Fruity icy poles.


Ingredients (makes 6 )

  • 2 Oranges
  • Half Pineapple
  • 4 Stawberries
  • Half cup Coconut Milk
  • 2 drops Vanilla essence
  • Handful Rasberries or blueberries

Method

  1. In a blende or juice machine mix all the fruit. Optional if you want to add milk to make your icy poles creamy. I used many different variations at different times. (coconut milk, soy vanilla milk or oat milk.
  2. Blend until consistency is thick and all the fruit looks like it's disolved.
  3. Transfer it into icy pole moulds then freeze for about 4 hours.

Notes... My home made Icy poles. My Toddler goes crazy for these. It's also a great way to get your kids to have fruit if they are fussy eaters. Note: If you have leftovers this recipe also tastes great as a fruit shake.

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  • these sound fabulous… I have never made my own ice blocks

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  • Has anyone tried this without the vanilla essence? If so, does it taste good without it? Thanks

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  • I make something similar except with the coconut milk. Will have to try it this summer.

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  • Loving this idea and just brought some new moulds so yes will give this a go . So much better then brought ones.

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  • How have you kept them so orange looking with strawberries, blueberries and raspberries in them??

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  • Yumm…cool, refreshing and delightful. thanx.

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  • Im sure my 10yr old would love these. Not sure i would though. Do they have a coconut flavour from the coconut milk?

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  • Delicious for Summer – I am sold on the coconut milk.


    • Most definitely a delicious cold treat.

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  • yummo!! might make these for the arty too!!

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  • These sound really yummy ???? I think this will pass my fussy child too. It’s healthy & not processed


    • My son crys if he eats them all and theres none left

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  • THese sound so yummy, perfect for summer when ever it decides to arrive.

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  • Oh my gosh, this sounds awesome! Great, happy, healthy pops!

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  • We make fruity icy-pole a lot and also ice-cream from frozen fruit and Greek yoghurt.

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  • Such a good idea in this hot weather. You can also just freeze orange juice or other juices too.

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  • So much better than any icypole you could buy at the supermarket!!

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