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Ice Cups – A touch of Spice!

Are summer fruits also your favourite? Tropical fruit, like mango, is such a versatile fruit, which can be eaten as it is; added to ice-cream; made into a pudding; baked into cakes; made into a salsa, and is also lovely in smoothies.

This Ice Cup has the lovely, sweet flavour of mango, and then – I’ve spiced it up a little (you can adjust the spiciness).

Ice Cups – Spicy Mango

(gluten free, egg free, dairy free, nut free, soy free, sugar free, corn free, allergy friendly)

spicy mango


  • Non-dairy milk (I used coconut milk)
  • One small mango, cut
  • Honey or other sweetener
  • Cinnamon/5 Spice (All spice)/ chili powder/ ground cumin



  1. Peel and cut up a small mango
  2. Place into the paper cup (or any other freezer-safe mould)
  3. Add honey to sweeten (as much or as little as you prefer)
  4. Add non-dairy milk to fill the cup
  5. Sprinkle with your choice of spice
  6. Place into the freezer for about five minutes
  7. Remove, and insert a plastic spoon or other lolly stick
  8. Return to the freezer and leave until set
  9. Remove from the freezer, leave to stand for a few minutes, remove from cup, eat and cool off!


NOTE: I have not included weights or amounts, because depending on how many Ice Cups you make, the quantities will vary. My paper cups hold a 1/3 of a cup of liquid.


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