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Strawberry Mango Popsicles

We were ALL ABOUT popsicles a few years ago, making every flavor combination we could think of (except strawberry mango). They were super easy to make, I could control what went in them, AND Anna loved having a sweet treat she could grab and devour.

When winter came, our insatiable appetite for popsicles disappeared and we put away the popsicle molds into some out of the way spot in our basement. Meaning, they got buried under a crap ton of other toddler stuff and we completely forgot about them untiiiil a few days ago when we were going through baby stuff and found our old molds.


As soon as Anna saw them, she ran upstairs and asked to make a million different popsicle flavors. We researched flavors, discussed what we had on hand, and talked about all of the different flavor combinations we wanted to try. I was solidly in the peanut butter chocolate camp and she was staunchly in the strawberry mango camp.

I’m sure you can guess who’s idea got made first.

It’s all good, though, because these strawberry mango popsicles are absolutely delicious. And I’m extra motivated to eat these because that means my idea gets made next.

(Or not and we’ll totally make another one of her genius concoctions.)

And if you don’t feel like making these into popsicles, they make for one deeeee-licious smoothie, too.

How To Make Strawberry Mango Popsicles


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Strawberry Mango Popsicles

An easy summer treat to make with and for your kids! (Or just you. Because, you know, popsicles aren’t just for kids.)
Prep Time 10 minutes
Cook Time 40 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Course Dessert
Servings 6 servings
Calories 37 kcal


  • 1 cup strawberries (fresh or frozen)
  • 1 cup mango chunks (fresh or frozen)
  • 1/4 cup pineapple chunks (fresh or frozen)
  • 1 cup pineapple juice or water


  • Prepare your popsicle molds to make sure they are clean and ready for use.
  • Place all ingredients into a blender and puree until smooth. Pour into popsicle molds and add tops. (I had enough to fill 6 molds and then extra for a delicious smoothie afterwards, so would assume it would be enough for at around 8 total popsicles.)
  • Freeze for at least 4 hours (or until frozen solid).
  • When ready to eat, run under warm water for about 30 seconds until popsicle releases from mold.
  • Enjoy a strawberry mango popsicle (or six)!

hi, i’m emily and i love making things with my hands. i always have a project (or ten) in the works and love to draw, paint, cook, sew, crochet, cross stitch, and make soap. this year, i’m focusing my creative efforts on trying new things and just plain having fun.

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