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make your own ice lollies

Looking for a way to cool down on a hot day, but don’t fancy cuddling an ice block or attaching a fan to your head? Not to worry - we’ve got a tastier fix. 

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you’ll need 

for the moulds 

yoghurt pots, paper cups, a muffin tray or ice lolly moulds from the shop 

for the lollies 

juice, smoothie, chunks of fruit, yoghurt, granola, or anything else you fancy   

Step 1

Mix or blend your ingredients together. If you’re using a homemade mould, you’ll need a thicker mixture to help your sticks stand upright. 

blending fruit

Step 2

Pour the mixture evenly into your ice lolly moulds.  

pouring out blend

Step 3

If you’re using a homemade mould, pop your sticks upright in the middle of each one.  


mould in freezer

Step 4

Put them in the freezer and leave them for a few hours, or until they’re completely frozen.  

Gently take them out of their moulds, find a deck chair and some shade and get stuck in.* [homemade ice lollies with sticks in mould]

complete icelollies

*try not to get brain freeze 

top tip: 

We’ll let you in on a secret - you can skip all those steps and stick one of our kids smoothies or juices in the freezer. Leave it for a few hours, snip off the top and you’ve got yourself an innocent ice lolly. Bon appetite. 

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stuff to do this summer

The sun is finally here (maybe), so enjoy the hottest (maybe) season with these shiny activities.