Kids are always more eager to eat something when they help to prepare it.  I particularly like making ice lollies with them because the process keeps them occupied for a while and during the hot summer these have been a treat for all the family.

 

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We start off with preparing the moulds on the tray provided.  Then simply use one of your children’s favourite smoothie or yoghurt or kefir to make frozen yoghurts, quick ice creams or sorbets.

 

Here we use organic smoothies that contain no GMS and are gluten and dairy free.  I particularly like them as they have no artificial colouring and are preservative free with no added sweeteners.

We tried 4 different flavours of blueberries, pear and banana, mango and mixed fruit.

Pour the smoothies into the ice lolly moulds once they are on the stand.

Cover with the lolly holder and place the tray in the freezer for a minimum of 3 hours.

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Once they are solid, remove the tray from the freezer and dip each lolly into a bowl with hot water just for a few seconds.  The lollies will slide easily out of the moulds.

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Ready to eat, enjoy and cool down.

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And the moulds can be washed in a dishwasher and we like to store them back in its own box.

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An activity enjoyed by all - and lollies were so yummy !

I use TV Bio Organic Smoothies at Sapori Artigianali  and lolly moulds by Tescoma
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