These bright and refreshing Mango Kiwi Popsicles only require three healthy ingredients, so you don’t need to feel guilty if you eat them all to yourself. Just blend, freeze and enjoy!

kiwi mango popsicles |

Mangos aren’t a fruit we usually buy, however if they’re on sale it’s hard to resist them. And since it’s been so freakishly hot lately, it only made sense for us to make popsicles with them. And on that note, can we just say how much we want new popsicle molds? Been daydreaming over this Norpro beauty on Amazon, but will likely procrastinate until it goes on sale in December. Until then, we’re using these crappy molds from the dollar store. But it still does the job, so whatevs.

ONE Coconut Water sent us a sample of their products to try, so we thought this would be a cool way to use it (heh, see what we did there?). We’ll be completely honest with you, neither of us really like coconut water very much. Coconut milk however, is a whole different story entirely. But, we thought we’d have an open mind, and after trying it in a couple different uses we’ve come to the conclusion that coconut water is just perfect blended in smoothies, mixed in cocktails or in – you guessed it – popsicles!

kiwi mango popsicles |
Palm leaf wooden dinnerware courtesy of Greenmunch

These fruity popsicle recipe only require three ingredients – kiwi, mango, and coconut water. They’re super healthy, so you don’t need to feel guilty about eating all of them at once (we even gave half of one to our dog Milo, and he definitely gives the recipe his seal of approval). They’re the perfect treat to help you beat the summer heat!

Mango Kiwi Popsicles with ONE Coconut Water

Serving Size: 4 Popsicles

Mango Kiwi Popsicles with ONE Coconut Water


  • 1 Mango
  • 2 Kiwis
  • 2 cups ONE Coconut Water


  1. In a blender, combine the flesh of two kiwis with 1 cup of coconut water, and combine until smooth. Pour into popsicle mold until 3/4 full.
  2. Puree mango and 1 cup coconut water together until smooth, and top up popsicle mold until full. Place stick inside and freeze overnight.