Mango Peach Popsicles are ultra healthy and ultra delicious! This frozen treat is made with just fresh or frozen mangos and peaches!
It's popsicle season! That means the weather is warming up and we are ready for some cool treats!
I made these popsicles with frozen mangoes and frozen peaches! It may be summer, but it will be awhile before peaches are ripe here.
There's nothing wrong with using frozen fruit. Just make certain the fruit is pure fruit! You don't want any added sugars or other ingredients. If you have fresh fruit, don't hesitate to use it!
These popsicles are from my boys' inspiration! They love to eat frozen fruit by the bowlful. I told them I needed a new popsicle recipe and they quickly said - Mango Peach Popsicles! I thought it sounded great, so I quickly threw these together - and guess what? They are amazing! The boys have also help me create Strawberry Kiwi Popsicles and Blueberry Lemon Popsicles!
I always figure if they love them, then they are a winner! But double bonus...they aren't the only ones loving these popsicles! They are favorites with both the kids and adults.
How do you make this frozen treat?
To make these popsicles, I took equal parts of mangoes and peaches and pureed them in a food processor. I let the fruit thaw slightly so it was easier to puree. Once smooth, I placed in molds and froze. That's it! Easy Peasy!
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Mango Peach Popsicles
- 2 cups mangoes (diced)
- 2 cups peaches (sliced and pealed)
- Puree fruit together until smooth
- Put puree into popsicle molds. Freeze until frozen solid.
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