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Summer Fruit Ice Lollies | Recipe



Helloooo Lovelies! Everyone seems to be buzzing about Summer right now and so I thought I'd throw in an extra 'Summer Themed' post today. When I was little I used to make these little lollies all the time in the summer and so when I found these moulds at the back of the kitchen cupboard a few days ago I couldn't resist trying them out again! The ice lollies I made were super easy, all you do is fill the mould and pop in the freezer - but they're such a yummy thing to eat on a hot day and I love them! I'm not sure whether this even counts as a recipe really (since it's so simple!) but here are a few of the different types of ice lollies I made!

You will Need:


  • Greek Yoghurt
  • Mixed Berries
  • Orange Segments
  • A Kiwi
  • 1/4 Cup of Orange Juice
  • Ice Lolly Moulds (Or you could just use popsicle sticks)

Fruit Float Lolly:
Chop up your berries, kiwi and oranges into small pieces or segments. Then just fill your mould half way with water and drop the right fruit in! Once frozen, the berries dye the water a lovely pink colour which I love, and the fruit looks liek it's floating inside! Try to use lighter fruit if you don't want it to sink too far to the bottom of your lolly too.

Kiwi Lolly:
For this one, all I used was 1 Kiwi plus a quarter cup of orange juice so it wasn't too thick, and after blending it all up I simply poured it into the mould. It's such a basic one but probably my favourite out of all of them because it's so refreshing and sweet from the kiwi!

Layered Berry Lolly :
This one took a little more time than the others, but this was only to do with the layering really! For the first layer, I simply blended some frozen berries to make the bottom (my faves to use are blackberries!) then added Greek yogurt, and more berry mix. I used lighter coloured berries near the tip of the lolly and so it almost has an ombre' effect now!

Just put all of these in the freezer for roughly 2 hours and your lollies should pop straight out after!







QOTD: SUMMER VS WINTER?
Usually I'd say Winter straight away, but we've had such rubbish weather here in England lately I can't wait for a bit of sun!



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29 comments

  1. Wow, Morgs! They look so delicious! And about the last question... I guess I would choose Summer. I love summer nights at the beach, fresh drinks, sunny days...!

    I hope you are having a good weekend!

    Jeff. x | Blog | Instagram | Twitter | Pinterest

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    1. Thank you Jeff! I can't wait for Summer now hehe! x

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  2. Wow this is so so pretty :)) Inspired me to make ice lolliesssss
    Xx Sofia

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  3. Omg these look so so tasty and would be so refreshing on a hot day! Definitely up for making these, thanks so much for sharing :) xo

    ohhelloitshannah.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. Your welcome and thankyou x

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  4. Wow these look sooo delicious! Very Instagrammable too :) Definitely going to make them for summer!
    Brigitte x

    brigittehayley.com | youtube.com/brigittehayley

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    1. Hehe yep they may be popping up on my insta too!x

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  5. How come I never thought of this! Great idea thank you for sharing :)

    xx
    Ana Leote | Meet Me @ 2am

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    1. Ikr they're so simple but so yummy haha! x

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  6. These are so cute! The fruit float one is such cool idea. Fun fact, I love "ice lollies" but in NZ we call them ice blocks haha! xxx

    Mae ♥

    sweetasmae.blogspot.co.nz

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    1. That's so cool! I didn't realise you were from NZ Mae! x

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  7. Mmm..I would love some iced pops right now. I love good old sweet summer fruits on hot days, and most days, it's blistering now! So thanks so much for the recipe <3

    xx Bash |   go say   H E Y   B A S H

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  8. I've been seeing these all over internet and they look so yummy and refreshing! Thank you for sharing this with me, now I can make them by myself! Great post :)
    https://barbiegirl06.wordpress.com/

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  9. Ohhh these look really good and would be perfect for summer! www.kateejessicayoung.blogspot.co.uk

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  10. Looks so yummy! Love this post!
    Xoxo,
    Love from www.trangscorner.com {a lifestyle, fashion, beauty, and food blog}

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  11. Great for the summer when you have children and want to offer a healthy(ish) option.
    QOTD: Summer. But spring is my favorite season in general.

    Linda, Libra, Loca: Beauty, Baby and Backpacking

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    1. Yeah, the best thing about them is that they're literally just frozen water,yoghurt or fruit juice! :)

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  12. Ooh these look & sound delicious! I love making my own lollies :) Although I find them difficult to wiggle out of their moulds!
    Katie | Words By Katie

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  13. The kiwi one looks delicious!!
    http://sandrafsilva.blogspot.co.uk

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  14. These look so good! Definitely going to make some when it gets a little hotter. Thanks for sharing!

    -Emily www.coatandcoffee.com

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  15. List of things to try....oh my long list thanks to you :)
    www.comfycozyup.com

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  16. This looks so tasty. I really need to get some popsicle molds! Check out my blog.

    www.thefancyfashioncastle.blogspot.com

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  17. these look so delicious,definitely gonna try them,lovely post! x

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  18. These look so good! I will definitely be making these this summer! x
    Louise | helloteddy.co.uk

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  19. Morgan, I came across your blog just a few hours ago and I'm already in love with all your posts! I'm definitely going to have to try these soon, especially since the weather in Canada is finally getting warmer. Thanks so much for sharing. I can't wait to keep reading x | nerokrishna.com

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    1. Aw this comment literally puts the goofiest smile on my face! Thank you and I hope you enjoy the rest of my posts x

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