3 Ingredient Mango Hibiscus Popsicles

These mango hibiscus popsicle recipe only require 3 ingredients. Easy, delicious and healthy!

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This summer I have been experimenting with different type of recipes to create that perfect popsicle. An ice popsicle that isn’t too watery, but also not too thick since I noticed these melt too fast. I also wanted to add some extra goodness to my popsicles so I added chia seeds. Today I’m sharing my favorite popsicle recipe with you. I love these mango hibiscus popsicles because mangoes taste amazing when frozen. Such a delicious summer treat!

I have to admit, this summer I became a bit obsessed with getting the right popsicle molds. I created already so many recipes in my head, but I had (according to me) not the right popsicle molds. I have kid size plastic (BPA-free) popsicle molds, but I wanted to get my hands on the stainless steel bigger size molds. I finally managed to find them and I couldn’t be happier. Can you blame me? The variations on what I can create are endless. Smoothies, fruit, chocolate, chia seeds, nut butters… There are so many foods to work with!

Speaking off obsessions. Another thing I have been drinking a lot lately is hibiscus tea. I noticed hibiscus tea is also very delicious when cooled off. This tea is therefore perfect to create a popsicle with. And it makes a great match with mangoes. That’s the fun part about making your own popsicles, you can basically freeze anything you like… Almost anything. Maybe you like a nutty chocolate popsicle or maybe you like to freeze your smoothies?

Chia seeds?

Chia seeds are the secret ingredient that allows the hibiscus tea to bind and gives the popsicles a nice texture and bite, while also adding some fiber, protein, and good fats. I love to use chia seeds in popsicle recipes because they give the popsicles a nice creamy texture.

I didn’t use any extra ingredients to sweeten up these popsicles such as a date (syrup) or maybe maple syrup, because I find mangoes to be already deliciously sweet. However feel free to add a splash of a sweetener if necessary. If your hibiscus tea seems to be too strong for you I can recommend to add a tablespoon of lemon or lime juice to make the hibiscus tea less bitter. I find cool hibiscus tea with lemon juice really delicious.

You can use any popsicle mold of course, but I find these stainless steel molds amazing!

Craving more ice? Don’t miss this green popsicle recipe.

Ok, let’s get started! Let me know in the comment section below if you are going to try this recipe and don’t forget to tag me on social media with #thegreencreator

3 Ingredient Mango Hibiscus Popsicles

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3 Ingredient Mango Hibiscus Popsicles

3 Ingredient Mango Hibiscus Popsicles

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  • Author: The Green Creator
  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Yield: 6 3-ounce/ 70 grams popsicles 1x
  • Category: ice cream, popsicles, fruit, easy, summer
  • Cuisine: vegan, plant-based, easy, cold


These mango hibiscus popsicles only require 3 ingredients. Easy, delicious and healthy!


  • 300 ml boiled water / 1,5 cups freshly boiled water
  • 6 teaspoons chia seeds
  • 2 fresh mangoes
  • 1 hibiscus tea bag


  1. Start by making the tea.
  2. Take the bag out of the tea and add in 6 teaspoons of chia seeds. Stir well and let soak for 15 minutes, or until a thick gel forms
  3. Meanwhile cut the mangos in pieces and blend to create mango puree.
  4. Take out yourpopsicles molds and add a layer of mango puree followed by a layer of chia hibiscus pudding. Tap the molds on the counter between each layer to remove any air bubbles. Continue until the popsicles molds are full.
  5. Place in the freezer over night or for at least 4 hours.


You can use any leftover mango puree as an oatmeal topping, or mix chia seeds into it to make a jam!


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