Mango And Coconut Cream Pops

by | Dec 3, 2015 | 6 comments

Who doesn’t love the iconic Weiss Mango And Cream bar? What if I told you that this vegan, super low sugar version tastes even better and literally takes minutes to make? Feast your eyes on the delicious Mango And Coconut Cream Pops made with lime spiked fresh mango and maple swirled coconut cream. Yum!

Mango And Coconut Cream Pops - Cook Republic / #vegan #glutenfree

This popsicle is kind of like two smoothies frozen in one pop mould. I usually prep a new smoothie every morning following this tried and tested science of smoothie making. It always takes me 2-3 minutes. I often make this mango and coconut cream smoothie but decided to get cheeky and freeze it in two separate layers for my Summer workshop. It worked like a charm.

Not only does the vibrant yellow mango layer look stunning but the dusky maple tinged white layer compliments it perfectly. These are light and very refreshing. Kids love them in both smoothie and pop formats. And I am adoring this set of Zoku Classic pop moulds because it is handy, the sticks are fitted with lids, doesn’t need to be pre-frozen, un moulds like a dream and is a breeze to clean.


Mango And Coconut Cream Pops - Cook Republic / #vegan #glutenfree

Mango And Coconut Cream Pops - Cook Republic / #vegan #glutenfree

Mango And Coconut Cream Pops - Cook Republic / #vegan #glutenfree

If you are after some more treats in the classic mango-coconut flavour combination, don’t forget to have a peek at my Mango Coconut Rice Pudding (yes, you lucky ducks in the Northern hemisphere. I envy your cool weather!) and a Mango Coconut Semifreddo which is quite frankly the bomb.

Hope you enjoy this really simple dessert idea. If you don’t have pop moulds, just layer it in wide mouth jars/glasses for an instant pudding fix. Don’t forget to rate the recipe below and share your creations with me on Instagram using #cookrepublic



5 from 1 vote
A healthy take on the popular Mango And Cream Weiss Ice Cream bars, these pops have a sweet and tangy combination of lime spiked mango and maple swirled coconut cream.
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Course // Dessert
Cuisine // Gluten Free, Vegan
Prep Time: 5 hours 15 minutes
Servings: 10


  • 2 cups frozen mango
  • 1 ripe fresh mango, cubed (I used Kensington Pride)
  • juice of 1 small lime
  • 1 400g can coconut cream
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla powder/extract
  • 4 tablespoons maple syrup


  • Place frozen and fresh mango in the jar of a high powered blender along with the lime juice. Process until smooth and thick.
  • Spoon the mango mixture into pop moulds until 2/3rds full.
  • Place coconut cream, vanilla powder and maple syrup in the unwashed jug and process briefly until just blended.
  • Pour this coconut mixture gently over the mango mixture in the moulds until the designated fill line.
  • Gently push paddle pop sticks down the middle of the moulds.
  • Cover with a lid if the moulds have one and freeze for at least 5 hours or overnight.
  • To serve pops, hold each mould until hot running water for a few seconds and dislodge the popsicle from the mould carefully while holding on to the paddle stick.
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  1. Rosa

    Heavenly! A delicious summer treat.



  2. Madeline

    These look so pretty and flavorful! I love homemade ice pops and mango is just the bestest.

  3. Maureen | Orgasmic Chef

    5 stars
    This is the perfect time for everything mango, isn’t it? Your popsicles are so pretty but on a hot day, pretty isn’t as important as cold and tasty. 🙂

  4. Sera @ Caramel Crew

    What a gorgeous flavor combo this is! Sounds and looks amazing, and yet so simple to make and healthy too. Just perfect! Thanks for sharing and have a lovely 2016!

  5. Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

    I feel as though you were reading my mind or at least my fruit bowl. We’ve been buying so many mangoes lately and coconut is the perfect pairing!


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