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Delicious Homemade Ice Lolly Recipes

Here’s our 5 favourite delicious homemade fruit ice lollies to end a summer of fun, sport, BBQ’s and family time. The sun doesn’t have to be shining, enjoy one at anytime and serve a nutritious snack after school or on the weekend. These recipes are great as they’re so easy to make and are full of fruity goodness. Get creative with your favourite fruits or if you just need inspo try some of the easy to follow recipes below.

Top tip* Serve on a bowl of ice cubes as a cute centerpiece at your little ones next sleepover or even better….add your favourite gin or vodka for alcoholic versions and serve at your next dinner party….yum!

Each recipe creates 6 fruity ice lollies, all you’ll need to buy is an ice lolly mould. Here’s a quick link of where to buy one…

Freeze for up to 6 hours for best results.

Freeze for up to 6 hours for best results

Melon & Pineapple

Whizz 3 handfuls of melon chunks in a blender with ½ a pineapple into chunks, 100ml of water and 1 teaspoon of honey. Once smooth pour into ice lolly moulds, pop in a lolly pop stick and place into the freezer.

 

Strawberry & Banana

Whizz 3 handfuls of strawberries, 1 whole banana, 100ml of natural yogurt and 1 teaspoon of honey in a blender. Once smooth pour into ice lolly moulds, pop in a lolly pop stick and place into the freezer.

 

Blackberry & Apple

Whiz 3 handfuls of blackberries, 1 cup of apple juice and 1 tea spoon of honey in a blender. Once smooth fine strain into ice lolly moulds, pop in a lolly stick and place into the freezer.

Watermelon and Raspberry

Whizz 1/2 whole watermelon, 2 handfuls of raspberries and 1 cup of water in a blender. Once smooth fine strain into ice lolly moulds, pop in a lolly stick and place into the freezer.

Orange & Lime

Whizz the juice of 1/2 a lime,  2 whole oranges peeled and 1 cup of orange juice in a blender. Once smooth pour into ice lolly moulds, pop in a lolly stick and place into the freezer.

 

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