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Mango Popsicles with Pineapple Juice are a Healthy Frozen Treat

Frozen mango chunks, pineapple juice, and a hint of lime are blended together for healthy mango popsicles. These delicious frozen treats make a healthy dessert perfect for summer!

Mango Popsicles on Ice


For our food loving family, the arrival of summer means two important things: an abundance of berries and other fruit in our edible landscaping, and daily popsicles.

Rather than buying popsicles full of refined sugar with artificial colors and flavors, we make popsicles at home with fresh fruits and veggies.
The kids (and my husband!) love getting a frozen treat every day. I love knowing that they’re getting that daily serving of fruit.

Holding a Pineapple Mango Popsicle

We all love mango, so these are one of our favorite popsicle recipes. The basic recipe is just frozen mango, pineapple juice, and lime juice. But sometimes I make a double batch and blend a couple mint leaves and a shot of two of rum into half the puree for some adult mango popsicles!

Another favorite summer treat is our Homemade Ice Cream in a Bag!


Frozen Mango Popsicles

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The first step to homemade mango popsicles is gathering your supplies.

BLENDER – You could use a blender or a food processor to make your own popsicles, but I find a blender is a lot easier to pour the pureed fruit into the popsicle molds. We have a Blendtec Designer Series and absolutely love how it gets everything completely pureed everytime, from mango popsicles to green smoothies.

POPSICLE MOLDS – After using dozens of different popsicle molds, I finally found a favorite. We love the Norpro Frozen Ice Pop Maker for the popsicle shape, the lid that holds the sticks in place, and how easy it is to remove the popsicles. You can run the mold under warm water enough to slide the popsicles out without melting them.

POPSICLE STICKS – If you’re new to making popsicles, the Norpro popsicle mold comes with 24 sticks to start you off. But if you’d like to order them separately, here’s the popsicle sticks we buy.


Mango Popsicles in Popsicle Mold

  1. Place mango chunks, pineapple juice, and lime juice in the blender. You can also add a couple mint leaves and a splash of rum if your mango popsicles are for grown ups!
  2. Blend until smooth. You can add a little more pineapple juice if needed.
  3. Pour the puree into your popsicle molds and freeze overnight.
  4. If you have trouble removing the frozen popsicles from the mold, run the mold under warm water until they slide out.


Mango Popsicles in Bowl of Ice

Feel free to play with this as a basic mango popsicles recipe. Don’t like the tartness of the lime juice? Just skip it?

Want more of a creamsicle? Swap some of the pineapple juice for coconut milk to keep them vegan and dairy free.

These are also gluten free, which I’m assuming all popsicles are. But just making sure to mention it in case that’s a concern for your family.

Pineapple Mango Popsicles


We hope you love these mango popsicles as much as we do! Make sure to pin the recipe to save it for later. And if you make mango popsicles at home, we’d love to see a photo! Just leave it in the comments of the pin so we can check it out.

Mango Popsicles Pin


Yield: 6 popsicles

Pineapple Mango Popsicles

Mango Popsicles

Frozen mango chunks, pineapple juice, and a hint of lime are blended together for flavorful mango popsicles that make the perfect healthy summer dessert. You can also add a few mint leaves and a shot or two of rum if you'd like to turn these into a frozen cocktail! (Adapted with permission from Genius Kitchen)

Prep Time 5 minutes
Freezing Time 6 hours
Total Time 6 hours 5 minutes



  1. Place mango, pineapple juice, and lime juice in the blender.
  2. Blend completely until smooth. If it’s having trouble blending, add more pineapple juice as needed.
  3. Pour the puree into popsicle molds and freeze overnight, or at least six hours.
  4. Run the mold under warm water until the popsicles can be pulled out.
  5. I like to wrap each popsicle in a strip of parchment paper and store them together in a gallon bag in the freezer.

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

6 popsicles

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 44Sodium: 1mgCarbohydrates: 11gSugar: 9g


Love these mango popsicles and want some more vegan fruit popsicle ideas? Here’s a few of our favorites from some of our food blogging friends.


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1 thought on “Mango Popsicles with Pineapple Juice are a Healthy Frozen Treat”

  1. These look like totally delicious popsicles, will have to give them a try. Thanks for mentioning my balsamic roasted berry popsicles!


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