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.
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.
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.
Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 162Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 2mgSodium: 47mgCarbohydrates: 36gFiber: 2gSugar: 33gProtein: 6g
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.
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