• Preparation
    10 minutes

  • Cooking

  • Power

  • Quantity
    8 x 125 ml popsicles

The Mango-Strawberry Smoothie Pops(Healthy mango and strawberry popsicles)

With NO REFINED SUGAR and dairy-free if desired, these frozen treats are simply delicious, and you’ll even forget they’re healthy. My kids keep asking me for them time and time again, and I even let them have two of them in a row. Hahaha! Yet again, I wonder why we add so much sugar (including brown sugar and other supposedly organic and healthy sugars) to everything. It’s so simple to cook healthier food.

If you’re using a plant-based beverage (soy, almond, rice or oat), I encourage you to opt for the one that contains the most protein. As a general rule, it’s soy milk. Enjoy your frozen treats!

My son Adrien could spend his life eating popsicles. I therefore firmly intend to continue developing more and more recipes sweetened with date puree. Let’s hear it for these all-you-can-eat smoothie pops. Hahaha!


  1. Wash your hands properly.

  2. In a bowl, combine all the ingredients and blend well using a hand mixer, blender or Vitamix.

  3. Pour a little of the mixture into the molds, add a chunk of mango or strawberry and cover with more mixture. Pop in the sticks.

  4. Place in freezer and wait for them to set and are ready to eat.

  5. To serve, run the mold under hot water.

  6. Ta-dah! A lovely fruity surprise in every popsicle.

Storage (in a airtight container)

  • Three months in the freezer


  • 75 g (1/4 cup) Madame Labriski vanilla date puree

  • 140 g (1 1/4 cups) frozen mangos

  • 140 g (1 cup) frozen strawberries

  • 175 g (3/4 cup) milk or plant-based beverage

  • 60 g (1/4 cup) 10 or 15 % regular or plant-based cream

  • A few chunks of frozen mango or strawberry