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Tropical Fruits in a creamy icy treat

Mango and Coconut Popsicles
Mango and Coconut freezer ice pops or popsicles melt so quickly when out of fridge and melt in your mouth even faster. Yes, no kidding, these lolly pops are rich, creamy and mouthwatering good. Take a bite and some crunchy sugar crystals will roll in your mouth followed by tang of mango and creamy whip cream and will leave a nice hint of coconut at the end. These pops only take 10 minutes from your bowl to molds to refrigerator. If you are fan of mangoes and love coconut, this tropical treat is perfect way to finish a meal.
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Mango and Coconut Popsicles

Mango and Coconut Popsicles
Total Time Prep Time Cook Time Serves 4

Ingredients

  • 1/2 Cup Mango  (Puree - Use frozen puree or process 1-2 ripe mangoes in food processor)
  • 1 tbsp Honey  (Use regular or mango flavor Honey)
  • 1/4 Cup Coconut Cream  
  • 2-4 tbsp Pink Crystal Sugar  (Add 1 tbsp. of chia seeds in sugar for some texture)
  • 1/2 Cup Heavy Cream  (Pre-whipped cream or whip fresh 1/4 cup of cream)

Directions

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  • Step for Recipe - Mango and Coconut Popsicles
    1. Puree mango, add honey, coconut cream. Mix well and set aside.
    Step for Recipe - Mango and Coconut Popsicles
    2. If not using pre-whipped cream, then whip cream until just started making peaks. Add in mango mixture and fold in with lite 5-6 strokes.
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    3. Spoon mixture into ice pop molds.
    Step for Recipe - Mango and Coconut Popsicles
    4. Freeze until just firm, insert pop sticks and freeze again until completely frozen. Once frozen, take it out of molds. Allow it to melt a little in refrigerator. Dust with pick sugar and Chia seeds, serve immediately or freeze again at this stage if you like sugar to adhere.
Savita's Notes:
Pre-whipped cream works perfect for this mango coconut popsicles. I have used Ready Whipped to save time here, feel free to whip a fresh batch of cream. Use 1/4 cup heavy cream and whip it using stand mixer until soft peaks form.

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  1. yummm... look so delicious, popsicle are my favorite always, i specially love Mini Ice Pop versions, less quantity and lots of fun :)