Sugar free Mango, Basil and Cashew Yogurt Popsicle

These refined Sugar-free Mango, Basil and Cashew Yogurt Popsicles are a great summertime treat, naturally sweetened with Medjool dates, which are homemade and so easy to prepare. 

It is a light and delightful treat for anyone. You'll only need 5 ingredients and 5 minutes of your time. The basil brings out the freshness of the mangoes, and cashew yogurt provides creaminess. Prepare these and impress your friends and family even if you're not an expert in the kitchen. Great for a kids party or BBQ party.




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Sugar Free Mango, Basil and Cashew Yogurt Popsicle

Sugar Free Mango, Basil and Cashew Yogurt Popsicle

These naturally sweetened sugar-free Mango Basil & Cashew Yogurt Popsicle are refreshingly delicious, these are quick and easy to prepare. Can you believe that you only need 5 ingredients!
prep time: 5 Mcook time: 4 Mtotal time: 9 M

ingredients:

  • 2 cup ripe sweet Mango cubes
  • 1/2 cup Plain Full-fat Greek Yogurt
  • 1/4 cup Fresh Basil Leaves
  • 3-4 Medjool Dates Pitted
  • 2 tsp. soaked cashew nuts

instructions:

How to cook Sugar Free Mango, Basil and Cashew Yogurt Popsicle

  1. Combine mango cubes and basil leaves in a blender and mix until you have a smoothie-like a mix.
  2. Pour the mango and basil mix in popsicle moulds (I used kulfi moulds) filling it 2/3 of the way, then leave in the freezer for 10-15 minutes. ( Leave few spoons of this mix to top it up later)
  3. Meanwhile, add yogurt, cashews and dates in a blender and blend till you have a smoothie-like a mix.
  4. Spoon the yogurt mixture and once again leave it in the freezer for 10 minutes. Now finish it off with the second layer of fruit.
  5. Pop in the wooden stick and freeze for at least four hours, or overnight.
  6. To remove the popsicles from the mould, run lukewarm water on the outside of them and remove it easily.
  7. Enjoy!

NOTES:

If your mangoes are not sweet enough add maple syrup, Honey, Sugar or Agave Nectar.

Again if you don't want to use dates use any of these above.

Cashew adds good fat and bulks up a bit of protein in these popsicles, but again if you are not happy you can omit the cashews.
Calories
95.82
Fat (grams)
1.63
Sat. Fat (grams)
0.59
Carbs (grams)
19.82
Fiber (grams)
1.86
Net carbs
17.96
Sugar (grams)
17.63
Protein (grams)
2.58
Sodium (milligrams)
13.44
Cholesterol (grams)
2.46
The nutritional information provided is an approximation calculated by an online calculator. Please consult a professional dietitian for nutritional advice.

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20 comments

  1. Yum! These look like the perfect frozen treat, especially with how warm it's been!

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  2. I love making frozen ice lollies with mango and yoghurt, remind me of lassi and of course, my favourite fruit in the world!

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  3. I love that they are sugar free and a great use of my favorite fruit. I'm making these soon.

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  4. Great tribute to your father and these popsicles look and sound delicious!

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  5. I'm so sorry for the loss of your Dad! I am lucky that I still have mine because, like yours my Dad lives for his family and asks nothing in return!

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    1. Thanks Binky :) Have a great time time with your dad.

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  6. A beautiful tribute to your father Jagruti. They truly are the unsung heroes. Its the last memories we cling onto when loved ones leave us. Love your sugar free mango, basil and cashew yogurt popsicles.

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    1. Thank you Mayuri..have a great weekend.

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  7. What lovely memories of your dad. Brings back memories of my dad. I love the idea of making Popsicles at home especially in the hot summer. Yours look so delicious. I will definitely try making them soon. Mina

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    1. Thank you Tea and Catchup for this kind comment. We are having perfect weather to celebrate these Popsicle.

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  8. Love the bright colors. Just yum.��

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  9. What a bright and beautiful recipe... Absolutely delish! :)

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  10. I can't wait to try this! I'm obsessed with mango! The colours look so nice too

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  11. They look and sound beautiful! Still a sweet treat, but I guess without the processed sugar they're a bit healthier :)

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  12. Wow such a beautiful post..I was completely engrossed in reading about your dad. Good thay you have those 4945 left, just a reminder of him. Reminded me of few things. Hugs to you. Delicious ice cream will definitely try your version. Did you get the ice cream moulds from India or Uk, I am looking to buy this types, but India trip is not soon.

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    1. Thanks Renu for the lovely comment. I brought those kulfi moulds from India, I think you can get here in UK too.

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