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Try Our 5 Ice Lolly Recipes To Make At Home

These are such a great, inexpensive way to give the kids a treat and they can easily help you to make them too.

1.  Salted Caramel And Yoghurt

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1/2 cup of Salted Dulce de Leche ( available in most supermarkets but I have bought it in Sainsburys)

3 cups of natural yoghurt

Vanilla paste to taste

Mix the vanilla paste into the yoghurt and gently fold in the warmed salted caramel. Pour into moulds and add sticks. Freeze.

 

2.  Blueberry And Honey

f4f8052dc6fc94661c44a6e28ca2b59e4 cups of frozen or fresh blueberries

1/2 cup sugar

1/4 cup of water

Puree all the ingredients and add to the moulds. Freeze.

 

3.  Frozen watermelon slices

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Slice the watermelon in half and then slice it similar to slicing a loaf of bread and then cut these slices into thirds. Peel and use a wooden lolly stick before wrapping in separate greaseproof paper and freezing.

 

4.  Lemonade And Fruit

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Cut up a selection of fruit, some work better than others. Berries are the most successful but they don’t have to be perfect! Add to the moulds and fill up with lemonade.

 

5. Pineapple And Ginger Coconut

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1 1/2 cups coconut milk

1/2 cup of  ginger beer

2 tablespoons of honey

3 cups of roughly chopped pineapple

1/4 cup brown sugar

Combine the first 3 ingredients in one bowl and the pineapple and sugar in another then alternate the 2 in the mould allowing 20-25 mins freezing time between layers.

Enjoy!

 

 

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