Coconut Mango Ice Pops

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These simple and super easy frozen ice pops are made with coconut milk and pureed mango, and I am OBSESSED. My new snack all summer long!

These simple and super easy frozen ice pops are made with coconut milk and pureed mango, and I am OBSESSED. My new snack all summer long!Coconut Mango Ice Pops

We’re having a heat wave here in New York. The kind of heat that you don’t want to be outside, unless you’re in a pool or sprinkler keeping you cool. I won’t dare turn my oven on this week, even grilling is out of the question until things cool down.

But these ice pops… I’m obsessed!! I’m making these all summer long, I can’t even begin to tell you how delicious they are. I don’t think any of my other ice pops come close. And since so many of you asked about what popsicle mold I use, I linked the popsicle maker from Progressive available on Amazon here.

You might also like to try Avocado Coconut Popsicles, Peaches and Cream Ice Pops and even Raspberry Coconut Chia Pudding Pops.

These simple and super easy frozen ice pops are made with coconut milk and pureed mango, and I am OBSESSED. My new snack all summer long!
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Coconut Mango Ice Pops

68 Cals Protein 14 Carbs 2 Fats
Prep Time: 15 mins
Cook Time: 0 mins
Total Time: 10 mins
Yield: 10 servings
COURSE: Dessert, Snack
CUISINE: American
These simple and super easy frozen ice pops are made with coconut milk and pureed mango, and I am OBSESSED. My new snack all summer long!


  • 3/4 cup unsweetened coconut milk beverage
  • 1 3/4 cups diced ripe mango
  • 1 cup canned light coconut milk
  • 1/4 cup sugar, I used raw
  • 2 tablespoons honey, I like raw, stevia would work too


  • Puree mango in the blender with 1/4 cup of the coconut milk beverage and sugar and blend until smooth.
  • Set aside.
  • In a medium bowl combine the remaining coconut milk beverage, canned coconut milk and the honey; mix well until combined thoroughly.
  • Pour about 2 tablespoons of mango puree into each popsicle mold then pour coconut milk mix, until all the molds are filled.
  • Place the molds in the freezer and freeze until solid, about 5 to 6 hours.


Serving: 1popsicle, Calories: 68kcal, Carbohydrates: 14g, Fat: 2g, Sodium: 2mg, Fiber: 1g, Sugar: 13g
WW Points Plus: 2
Keywords: coconut ice pops, Coconut Mango Ice Pops, creamy mango popsicle recipe, ice cream popsicles, mango popsicle recipe

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  1. Where do you get the unsweetened coconut milk beverage? I’m on Long Island (Suffolk County)

  2. Can you use ff yogurt

  3. Gina,
    Would almond milk with here instead of coconut milk? 

    Thank you 

  4. Mangoes have been my all time favorite fruit growing up. Very few have the passion and the story behind mangoes that I have.  Mango trees (3 best varieties) in grandpas garden, free for the picking, some so ripe we’d scoop them off the lawn unbruised/fresh. Eat them whole, juice them and blend them with coconut etc. Long story short we literally could harvest them. Anyway even our friends used to take a bunch home and always raved about how large and decadently delicious these ‘king of fruit’ were.
    The largest mango producing country by far is India and many strains of mango originated from the seeds of these fruit, now widely popular and available worldwide.
    Skinny taste has taken my all time favorite combo and produced these wickedly ‘gobsmacking’ Coconut Mango Ice pops. All  summer long these have been accounting for a lot of space in the freezer at home.
    All I can say is, I hope they never stop producing what’s in my opinion a true classic treat.
    Thanks and keep em coming.     Cheers! 😉👍 5 stars & the Sun ☀️ and the Moon 🌝 !

  5. I made these last week, LOVED them and will be making them again soon. I prefer my frozen fruit bars to be a bit more on the tart side, so I may add less sugar to the mango part, depending in the ripeness of the mango, but that’s just my personal preference. These ice pops have been a great low cal substitute for an after dinner sweet treat for me. Thanks for another amazing recipe!

  6. Where did you get your molds? Have specific ones you like to use? 


  7. What is a coconut beverage? 

  8. Sorry, I can't find coconut beverage in my store. However, I do have a coconut tree outside my door (next to the mango tree). Can I use fresh coconut milk? Kimo in Haiku.

  9. I spent some time in Panama and learned to LOVE mango! I am certainly going to try this out this summer! Thanks for the idea!

  10. I live in Australia but don't know what coconut beverage is, Is it coconut water
    We have coconut milk and cream etc and mango's are fairly plentiful in the summer here in Qld but coconut beverage? no idea

  11. Can we use frozen mango?

  12. Im not a mango fan but a big fan of coconut. Can I skip the mango ingredient so they are just coconut pops? these looks so good :)!

  13. How would the points change on this if I used regular canned coconut vs the light?

  14. Just finished eating one right now… yum-o!!!!

  15. These look so great! I didn't have a popsicle mold so I made them in cupcake form with some tweaks. Check them out on my blog here:

  16. Adding in chia seeds!

  17. These are soooooooo good. So, so good. My kids will be eating these for weeks to come!

  18. OMG!! Looks stunning….. This will definitely be there with my raw snack week-end plan. Can't wait till Saturday ;p