There’s not much better on a hot day than a cold treat, and these Mango Coconut Lime Popsicles check all the boxes. They’re sweet and refreshing, and cool you down in a snap!
I love making homemade popsicles because I can adjust the ingredients, use up things in the fridge, and control how much sugar goes into them. With this recipe, you can do the same!
Why You’ll Love Mango Coconut Lime Popsicles
Why You’ll Love This Recipe for Mango Coconut Lime Popsicles:
- The combination of mango, coconut, and lime creates a unique and exotic flavor. These popsicles are both sweet and tangy!
- These popsicles are made with all-natural ingredients and are much healthier than store-bought ones.
- The recipe is simple and easy to follow. It’s so easy, actually, that your kids can help!
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Mango Coconut Lime Popsicles Ingredients
- 3 cups frozen mango
- 1 cup sweetened coconut yogurt
- 2 limes, juiced
- 2 tbsp agave syrup
How To Make Mango Coconut Lime Popsicles
Measure out the frozen mango, coconut yogurt, and agave nectar. Add it to the blender. Squeeze out the juice from both limes and pour it on top.
Blend until smooth. If your limes weren’t very juicy, you can add a touch of water to help thin out the mixture.
Divide the pureed popsicle mix into a popsicle mold and add the popsicle sticks.
Freeze for at least 4 hours. Enjoy!
It takes 10 minutes to prep these popsicles and get them in the freezer. But they do require at least 4 hours of freezing time.
You can add any fruit to this recipe. Try any of these frozen fruits:
Tips & Tricks and Recipe Notes
- You can substitute coconut yogurt with vanilla or Greek yogurt if you prefer.
- Add or remove some of the agave syrup to make your popsicles sweeter, or less sweet.
- Don’t be afraid to leave a few chunks in the mix. It will freeze just fine.
- If you prefer a smoother texture, you can blend the mixture for a few extra minutes before pouring it into the popsicle molds.
- To avoid air pockets in your popsicles, tap the filled popsicle molds on the countertop before freezing. The air bubbles should rise to the top.
How to Store Popsicles
These popsicles need to stay in the freezer, obviously! After they’re frozen, you can transfer them to a Ziploc bag, or leave them in their molds.
Can I make popsicles with fresh fruit instead of frozen?
Yes, you can. But frozen fruit tends to taste sweeter, so you may need to add a bit more sweetener to your mixture.
Can I make this dairy-free?
Yes, you can use dairy-free yogurt in this recipe to make these popsicles vegan.
How do I get popsicles out of their molds?
Sometimes, gently bending the molds will help the popsicles slip out easily, but if not, you can run the molds under warm water for a few seconds. They should come right out.
Mango Coconut Lime Popsicles are a perfect treat for a hot day. They’re both refreshing and healthy! With a few simple ingredients and this very simple recipe, you can make your own popsicles at home. The kids (and you) will love them!Print
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