I’m so in love with popsicles, I eat one every night for dessert. Fruit pops are a great low cal dessert and will satisfy your craving for something sweet without the guilt! So… mango season comes upon South Florida early summer and there are a plethora of mangos EVERYWHERE. I love mangos and I love that everyone is stopping by my house to give me mangos from their trees! So what to do with all this mango? Make these amazing mango popsicles of course!

This recipe only has 3 ingredients- they are so easy and a supremely satisfying way to enjoy mango. Even if you don’t have mangos in abundance, (defrosted) frozen mango chunks will do just fine and they are relatively inexpensive at the grocery store.

I used the ginger that comes pre-grated in the produce section, if you grate your own you may want to use a little less.

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Mango Ginger Popsicles

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  • Author: Robyn


  • 4 ripe mangos, fruit removed from the core
  • 1/4 cup water
  • 1 (heaping) tbsp grated ginger root


Peel the mango and remove the fruit from the core. Put into a food processor and then add the ginger and the water. Pulse in the food processor until a uniform consistency (about a minute). Pour into Popsicle molds (I bought mine for less than $20) and put into the freezer until frozen solid. These are great when they've thawed a minute or two before eating to let the fruit get a little soft. 🙂

mango ginger popsicles



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