Shall we have more Mangoes ? How about these Mango Yogurt Ripple Popsicles ?? And I have a reason to celebrate!
This post is really special to me !! My blog turned 8 last week and its truly rejoicing moment. Over the years, my blog has grown into a aesthetic Food & Lifestyle Blog! Last year has been amazing year with blogging. I have been collaborating with various brands on recipe development,selling my images on stock photography websites and working towards diversifying into lifestyle photography too. Contributing to Superfood Magazine has been something I couldn’t have imagined a few years back!
What a year it has been ! I really can’t thank God enough for being there with me always.
To celebrate these glorious 8 years of blogging synonymous with the soaring 26 C weather in UK this week, I decided to work on a yummilicious frozen treat – Mango Yogurt Ripple Popsicles.
The temperatures has been soaring high at 26 C all through the week. And all we have been doing was to spend countless day light hours gardening, painting the fence, playing with kiddos in our yard and chill with some real Yumm frozen desserts often..
Yes Yes.. I am talking about these 5 Minute Mango Yogurt Ripple Popsicles.. Making them requires no blender, no food processor or any fancy gadget if you have some Mango Puree Stocked in your pantry.
If you don’t have popsicle mould, you could even use small glasses to make them.
So its that simple!! You could print this recipe out for your little ones and have them enjoy the pure delight of making the popsicles.
2 of these order propecia popsicles vanished right after the shoot. And the rest right after school time.. My missy really couldn’t wait for mummy to finish the shoot that she offered to pose with them.. And rest .. you can imagine how quickly these would have gone!!
I was so so happy as these 5 Minute Mango Yogurt Ripple Popsicles didn’t have refined sugar. And they are absolutely healthy.
If you have any more mango puree left after making these popsicles, you could make my MANGO SORBET. This recipe has been shared about 10K times on Pinterest and a lot of people have loved it.