Easy homemade mango yogurt popsicles with fresh mangos and Greek yogurt are a great summertime treat! Naturally sweetened and just 5 healthy ingredients!
So it's mid-June and you're already ready to beat the heat? I’ve got your answer!
These 5-ingredient, 10-minutes to prep and naturally sweetened homemade mango yogurt popsicles with fresh mango and Greek yogurt are perfect for cooling down in the summer heat!
Our family is currently having beach week — the kiddos are just down with their year for preschool so the hubby and I both took a week off of work to go play and have some time together — and these popsicles are a favorite.
J gets super excited about them:
And I enjoy them too! These are a lovely healthy treat to refuel after my weekday workouts. (Confession: I’m a treadmill junkie. Can’t stop, won’t stop!)
I get some natural sweetness and some wholesome protein, all disguised in a popsicle 🙂
Or a smoothie. Because, to be honest, sometimes when I make these for the kids, I have my portion immediately. Pre-freezing. Straight from the blender.
It’s hard to resist!
But if you do have more will power than me, you will be rewarded with a delicious, wholesome, power-packed popsicle that will satisfy your sweet tooth and your energy needs. Total win!
Oh, and here's 20+ other healthy summer snacks if you need some more inspiration.
Also, in terms of the mango... The National Mango Board some info on how to correctly choose and store your mangos and how to properly cut a mango.
And did you know they only have 100 calories for a 1-cup serving, plus more than 20 vitamins and minerals? The nutrition editor in me highly approves. And I love that it’s just a simple, real food snack.
So whether you are gearing up for a workout, cooling down from one or just need a healthy, wholesome snack for summertime, these mango yogurt popsicles deliver.
Mango yogurt popsicles
Easy homemade mango yogurt popsicles make a great summertime treat!
- 2 large ripe mangoes (about 1 ½ cups diced)
- 1 cup plain Greek yogurt (I use non-fat)
- 1 ½-2 tablespoons honey (see notes)
- ½ teaspoon pure vanilla extract
- Juice of ½ lemon
- Peel and dice mangoes and add a few small pieces to the bottom of each popsicle mold. You can also add a few small blueberries if you have them on hand.
- Add remaining mango to a blender with remaining ingredients. Blend until smooth.
- Divide mango mixture between popsicle molds and place in freezer. After 45 minutes to an hour, place popsicle sticks in molds and continue to freeze.
- Mango popsicles will be ready after another 3-4 hours. Run under warm water to loosen the popsicles from your molds and remove and enjoy!
The amount of honey you need will depend on how sweet your mango is. Start with one tablespoon, then taste and add extra if desired.
This mixture is also delicious un-frozen, as a smoothie. In case you are inpatient like me!
I use these popsicle molds.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 162Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 47mgCarbohydrates: 36gFiber: 2gSugar: 33gProtein: 6g
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Dawn @ Girl Heart Food
I didn't realize how good for you mangos are! And I LOVE the treadmill too. I'm trying to mix it up with doing more squats with a dumbbell in my hand. That's really good too. Loving this pops, Kathryn! Perfect for Summer. Now that I have discovered homemade pops, I don't think I'll ever buy store bought again! So many good ingredients and I love knowing everything that goes in there. Enjoy your beach week 🙂 xo
Isn't it crazy? A perfect little fruit package of goodness! And I love the squats with dumbbell idea - totally doing that (post-vacation, of course!) Have a wonderful week Dawn!
Kate @ Framed Cooks
I love how you have made popsicles healthy - and clearly delicious, as we can tell from that handsome little guy holding one!
Thanks Kate 🙂 We are all big fans of these popsicles!
Rebecca @ Strength and Sunshine
I love the mango tips!! Haha! That's so fun!
Mangoes are a staple in my diet! I <3 them!
Me too! I've been eating ALL the mangos this summer!!
Cheyanne @ No Spoon Necessary
Yayyyyy for you, your family and a vacation!!! I hope you guys have such a great time... but you will be at the beach, and you have these awesome popsicles, so I'm pretty sure a great time is guaranteed. 😉 Love these, Kathryn! Mango is absolutely delicious, but paired with some yogurt and spun into an easy, fun popsicle?? YES! Love the little chunks of fresh mango at the tops too!! These are perfect for summer! Cheers, dear - to a wonderful vacation!! <3
Thanks Cheyanne! My kiddos thought the mango and blueberries at the tops of the popsicles were super fun, too!
Liz - Meal Makeover Mom
I adore this recipe. So cute, and a great way to get fruit into the family's diet. Your photos get prettier by the day!!
Aw, thanks Liz!! I have some serious fruit monsters on my hand and these are another way they get to enjoy it!
Wow these pictures are great! So summery! And he is a super cutie. Can't wait to try these. Visiting from FBC
Thanks so much Shelley!
EA-The Spicy RD
Pinning now! So simple & delicious. My kids are gonna love 'em 🙂
Thanks!! My kiddos love these (and so do I!) - hope yours do as well 🙂
Petra @ Crumbles and Kale
These looks amazing! Love the bright colors and your kid is just the cutest!
Aww, thanks Petra!
My kids looooove this kind of popsicle too. I make them quite the same with yogurt and honey. The last two sorts were with strawberries (Bruno's favorite) and lemons (Perla's favorite). 🙂 Mango is a great idea as well! Would probably be my favorite!
Gotta love having a clean version of popsicles on hand 🙂 Hope you (and your kids, if you want to share) try this mango version!
Michelle | The Secret Ingredient Is
Since I'm on a huge mango kick right now, so happy to hear how good they are for us to eat! Woohoo. Love these popsicles - a great guilt-free sweet treat in the afternoon, definitely need it with how hot its been here! Hope you have a great time at the beach!
Thanks Michelle! I've been eating ALL the mangos recently, too 🙂
Oh man, now I'm super jealous! I could really use a beach week... and some popsicles! They look like a great way to beat the heat!
Hope you get to have a get-away soon Carlee! And that you can cool off in the meantime with one of these 🙂
These looks super yummy. I will have to get me some things to make popsicles for the summer. Thanks for sharing with us all.
Thanks Charlene! I use my popsicle molds all the time - definitely worth getting a set!
These are really stunning and I love mango - I laughed when you said you ate them before freezing - I could see doing that!
Thanks for joining us again at Throwback Thursday!!
I have zero self control!! Thanks for hosting, Mollie!!
You know I love these! And Produce with Kids and the picture of J---so adorable!!
Thanks Kristen! 🙂
Nancy | Plus Ate Six
J's smile says it all 🙂 Too cute. It's 35C out there today i wish I had one or two of these in my freezer when I walk in the door just now!
I know, I need to be stocked up ALL summer long to beat this heat!
Frozen mango is my fav to eat right out of the freezer. Can't believe how easy these popsicles are to make and healthy to boot! Wooohooo! Bring on summer 🙂
Thanks Karrie! And yay to summer!
The treadmill was always my go-to until I got a FitBit! My FitBit doesn't work so well on the treadmill so I've gone to walking around the neighborhood instead - at least that's what I'll be doing until it gets to be 90 degrees outside! These look so delicious that I'll be featuring them at You Link It, We Make It tomorrow morning. Thank you for sharing and linking up with us! Happy Wednesday! - Kim @ knockitoffkim.com
Thanks so much Kim! I'll definitely come visit the party! (And I switched from FitBit to Nike Fuel for that very reason with the treadmill... I work from home and have to be near my computer so the treadmill is my only exercise option right now.)
These popsicles look absolutely divine!!
Just perfect for our hot and humid summer