No Cook Mango Popsicle or Mango Bar

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With summer right upon us, it’s time to enjoy all our favorite frozen treats! And what could be better than a homemade popsicles that are a perfect treat to beat the summer heat. Popsicle goes by many different names, some call it ice pops, some ice dollies and my cute little niece calls it ice lollies. Well, whatever you call them, ice cream on a stick reminds of endless childhood memories!

With only 6 ingredients and no cooking at all, you can prepare your own homemade popsicles that are so much better than the store bought ones, as you control what exactly goes in them. My family just love them – deliciously creamy and has an incredible melt-in-your-mouth texture.

I love mangoes as they remind me of summers and today’s recipe – “No Cook Mango Popsicle or Mango bar” is inspired from our childhood favorite mango bar or mango dolly. Back then, I could eat these bars/popsicle all day long and one was never enough for me. They were so good and mango flavor makes it all the more refreshing and delicious. 

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RECIPE DETAIL – Prepare the vanilla ice cream as shown below. Before advancing to the next step, make sure the homemade whipped cream is light and fluffy. Add milk and mix it slowly. DO NOT whisk it. Pour in your favorite ice cream molds and freeze overnight.

One word of advice – use wooden popsicle stick as they hold the ice cream pretty well. Use sweet mangoes for this recipe. The mangoes that I had had a slight sour taste to them so had to opt for a store bought mango puree. 

Now this is a secret that I learnt from a chef – add melted white/milk chocolate to the mango pulp. White/milk chocolate adds a rich and special flavor to the mango pulp and it freezes well. These bar needs to be dipped twice in the mango-chocolate mix to attain a dark orange color.
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Freeze your popsicles for another 3-4 hours! After the desired freezing time, give it a second dip, and freeze. They are ready!! So, what are you waiting for? Do try this rich and decadent frozen goodies that will cool you and your family off this summer! Taking this recipe to Sonal Gupta’s Semi homemade collective. Do check out visit her blog for some delicious recipe collection!

No Cook Mango Popsicle or Mango Bar
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Rich, creamy and no - cook homemade mango popsicles are super easy to make and are a perfect treat to beat the summer heat!
Servings Prep Time
16 POPSICLES 2 DAYS
Servings Prep Time
16 POPSICLES 2 DAYS
No Cook Mango Popsicle or Mango Bar
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Rating: 5
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Rich, creamy and no - cook homemade mango popsicles are super easy to make and are a perfect treat to beat the summer heat!
Servings Prep Time
16 POPSICLES 2 DAYS
Servings Prep Time
16 POPSICLES 2 DAYS
INGREDIENTS
  • 1 cup Whole milk
  • 2 cups Store bought Heavy cream
  • 3/4 cup Powdered Sugar
  • A pinch of Salt
  • 1.5 teaspoon Vanilla essence
  • 3 cups Store bought mango pulp
  • 1/2 cup White Chocolate or Milk chocolate
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METHOD
MAKING OF ICE CREAM
  1. Assemble ingredients.
  2. In a big bowl combine cream and powdered sugar.
  3. Keep whisking until it is light and fluffy. This is homemade whipped cream. You can also use a hand blender or stand mixer to make homemade whipped cream.
  4. Add salt.
  5. Add vanilla essence.
  6. Add milk.
  7. The mixture will become thick and creamy. Mix it well. DO NOT whisk.
  8. Pour in ice cream molds and freeze overnight.
  9. Frozen ice cream Popsicle.
FINAL ASSEMBLY
  1. I have used store bought mango pulp for this recipe.
  2. Place white chocolate chips in a microwave safe bowl and heat on 50% power for 1 minute.
  3. Remove from microwave, mix and heat again for 30 seconds until it's fully melted.
  4. Add this to the mango pulp and whisk it well.
  5. Remove ice cream from its mold. Make sure the popsicle is well set and firm before dipping it in the mango pulp.
  6. Dip ice-cream popscile in mango pulp and coat it well.
  7. Freeze the popsicle for 2-3 hours. Repeat the process with rest of the popsicles.
  8. This is the way I froze them in my freezer. The popsicle/bars are secured to a Styrofoam base.
  9. Remove from freezer and give it a second dip. Repeat the process with rest of the popsicles.
  10. Freeze the popsicle for another 2-3 hours.
  11. Ice cream popsicles/ bars are ready.
  12. Take a bite and enjoy!!
  13. Do try this rich and decadent frozen goodies that will cool you and your family off this summer!
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24 Responses

  1. Vanitha Bhat says:

    OMG!!!! These look soo good and yummy, especially during these heat waves everywhere!!! Love the two-toned popsicle, nice idea and requires a lot of patience. Hats off!!!

  2. inshira says:

    can i use electric mixer grinder or wooden spatula to whipped the cream???

  3. Madhu says:

    https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=1158194937570254&id=560933007296453

    I think your pictures are being used, I can be wrong, came across this page and thought I should inform you ,I am yet to try your receipe but will do so soon, looks yummy!

    • Ruchi says:

      Thanks a bunch Madhu! OMG, my images and content is copied and shared word by word. I don’t understand why people do such a thing! I really appreciate your concern. 🙂 🙂

  4. Sadia says:

    Lovely Popsicles!! Really liked the idea. Great photographs too. 👌🏻😊

  5. Sabiha yunus says:

    The Popsicles look mindblowing

  6. Sahmaara says:

    great recipe!! if we do skip the mango part, will vanilla popsicles taste like ice cream and be as creamy like ice cream or will be icy?
    Btw, love all you recipes…you always have new and genius ideas!!

    • Ruchi says:

      Thanks for your lovely feedback Sahmaara! It makes it all worthwhile and special. Without the mango, popsicles/bar will taste exactly as you mentioned – rich and creamy! Before freezing, taste and adjust sugar.

  7. Shilpa says:

    Hi Ruchi,

    Lovely yummy recipe.
    Was just confused about which cream have u used here,is it the Heavy whipping cream that comes in a tetra pack or the Cool whip which is of way more thicker consistency, and comes in a plastic container…..once again thx for this awesome recipe.

    • Ruchi says:

      Thanks for stopping by Shilpa! It’s the first one – Heavy whipping cream that comes in a tetra pack!

  8. khushboo kothari says:

    Absolutely fantastic . I am in love!

  9. Nitika Tandon says:

    did u dip the white icecream in water before dipping it into the mango pulp??????

    • Ruchi says:

      That’s the ice cream IN the mold! It’s dipped in lukewarm water to loosen before I pull it out of the mold. 😉

  10. Nitika Tandon says:

    looks yummy will try soon

  11. Gloria says:

    Mindblowing dear…these mango dollies look just like store brought

  12. Sonal says:

    Woohoooooo

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