03 Jun Yummiest Ice Lollipop Recipes

There are plenty of warm days ahead. I had an otter pop a little while ago with my children but I couldn’t finish it. It was full of so much fake sugar, I just couldn’t! Then I was wondering how the children can eat one after another so easily. That is when I started exploring different healthier options for Ice Lollies. These are a few of my favorite flavors so far. I love the last one because it is so simple to make, like really really simple. So here they are, for you and for your kids! XO -Kaylee


Frozen Berry & Ginger Nut Yogurt Pops


2 cups ginger nut cookies
1 cup can light condensed milk
2 cups red berries, we used strawberries, raspberries and redcurrants
1 pot 0% fat natural Greek yogurt
2 cups purple berries, we used blueberries, blackberries and blackcurrants

You will also need

8 paper cups
8 wooden lolly sticks


Place the cookies in a food processor and blitz into crumbs. Add 2 tbsp condensed milk and blend again until the crumbs start to clump together. Divide the cookie crumbs between 8 paper cups, pressing down with the back of a spoon. Make sure you scrape out every last crumb, then you won’t have to wash the processor before the next step.
Roughly chop any large berries. Put half the red berries, half the remaining condensed milk, and half the yogurt in the food processor and blend until smooth. Remove the blade from the processor and stir through the remaining chopped red berries. Divide the mixture between 4 of the paper cups. Repeat with the purple berries and remaining ingredients.
Place a lolly stick into each cup, pushing down into the biscuit base to help it stand up straight. Freeze for at least 4 hrs before serving. To remove the lollies from the cups, tip upside down, and gentle squeeze the cup until the lolly slips out.

Recipe from Good Food magazine, July 2014
BBC GoodFood Magazine

Strawberry Milk Pops


3-4 couple cups of strawberries
4 cups skim milk
1 can of light condensed milk


Place strawberries in blender and blitz until smooth. Mix in milk and condensed milk.

Pour the mixture into 12 ice-lolly molds and attach the tops. Freeze for a minimum of 4 hrs until solid.
Warm the molds with your hands or under warm water to release the pops. Will keep in the freezer for up to 2 months.


Fruit Salad Ice Pop

Grape Juice
Variety of fruit

This is a no bake ice pop and these are so easy make! Plus they are really healthy, you could even have one for breakfast.
You chop and slice you choosen fruit. Then add the grape juice to to the fruit that is already placed in the ice pop molds.
freeze for a few hours! Done!

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