These super easy Mango Popsicles are crazy simple to make—they have just two ingredients—and they are completely refreshing. Plus, the Vitamin C, probiotics, and protein make them a nutritious snack for those little bellies!

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Mango Popsicles

My girls are totally obsessed with mango and I love how naturally creamy it is. Which means that when you blend it up into homemade popsicles, it has seriously delicious results—with hardly anything else added to the mix.

These are one of my favorite recipes for warmer weather, though we’ve been known to make a batch whenever we just need some brightness in our day.

They’re an easy way to soothe a sore throat, are packed with vitamin C and probiotics, and work as a dessert or snack.

ingredients in mango popsicles

Ingredients You Need

To make this popsicle recipe you’ll need these ingredients.

  • Fresh or frozen mango cubes
  • Kefir or yogurt, either plan or vanilla.

TIP: I like using slightly thawed frozen mango in this recipe since then I can avoid having to do any cutting and it still blends easily. Easy!

blended mango popsicle ingredients in blender

Step-by-Step Process

This recipe is so easy! Here’s a look at the process. Scroll down to the bottom of this post for the full info.

  1. Measure out your ingredients. I like to let my frozen mango thaw for a few minutes so it’s a little soft.
  2. Add to a blender.
  3. Blend until super smooth.
  4. Portion into popsicle molds and freeze.

TIP: You can also serve the mixture from the blender as a smoothie!

filling popsicle mold with mango popsicle mixture

Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the difference between using kefir and yogurt?

If I have kefir on hand, I use it here since I like the way its flavors mix with mango. If you’re unfamiliar, it’s basically a tangy drinkable yogurt with protein and a lot of probiotics. If you don’t have it, you can simply use yogurt. They work just about the same!

Can I use other fruit?

You can try using very ripe banana or check out my Strawberry Popsicles for a way to use berries.

What kind of mango is best?

You can use freshly diced mango or frozen mango. If using frozen, measure it out and let it thaw for a few minutes to soften up a bit before blending.

baby eating mango popsicle

Best Popsicle Molds for Kids

We love the Zoku popsicle molds since I find them consistency easy to use and easy to clean. They have this traditional shape and also these mini pops, which are so perfect for babies and one year olds! The minis pop right out of the molds and are such a cute little size!

My full list of popsicle molds is available for you, too.

TIP: You can also use a small (bathroom-size) cup and a popsicle stick if you prefer.

mango popsicles in two sizes on towel

Best Tips for Homemade Popsicles

  • To make this dairy-free, use a nondairy yogurt drink or yogurt.
  • You can substitute almost any other frozen fruit, but mango and banana are naturally the creamiest.
  • To save space when storing popsicles in the freezer, remove from the base of the mold once frozen and store in a zip top freezer bag for up to 3 months.
  • The mixture works as a smoothie straight out of the blender as an alternative.
  • You may also like Strawberry Yogurt Popsicles, Green Smoothie Pops, Fudge Pops, Creamsicles, and Banana Pops.

I’d love to hear what your kids think of this recipe if you try it, so please comment below to share. (I appreciate every single comment!)

This post was first published May 2018.

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Easy Mango Popsicles (2-Ingredients!)

Make these in your preferred popsicle mold or you can even serve it immediately out of the blender as a smoothie.
5 from 5 votes
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 4 hours 5 minutes
Cuisine American
Course Dessert
Calories 61kcal
Servings 6 -8 popsicles

Ingredients

  • 2 cups fresh or frozen mango cubes
  • 1 cup plain or vanilla whole milk kefir or yogurt
  • 1-2 teaspoons honey or maple syrup (optional)

Instructions

  • Add the mango and kefir to a blender. Blend very smooth, starting on low and working up to high.
  • Taste and adjust sweetness with a little honey or maple syrup if needed. (The mango is usually sweet enough on its own.)
  • Pour into freezer pop molds and freeze for 4-6 hours or until firm.

Notes

  • The mixture works as a smoothie straight out of the blender.
  • To make this dairy-free, use a nondairy yogurt drink or yogurt.
  • You can substitute almost any other frozen fruit, but mango and banana are naturally the creamiest.
  • To save space when storing popsicles in the freezer, remove from the base of the mold once frozen and store in a zip top freezer bag.

Nutrition

Calories: 61kcal, Carbohydrates: 11g, Protein: 2g, Fat: 2g, Saturated Fat: 1g, Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g, Monounsaturated Fat: 1g, Cholesterol: 5mg, Sodium: 19mg, Potassium: 156mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 10g, Vitamin A: 636IU, Vitamin C: 20mg, Calcium: 56mg, Iron: 1mg
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  1. 5 stars
    We made these yesterday and the kids gobbled them up. I had to add a little water since I didn’t have the time to slightly thaw the mango and my blender is pretty week, but came out fine! Will have to make these again, soon.

  2. 5 stars
    My daughter loves these popsicles! I’ve made them several times this summer using frozen mango. I love that there are only two ingredients.

  3. Can you use coconut milk instead of yogurt? My kids dont like the tangy taste of yogurt but I want to make them a creamy pop…. thank you!