Creamy Mango Sorbet Pops / Mom's Kitchen HandbookI hope you have dreamy plans in store this summer. Like cycling across Tuscany. Or across town to your neighborhood pool. Hiking the Himalayas. Or your favorite regional park. Exploring the wild waters of the Adriatic. Or the sleepy creek that runs alongside your house.

Wherever you go, or don’t go this summer, you’ll need refreshments. Pops. Creamy Mango Sorbet Pops to be exact. They’re certainly dreamy.

The recipe springboards off of the Raspberry Sorbet I posted last summer. It involves whirling together little more than frozen fruit, honey, and egg whites and pouring it into pop molds. Since the eggs don’t get cooked here, I rely on Safest Choice pasteurized whites, which give the sorbet both lift and lusciousness.  The fact that each batch packs a full pound of nutrient-rich mango adds to the appeal. Honey serves as the sole sweetener.

The recipe makes a generous amount., so feel free to scale it down. You may have to use math for this, for which you’ll be on your own. It’s against my religion to use math during the summer.


Honey Mango Sorbet Pops / Mom's Kitchen Handbook

Honey Mango Sorbet Pops / Mom's Kitchen Handbook

Honey Mango Sorbet Pops / Mom's Kitchen Handbook

I am pleased to be a brand ambassador for Davidson’s Safest Choice Eggs, who sponsored this post.  The opinions expressed are my own.


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  1. 06.19.2014 at 7:10 AM #

    I love that sorbet recipe and make it all the time! Making popsicles out of it is a great idea, can’t wait to try! Thanks, Katie.

    • katiemorford
      06.19.2014 at 9:33 AM #

      Thanks Kate. I love that raspberry sorbet too.

  2. 06.25.2014 at 7:04 AM #

    Hello from Greece! Our “dreamy summer plans” are a reality at the moment. Though I gotta say, your tasty looking mango sorbet pops would make our hot days at the beach even dreamier!

    • katiemorford
      06.25.2014 at 8:05 AM #

      I imagine that frozen mango isn’t among the offerings in your local market there. Have a great trip!

  3. ejiekpe michael
    08.10.2014 at 3:09 AM #

    hi there, its really beautiful what you guys do with food especially as it regards feeding kids, however i tough to make note that you should also start thinking about those of us who dont live in the US or even Europe, am talking Africa. my challenge is finding some of the ingredients i read on-line so many times i just find replacements and hey!! sometimes its amazing the out come, some other time u dont wanna know.. i am presently working on a project within my state its called “KIDS CHEF” its a concept i believe will revolutionise the way we teach cooking in our schools. pls ill be needing materials that can be of help even quick and easy to make meals or drinks especially useful tips on children handling … thanks

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