These frozen raspberry lollies are the perfect summer treat. They're made with just three ingredients - banana, coconut milk and raspberries, and they're so refreshing on a hot day. Free from refined sugar and dairy.
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We make lots of smoothie and juice-based ice lollies in our house, but this is the first time I've used coconut milk. It makes for a really creamy result that looks and tastes a bit more like ice cream.
Pretty much any smoothie can be frozen into ice lolly moulds - it's a great way to avoid waste if you make too much. And then you have a freezer full of homemade ice lollies - result!
I love these raspberry lollies because:
- my fruit avoiding child loves them
- the kids can help me make them*
- they're incredibly creamy
- there's no refined sugar in them
- vegans and those who are dairy free can enjoy them
- just three ingredients are needed.
*Preparing food and cooking with kids is a great way to tackle picky eating. Read more about cooking with kids.
What ingredients do you need to make these raspbery lollies?
Just three ingredients are needed:
- banana (fresh or frozen - frozen bananas are extra creamy)
- raspberries (fresh or frozen)
- tinned coconut milk
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How to make banana, coconut and raspberry ice lollies
- Simply place all the ingredients into a blender and blend until smooth.
- Pour into your ice lolly moulds and freeze until set.
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Banana, coconut and raspberry ice lollies
- 80 g raspberries fresh or frozen
- 1 small banana fresh or frozen, chopped
- 200 ml coconut milk from a tin
- Blend all the ingredients together, pour into ice lolly moulds and freeze overnight.
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