These homemade mango popsicles are so easy to make with fresh mango. This mango popsicle recipe makes the best cool, delicious and refreshing summer treat.
Why You Will Love This Recipe
Homemade popsicles are great idea anytime of year, but they are especially good on a hot summer day.
Made with sweet mango chunks and a few simple ingredients, these pops are a great way to enjoy the sweet taste of mangos with very little effort. These are seriously so easy to make!
This recipe is another fun way to enjoy mango season, and stay cool at the same time.
These homemade ice pops are so inexpensive to make too! I love when I can control how much sugar is in these pops. Plus, there are no added preservatives in homemade pops.
Only a few simple ingredients are needed for these.
- Ripe mangoes - I use fresh mangoes when making these.
- Greek yogurt OR Vanilla full fat yogurt
- Honey or agave
See recipe card for quantities.
- In a small bowl or glass, blend water and cornstarch.
- In a blender or food processor, add mango, yogurt, honey, water and cornstarch and blend until smooth.
- The mango mixture will pretty thick, if you want to thin it out add up to ½ cup of water.
- Pour mango mixture into popsicle molds and add popsicle sticks.
- Freeze 5-6 hours or until fully frozen.
- Take mango ice pops out of molds.
- Run warm water on the outside of molds to help loosen the frozen popsicle out of molds, if needed.
In a blender or food processor, Add mango chunks and yogurt.
Add honey and cornstarch water.
Blend until combined
Pour mixture into silicone popsicle mold
Freeze for 4-5 hours.
Greek yogurt has a bit of a tang so you may need more sweetener then allotted, just taste the puree before freezing.
Substitutions & Variations
You can substitute or add some of your favorite fruits in this recipe.
- Mango - If you do not hav e fresh mango, you can use frozen mango chunks or frozen mango puree.
- Honey - You can use agave or even maple syrup as a sweetener.
- Of course, you can also choose to make these without any added sugar element.
- popsicle molds - use my favorite ice pop mold for so many things.
- popsicle sticks
- blender or food processor
Store in the freezer. They will maintain flavor in the freezer for about 2-3 days.
This recipe is very versatile and can be made a day ahead. Try making these with other tropical flavors too to change up the flavor. I have made popsicles from pineapples, blueberries, strawberries, bananas, peaches, and watermelon.
While these take a few hours to freeze, the actual recipe takes only minutes to make.
More Homemade Popsicle Recipes
Verry Berry Popsicles - these fresh fruit popsicles are the bomb!
Strawberry Lemonade Popsicles - Like a cold lemonade and so refreshing!
- Popsicle molds
- High powered blender, immersion blender or Food processor
- 2 cups mango chunks frozen or fresh
- ½ cup whole Greek yogurt OR vanilla full fat yogurt
- 3 tablespoons honey
- 1 tablespoon cornstarch
- 2 tablespoons water mixed with the cornstarch
- Add mango, yogurt, honey, water and cornstarch and blend until smooth.
- The mixture will pretty thick, if you want to thin it out add up to ½ cup of water.
- Pour mango mixture into popsicle molds and add popsicle sticks. Freeze 5-6 hours or until fully frozen.
- Take popsicles out of molds, you can run warm water on the outside of molds to help loosen the popsicles out of molds if needed.
If you don't like the taste of greek yogurt, use a regular vanilla yogurt instead
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