This is certainly a summer winner for the kids, and easy enough for them to make, once you as the parent show them how. Banana & Mango Frozen Yoghurt Pops uses fresh produce, in season and creates an iced dessert that is both healthy, and scrum diddly umptious!
If you are looking to make your own yoghurt and are unsure of how to proceed we have included a link to a recipe above. It is easy to make though it does require particular attention, this is great to get the kids involved with as well. Soon enough you will be churning our enough Banana & Mango Frozen Yoghurt Pops for the neighbourhood!
Banana & Mango Frozen Yoghurt Pops
- food processor
- Paddle Pop Sticks
- Snap Lock Bag
- 4 large Bananas - Cavendish
- 1 ½ cup thick greek yoghurt
- 2 large mangoes - peeled, fruit chopped
- 1 tbs honey
- 200 g white chocolate - melted
- 2 tbs hundreds and thousands
- Peel and roughly chop bananas. Place into a snap lock bag. Freeze for 4 hours or overnight.
- Place frozen bananas into food processor. Process until finely chopped. Add the mango, yoghurt and honey. Process until smooth.
- Divide the mixture between 8 plastic cups, insert a paddle pop stick into each. Cover and freeze overnight.
- Remove the yoghurt pops from the cups. Drizzle with white chocolate and sprinkle with hundreds and thousands. Serve.
• When fresh mangoes are not available, replace with 1 cup frozen Australian mango or 250g fresh or frozen strawberries or raspberries, pureed.
• Once frozen, wrap the pops either in or out of the cups tightly with plastic wrap to prevent freezer burn. They will keep up to 4 weeks in the freezer.
Let’s Make a Difference
Every day we have the opportunity to make hundreds of choices. We are so fortunate to live in a time where information is so easily accessible and we have the opportunity and freedom to make choices that we feel are the best for us and our families.
I encourage you to continue educating yourself and others about the benefits of living a plant-based lifestyle. Cook a plant-based meal, opt-out of products like leather, watch a documentary with a family member or friend. It’s easy to feel like the choices we make are small, but when we make these choices together, we can make a big difference!