Mango coconut popsicles

Have you made your own frozen popsicles yet? If you haven’t you need to try these creamy mango coconut popsicles. They are the bomb. Healthier, vegan and gluten free.

Mango coconut popsicles

Frozen popsicles was something that I use to have often while growing up. My friends and I used to collect what ever little allowance money we could and go to the local store and purchase several popsicle flavors and share them all. I remember this time as being really fun and care free while growing up. Such simple things I remember as a child that used to make me most happy back then.

Ever since going away to college I have been making frozen pospsicles. Because they don’t require any baking and they are so easy and versatile I tend to make frozen popsicles even in winter time. These mango and coconut popsicles are fabulous. Creamy, tasty and healthier for you. My kids will eat any type of flavor but these have turned out to be a favorite of theirs. Each time I make popsicles it takes me back to my childhood days. Such fun times.

I have teamed up with Wayfair to share one of my favorite recipes during childhood. This is one of my favorite treats to make that takes me back to those times. If you like to see more childhood recipes from other bloggers click here. Some of the recipes are really the bomb!

Rather than using heavy cream I always make my popsicles using coconut cream. I love this ingredient plus it keeps the popsicles vegan for those following such diet. All in all I think is better than using heavy cream but if you don’t mind heavy cream go for it.

I get my coconut cream from Trader Joes but you can get it from any other stores as well as Amazon.

I hope you like these mango and coconut popsicles. It is summer time so be sure I will be posting more popsicle recipes in the near future.


Mango coconut popsicles


Mango coconut popsicles

Miryam's original recipe

Yield: 10 popsicles

Total Time: 5 minutes


14 oz canned coconut cream
1/2 cup almond milk
2 cups mango chunks
1/4 cup maple syrup
1/4 cup unsweetened shredded coconut


Place all the ingredients in your blender, except the mango chunks, and pulse until you obtain a homogenous mixture. Add the mango chucks and combine. Divide the mixture in your popsicle mold and freeze for at least 3-4 hours. Serve as desired.

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  1. Yum! These look amazing!!!!!!!!

  2. This is a great healthy snack idea thanks for sharing all the macros and nutrition information.

  3. I’ve done basil in ice cream before so why not in a popsicle! These sound fabulous and so refreshing!

  4. These would be ridiculously refreshing. We use mint in desserts and basil for sure will work great. Thanks for the yumm recipe.

  5. Love those tropical flavoured pops! A beautiful idea with basil.

  6. The calories are so low… love it. I’d eat like 2 of these… basil and mango pair up beautifully.

  7. First, the basil sounds wonderful in these, and seocnd I’m in love with anything frozen with pineapple lately. Yummy!

  8. Such pretty pops…pinned!

  9. Pineapple, Mango AND BASIL! Hmmm…. This is interesting and it looks delicious. I’ll try to do it this weekend. :)

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