22 June 2017 · Fairview

Top 5 Ice Lolly Recipes

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An ice lolly is the perfect cooling treat on a warm summer's day - so fill your freezer with delicious homemade lollies to enjoy as the mercury rises.

Mango and Coconut ice lollies

To create her Mango and Coconut ice lollies, healthy food blogger Deliciously Ella mixes a ripe banana and a ripe mango with coconut milk and maple syrup.

Mango and Coconut Ice Lollies with Strawberries

Strawberry milk pops

This recipe for strawberry milk pops from BBC Good Food combines strawberries, semi-skimmed milk and light condensed milk to create a lolly which is as creamy as ice cream, but lower in fat.

Chocolate and Avocado ice lolly

Children and adults alike will enjoy these delicious Chocolate and Avocado ice lollies.

This recipe from Nirvana Cakery blends avocado and banana with raw cacao, maple syrup, lemon juice and almond milk.

Chocolate and Avocado ice lolly stacked on top of eachother

Fruit Salad ice pops

This recipe for Fruit Salad ice pops is a great way to work towards eating your five-a-day.

The recipe - from Martha Stewart -  freezes chopped peach, kiwi, blueberries and strawberries into a lolly with white grape juice to create a colourful treat.

Banana and yogurt ice pops

Follow this Good To Know recipe to create your own naturally sweet Banana and yogurt ice pops.

Keeping it simple, the recipe requires just three ingredients - banana, greek yogurt and runny honey.

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