Refreshing, delicious and healthy - these fruity smoothie ice lollies are just what you need for a hot summer's day.
When the weather is warm I try to always have a batch of homemade ice lollies in the freezer at home.
As a food-loving mum of three, there's nothing better suited to cheering up and cooling down hot and tired kids at the end of the school day.
These ice lollies are also a great use for any leftover smoothie you might have.
Follow the recipe below or simply freeze your favourite smoothie into ice lolly moulds.
Smoothie ice lollies are perfect for babies and kids
These smoothie ice lollies are so simple to make.
Simply combine frozen fruit - banana is great because it's so creamy and berries are good for nutrients and colour - and blend.
They're the perfect refreshing treat for kids for any age on a hot summer's day.
These smoothie popsicles are also great for babies - use smaller lolly moulds for young babies.
For full recipe, ingredients and quantities go to the printable recipe card at the end of this post.
To make these smoothie ice lollies you will need:
- 400g frozen fruit (ideally include frozen banana for creamy lollies)
- 400ml milk (I use oat or almond milk)
How to make fruity smoothie ice lollies
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Fruity smoothie ice lollies
- 400 g frozen fruit eg chopped banana, strawberries, raspberries
- 400 ml milk I use almond or oat milk
- Place the ingredients in a high powered blender.
- Blend on the smoothie setting until smooth.
- Pour into your ice lolly moulds and freeze overnight or for at least four hours until solid.
- Any kind of frozen fruit can be used. I recommend including banana as it makes the smoothie lollies really creamy.
- Nutritional information is approximate and is intended as a guide only.
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