Mango Coconut Popsicles – These healthy and easy vegan popsicles are so delicious and perfect for sunny afternoons. You just need 2 ingredients and 5 minutes to make these yummy mango pops!
What is a mango coconut popsicle?
Mango coconut popsicles are one of the refreshing summer popsicles that can be made in 5 minutes. These are healthy, easy, delicious and perfect for those who are looking for a healthy sweet snack.
These mango coconut popsicles are:
- super easy to make and can be prepared in just 5 minutes
- vegan, gluten free, refined sugar free and dairy free
- perfect for dessert or healthy snack
- refreshing and healthy
What you will need
Mango: You can use fresh or frozen mango chunks in this recipe. If you are using frozen mangoes, make sure you thaw them first.
Coconut Milk: Light or full-flat coconut milk can be used. Use full-fat coconut milk if you want to make creamy and silky ice pops.
Sweetener: This is completely optional. I haven’t added any sweetener as my mangoes are sweet enough. If your mangoes aren’t sweet, add your favorite sweeteners such as sugar and maple syrup.
How do you store them?
If you made them in bulk and want to store them for longer, wrap each frozen mango popsicle with plastic wrap and transfer them to a ziplock bag or freezer-safe container. They can be stored for 1-2 months in the freezer.
How do you make popsicles without molds?
You can use small cups as molds to make ice pops. Fill cups with your popsicle mix and cover it with a cling wrap or aluminum foil. Carefully make a hole through the foil and insert popsicle sticks. If you don’t have wooden sticks, simply use spoons in the place of sticks.
Mango coconut milk popsicles are perfect to enjoy as a snack on a sunny afternoon. They can also be served as a healthy dessert as well.
Step by step instructions:
Combine measured mango chunks and coconut milk in a blender jar or mixie jar.
Blend everything until smooth and creamy.
Taste and add any of your favorite sweetener if you feel the mango puree is not sweet enough.
Transfer it to molds and freeze overnight or until set.
To remove the popsicles from the mold, run the water on the outside of the molds for some time until the ends are loose.
Few more summer recipes on the blog:
- Lemon Honey Popsicles
- Peanut Butter Banana Yogurt Ice Pops
- Healthy Banana Chocolate Popsicle
- Iced Lemon Tea
- Pistachio Lassi
- Cherry Lassi
Mango coconut milk popsicles recipe video below:
Mango Coconut Popsicles Recipe
- 1 Cup Chopped Mango
- ⅓ Cup Coconut Milk
- Sugar or any sweetener (optional – if mangoes are not sweet enough)
- Combine chopped mangoes and coconut milk in a blender jar and grind everything until smooth.
- Pour in into popsicle molds and let it freeze until set.
- To remove the popsicles from the molds, run the water on the outside of the molds for some time until the ends are loose.
- Serve immediately.
Nutrition values are estimates only.