Mango Banana Popsicles

Like we always do this time of year, when the mangos go on sale, we buy as many as we think we can eat before they go bad. This year, our eyes were bigger than our mango cravings and we ended up having some mangos getting close to being too ripe and no desire to eat them before they got that way. So, I had to be inventive on how to use them in a delicious way and came up with this recipe on a whim and it turned out to be delicious! I usually couldn’t finish one and be satisfied… maybe after the 2nd or 3rd one would my taste buds be satisfied with enough of the deliciousness I call these popsicles. They were perfectly sweet and magnificently creamy. Mmmmm,mmmmm, MMMM! My mouth is watering just thinking about how yummy they were. I wish I had the ingredients to make them right now. BUT, sadly, I do not. You’ll feel sorry for me when you make them and try them for yourself.

Who could be denied this amazing mango banana treat from heaven?? I love them, my 3 year old loves them, my sister loves them (admit it, you do! 😛 ) and my husband would probably also love them if they had ever lasted long enough for him to try 🙂 hehehe…. what can I say? I can’t let anything go to waste! That would just be shameful! Soooo, when my honey lets something sit in the freezer for a week (or month), I HAVE to eat it…so it won’t go to waste… you understand, right????? Right??? Anyway, I can’t keep this awesome recipe from you any longer! Read it, go to the store and pick up a mango or two for a killer price and go make this *ummmm, what adjective have I not yet used to describe these decadent..ha! There it is…* decadent popsicles!

I will start off by saying that all of these amounts are approximate since I didn’t actually measure. (oops….) But, I will also tell you that I have made them multiple times and they have turned out AMAZING each time. The trick is to taste them after you get finished blending the ingredients together to see if you would like more of one ingredient than the other. I would recommend you go by the recipe before making any alterations though.

Mango Banana Popsicles
“A treat from heaven” quote by me

1 ripe mango, peeled with flesh removed from pit
1 banana
Juice from half a lime
3/4-1 C. coconut milk, FULL FAT
1 T. Coconut Oil

Place all ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth. Taste, add more coconut milk or lime juice to your liking, blend again, and place in popsicle molds. Let freeze and enjoy!

These popsicles are not only delicious, they are also good for you. Just go look up some of the benefits of each ingredient and see for yourself. Oh? You want me to do that for you? Alright…fine.. OK, here goes…



Mango is high in iron and calcium which makes it a great fruit for women or those who suffer from anemia.

It is also high in antioxidants like quertin, isoquercitrin, astragalin, fisetin, gallic acid, and methylgallat that protect the body against colon, breast, leukemia, and prostate cancers.

The deadly combination of vitamin C, vitamin A and 25 different carotenoids keep your immune system healthy.

The fibrous nature of mango aids in digestion and the enzymes it contains help break down protein.

Mango is rich in tartaric acid, malic acid, and traces of citric acid that help in maintaining the alkali reserve of the body.

Mango’s high level of vitamin C, pectin and fibres help to lower serum cholesterol levels. It also helps aid in weight loss and can also help balance insulin. Who knew that mango was so amazing for you?

According to, one cup (225 gms contain) contains the following percentages that apply to daily value.
• 105 calories
• 76 percent vitamin C
• 25 percent vitamin A
• 11 percent vitamin B6 plus other B vitamins
• 9 percent healthy probiotic fibre
• 9 percent copper
• 7 percent potassium
• 4 percent magnesium



1.Bananas help overcome depression due to high levels of tryptophan, which is converted into serotonin — the happy-mood brain neurotransmitter.
2.Helps balance blood sugar which aids in weight loss and helps improve your mood.
3.High in potassium and calcium and low in salt, bananas help to protect against muscle cramps and help to lower blood pressure and protect against heart attack and stroke.
4.Bananas reduce swelling, protect against type II diabetes, aid weight loss, strengthen the nervous system, and help with the production of white blood cells, all due to high levels of vitamin B-6.
5.Strengthen your blood and relieve anemia with the added iron from bananas.
6.Rich in pectin, bananas aid digestion and gently chelate toxins and heavy metals from the body.
7.Bananas act as a prebiotic, stimulating the growth of friendly bacteria in the bowel. They also produce digestive enzymes to assist in absorbing nutrients.
8.High fiber in bananas can help normalize bowel motility.
9.Bananas are soothing to the digestive tract and help restore lost electrolytes after diarrhoea.
10.Bananas are a natural antacid, providing relief from acid reflux, heartburn and GERD.
11.Bananas are the only raw fruit that can be consumed without distress to relieve stomach ulcers by coating the lining of the stomach against corrosive acids.

Coconut Milk and Coconut Oil


Coconut is one of the most amazing super foods out there. If you don’t believe me, go read these articles-

The Top 5 Benefits of Coconut Oil

I’ve Got a Lovely Bunch of Coconuts

Top 10 Evidence-Based Health Benefits of Coconut Oil

Here are eight reasons you should eat more coconut:

1. It increases fat loss within 1-3 months

2. It reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s and can boost brain health.

3. Helps wounds heal faster and is also effective at removing cellulite.

4. Coconut can help reduce yeast and candida.

5. It can naturally boost testosterone levels in men and helps balance hormones in both men and women.

6. Coconut helps balance both HDL and LDL cholesterol, which improves heart health.

7. It increases nutrient absorption from fat soluble vitamins such as Vitamin A, D, and E.

8. Coconut improves bone health.



The health benefits of lime include weight loss, skin care, improved digestion, relief from constipation, eye care, and treatment of scurvy, piles, peptic ulcer, respiratory disorders, gout, gums, urinary disorders, etc.

Go read this article to learn more about the health benefits of lime.

While you’re enjoying these after a swim on a hot summers afternoon, please be reminded that these are so good and so good for you! I created these for the betterment of your health! Actually, I created them for my tastebuds but, who’s judging here? Now go… go make these things!!! You can thank me later 🙂


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