Mango Honey Lassi Popsicle With Ginger And Chia Seeds

Mango Honey Lassi Popsicle With Ginger And Chia Seeds

So turns out the city of Victoria, Canada is sunny. Very sunny! Three weeks in a row of crazy beach worthy days which last until 10pm. I definitely wasn’t prepared for this and my soup recipes have taken a back seat.

“Honey is a good alternative to sugar with a low GI value that won’t spike your blood glucose levels. Honey can also often be sourced locally making it a more sustainable option and supports your local community.”

Popsicles are the perfect snack in this weather, but none of those prepackaged ones that are full of sugar, additives and artificial colours. The best ones are the ones made in your own kitchen. I took up this Recipe Redux challenge to use the ingredient honey in a new and interesting way. Honey is a great way to sweeten popsicles naturally making this a healthy, low calorie snack.

Mango Honey Lassie with Ginger and Chia Seeds Recipe

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Recipe for Mango Honey Lassi Popsicle With Ginger And Chia Seeds

Makes 8
Recipe by Rachel
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time To Finish: 4 hours and 10 minutes

Ingredients for Mango Honey Lassi Popsicle With Ginger And Chia Seeds

1.5 cups organic natural yoghurt
1 mango, flesh removed
1/4 cup honey, raw preferred
2 inch cube of ginger, minced
1 tbsp chia seeds

Method for Mango Honey Lassi Popsicle With Ginger And Chia Seeds

Combine all ingredients, except chia seeds, in a blender and blend until smooth.

Add chia seeds to mixture without blending it.

Pour mixture into 8 molds and freeze for about 4 hours. If you don’t have popsicle molds try using an ice cube tray for tiny snacks, or even drinking it as a lassi. Yum!

Nutrition Information for Mango Honey Lassi Popsicle With Ginger And Chia Seeds

Calories/Energy 90 calories
Fat 1.2g
Protein 2.8g
Carbohydrate 17g
Sugar 15g
Fibre 1g
Sodium 33mg
Calcium 100mg




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