Creamy Mango Popsicles



A new post and again I am sharing another summer special recipe...Mango Cream Popsicle! 

Mango season is here and we all love mangoes. I make a variety of my favorite recipes in this season. My whole family is fond of Mangoes. In Goa we get a variety of Mangoes and they last till August or September.
We used to buy them and have them till all Mangoes have vanished from Markets. My mom is specially crazy for Mangoes. She can have any kind of Mangoes, whereas Me and my husband are a bit choosy that way. We prefer only a certain variety of Mangoes and we can eat for certain time.
When season starts in March till May we get Goa's famous "Mankurad" mango. After May it vanishes from Markets and we cannot find it till next year.
Another variety is Alphonso, which is again as good as Mankurad in taste and sweetness. Its mostly available in Maharashtra,Belgaum,Raigad areas. In Goa we get them but not in more quantities.

Another famous category of Goan Mango is Musraad Mango. Its very tasty variety and very famous to make Jam / Halwa and preserves. This variety is not available readily in markets to eat. I think very few local vendors will get them specially from their local grown Mango trees and a small quantity to sell. They are equally costly and tasty.


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My mom has this habit of making Mango Jam / preserve during Mango season. Recently I had share my recipe of Homemade Mango Jam / Halwa. Check that recipe of Mango Jam.
In Goa, Mango varieties are in abundance,even there is a yearly Mango festival which is held in Goa. Plus lot of Mango competitions are held. 

So I have this craze for Mango Icecream  or Mango Popsicle since childhood. I have shared earlier my Mango Icecream recipe. Check that too.
My dad used to bring a box full of these Mango Posicles for me.Local name was "Mango Dolly", I still love them. Its actually Mango with Vanilla Popsicle.
Every year I used to make plans that when Mango season will start I will make Mango popsicle but somehow I used to keep forgetting it. Finally,this year I had stuck a Post-it on my fridge front door in bold letter saying "Make Mango Popsicle".
I had to do this to remind myself not to forget it this year too.
Once or twice it fell off and I had to make them over and over to stick them back so that I  should not miss out on this again.

If you want to check out Popsicle Molds to buy in India to make them pretty like these one's.Best Popsicle Mold(Link to Amazon Product)

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Finally this year I made these and they brought back my childhood memories.
These popsicles are totally not like the ones we get in India,which are usually Mango covering the Vanilla ice-cream. I made them with Greek yogurt instead of all cream so there is a nice tangy taste to them instead of all sweet.







Creamy Mango Posicle

Prasanna Hede
Published 03/26/2017
Creamy Mango Posicle

Ingredients

  • 1 & 1/2 Cup, Mango Pulp
  • 1 Cup,Powdered White Sugar
  • 1/2 Cup,Greek Yogurt / Hung Curd
  • 1/2 Cup,Heavy Whipping Cream / Regular Milk Cream
  • 8 No,Popsicle Molds (Best Popsicle Mold)
  • 8 No,Popsicle Sticks


Instructions

  1. If you are extracting fresh pulp from Mangoes then do not add any water to grind the pulp to smooth.
  2. In a mixing bowl,add 1 Cup Mango Pulp and 1/2 Cup sugar.
  3. Mix well to form a smooth mixture. Keep this aside.
  4. In another mixing bowl,add remaining 1/2 Cup Mango Pulp,Greek yogurt,1/2 Cup sugar and cream.
    Mix really well .
  5. Take popsicle molds and pour the mango pulp mixture and yogurt cream mixture in alternate patterns or any pattern of your choice.
  6. Freeze the popsicles till they are firm for about 6 hours.
  7. Enjoy!
Yield: 8
Prep Time: 00:10:00 mins.
Cook time: 00:00:00 mins.
Total time: 0 mins.



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Tips:
  • You can make any pattern of your choice to make this popsicle.
  • If you do not have cream then replace cream with mango pulp.
  • Freeze the popsicles for at least 6 hours to get firm or else they will break when removing from molds.
  • Hold the popsicle mold under running tap water or dip then in a bowl of water till they loosen.


20 comments

  1. These look so refreshing! Perfect for spring and summer!

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  2. I love mango! Just in time for summer.

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  3. These seriously look so good!! I'm craving the flavors of summer already! YUM!

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  4. Just another two months and the mangoes will be here in force! I'm definitely saving this recipe for when they do! Lovely!

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  5. I love mangoes. This is such a great way to eat them. The color is great too.

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  6. Wow, these mango popsicles look amazing! I grew up in Australia where they have the most beautiful mangoes - I miss them like crazy. Now you have me craving all things mango!

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    1. Thank you! I have eat them till they vanish from markets! love Mangoes :)

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  7. I always gravitate towards the chocolate desserts but these look so refreshing and delicious! I love the creamy part of it all too :) yum sign me up!

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  8. These are beautiful-- but mango is so sweet, I can't imagine adding a whole cup of sugar! Your photos really capture the vibrance of these!

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    1. Yes! The pulp was on a sour side than sweet and kids wont even care if the popsicles dint turn sweet :)

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  9. Mango is one of my favorite fruits and I have been enjoying popsicles since I was in 4th or 5th grade. These are a will do.

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  10. I'm definitely going to give these a try. They look so yum.

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