Mango Lassi’s are so yummy! With recipes is like the best Mango Lassi recipe in a delicious frozen ice pop. These homemade frozen treats have no added sugar and have all the creamy mango lassi flavor.
How to make popsicles.
If you can believe it, I’ve never made homemade ice pops before. I have always wanted to make my own delicious fruit popsicles, but they always seemed like too much work. I’m here to tell you that nothing could be farther from the truth.
Like everything in life, having the right tools makes everything easier, even homemade popsicles.
I found handy dandy silicone molds that were super easy to use. All you have to do is blend up your favorite fresh fruit and pour it into the popsicle molds, freeze for four hours, and then enjoy delicious homemade fruit popsicles.
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Finding the perfect mold is essential. I found this silicone ice pop mold on Amazon. I really liked it because the popsicle came out relatively easily without having to put them in warm water for any length of time. A few other versions that I have used are the NorPro Popsicle Mold and the Zoku ice pop molds which come in regular popsicle shape and all sorts of fun character shapes if you are into that.
How to Make a Mango Lassi, and then turn it into a popsicle.
Start with just a few ingredients.
- Fresh Mangoes
- Fresh Limes
- Greek Yogurt (I used Fat-Free)
- Coconut Milk, canned
Special Equipment that you will need.
Making Healthy Homemade Frozen Fruit Popsicle is as easy as blending up all of the ingredients in a high-speed blender and then pouring it into the ice pop molds. Then just freeze for 4 to 6 hours and then enjoy these refreshing summer treats.
I just had a flashback to the old school Tupperware molds that my mom used to have. There are so many ice pop mold on the market just find your favorite one, blend up some healthy fruit and either juice or yogurt and make summer even sweeter than it already is.
How does yogurt or coconut milk affect the texture of popsicles?
Adding coconut milk makes the popsicle less icy in texture. An all fruit popsicle has more water in it and therefore has an icier texture. They are both delicious in their own right. It just depends on what you like.
Mango Lassi Popsicles
- 4 Fresh Mangoes peeled and diced
- 2 Fresh Limes juiced, about 2 tablespoons
- 1 can Coconut Milk
- 1 cup Greek yogurt
- Add all of the ingredients to a high-speed blender and pulse until the mixture is smooth and creamy.
- Optional: Add a little bit of honey or agave syrup if you need more sweetness.
- Pour the mango lassi into the popsicle molds, cover with the top, and then add the sticks.
- Freeze for at least four hours.
- Press the popsicles out from the bottom and then store in plastic sleeves.