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Homemade Milky Strawberry Ice lollies 🍓❤️

June 22, 2016

Yesterday was officially the first day of Summer! London is not really quite there yet as far as the weather is concerned but I am determined to get into the summer spirit.

Ice lollies have always been a favourite of mine since I was a little girl. Icy fruity sticks of yumminess to cool down with have always been a highlight of the summer months.

There are just so many varieties of ice lollies on the market at the moment sometimes it’s just so difficult to choose the healthiest for our little ones. I have made ice lollies myself in the past but they haven’t always been so successful.

Then I came across this wonderfully simple recipe on my favourite BBC Food website. My boys love anything creamy and milky and the ‘Mini Milk’ lollies have always been a firm favourite. Not only are these pops filled with fruit but they are also milky, so the added benefit of calcium and the nutrition of fruit.

Homemade is always the best alternative where ice creams, cakes and biscuits are concerned because at least you know what is going in it.

I bought these super cute ice lolly moulds from my local Waitrose store.

Ingredients – (makes 12 ice lollies)

  • 400grams fresh strawberries
  • 200ml Semi Skimmed milk
  • 405grams Light Condensed Milk

Method –

  • In a blender add the washed and prepared strawberries, milk and condenses milk.
  • Blend until completely smooth in a milk shake like consistency.
  • Carefully fill the ice lolly moulds with the mixture.
  • Place in the freezer for at least 4 hours.
  • Remove, leave to soften a little at room temperature.

Enjoy!!! My boys definitely did! xxx


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