These mango coconut popsicles are so refreshing.  With the added technique of ombre, you start with a creamy vanilla coconut top and end with sweet mango on the bottom.

2 mangos diced
• 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt
• 1/2 cup vanilla coconut milk
• 1/3 cup orange juice

Layer 1: In a measuring cup mix 1/2 cup vanilla yogurt with 1/2 cup vanilla coconut milk. We used a six count Popsicle mold to fill our mixture with. Drop two tablespoon full of the yogurt mix into each mold. You should have some yogurt left over. Set aside. Put the popsicle molds in the freezer and let sit for about 35 minutes or until a thick slush forms.

Layer 2: While the molds are in the freezer, blend 2 diced mangos (about 1 cups worth) with 1/3 cup orange juice ( for less of a mess you can find mango already diced in the freezer section, trader joes has a great option!). Take 1/2 of the mango puree and slowly add the remaining yogurt mix until you get a desired light colored orange, this will start to create an ombre effect when frozen in layers. Continue to add the mango yogurt mixture to the popsicle molds. About another 2 tablespoons for each mold. Let freeze for another 35 minutes or until it thickens. Depending on your freezer the freezing times can vary.

Layer 3: Now remove from the freezer and begin to place your popsicle sticks in each mold. With the remaining mango puree fill the molds to the top. Place into freezer and freeze for another 4 hours. Ideally leaving them overnight in the freezer and enjoying as a treat the next day.

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looking for other crowd pleasing summer dishes? strawberry basil daiquiris, lemonade three ways, spiced fruit cones, floral drink garnishes, guava shaved ice and the perfect coffee shake!

photos and styling by: ivan solis


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    Roisin says:

    These look delicious! Mango and coconut are my favourites. Cannot wait to try this out 🙂


    Ahoi bSquary says:

    Ohh yees … 30 degrees and unbelievable humidity … a round of mango ice for everybody.

    Yum, these look delicious and refreshing. Plus they’re just so pretty!

    This looks so delicious and refreshing! I can’t wait to give these beauties a try!
    xx Sydney

    ma-luxe says:

    These look so gooood! Though I feel like I’d be way too lazy to wait to go through all the layers haha. Looks amazing though 🙂


    Alice says:

    These sound soooo yummy! I love the ombré look of them as well

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    Stasja says:

    Looking through this makes me so thirsty 🙂 because it looks so refreshing and delicious. Can’t wait to try it!

    OMG looks soooo good *YAMMI*

    Beth says:

    Delicious! Mango anything is my fav! totally making this on the weekend! Thanks!


    Kelly says:

    These look and sound AMAZING, yum! I will have to add the ingredients to my grocery list this weekend!

    xx Kelly
    Sparkles and Shoes

    Maja says:

    Oh, these are for me! I adore mangos and coconut and eating healthy. Yummy! 🙂
    x M.

    Emily says:

    YUM. I’m saving this one for the summer!!

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    Agus says:

    Que rico!!!
    me encanta el mango 😀

    Lan says:

    Coconut* and mango are my favorite! These look delicious, so had to try (they’re delicious). I made these with my residents, who happen to have Alzheimer’s & it was a huge success! Keep the ideas coming!

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