Mango Bourbon Smash Popsicles//

Remember how last week was popcorn week? Well this week is popsicle week! The lovely and talented Billy over at Wit and Vinegarย organizes this shindig every year and this year I decided I wanted in on it. Billy and I shareย a love for Real Housewives GIFs, Ina the Queen (Ina Garten) and over use of emojis, so he’s good people in my book. If you want to check out all the popsicle festivities in one place, go over to Billy’s Popsicle Week page and get all heart eye emojiย over those recipes! Now, moving on to these boozy pops.

Mango Bourbon Smash Popsicles//

I thought of about a million things I wanted to make for popsicle week, anywhere from boozy pops to ice cream bars to something that was crazy complicated and would take 3 different freezing times (you’re welcome for not posting that one!) to get it all done. Finally, once I brainstormed all of these ideas, I had my heart set on a s’mores popsicle. It would be so fun, right? A marshmallow like layer, with a chocolate layer and then dipped into some cracker crumbs? Done and done. Except it wasn’t. I wanted so hard for those popsicles to work, but after struggling with them all dang weekend, I just had to give up hope and move on (don’t worry, there’s still a s’mores dessert coming next week!). But, these popsicles ended up being so easy and quick to make, that I forgot all about those popsicle fails and remembered that boozy pops are most likely always the answer.

Mango Bourbon Smash Popsicles//

Of course, I’m still working my way through my mint plant and these popsicles were the perfect way to use up another bunch from the garden. Also, I struggled for a really long time trying to get the fruit out of a mango, but this helpful video from Heidi made the process so much easier. One last note, the booze in these makes them melt much faster, so if you are going to pop them out of the freezer, make sure you are eating them right away.

Some readers have asked about popsicle molds and I use the Prepworks from Progressive International PLP-1 Freezer Pop Maker. I’ve had great luck with it and no issues, so go for it!

Happy #popsicleweek!

Mango Bourbon Smash Popsicles//

Stay up to date with The Frosted Vegan on social media:
Facebook | Google+ | Instagram | Pinterest | RSS | Twitter

You might also like

Vegan Deep Dish Brownies If there's going to be one thing that my husband and I agree wholeheartedly on, it's chocolate desserts. He's 100% a chocolate or die kind of guy, c...
Vegan Maple Creme Sandwich Cookies Here we go, Monday again, right? Sometimes I feel like the week just rolls on by, taunting me with the weekend and then all of a sudden, BAM, we are ...
Easy Vegan Truffles with Cola This post is sponsored by Zevia. Thank you for supporting the brands who make this space possible! Let's talk about chocolate. While some people do...
Caramel Apple Dumplings Are you a patient baker or an impatient baker? I definitely fall under the impatient category, without a doubt. I'm always the one who burns my mout...


Mango Bourbon Smash Popsicles//

Mango Bourbon Smash Popsicles

  • Author: Abby Thompson
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 6 -8 1x
  • Category: Dessert



  • 1 banana (frozen)
  • Zest and juice of 2 limes
  • 2 mangoes (fruit cut from the skin)
  • 1/4 cup mint leaves
  • 2 tablespoons agave nectar
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 4 ounces bourbon


  1. In a blender, blend together all of the ingredients until smooth. Pour into popsicle molds and freeze for at least 4-6 hours, or until frozen solid.


You might also like

Frozen Pretzel Peanut Butter Pies I was fortunate enough to spend some time with my boy and a few of his friends for a relaxing weekend and these were the perfect no fuss treat. Alth...
Dark Chocolate Cinnamon Babka This weekend I met an online friend in real life (we bonded over our love for tacos), saw Gone Girl (!!), and actually learned properly about footb...
Dark Chocolate Peanut Butter Doughnuts There are really no words for these dark chocolate peanut butter doughnuts except amazing, life changing, and you best go make these now! These w...
Vegan Deep Dish Brownies If there's going to be one thing that my husband and I agree wholeheartedly on, it's chocolate desserts. He's 100% a chocolate or die kind of guy, c...