Creamy vegan mango popsicles are the BEST homemade dessert! So easy to make and full of tropical flavor!
Do you find yourself dreaming of a tropical location more often than not?
Same here, girl. Hence why I have mango on my mind.
Mango popsicles specifically.
This homemade mango popsicle recipe is crazy easy to make and completely plant-based!
Ingredients for mango popsicles
- Frozen mango
- Coconut cream (different than coconut milk)
- Agave nectar
How to make mango popsicles at home
Pour the mixture into a popsicle mold.
Tip: Tap the molds on the kitchen counter to release air bubbles.
Freeze for 2-3 hours until completely solid. If using frozen mango (which I did), it speeds up the freeze time since the mixture is cold to start with!
How to take out homemade popsicles
Getting homemade popsicles out of the mold can be tricky but with this tried and true method, it’s a breeze!
- Fill a glass with warm water
- Submerge popsicle in water with mold
- After about 20 seconds, start wiggling the popsicle to see if it is loose
- Continue this until the popsicle breaks free from the mold!
Variations of this mango popsicle recipe
- Try a combination of fruit: pineapple, cherry, strawberry are all great flavor combos with mango
- Use a plant-based milk instead of coconut cream. Although coconut cream adds a creaminess to the popsicles, almond milk or coconut milk will work as well.
Mango popsicles are a great dessert for Summer or just to have a healthy dessert on hand. Refined-sugar free, these popsicles are a great way to satisfy your sweet tooth!
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- 2+1/2 cups frozen mango chunks
- 1 cup coconut cream from the can
- 3 Tablespoons agave nectar
- Blend mango, coconut cream, and agave until completely smooth.
- Fill popsicle mold with the mixture. Tap molds lightly on the kitchen counter to release air bubbles.
- Place in freezer and freeze for 2-3 hours.
- Remove popsicle molds by filling a glass with warm water and submerging the popsicles for about 30 seconds one at a time. Wiggle the popsicle free from the mold.
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