Coconut Mango Banana Ice Pops

UPDATE: This post originally ran on June 13th but we can’t get enough of this amazing summer recipe!

A summer day is not a summer day without a delicious ice pop to accompany you under those gorgeous sunrays.

There is absolutely no need to go out and buy store-bought ice pops when you can make even more delicious – and surprisingly healthy – ones in your very own kitchen. I whipped up a batch of these using some ingredients that I thought would go delightfully together. And guess what? They do. They taste just like a summer day. Here’s how to make them!


1 medium mango, chopped

3 medium bananas

1 cup coconut milk

½ cup shredded coconut

1 teaspoon vanilla extract

homemade ice pops

Place all ingredients – except the shredded coconut – in a blender and mix until you have a smooth consistency. Then add the shredded coconut and mix with a spoon. Pour into your ice pop molds – if you’d like, sprinkle a little extra coconut right before inserting your ice pop stick. Then freeze for at least 4 hours, or overnight.

Coconut mango banana ice pop sm

I decorated my popsicle sticks with a little bit of acrylic paint before making these, just to give them something extra. These are so, so delicious.

homemade ice pops

Do you have your own homemade ice pop recipe? Do tell!

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9 years ago

I love this idea…those would be great for a backyard get together, no? :)

9 years ago

Oh sounds like such an interesting flavor!

9 years ago

I love simple and easy recipes! I’ll definitely have to give this a try!

9 years ago

Banana ice cream is to die for so I’m so excited to try this!

9 years ago

Yes yes! And add some cinnamon in there :)

9 years ago

I love using bananas as a base for non-dairy ice cream :) also if you blend up already frozen bananas with whatever flavour you want then you get instant soft serve ice cream!

9 years ago

Love this – and it’s so cute that the popsicle sticks were painted! Great idea for an outdoor summer kickback!

xoxo Sara

9 years ago

This looks so delicious, I’ll have to try this out some time soon. The photographs you take are just amazing! x

9 years ago

This looks awesome. Gonna try it asap!!! Thanks for sharing. Have a lovely day everyone <3

9 years ago

OH! I definitely want to make this!

– Christina