Mango Fruity Crush Pops

Mango Fruity Crush Pops

Summer is almost over, nights are getting chilly but it's still warm during the day. One treat that I have enjoyed this summer is this Mango Fruity Crush Pops. Fresh mangoes, strawberries and greek yogurt makes a delicious treats. 

It's the long week-end in Canada. My son leaves Sunday for Hong Kong to study. We will miss him a lot. On Saturday we will spend the day together with my daughter and other son. I am sad to see him leaving but what a great experience.

Wish you all a great long week-end!

Mango Fruity Crush Pops

1 1/4 cups mango puree
1/2 cup honey
1 1/4 cups vanilla yogurt
2 tsps vanilla extract
10 ounces strawberries, hulled

In a blender, puree the mango. Add 3 Tbsps honey and still well.

Pour the mango puree into eight ice pop molds. Freeze until firm.

Mix the yogurt (I used Greek yogurt), vanilla extract and 3 Tbsps honey in a bowl. Spoon the mixture over the frozen mango. Insert the ice pop sticks and freeze until firm.

In a blender, puree the strawberries with the remaining honey. Spoon the mixture over the frozen yogurt and freeze well.

Adapted from Irresistible Ice Pops



  1. A great combination! Those pops must taste divine.



  2. What an amazing and refreshing combination Helene, pretty too! Good luck to your baby... so far away to HKG? Maybe you'll come this side en route when you go to see him,maybe????
    xo d

  3. Deeba will be visiting him in November. Can't wait.

  4. My these look delicious and very very pretty! Let's hold onto summer as long as we takes forever for it to show up again! Speedy and safe wishes for your son's travel...what an opportunity!

  5. It was a beautiful hot summer and I'm really going to miss it. It is going to be hot this weekend and these pops certainly would be a very refreshing treat!

  6. C'est donc bien hot ces pops!!!

    Bon jeudi:)

  7. The fruit pops look refreshing and delicious! Your son leaving is bittersweet - sounds like a great opportunity for him!

  8. Oh my Helene, as hot as it was today and will be the rest of the week, these would be the refreshing and cold treat that would help us beat the heat! gorgeous photos!

    Be well,

  9. It must be a great experience for him.And you will miss him , for sure...;( C'est la vie...Your pops looks delicious I made some last week end.

  10. Wonderful flavors, I loooove mango, this recipe must be divine! Good luck to your Son!

  11. they look amazing! So pretty and so dreamy and sweet! I love the colors

  12. Beautiful combination of colors and flavors...I sure would love to have one of this pops now Helene.
    Hope you are having a great week :)

  13. These look so good and the ingredients I'm very interested in making these. I can I haven't used enough honey when I've tried making my own fruit pops.


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