You might never have encountered dried mango before. My son likes dried fruit (who doesn't) and I saw a pack in CO-OP recently. Most dried mango contains added sugar but this didn't. I have to say it was delicious. I'm not much of a fresh mango fan but this was like a sweet, tangy fruit leather.
As it is naturally super sweet, I used some for these biscuits. A big hit with my 23 month old. He ate four as a snack.
Oat and Mango Biscuits - makes around 24 depending on size
90g Plain flour
25g Porridge oats
70g Unsalted butter
35g Unsweetened Dried Mango, finely chopped
1 tsp Vanilla extract
1 tsp Water
Preheat the oven to 200oC or 400F.
Put the flour, oats, butter, mango and vanilla extract into a food processor. Process for a minute or so, it will start to come together. Add as much water as needed to bring to a dough, I just needed 1 tsp.
Kneed lightly and then roll out until 2mm thick (just less than a tenth of an inch). Cut out the shapes you like and place on a baking tray lined with baking paper. Bake for 7-8 minutes, (possibly slightly less as mine were a little overdone) until starting to brown.
Cool on a wire rack.
These freeze well if frozen raw interleaved with baking paper. You can cook them from frozen in a preheated oven as before for 8-10 minutes. Mine were done in 8.