Mango Watermelon Popsicle

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Mango Watermelon Popsicle

Mango and watermelon are the two fruits that make our summers refreshing and amazing. These are the two fruits that make us wait for summer eagerly. So, for this summer, I have incorporated both fruits together to make a refreshing popsicle for your summer beach party. 

What are Mango-Watermelon Popsicles?

Depending on where you are in the world, you may recognize this frozen dessert as mango-watermelon popsicles or ice pops. Whatever you call them, this simple snack includes only two ingredients and no added sugar. Blending the entire watermelon and mango preserves the fiber, resulting in a low-calorie treat you can feel good about serving to your family.

These pops are also compatible with your weight loss journey for many of the same reasons that they are compatible with healthy eating in general. Aside from health benefits, there are several other reasons why you should add these mango-watermelon ice lollies to your culinary arsenal.

Most store-bought ice pops without added sugar are produced with juice. Whereas we’re only using whole fruits here to maintain the heart-healthy fiber that juice removes. Because of the fiber level, using whole fruits rather than juice may make this feel more like a fulfilling snack. Also, you can enjoy this guilt-free. 

Notable Ingredients At A Glance

Mango – Fresha and frozen mangoes work best in preparing these ice popsicles. But you can also use canned ones. 

Watermelon – Cut the watermelons into small cubes and allow them to freeze in the refrigerator before making the popsicles. 

Honey or maple syrup – You can use natural sweeteners like honey or maple syrup if required. If the fruits are sweet enough, just skip them. 

How To Prepare Mango Watermelon Popsicles?

To begin, combine 1 cup of frozen watermelon with 2 tablespoons of honey and mix. Pour it into popsicle molds, fill them halfway, and freeze for 5 hours. Refrigerate any remaining mixed watermelon.

Next, blend in the frozen mango. Pour the puréed frozen mango over the watermelon layer to fill one-third of the popsicle molds. Don’t give up just yet. You can add the leftover pureed watermelon from the fridge right away and freeze the popsicles overnight.

Tap or run hot water over the popsicle molds to release the pops, and ENJOY!

Some Expert Tips For Preparing Mango Watermelon Popsicles

  • There is no need to add sugar if the watermelon and mango are already delicious.
  • Before blending, remove the sugar from the Water Melon.
  • If you don’t have a popsicle mold, a disposable plastic cup or an ice tray in the fridge would suffice. Cover with silver foil and insert an ice cream stick or tooth pick if using the above.
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