This Mango Popsicle recipe is easy, has a sweet tangy taste, yummy, and totally guilt-free. If you avoid Mango ice cream as it is loaded with calories then this recipe is especially for you!
Believe me, something you must try, because unless you have it you can’t believe how heavenly it is.
Mango Popsicle recipe
Popsicles are really fun to eat. The joy of licking a popsicle is unparalleled. Agree? If you are wondering how to make popsicles at home? Then, let me tell you, it’s really easy.
If you have a popsicle mold then, of course, it’s the easiest. But even if you do not have it, then also, you can make these easily. Just in few more minutes, you will see how to make popsicles at home without molds.
Once you make them these are safe in the freezer, and anytime, you feel like having one, just take it out of the freezer and you’re in heaven!
Just like my Fruity Popsicles, even this one is a must-try in the season of mangoes. It’s just like mango ice cream but minus calories, cream, and cooking.
Yogurt or Curd is an amazing substitute for cream in making ice cream and gives great results. I have tried Strawberry Frozen Yogurt and this time it’s mango!
If you are looking for a vegan recipe, then you should try, Mango Sorbet.
The recipe of these Guilt-Free Mango Yogurt Lollies is a very easy peasy one. All you need is mango pulp and thick curd and sweetener of your choice. You can use honey or powdered sugar or Bura sugar (unrefined sugar). You can use any other fruit pulp too like bananas or berries.
Hung curd is magical and can be used in sweet as well as savory recipes. Some of the recipes that you will love to try are:
(All the below recipes are Fireless Recipes)
- Mango Yogurt
- Strawberry Frozen Yogurt
- Frozen Fruit Pizza
- Mango Parfait
- Veg Coleslaw Sandwiches
- Easy Tiramisu
Step By Step Recipe
- Puree mango pieces along with 1 tbsp Boora sugar, salt, and lemon juice.
- Put hung curd in the blender with 1 tbsp Boora Sugar and blitz it for few seconds, so that it becomes a smooth mix.
- Now, you can combine these two and set them in lollies molds or in a bowl.
- Or, add a little of each alternatively in the popsicle molds just to create a pattern.
- In the absence of molds use paper cups. Fill the mango-yogurt mix, cover with foil and insert an ice cream stick when semi-set. When set fully, tear off the paper and your lolly is ready. (I used my mold stick only as didn’t have an ice cream stick)
Use any other fruit like banana or strawberries or blueberries in place of mangoes.