Creamy Mango Popsicles

It is HOT here in west Texas! There is no better way to cool off than with a delicious, creamy popsicle. I make these at home because it is too easy. Seriously, throw a few ingredients in the blender, pour into molds, freeze for a few hours (that’s the hardest part), and enjoy. Also, have you ever read the ingredients on store bought popsicles… high fructose corn syrup, artificial colorings… no thanks!

The best part…the added collagen. Benefits of collagen deserves a post on its own. I use Wild Foods Co for many of my supplements, and I definitely add collagen to many things, and since it is flavorless, it doesn’t change the amazing creamy mango taste.

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So enough talk, lets get to it!

  • 3 cups mango chunks
  • 1 cup yogurt (read notes for subs)
  • 2 TBSP maple syrup
  • 1 TSP vanilla extract
  • 2 scoops collagen peptides
Ingredients I used (this time)

** NOTES: I buy frozen mango chunks in a 5 pound bag at costco. For the yogurt, you can make it dairy free by substituting with a coconut or nut based yogurt, or even coconut cream or full fat coconut milk. This batch was very thick and creamy, so adding liquid such as nut milk can help thin it out a bit, but we love ours super creamy.

  • Blend all ingredients in a high speed blender or food processor (You may have to pause to scrape down the sides to incorporate everything)
  • Pour mixture into molds, careful not to overfill them
  • Insert popsicle sticks or follow directions for your molds
  • Freeze about 6 hours, or overnight
  • Remove from freezer, and let sit for a minute to thaw out or run under warm water for about 30 seconds, so popsicles come loose from mold.
Everything blended up into a delicious, creamy mixture. You could store this in a container in the freezer, and use an ice cream scooper to scoop into a bowl

** You can store the popsicles by removing them from the molds, and putting them in an airtight container. They will store in the freezer for about a week. But really… a week… ours never make it past a day!

Molds are filled and ready for the freezer

I have these two molds (HERE and HERE), and purchasing THIS ONE soon because around here, we can never make too many popsicles.

Let me know in the comment section if you try these and if you love them!

Disclaimer: Just as with anything on my blog or social media accounts, what I share is something that has worked for me and something I love. I encourage you to speak to your health care providers with any questions you may have about your ideal diet, use of any supplements, or what may be best for your overall health. Full disclosure HERE


  1. Rocio Loya
    July 3, 2020 / 2:50 am

    Amazing!! Gunna try these this weekend. I love creamy pops! And mango happens to be my favorite fruit.. perfect for 4th of July!

    • sweetfarmlife
      July 3, 2020 / 2:38 pm

      Frozen creamy mango is seriously the best! Happy 4th!!!

  2. Coffeemama
    July 3, 2020 / 2:58 am

    These sound delicious and easy enough to make with my little ones. They would love to cool off this summer with a delicious treat like this. Those molds look nice too. I’ll be ordering some! Thanks for the recipe!

    • sweetfarmlife
      July 3, 2020 / 2:38 pm

      Yes! It’s such a fun way to get them helping in the kitchen! Layton did a great job helping me pour in ingredients into blender. The waiting part was a little rough. Let me know when you try them if y’all love them!

  3. Ely
    July 3, 2020 / 3:14 am

    So good to eat “ICECREAM” and feel no guilt😅, So good ingredients!! I will do for this long 4th of July weekend. 😘

    • sweetfarmlife
      July 3, 2020 / 2:35 pm

      Yes ! I call it… “nice cream”. Delicious can also be nutritious! Happy 4th of July!

  4. Ramiro
    July 3, 2020 / 4:25 am

    Honestly looks very refreshing. Will have to try. How do we tag someone if we want to share this with them. The Mango Looks awesome. have you tried any other fruit ?

    • sweetfarmlife
      July 3, 2020 / 2:36 pm

      They sure are! To share you can share the webpage. Thanks 🙂 I will have to make some and take them to Shannan!

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