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Three ingredient mango & coconut pops

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Seriously, can this get any easier? Sweet mango & coconut ice creams with just 3 ingredients! Make them today.

I’m buzzing with excitement. Late last year I asked my friend {fellow blogger and Clever Cookie graduate} Erin of Erin Made This if she would consider creating a special recipe just for you guys on my blog each month, and she said yes{!}. Erin takes the most beautiful food photos, and just makes recipes that are easy to recreate. Everyone say hello to Erin and welcome her here. I think you’re gonna love her.


I’m a sucker for a roadside stall. I’m lucky enough I live in a part of Sydney where I pass roadside stalls daily. I know, so lucky. Whether it’s flowers, fruit or honey, I love nothing more than pulling over, having a chat with the seller, and picking up some home-grown goodies. I get especially excited when I drive past signs for trays of mangoes. It means summer is finally here.

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Buying an entire tray seems like a good idea at the time, am I right? Until it’s day six of mangoes for breakfast, lunch and dinner and you’ve become some kind of weird fruit pusher. Well, lucky you. I have a super simple recipe for pretty healthy Mango and Coconut Pops. Mangoes, coconut cream and a little sugar are all you need. Nothing fancy, just some blending and pouring and you’ve got yourself an icy treat that tastes like summer.

Mango and Coconut Pops

Three ingredient mango and coconut pops
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  1. 3 mangoes {I used Kensington Pride and got 2 cups of puree}
  2. 400mL tin of coconut cream
  3. 1-2 tablespoons of caster sugar
  1. Shake the can of coconut cream really well then open, add 1 tablespoon of caster sugar and mix well. Allow to sit for sugar to dissolve while you continue.
  2. Place the flesh of the mangoes in a blender and blend into a puree.
  3. Taste the puree and add enough sugar to sweeten to your liking, you might not need any! Blend again and place into a small jug so it’s easy to pour.
  4. Pour the mango puree about a third of the way up the ice pop moulds then gently tap to even the mixture.
  5. Now pour the coconut cream in to come up another 1/3, tap to slightly swirl the mango and coconut cream.
  6. Finish with the remaining mango puree and tap again.
  7. Add the sticks to the pops and freeze for 12 hours.
  8. Run the pops under luke-warm water to remove from the mould then eat!
  1. This same method could be used for lots of other ingredients- stone fruit, berries, yoghurt or juice.
  2. I bought my ice pop moulds from here:
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  • Yay Erin!! These looks amazing and I’ll be whipping these up when on holidays over the next two weeks. The kids will love them and I know my Dad will flip for them too. Jx

    • Thanks Jess. Awesome, hope the fam like them! x

  • O lord these look good! I love Mango, it is my favourite fruit. Thanks for the recipe. x

    • I only started eating mangoes 2 years ago {maybe 3} and I am so sad for all those years I missed out!

  • These look great! We are mango farmers up here in Far North QLD so I’m always on the look out for mango recipes at this time of year!

  • Isabelle

    Welcome Erin! These look so yummy and simple, I really relate to over stocking the house with mangoes and then pushing them on to fellow colleagues in a panicked mango frenzied state. Thanks you for the wonderful idea? Can’t wait to see what you come up with next! Xx

  • Oh my gosh these look so yummy!! My 4 year old is quite picky so do you think all the ingredients could be mixed together??! πŸ˜€ Thank you for this awesome recipe. I will be buying the ingredients today!!

    • Absolutely. Just blitz them altogether and freeze. πŸ™‚

    • Absolutely agree with Chantelle! Just whizz it all up. YUM.

      • Oh my gosh I made these earlier today and just gave one to my 8 year old and he said I should put it in a tub (like ice-cream) and sell it at the shops!! Haha He is quite the little entrepreneur!! πŸ˜€ The 4 year old however didn’t like the taste so I will try him with the ones that are all mixed together. Thank you for such a yummy and healthy recipe xx Great job πŸ™‚

        • Yay Simone. We’ll have to get working on the 4 year old!

  • Jess

    Wow this is amazing ! I love a fresh easy receipe. We will be making these up tonight!

  • I juts got given a bag full of Cook Island Mangoes… and was thinking what am I going to do with these… so I will be giving this a try first thing in the morning… Thanks Erin and Chantelle… πŸ™‚

  • Kimberlee

    Hello Erin! What a delicious, easy recipe. Love new ideas for using fruit in the summer. Thanks! =)

  • Great recipe. I adore Erin’s blog.

    Do you think you will be running Clever Cookie again?

  • I made some strawberry ice creams last night using the same ingredients. I am currently eyeing off my tray of 20x mangoes and waiting for them to ripen. I think i too will then become a pushy ‘eat more fruit’ person πŸ˜› x

  • Shinesbrightlikeadiamond61

    That pop recipe sounds sooooo delish. I will be looking for the moulds & whipping them up. Thanks to Erin… very simple & quick!!

  • Giulia Porro

    Oh delicious! Perfect to use up all those mangoes in my fridge!