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.

  • OOh love the combination of fruits! Yum! Summer will be here before we know it so will start making these soon!

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  • Will definitely be making these. A great healthier alternative to the sugar laden icy poles I usually buy!

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  • Always used to make our own ice blocks as my children grew up.
    So pleased to see it happening again.

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  • Looking and reading this just makes me miss summer.

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  • Love making fruity icy poles for my toddler.

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  • This could provide some good bonding time in the kitchen for us no doubt.

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  • Added this one to the list of ways to get different fruits into my fussy 4 year old! bring on the summer months so we can enjoy them!

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  • Fruity icy poles are a favourite in our household !
    There are no rules of what go is it here, just any fruits I have at home. And with or without coconut milk/cream, with/without jalna yoghurt, or sometimes just some water added, my kids just love it.

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  • We could eat these yummy icy poles anytime.

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  • These sound delicious, definitely have to try these out with the kiddies.

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  • Great idea! i’m going to give these a go!

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  • Yum I would eat all of these myself, what a great burst of flavour with these ingredient combinations and I never thought to put in vanilla essence ever! Great tip

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  • I love the combination you’ve put in here! Thanks for the fruit combo idea!

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  • It’s always great making healthy icy poles

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  • Such hot days, these will make me very popular with my kids.

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