Homemade ice lollies are easy to do and fun to make - find lots of recipe ideas for fruity ice-lollies and frozen yogurt ice pops.
Homemade ice pops are easy to do and great fun for the kids to help out with. You can vary the flavour so easily by changing the fruit or yoghurt that you use. I also use jelly in mine which makes them more stable! If you enjoy making them - it's worth buying some plastic ice pop moulds. They're not expensive.
This recipe is great for people who are following a dairy free diet, but anyone and everyone is sure to love them.
Make these addictive and cooling homemade ice pops in the summer with the kids. It's a relatively healthy and cooling treat!
After experimenting with different flavours, I loved the texture and taste of this creamy coconut and banana ice pop. Taste the mixture before you freeze it and add more honey to sweeten it.
We used to make these all the time as kids. You can vary the flavour of these simple ice pops by changing the type of fruit but I find that berries and ripe peaches work best. You can push the fruit through a sieve after you blend it if you like but it's nice to have bits of fruit.
All you need is coconut cream and chocolate-hazelnut spread (such as Nutella®) to make these rich and decadent ice pops.
Any berry fruit will work well but I love the colour of blackberries, and they only make a short appearance every year so I like to make the most of them. Make as ice cream or pour into ice pop moulds
These easy ice lollies are a delight to make with the kids. Made with jelly, they're sure to set easily and are pretty to look at, too!
Everyone can enjoy these ice pops that contain no refined sugar. They are made with three kinds of fresh berries, a natural sweetener and Greek yogurt.
Make this cool, chocolaty treat with the kids for a fun and tasty summer project. Get creative, if you like, and use a variety of chocolate for the chunks - white, milk, Aero®, Maltesers® - the sky's the limit!