Vegan Mango Popsicles Recipe

Vegan Mango Popsicles

Since the weather is getting warmer, we’re creating snacks and treats to help keep you cool! We’ve created this Vegan Mango Popsicles Recipe to help fight that heat. There’s no messy mango cutting involved either. All you need is a bit of our delicious mango concentrate to get that delicious mango flavoring. We also added some of our orange food coloring to really get that mango vibe going! Shall we begin?


  • Small dixie cups
  • Dixie cups (6)
  • Popsicle sticks (6)
  • Mixing bowl
  • Mixing spoon
  • Measuring cups
  • Measuring spoons
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The Breakdown

  1. Begin by mixing 2 cups of vanilla greek yogurt, ½ a cup of soy milk, and 2 tablespoons of Nature’s Flavors SweetenFX.
  2. Add in ½ teaspoon of Nature’s Flavors Organic Mango Concentrate and mix! Make sure that the concentrate is evenly distributed.
  3. Next, add in that beautiful natural orange food color! We used ½ a teaspoon but feel free to adjust to your liking.
  4. Now that your mixture is ready, you can begin pouring it into your dixie cups. We used the smaller dixie cups and filled them up about ¾ of the way.
  5. We used coconut shreds on a few of our popsicles but feel free to use any toppings you’d like.
  6. Place a popsicle stick in the center of each dixie cup.
  7. Freeze the popsicles and allow them to set for 5-6 hours.
  8. We hope you enjoy this Vegan Mango Popsicles Recipe!
Vegan Mango Popsicles Recipe

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Food Trends 2020

At the start of every new year, we strive to improve ourselves with resolutions and new opportunities. We aim to eat healthier, get into more sustainable habits, and be a bit more adventurous when it comes to food. Here are a few food trends that will be definitely changing the way we eat and drink this year.

Meat-Plant Blends

Meat-plant blends are beginning to gain a lot more traction these days. Companies are acknowledging the fact that consumers are searching for new ways to boost their protein intake as well as increase their vegetable consumption. Welcome in meat-plant blends where these two proteins are combined to create foods that are flavorful and nutritious! Companies offer items such as chicken nuggets that include cauliflower and chickpeas, and beef patties with mushrooms mixed into it. You probably would not be able to tell the difference between the new blended flavor and texture! Give these new products a try the next time you are browsing for healthier alternatives at your local grocery store.

Plant-Based, Beyond Soy

Soy milk used to be the latest craze for plant-based dairy alternatives. Nowadays you’ll run into a variety of different plant-based milks at your local markets such as almond, coconut, oat, pea, and rice. Oat milk currently appears to be the most popular plant-based and dairy-free milk substitute. Additionally, it is vegan, naturally gluten free, and is packed with nutrients. You can find oat milk at grocery stores as well as specialty coffee shops near you.

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Healthy and Convenient

It can be challenging to incorporate healthy and convenient foods into your busy schedule. Thanks to the rise of freshly prepared and grab-and-go options, the only issue you will run into is deciding which tasty items you want be eating throughout the day. Nutrient rich and non-processed foods are now easier to find a local markets. Look out for pre-portioned fruits and snacks, smoothies, and meal kits.

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Regenerative Agriculture

Regenerative agriculture is a farming process that practices to restore soil health without the use of harsh chemicals or disruptive methods. Paying special attention to water management and fertilizer use are a couple examples of how regenerative agriculture works. Other benefits of regenerative agriculture includes the increase of the soils water holding capacity, prevention of soil erosion, and the creation of ideal conditions for crop to become more resilient against bugs and diseases. The goal is to create long-lasting environmental benefits and positively impacts climate change.

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