Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies: Great For Summer

Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies Recipe and images courtesy of Sparkling Ice.

Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies. Hello friends. I hope you are enjoying the warm weather? It has been beautiful here over the last few days. Almost too warm to walk out in it though, I can feel myself burning.

With the hot weather to supposedly being carried on until next week when the children break up for half term, (fingers crossed) I thought I would share an ice lolly recipe with you today.

Would you like to know how to make homemade ice lollies? because here are a few ideas if you do.

Table Of Contents:

  • Firstly, Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies Ingredients.
  • Secondly, Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies Method.
  • Thirdly, Other Recipe Ideas.
Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies.

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Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies: Great For Summer:

How about making some of these refreshing Kiwi Strawberry ice lollies?

Bursting with fruity flavour and set to cool you down while you bask in the sizzling heat. How yummy!?

Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies

How To Make Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies:

Serves: 6-8 ice lollies

Prep time: 5 minutes | Freeze time: 6 hours

Ingredients:

  • 3 Kiwi fruits, peeled
  • 100ml Sparkling Ice Kiwi Strawberry flavoured water
  • 200g strawberries

Ice Lollies Method:

  1. Roughly chop the kiwi fruit and add to a blender with 100ml Sparkling Ice Kiwi Strawberry flavoured water.
  2. Blend well and then pour into the bottom of your ice lolly moulds so that each mould is half full.
  3. Place in the freezer for three hours until set.
  4. Roughly chop the strawberries and then blend until smooth. Pour this mixture on top of the frozen kiwi mixture and then add your lolly sticks.
  5. Freeze for a further three hours until completely frozen.
Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies

Fancy trying some of these Kiwi Strawberry ice lollies? Maybe make some next week when the children are off school?

Do you have any fun plans for next week half term holidays? Nothing much planned here.

My husband has a few days holidays booked so we will be going out and maybe even a fun trip to London next week is already planned. More on that next week though 🙂

Recipes
Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies

Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies: Great For Summer:

Recipe and images courtesy of Sparkling Ice. Sparkling Ice is available across a range of major supermarkets, high street retailers and independents.

What do you think about these homemade ice lollies with fruit in them?

So what do you think? Fancy trying this recipe out?

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  • How Long Do Homemade Ice Lollies Take To Freeze? These ones take around 6 hours but this could vary from freezer to freeze, therefore I would advice to make the up nice and early if you want them that day or the night before would be better.
  • What To Put In Homemade Ice Lollies? Strawberries are always a firm favourite of ours because they are bright, beautiful and taste so yummy. Try experimenting with different fruits and berries.
Kiwi, Strawberry Ice Lollies.

If you are also looking for some more ice lolly recipes because the sun is shining brightly and you need to cool down you might also like:

Blackcurrant, Pear And Apple Lolly:

  • Blackcurrant, Pear And Apple Lolly. Firstly, how about trying these blackcurrant lolly’s out too? Yes, the sun is out today and it is beautiful. The weather forecast says it is going to be hot all week too, great news!! It has got me thinking of making some healthy and yummy treats for the children to keep them cool. Blackcurrant, Pear And Apple Lolly. So good.
  • Strawberry Orangeade Rockets. Secondly, how yummy are these? Reminds me of being a child. I use to love these. This recipe is great to make up with the kids for Summer. Strawberry Orangeade Rockets. Got to dash now as I might have to make kids and me up some yummy lollies to have over the weekend as it has forecast nice weather. So retro.

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14 Comments

  1. Susanne
    18 June 2017 / 22:56

    These look so refreshing! I have grandlittles living with us that would love these. It might be a way to get them to eat fruit. Thanks for sharing with us at Created and celebrate!

  2. 6 June 2017 / 16:50

    What a yummy Lollie! Thanks so much for sharing your awesome post with us at Full Plate Thursday. Hope you are having a great week and come back to see us real soon!Miz Helen

  3. Beverly Roderick
    1 June 2017 / 02:25

    Your kiwi strawberry ice lollies sound tasty. I love the combination of flavors. What a fun treat! Thanks for partying at Brag About It. Pinning.

  4. Danielle Siero
    29 May 2017 / 11:54

    Those sound so tasty!!

  5. SO YOU'RE THIRTY.
    25 May 2017 / 19:12

    OMgeeeee these look so goooood! I am so making these this summer! Karis x

  6. Tamar SB
    24 May 2017 / 22:47

    I love those drinks!

    • 25 May 2017 / 09:40

      Thanks for the comment Tamar 🙂

  7. 24 May 2017 / 20:51

    Yummy, will try these for my grand-daughter. x Jacqui

  8. 24 May 2017 / 19:17

    These look fantastic. So refreshing! I think I might have to give these a try 😀 x

    • 25 May 2017 / 09:39

      Thanks for stopping by Kim 🙂