I think it’s time for a refreshing summer recipe because this Australian heat is getting me all flustered!!
I’m super excited to share this popsicle recipe with you all today, yippee!! Pineapple, mango and coconut water popsicles, seriously refreshing, seriously delicious and seriously mellow, ohh yeahhh!
Can you believe how simple popsicles are? So easy to make but a pain in the you know what to photograph and style, especially on a hot day! It’s hard to choose a non-hot day recently and knowing me, I chose to make these on one of the hottest days of the week, winning!
These fresh, vegan and tasty pineapple and mango popsicles are perfect for those hot summer days spent out in the sun. Ever crave one of those lemonade icy poles after being out in the hot sunshine all day? That was me the other week. I took my Maxie boy for a walkies and when we got back, I would have done anything to get my hands on one of those icy lemonade icy poles, I had to have it!! Since I didn’t have any of these beauties on hand, sad face.
So that is what inspired me to make a batch of these magnificent, icy, cold, sweet and sour summer loving popsicles! Be sure to make them for yourself, your family and friends, they will love you forever!
Next time, I think I’ll make another flavour combination, you can really create any flavour you want! What will be my next popsicle recipe? You’ll have to stick around for a little longer to find out!
Looking for more refreshing popsicle recipes? Here are some favourites:
Australia Day Popsicles
Lemon, Mint & Cucumber Pops
If you make this recipe please be sure to let me know how you go in the comments below and tag me on Instagram with your delicious photos & video!Print
Pineapple Mango Popsicles
- Total Time: 10 mins
- Yield: 6 popsicles 1x
- 1 cup frozen or fresh pineapple pieces, thawed if frozen
- 1 cup frozen or fresh mango pieces, thawed if frozen
- 2 cups Cocobella Straight Up Coconut Water
- Place all ingredients into a high speed blender. Blend on high until smooth, adding more water if mixture is too thick.
- Divide mixture evenly into a 6-hole popsicle mould.
- If your popsicle mould comes with bases with sticks that sit in place on the mould, inserted them now.
- If using wooden popsicle sticks like I did, place the popsicle moulds into your freezer and freeze for 1 hour and 30 minutes, then insert your wooden popsicle sticks.
- Continue to freeze popsicles for a further 4-6 hours or ideally, overnight.
- To remove, sit each mould in a jug of warm water until the popsicles slowly release from the moulds, alternatively, place each one under running warm water until they release.
Store popsicles in the freezer until all eaten up!
- Prep Time: 10 mins
- Category: Vegan, Gluten Free
These look so refreshing! Could you please tell me the brand of your popsicle moulds
Hi Hellen! Thanks so much! Where are you from? Here in Australia I got my popsicle mold from a store called General Trader (they don't have an online store though). Unfortunately I lost the packaging for the molds but if you click this link here, that popsicle mold is the exact same one I use. I choose not to use the sticks it comes with. Instead I use regular wooden popsicle sticks that I picked up from a $2 shop! Hope this helps Hellen! x
Yes, I live in the Great Southland Downunder - about 3 1/2 hours from where you are in Melbourne. I'm so thrilled and thankful for your sharing of your gluten-free recipes and the passion that you have for food. I shall follow up on your site suggestions for the popsicle molds. Congratulations in all that you are doing Sam!
Hi Hellen, thats wonderful! I hope you can hunt down your own set of popsicle moulds, especially in the hot summer we have coming! Thank you so much for your kind words, I hope to continue to inspire you with my recipes! Have you're having a wonderful weekend! Sam x