Coconut Mango Popsicles

Coconut Mango Popsicles

Whipping up a batch of Mango Coconut Lime Popsicles is like taking a mini tropical vacation right in your backyard! These popsicles are super simple to make, delightfully refreshing, and just scream summer fun. 

Mango Coconut Lime Popsicles Recipe

Here is the recipe and some tasty twists you can try.

mango lime popsicles


  • 3 cups frozen mango - The star of the show! Mango brings a sweet, tropical flavor that's hard to resist.
  • 1 cup sweetened coconut yogurt - For that creamy, dreamy texture and a touch of coconutty bliss.
  • 2 limes - Their zesty juice will give your popsicles that perfect tangy kick.
  • 2 tbsp agave syrup - Just the right touch of sweetness to balance the tang of the lime.


Blend the Base: Pop the mango, coconut yogurt, agave syrup, and the juice from both limes into a blender. Whizz it up until everything is smooth and perfectly combined. If your mix feels a bit thick, a splash of water will help it loosen up.

mango coconut popsicles

Pour and Freeze: Divide your tropical mixture into a popsicle mold. Slide those sticks in! Then, into the freezer they go. They’ll need about 4 hours to transform into frosty perfection, but the wait is so worth it!

Enjoy: Once they’re solid, pull them out, maybe run the mold under a little warm water to loosen them up, and voilà! Popsicles are ready to turn any regular day into something special.

Variations to Try

Who doesn’t love a twist? Here are a few fun ways to jazz up your popsicles:

  • Berry Mango Madness: Add a cup of your favorite berries to the blend for a fruity explosion. Strawberries or raspberries make a great combo with mango and lime.
  • Tropical Mix-Up: Throw in some pineapple chunks for an extra layer of tropical taste.
  • Adults-Only Version: Add a splash of rum to the mix before freezing. It’s 5 o'clock somewhere, right?
mango lime popsicles

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I use fresh mango instead of frozen? Absolutely! Fresh mango will work wonderfully. Just peel, chop, and measure out about 3 cups.

What can I use instead of agave syrup? Honey or maple syrup are great substitutes. Or, if you want to cut down on sugar, try a bit of stevia or your favorite sugar substitute.

Can I make these dairy-free? Sure thing! Use a dairy-free yogurt alternative. There are plenty of coconut, almond, or soy yogurts that would be perfect for this.

How long can I keep these popsicles in the freezer? They’re best enjoyed within a week or two, but they’ll keep for up to a month. Just wrap them up well to keep out frostbite!

There you have it! Your guide to making the yummiest Mango Coconut Lime Popsicles. Whether it’s a pool party or just a chill day at home, these pops are a surefire way to cool down and please the crowd. Enjoy!