My kids eat popsicles like Pac-Man!! If I let them, they’ll eat several ones one after the other. We buy our fair share of store bought ones but I love to be able to make my own and I do any chance I get. These Mango Coconut Milk Popsicles are our favorites to make with fresh mangoes:)). Hope you & your kids enjoy them too!!
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We are lucky to live in Miami. The tropical weather has its challenges (hurricanes, extreme humidity etc) but OMG fresh fruits, amazing food & tropical flavors are to die for!!
We have this mango tree in our backyard, it’s shared with our neighbors but even so we get enough mangoes daily for few weeks every year. That’s when we go all out with mango recipes:
Making Mango Popsicles
To make these mango popsicles you just need fresh mangoes, popsicle molds and coconut milk.
Sugar – I don’t add sugar to these popsicles because when these mangoes are ripe, they are so sweet that no added sugar is needed. However, if you are using frozen mangoes or mangoes that are less ripe then you’ll need some kind of sweetener.
Cut the mango first. Then chop it carefully, place all the mango pieces into a blender.
Add coconut milk then blend. You can add some fresh mango to the popsicles too for extra texture.
Fill the Popsicle molds and freeze for 2 hrs. When you remove from the freezer, run the outer part of the mold under running water for 10 seconds, then remove the frozen popsicle by wiggling it out.
Mango Coconut Milk Popsicles
- Popsicle molds
- 2 ripe mangoes
- 1 cup coconut milk (unsweetened)
- You need 2 large ripe mangoes. Chop and add them to blender. You can add 1-2 small mango pieces in each popsicle mold to add some texture to the popsicle.
- Add coconut milk to blender and blend well.
- Pour the mango blend into popsicles.
- Optional – if you have couple of tbsps coconut milk left, then just blend those in the blender so it can get a little tinge of mango from the first blend and add that on top of the molds. It will create a color variation at the end.
- Close the molds and freeze for about 2 hours. When ready to serve, put each mold under running water for few seconds then wiggle the popsicle out.
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