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This is delicious. Both the almond and mango flavors are present and blend well together. There is an ever so slight crunch. For me, the top is cracked and pretty. EASY. One thing, I will suggest is that you grind the almonds in the food processor first, remove it and then puree the mango. Then all back to the blender. I have a blender on steroids (Blentec - Vitamix is similar) and I am not sure a regular blender would handle it well.
Reviewed for ZWT7- I love flourless cakes, and this one is gluten-free too (provided Babking Powder used is suitable). As mangoes aren't in season at the moment, I used frozen mango cheeks. Also used ready-purchased almond meal, so added in an extra half a cup. Excellent cake- one of those moist, dense dessert cakes, not a soft and sponge-like cake. ...more like a mango mud cake! Served with some custard for a super yumy treat. Photo to come