Coconut Mango Chia Pop Recipe

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I feel like coconut and mango go together like peas and carrots.  It is just right.  And then you throw in some chia seeds, and Bam!  You have created perfection.  I have never appreciated the goodness of chia until recently.  They are the most unique little seed – and I still think its crazy how they can expand and turn into something totally different.

Benefits of Chia Seeds

  • Chia seeds come from the desert plant Salvia hispanica, a member of the mint family
  • 1 tablespoon of chia seeds contains 5 grams of fiber, 3 grams of protein, 2282 mg of Omega 3 and 752 mg of Omega 6 fatty acids (This makes them a really great source of both fiber and Omegas)
  • A significant concentration of fiber combined with their ability to absorb 10 times their weight in water also makes chia seeds excellent for maintaining regularity and also contributing to satiety
  • Contain iron, calcium, magnesium and zinc
  • Emerging research suggests that including chia seeds as part of a healthy diet may help improve cardiovascular risk factors such as lowering cholesterol, triglycerides and blood pressure

I love making my own pops for my kids because I can pack them with fruit, and other nutritious foods but they still love them like a treat.  Sometimes they even ask for a popsicle for breakfast, and when it is one that I made I feel good about letting them have it any time of day!  These pops are creamy, naturally sweet and packed with nutrients.

Coconut Mango Chia Pop Recipe. Once you read what chia seeds can do for you, you'll want to add them to everything! Like these mango coconut pops.

Coconut Mango Chia Pop Recipe

To make these you will need 3 ingredients. Yep just 3! Mango (frozen or fresh), soaked chia seeds, and coconut milk.  That is it! For coconut milk, I like the Thai Kitchen lite. I let my chia seeds soak in water over night, so when I’m ready to make these I don’t have to wait.  Blend ingredients together, pour into your molds, freeze and enjoy!  I love my Zoku because you can make popsicles in 7 minutes.   But you can definitely use any type of pop mold.

Coconut Mango Chia Pop Recipe. Once you read what chia seeds can do for you, you'll want to add them to everything! Like these mango coconut pops.

These are creamy and dreamy, but more than just your regular popsicle.  They have healthy fat, protein, vitamins, and minerals and fiber!  When your kids ask for a second, you will gladly give them one!

Coconut Mango Chia Pop Recipe. Once you read what chia seeds can do for you, you'll want to add them to everything! Like these mango coconut pops.
Coconut Mango Chia Pop Recipe

Coconut Mango Chia Pop

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Ingredients

  • 1 cup coconut milk
  • 3 cup mango cubes, frozen
  • 1/2 cup water
  • 2 tablespoon chia seeds

Instructions

  • Soak chia seeds in water over night.
  • Blend together until smooth. Pour into pop molds, and freeze.
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I was wondering more on your Zoku. I just read some not so good review but wanted to hear how long you had it and if it leaks. Do you have problems pulling out the pops? thanks

I have had my zoku for about 2 years and never had a problem with leaking. I also don’t have a problem pulling my pops out and I have made a lot of different types in it. In my honest opinion, it is one of the best pop makers out there. I use mine all of the time and really love it.

I haven’t, but you could definitely substitute. You will want to use a fruit that is sweet because mangos are very sweet. You could use banana, pineapple, pears, or even ripe strawberries.

thanks, I really want to make these, I think the boys will love them.

Well Damyon will, Orange might be close enough to red to get Rook to eat them, if not, I can strawberry to color them… hopefully. ^_^

Are the chia seeds supposed to blend into the popsicles unseen? Mine did not. I’m wondering if you need a high-end blender to do this recipe properly.

I have a high powered blender and so yes it blended the seeds. If yours won’t blend the seeds raw, try soaking them first for a few hours and then they should blend just fine.