Black Friday Icy Pops
The Darkest layer:
2 cups Coconut Vanilla Yoghurt
- 2 tbsp of maple syrup
- 1 cup of orange juice
- Juice from 1 lime
- 3 tbsp of Rawnice Pink Pitaya Powder for the darkest shade of pink (reduce to 1 tbsp for middle layer and ½ tsp for light pink).
- If consistency is too thick add a dash of coconut milk or more orange juice.
11/2 cups Coconut Vanilla Yoghurt
2 tbsp of maple syrup
1/2 cup of orange juice
2 large mangoes (3 if smaller)
1 tsp of Rawnice Curcumin Powder for a darker shade (1/2 tsp for middle and ¼ of a tsp for lightest shade)
For the Pink Layer:
- Place all the ingredients except pink pitaya powder in the blender and blend until smooth consistency. Separate mixture into three, adding the required amounts of pink pitaya powder for each layer of colour.
- Blend until colour is uniform.
- Fill popsicle holders starting with darkest layer.
- Place popsicles in the freezer for minimum 30 min before filling each new layer to get a defined layer.
- Once you have filled the holder with three layers place it the freezer overnight, until frozen.
For the Yellow Layer:
- Place mango flesh and orange juice and blend until you have puree
- Divide mango puree into 3 portion- 1 cup; 3/4 cup; ¼ cup. Blend.
- Darkest Yellow Layer: blend 1 cup of mango with ½ cup coconut vanilla yoghurt, 1 tsp of Rawnice Curcumin Powder, 1 tsp maple syrup and 1 tsp of lime juice.
- Middle layer: blend 3/4 cup of mango with 1 cup coconut vanilla yoghurt, 1/2 tsp of Rawnice Curcumin Powder, 1 tsp maple syrup and 1 tsp of lime juice.
- Lightest layer: blend 1/4 cup of mango with ½ cup vanilla yoghurt, 1/4 tsp of Rawnice Curcumin Powder, 1 tsp maple syrup and 1 tsp of lime juice.
Product used in this recipe:
pink pitaya powder
Our Pink Pitaya Powder is made from the flesh of the red dragon fruit harvested ripe, then processed and freeze dried. Color your food in 50 shades of pink with this crazy vibrant pink powder!
Curcumin is a vibrant turmeric extract that contain the majority of the color from the turmeric root, but not any of that strong distinct turmeric taste. This makes it perfect for use in food to add color and nutrition without distorting the taste!
This recipe was created by:
Dasha is a Polish mama of one living in Australia. Her gorgeous smoothie bowls are all over instagram and she has one of the most engaged audiences we’ve ever seen on social media.