Mango Coconut Icy Pole recipe

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Icy Poles do not need any sugar to taste delicious, summer fruits are sweet enough and the novelty of having something cold is very fun for the little ones. There are many variations you can make to this recipe, we also love replacing the coconut cream with natural yogurt or coconut water.

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Mango Coconut Icy poles

Perfect Sugar Free Summer treat

By February 10, 2013

Icy Poles do not need any sugar to taste delicious, summer fruits are sweet enough and the novelty of having something cold is very fun for the little ones

Prep Time : 5 minutes. Yield : 6 Allergens : , , , , ,

Rating 5 stars - based on 2 review(s)

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Dissolve the gelatine in 100ml warm water
  • Place the mango flesh, gelatine water and coconut cream into a blender / food processor / thermomix / thermochef / bellini or use a stick blender to combine
  • Pour the mixture into Icy Pole moulds, insert stick and freeze for about 6 hours
  • The gelatine prevents some dripping, helps keep the shape for those little ones who eat their Icy pole slowly
  • Any additional mixture can be refrigerated for a few days until an icy pole or 2 is eaten, then refill and freeze as before
  • Enjoy xoxSha
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4 Responses to Mango Coconut Icy Pole recipe

  1. Liz

    These look delicious! Can’t wait to make them for my sons :)

  2. Sha
    Sha

    Thanks Liz, let me know how they go, I hope your son loves them but saves one for you too!

  3. Katharina

    Will try this recipe soon! Where did you get your ice lolly moulds from? Many best wishes :-)

    • Sha
      Sha

      Hello Katharina. I hope you enjoy. I actually got these from Tupparware, they are great as they catch the drips. Many others on the market, ikea do a simple set too.

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