Mango Lassisicles

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Author Notes: Mango lassi goodness, in frozen stick form. Feel free to embellish, or to use non-Greek yogurt (which will make it slightly more icy). Nicholas Day

Makes 8 popsicles

  • 1 1/2 cups fresh mango pulp
  • 1 cup Greek yogurt
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • pinches salt
  • pinches ground cardamon
  1. Combine all ingredients in a blender. Blend very well. Freeze in the ice pop containers of your choice. (Allow four hours or so for freezing.) Then lick.
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11 months ago Amber W Wendy

I am making kefir popsicles... This recipe just made me VERY happy-with a small alteration for strained kefir-and I have mangoes to hand. :) Thanks.

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almost 2 years ago angie

where can we find this fantastic popsicle mold? i've never seen it before!

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almost 2 years ago vaishali

I love your Popsicle mould. Can you let me know which one you use?

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almost 2 years ago Kathleen Foley

These are a very yummy and healthy treat. My mangoes were very sweet, probably didn't need the honey.

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almost 2 years ago JazzDragon

I love mango lassi, but I never thought of freezing it before. How could I NOT have!?! Thanks for this great idea (and awesome story to go with it)