All things ice : Ice lolly recipes

 

With Summer here, we look at the best homemade ice lolly recipes to get you ready for the soaring temperatures. Each recipe makes around 6 servings depending on the size of your moulds.

 

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Ingredients

1 can of tinned peaches 

Sweet peach tea (can be homemade or bought)

Lolly mould & lolly sticks

 

Method

  1. Drain your tinned peaches (remember to keep the syrup!)

  2. Put 2-3 slices in each mould & add the peach syrup to the tea and stir

  3. Fill up each mould with the tea & syrup mix

  4. If you’re using traditional wooden sticks, put in the freezer for around 30-40 minutes, then pull out and add your sticks. Put them back in the freezer to harden fully

  5. Once frozen, remove from the freezer and run warm water over the moulds so the ice lollies pop out - enjoy!

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Ingredients

150g raspberries

100g caster sugar

1 tsp vanilla extract

500g low fat natural yogurt 

 

Method

1. Put the raspberries, caster sugar and vanilla extract in a bowl and crush the raspberries with the back of a fork until roughly broken up.

2. Mix in the yogurt and stir gently until the sugar has dissolved.

3. Pour into ice-lolly moulds. If you’re using traditional wooden sticks, put in the freezer for around 2 hours, then pull out and add your sticks. Put them back in the freezer to harden fully 

4. Once frozen, remove from the freezer and run warm water over the moulds so the ice lollies pop out - enjoy!

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Ingredients

250g cherries, stoned

200g carton Greek-style yogurt

1 tbsp honey

Finely zested rind of 1 lemon

Method

  1. Depending on the finish of the lollies, you can either mix together the ingredients in a large bowl, or use a liquidiser to whizz the ingredients until smooth.

  2. Pour the mixture into the moulds and freeze until solid. If you’re using traditional wooden sticks, put in the freezer for around 2 hours, then pull out and add your sticks. Put them back in the freezer to harden fully

  3. Once frozen, remove from the freezer and run warm water over the moulds so the ice lollies pop out - enjoy!