Sugar free, dairy free, vegetarian, homemade and delicious – my kids gobbled up these easy and tasty banana, coconut and raspberry ice lollies in no time at all.
We make lots of smoothie and juice-based ice lollies in our house, but this is the first time I’ve used coconut milk and it makes for a really creamy result that looks and tastes a bit more like ice cream.
We’ve reached the stage now where R, who is four yet hasn’t eaten a piece of fruit since he was a baby, will happily help me make these and eat them knowing full well what is in them but if your picky eater objects, just make them when they’re not around and don’t tell them what’s in it!
You can freeze any smoothie into lolly moulds and it’s a brilliant way to use up leftover smoothie mix if you make too much.
If you like this you might also like these chocolate orange ice lollies with hidden sweet potato or this two ingredient strawberry banana ice cream.
Here’s how to make these banana, coconut and raspberry ice lollies:
Banana, coconut and raspberry ice lollies
Sugar free, dairy free, vegetarian, homemade and delicious - my kids gobbled up these easy and tasty fruity ice lollies in no time at all.
- 80 g raspberries fresh or frozen
- 1 small banana chopped
- 200 ml coconut milk
Blend all the ingredients together, pour into ice lolly moulds and freeze overnight.
I’m entering this into the #FamilyFoodies July challenge, Chill Out, Baby!, which is hosted by the lovely bloggers over at Eat Your Veg and Bangers & Mash. and also into the Recipe of the Week linky hosted by A Mummy Too.