in the mango puree and mix well.

Add the liquid content in the dry content. Make a soft dough with all the ingredients. Wrap the dough in a plastic wrap and refrigerate it for 20 minutes.

Mango Bluberry & Mixed Fruits Chocolate Chip Cookies

Mango delights..

Grease a baking tray with a little oil or lay a parchment paper on it.

Take out from refrigerator and make small balls from the dough, arrange them on the baking tray leaving a gap in between each cookies. Flatten the cookie a little with the back of a spoon.

Bake the cookies at 190°C for 20 minutes or till done.

Mango Bluberry & Mixed Fruits Chocolate Chip Cookies

Yum.. mango in every bite…

Mango in every bite! These Mango and oats cookies are every mango lovers’ delight.


  1. Cardamom in the mango cookies give a delightful flavor, replace it with cinnamon if you can’t find the same.
  2. These cookies are soft cake-like and are not crisp and crumbly.
  3. Keep the thickness slightly more than the normal cookies for these muffin top cookies.
  4. Replace the blueberries with raisins or any other dried fruits of your choice.
  5. These muffin top cookies make a perfect breakfast.
  6. Make the dough and refrigerate overnight for a quick breakfast bake the next morning.
  7. Spread any fruit preserve or Nutella and sandwich two cookies to make a healthy snack for your kids.

Would you like some more Mango mania in baking, try this Mango eggless bake;

Mango & banana eggless cake

Mango & banana eggless cake


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  • Lata Raja said:

    I was looking at the picture and thought they are more cake than cookies and you mentioned that! They look lovely Sanjeetha!
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  • VeenaAravind said:

    This is just great..!!! all the goodness……awesomeness :))
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  • Sneh | Cook Republic said:

    Very nice! I love the mango and blueberry cookies. What a delightful combination. Bookmarking!
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  • chinmayie @ love food eat said:

    These cookies look great Sanjeetha! I am always looking for healthy eggless muffins, cakes and cookies as they are a great snack for my family.Since i started baking we buy very little snacks from outside which makes me feel great. My daughter will love the mixed fruit cookies 🙂
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  • EA-The Spicy RD said:

    Oh,yum! Both versions look equally delicious! I’d love to try making a gluten-free version. My kids will love these for sure (if I dont eat them all up first!)

  • Sharmilee said:

    Both the ideas are super cool….luv those cookies

  • Nishi said:

    Like all your other recipes, These muffin cookies rock as well. Great post Sanjeeta 🙂
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  • Chitchat said:

    Lovely muffin top cookies, loved both the flavours and unique combo.

  • prathibha said:

    Mango mania everywhre..loved that yellowish cookish wid mango flavor…looks superb n yumm
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  • Mina Joshi said:

    Wow – Wish you could have posted some to me as they look divine.
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  • Baker Street said:

    Mango and Blueberry. Mmmm..
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  • Krithi said:

    Oh my god… Can’t believe cookies can be made this colorful and healthy way… loving all the texture..

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  • Alison @ Ingredients, Inc. said:

    These look wonderful! Very clever!
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  • aipi said:

    I am so in love with the texture of your cookies ~ they look scrummy n addictive!

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  • Swathi said:

    Both cookies looks delicious, moist and chewy. nice recipe.

  • Annapet said:

    These are delighful, Sanjeeta! I’m very new to baking and but working on it. Thank you for sharing!
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  • Junia @ Mis Pensamientos said:

    i never thought about putting mango puree into cookies before!!! great idea 😀
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  • Kiran @ KiranTarun.com said:

    Mmmm.. those pillows of mango cookie delights looks so yummy! Loved how you’d incorporated oats. So healthy yet delish looking 🙂
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  • kankana said:

    You are like me .. i too like to add a lot of fruits in my baking. And summer calls for mango. This is such a perfect cookie to celebrate fruits and summer 🙂

  • Terra said:

    I am such a fan of soft, moist cookies! My mom always made crunchy, hard cookies, but I don’t know why. These cookies look amazing:-) I think I love the mango, and I must try it:-)
    Hugs, Terra

  • rebecca said:

    fun muffins the dietitian in me loves all the fruit added :-0
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  • Faith said:

    Both recipes look delicious and so healthy! The perfect use for yummy mangos. Thanks so much for the sweet comment you left on my blog!
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  • Rosa said:

    Oh, they look so good! Both recipes are marvelous. I love soft cookies.



  • Sommer@ASpicyPerspective said:

    Wow mango and chocolate–my two favorite things!!!
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  • Heavenly Housewife said:

    This is a wonderful use of fruit and a great way of getting in lots of vitamins 😀
    *kisses* HH
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  • Mary said:

    Both of these cookies are real treats that my family would make disappear quickly:-). I love the extra nutrition that you’ve packed into them. I hope you have a great day. Blessings…Mary
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  • Pachecopatty said:

    These soft cookies look so very good;-)
    I like your healthy take on desserts, thanks for your recipes;-)
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  • Maria @ Scandifoodie said:

    They look so yummy! I love the idea of using mango too!

  • BigFatBaker said:

    Wow, these muffin top cookies sound delicious. I love mango, and this would be a great breakfast for someone (like me) that is always on the go!
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  • hemalata said:

    Muffin top cookies sounds delicious and healthy.Nice idea and lovely clicks too…

  • Joanne said:

    Mangoes are my favorite fruit so a cake-like texture sounds absolutely fine to me! These look delicious!
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  • Jamie said:

    Oh lord, muffin top cookies? I have got to try this! Although I also love adding fruit to recipes like this my sons would prefer the chocolate chip. Delicious!

  • Roxana GreenGirl said:

    oh my goodness, love love love the mango and blueberry ones and I can easily vegan-ise them. Can’t wait! Thanks for sharing!

  • Sukaina said:

    Cake and cookie in one. What an unusual recipe too. Thanks so much for taking part in Monthly Mingle this month.

  • cupcakes barcelona said:

    hi, thanks for sharing your recipe,..I like creative recipes,..and this one is very interesting.

    I am always looking for something different to bake, eat and writte in my blog,..and I will try your idea soon.

    I like mango and chocolate, of course,..but I have never imagined I could use them together in a cupcake..:-)

    note: Your pictures are also fantastics!! great quality

  • maha said:

    hey..u have a nice space…great recipes…
    visit my space when u find time..

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