26 Jul 2016

Strawberry Banana Popsicle Ice lollies

strawberry ice lollies popsicle

This is not cake?
I know. But you need these in your life. This recipe will break the internet, hopefully. These are super simple to make and taste heavenly in this heat-wave we seem to be having in the UK at the moment.

Do you have strawberries? A banana? A few dates, maybe? Good. You could probably even skip the dates if they're too fancy, but don't skip the ice lolly/ popsicle moulds. You will need those.
Please note that I said: "heat-wave". So we will be back to cake with cold weather in no time, right?
Good old English Weather.

Strawberry Banana Popsicle Ice lollies
1 ripe banana
7 strawberries
2 Tbsp of coconut milk (I used tinned)
2 Tbsp of water
3 dates
an ice lolly mould (with 4-5 sections)

Makes about 5 ice lollies/ Popsicles

Peel the banana, hull and cut the strawberries into quarters. Remove any stones from the dates and add all the ingredients to a blender or similar Nutribullet type device. Blend to a smooth consistency and pour neatly into your moulds. Freeze for a minimum of 5 hours or overnight.

Bee's Notes: We use the term ice-lolly more frequently than popsicle, here in the UK. But I believe they are the same thing. And I also bought a bargain mould from Robert Dyas, it did the job at only £1.99. But next time, I should fill the mould all the way to the top with the mixture, to avoid that gap between the lolly and the stick. Or these mini icepop ones were cute.

strawberry ice lolly popsicle

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