These mango pops are SO yummy!
You will love me this summer after you make these.
|Copy-Cat Outshine Recipe.|
We bought them, we ate them, we loved them.
I then duplicated them!
This is the recipe I created and they taste just like the ones we bought. I can't find the brand in stores anymore, so I'm glad I can make them at home. Outshine brand is the closest thing I've found in the market now.
I originally used fresh mango to make these but Costco usually carries frozen mango chunks, and using the frozen mango saves time, is less messy and makes putting these popsicles together even easier. My kids beg me to make these and yours will too (Heck, I beg me to make these). Yeah, I just typed 'heck'. Wow.
Do not leave out the fresh lemon juice, it's the key to a balanced flavor.
You can easily make these sugar free by using a combination of erythritol, xylitol, and a very few drops of stevia glycerite. I have not worked out the proportions yet. Using this blend of sugar-free sweeteners gives a more realistic effect.
I also added some extra nutritious ingredients to make these healthier, but all you taste is the yummy mango.
Mango Full-O-Fruit Pops Recipe:
10.50 ounces Filtered water
10 ounces organic mango puree
4 ounces (1/2 c.) organic evaporated cane juice (Costco carries)
2 to 2.80 ounces (about 1 large lemon) organic fresh lemon juice
1 t. Guar gum (a natural healthy fiber thickener)
1/4 t. Xanthan gum (a natural healthy fiber thickener)
1 Pinch Sea salt or BioSalt
1/8 t. Tumeric powder (natural coloring high in anti-oxidants)
1 T. Udo's Oil (balanced nutritional oil), optional
1 t. Cal/Mag powder (calcium & magnesium powder), optional
In a high-powered blender, puree the mango with the water and lemon juice.
Add everything else, with the gums added last, and blend well.
Pour mixture into 12 large popsicle holders and freeze until solid.
The gums mix in better if you first pre-blend them with the other dry powder ingredients.
You may substitute Lakanto's golden zero-cal sweetener (erythritol based sweetener) for the sugar.