This easy-to-make Vegan Mango Ice Candy is a healthy summer dessert with a fresh and delicious taste in every bite! Its cooling, fresh, tropical flavor will always be a crowd favorite!
There are 2 ways to make this: as a popsicle or ice candy.
Tips and Variations:
- After adding the cassava flour make sure to continually stir it. Leaving it untouched while the stove is on will create lumps and won’t taste great.
- Always leave enough space in the ice candy bag. You will have a hard time tying it if you put too much ice candy mixture.
- You can add fresh fruits like avocado or shredded young coconut to this recipe.
- Are you craving mango float but want it to be handy when eating? Add some crushed graham crackers to the mixture!
How to Make Vegan Mango Ice Candy:
Listed below are all the ingredients you will need:
- mango diced
- cassava flour
- organic sugar
- non-dairy milk
Set aside 2 tablespoons of diced mangoes.
Add the rest of the mangos to a food processor, and blend until smooth:
In a pot over low heat, add water, and cassava flour and continuously stir so there will be no lumps:
Add sugar and stir until it dissolves:
Then add the non-dairy milk and continue stirring:
Add mango and stir until mixture is smooth and everything is well combined:
If using a popsicle mold:
Evenly add diced mangoes, then pour in the mango mixture:
Cover with plastic wrap and insert a popsicle stick then freeze:
After freezing and taking it out of the mold, it will look like this!
If using an ice candy bag:
You will need a funnel and a ladle. Insert the tip of the funnel in the ice candy bag and ladle the mango mixture:
Make sure to leave at least 2 inches for tying:
Twist the ice candy bag to seal the mixture and knot tightly. Repeat until there is no mango mixture left:
Put in the freezer overnight or until frozen before serving:
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: Do you think mango juice would work?
A: You can use mango juice for this recipe. Just make sure to balance it out with the water requirement of this recipe. You can add it little by little to taste.
Q: Can I use honey instead of agave?
A: Yes, sure you can! Honey is a natural and healthy sweetener just like agave so go for it.
Q: Do you know if this recipe works for standard popsicles?
A: Definitely yes!
Q: Can I use cornstarch for this recipe?
A: If you do not have cassava flour, cornstarch is an alternative.
More delicious drink recipes to try!
- Vegan Chocolate Ice Cream
- Cantaloupe Juice
- Filipino Mango Ice Cream
- Mango Lemonade
- Avocado Ice Candy
- Papaya Banana Smoothies
- Buko Pandan Ice Cream
Mango Ice Candy
- 2 cups mango diced
- 5 cups water
- ½ cups & 2 tablespoons cassava flour
- ¼ cup organic sugar
- 1 cup non dairy milk
- Set aside 2 tablespoons of diced mangoes.
- Add the rest of the mangos in a food processor, and blend until smooth.
- In a pot over low heat, add water, cassava flour and continuously stir so there will be no lumps.
- Add sugar and stir until it dissolves.
- Add non-dairy milk and continue stirring.
- Add mango and stir until mixture is smooth and everything is well combined.
If using a popsicle mold:
- Evenly add diced mangoes, then pour in the mango mixture.
If using ice candy bag:
- You will need a funnel and a ladle.
- Insert the tip of the funnel in the ice candy bag and ladle the mango mixture. Make sure to leave at least 2 inches for tying.
- Twist the ice candy bag to seal the mixture and knot tightly.
- Repeat until there is no mango mixture left.
- Freeze the ice candy overnight or until frozen before serving.
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You say about mango juice – “just make sure to balance it out with the water in the recipe”. You mean replace some of the mango with mango juice? Or replace some of the water with mango juice? I.e. 3 cups water + 2 cups mango juice?