Strawberry Mango Creamsicle is the perfect Summertime treat. And with no added sugar you can feel great about indulging in one.
Some of my favorite childhood memories included Orange Creamsicles. They were always one of my favorites. So I wanted to come up with a healthier version of the Creamsicles that I loved as a kid.
I mean anything that can take you back to days of playing in the yard till dusk, catching fireflies in jars, and running under the sprinkler has to be good. Right?
These Strawberry Mango Creamsicles can kind of take you back there with that same comfy feeling.
There is something about Popsicles of any kind that bring out the kid in just about everyone.
A child always seems to have that favorite treat or even favorite cup that they must drink out of every time. There was always an array of different cups in my house that I just couldn’t part with mainly because of the memories they brought with them.
What little girl didn’t have a Barbie cup or even a bright purple stainless steel cup? And somehow just having Barbie on the cup made whatever you were drinking just a little bit better 🙂
My granddaughter Makaela always insisted on drinking out of that Barbie cup when ever she was here(it was her cup by the way and still is). It really didn’t even matter what she was drinking. She was okay with water, milk , whatever as long as Barbie’s face was on there.
So I was Happy to oblige with that and anything else like some of her favorite ice cream treats 🙂
And needless to say the cup collection just kept on expanding, along with my desire of wanting to create tasty and healthier options I could offer the grandkids or kids of any age when visiting.
These Strawberry Mango Creamsicles were actually inspired by the Tropical Mango Coconut Smoothie I made. So if you like these you may want to try the smoothie as well.
- 1 10 ounce bag of frozen tropical fruit blend
- 1 cup toasted coconut almond milk
- ½ cup plain full fat greek yogurt
- 1 cup chopped fresh mango and strawberries
- Put frozen fruit blend, almond milk and greek yogurt in food processor.
- Blend until smooth consistency.
- Pour into popsicle molds alternating with chopped up fruit in each popsicle.
- Put in freezer for at least 4 hours.