Mango Popsicles With Coconut and Lime

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These dairy free mango popsicles are the perfect way to enjoy the hot summer months.

If you have been on the edge about making homemade popsicles, and are not sure if you will be able to nail the flavors and textures, you’ve got to give this easy popsicle recipe a shot.

You don’t even need any ice cream maker to make these popsicles, and they are creamy, fruity and tangy all at the same time.

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What I Love About These Homemade Popsicles

These popsicles are my absolute favorite for many reasons.

I can make them using fresh or frozen mangoes, and they taste so much better and juicier than store bought popsicles.

They’re pretty easy to make, which makes them one of the best homemade popsicle recipes to try your hands at, even if you’re experimenting with it for the first time.

Another plus is the fact that I can make these homemade ice pops in a batch and enjoy them whenever I’m craving for a little refreshing treat.

Mango Popsicles Cooking Time

  • Prep time: 10 minutes
  • Servings: 10 popsicles

Ingredients for the Mango Popsicle Recipe

You’ll need just 4 simple ingredients to make these delicious homemade mango popsicles.

Mango Popsicles With Coconut and Lime ingredients
  • Frozen Mango: Gives the popsicles a tropical sweetness and a smooth texture when blended.
  • Sweetened Coconut Yogurt: Adds creaminess to the popsicles while its coconut flavor enhances the tropical vibe.
  • Limes: Add a tangy twist that balances the sweetness of mango and coconut, making each bite wonderfully refreshing.
  • Agave Syrup: Helps to intensify the flavors and contributes to the perfect, lickable consistency of the popsicles.

How to Make the Easy Mango Popsicles?

Once you have the ingredients ready, here’s what you’ll need to do to make these homemade popsicles.

Step 1: Process the Mango Popsicle Mixture

Add the mango, coconut yogurt, agave and the juice of 2 limes in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth. If your limes are not very juicy, you can add some water to make it a little runnier.

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Step 2: Transfer Mixture Into Popsicle Molds

Divide the pureed mango to a popsicle mold and add the popsicle sticks. Freeze for at least 4 hours.

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Tips & Tricks to Make these Homemade Popsicles

Ready to give these easy mango pops a shot? You may want to take note of these little tips and tricks in mind.

  • I have used coconut yogurt for this recipe, because I wanted to keep it vegan. If you don’t have coconut yogurt, you can use coconut milk as an alternative.
  • If you prefer the creaminess of yogurt, and aren’t intolerant to dairy, you can use vanilla flavored yogurt.
  • I would recommend using full fat coconut milk for this recipe to ensure that the popsicles turn out nice and creamy.
  • For this recipe, I have kept the blended mixture smooth. If you would want a bit of texture, you can add some frozen mango chunks or diced mango into it before you transfer everything into popsicle molds.
  • If you have some leftover mixture, you can transfer them into ice cube trays and drizzle a bit of lemon juice or lime juice over them and freeze them.
  • If your popsicles have frozen solid, and you’re having trouble getting them out of the popsicle molds, you can dunk the mold in some warm water for a few seconds, and then get the popsicles out.
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Mango Popsicle Variations You Can Try

Making popsicles has never been easier, and if you’re ready to give this recipe a try, here are some more variations you can experiment with.

Mango Orange Popsicles

If you’re using fresh mangoes to make these mango popsicles, you may also want to add a bit of freshly squeezed orange juice along with the lime juice.

This will make the popsicles more tangy and refreshing.

Tropical Mango Popsicles

Along with the coconut milk or coconut yogurt and the mango, you can also add some shredded or desiccated coconut into the mango mixture, and lend these easy mango popsicles a bit of a tropical twist.

Mango Pineapple Popsicles

You can give these classic mango popsicles a bit of a twist by adding some pineapple chunks (canned or fresh) into the mixture and then freezing them in the popsicle molds.

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Creamy Mango Popsicles

You can also add some vanilla ice cream or heavy cream into the mango popsicles to transform them into these creamy mango popsicles.

The taste of the cream and ice cream will complement the sweet mango beautifully, and you’ll absolutely love how they will turn out.

Mango Berry Popsicles

If you have some frozen berries (think raspberries, blueberries and strawberries), you can also blend them together with some fresh mangos and turn them into some healthy homemade popsicles.

The versatility of these popsicles is what makes them so great. You can add practically any fresh fruit of your choice, and whip up your own version of dairy free popsicles.

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What To Serve With This Recipe?

  • Fresh Fruit Salad:
    Toss together a medley of colorful fruits like berries, kiwi, and pineapple for a refreshing contrast.
  • Coconut Rice:
    Serve aromatic coconut-infused rice as a tropical companion to enhance the overall island flavor.
  • Minty Cucumber Salad:
    Crisp cucumber slices with a hint of mint provide a cool and zesty contrast to the sweet popsicles.
  • Avocado Salsa:
    Creamy avocado mixed with tomatoes, onions, and cilantro adds a creamy, savory element.
  • Grilled Pineapple Spears:
    Lightly grill pineapple wedges for a caramelized sweetness that complements the mango popsicles.
  • Lime Infused Quinoa:
    Tangy lime-infused quinoa adds a nutty texture and a burst of citrusy goodness.
  • Jicama Sticks with Chili Powder:
    Crunchy jicama sticks sprinkled with chili powder offer a spicy kick for a perfect contrast.
  • Spinach and Strawberry Salad:
    A simple salad with spinach and fresh strawberries provides a balance of flavors and textures.

Frequently Asked Questions

What Other Sweetener Can I Use?

I’ve use agave for this recipe. It is a delicious natural sweetener that has flavors that complement the other ingredients well.
You can choose to use maple syrup instead, or even just use plain sugar or cane sugar if you want to.

Can I Use Fresh Mango Instead of the Frozen Mango?

You totally can! These homemade pops taste wonderful regardless of whether you use fresh or frozen mango.
I used frozen mangoes, because they are much easier to deal with.
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How Long Should I Allow the Popsicles to Freeze?

I would highly recommend freezing these mango popsicles overnight to get them to the perfect solid state.
If you’re on a time crunch, you can freeze them for 4-6 hours or until they are solid.

Are Frozen Mango Popsicles Healthy?

These mango popsicles recipe is the perfect one to try out when you’re craving for a sweet treat that’s healthy and nutritious.
The fresh mango chunks, teamed up with maple syrup or agave, which are natural sweeteners, and a bit of coconut yogurt can really make these homemade popsicles a super healthy snack.
They are rich in vitamin C, antioxidants and many other nutrients!

Mango Popsicles With Coconut And Lime

Mango Popsicles With Coconut And Lime

Yield: 10
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes

Easy and Refreshing Mango Popsicles with Coconut and Lime


  • 3 cups frozen mango
  • 1 cup sweetened coconut yogurt
  • 2 limes
  • 2 tbsp agave syrup


Step 1: Process the Mango Popsicle Mixture

Add the mango, coconut yogurt, agave and the juice of 2 limes in a blender or food processor and blend until smooth. If your limes are not very juicy, you can add some water to make it a little runnier.

Step 2: Transfer Mixture Into Popsicle Molds

Divide the pureed mango to a popsicle mold and add the popsicle sticks. Freeze for at least 4 hours.

Nutrition Information:
Yield: 10 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 94Total Fat: 3gSaturated Fat: 2gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 1mgSodium: 37mgCarbohydrates: 17gFiber: 2gSugar: 14gProtein: 2g

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