Ice Lolly Alternatives!

Ice Lolly Alternatives!

May 22, 2015

As the weather turns warmer children love ice-lollies and steering away from high sugar, processed options is not always easy. Here are some great healthier alternatives that children love to create and adults also enjoy eating!

Kiwi Choc Pops:

Cut kiwi into slices, put on sticks and freeze, melt dark chocolate, spoon over the frozen kiwi, allow a few seconds to set and enjoy.

Kiwi choc pops

Banana Coconut Lollies:

Blend together: The flesh of 1 ripe avocado, 1 tbs. natural yoghurt, 1 frozen banana, squeeze of lime juice and 200 ml of coconut milk. Pour into lolly moulds and freeze for at least one hour before serving.

Banana coconut lolly


Strawberry Snow Pops:

Cut stalks off strawberries, put onto a stick and freeze, once frozen cover in natural Greek yoghurt and desiccated coconut. You can eat straight away or refreeze, just allow 10 minutes for them to soften if eating from frozen.

Strawberry snow pops

Frozen Fruit Sticks:

Push fruit such as, strawberries, blackberries, grapes, blueberries, raspberries, onto kebab sticks. Wrap in parchment paper and freeze for at least an hour. Eat straight from the freezer.Frozen fruit sticks


Don’t forget my amazing guest recipe from Hemsley and Hemsley for Pea and Mint Choc Lollies.

hemsley and Hemsley and The Food Teacher

Hope these give you a starting point. If you have your own tried and tested ideas please comment below and share.

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