Looking for a mango-nificent homemade popsicle recipe? We’ve got you covered! These Coconut Mango Pops combine whole milk and vanilla bean with—you guessed it!—real mango and creamy coconut yogurt for a dreamy tropical combo that is every bit as irresistible as it sounds.
And even better, you’ll prepare this mango popsicle recipe in a matter of minutes thanks to the Quick Pop Maker. Let’s get started!
INGREDIENTS 5 ounces vanilla Greek Yogurt 4 tablespoons fresh lemon juice (about two medium lemons) ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract 6 ounces low fat milk zest of one lemon 2 tablespoons agave nectar ¼ cup wild blueberries (see note below) 2 Biscoff Cookies; crushed
MAKE THE POP BASE In a medium bowl, whisk together the yogurt, lemon juice, vanilla, milk, lemon zest and agave until...
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Okay, that was definitely more than 3 words. But the truth is we can’t say enough about how much we love this homemade popsicle recipe. And the best part? It will take you from liquid iced tea to fabulously frozen tangy treat in a matter of minutes, thanks to the Quick Pop Maker.
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So, let’s make it happen!
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Well, that’s actually not true—we think about pops regardless of the weather. (It’s our job, after all!)
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