Make your own ice pops

It’s summer which means lazy days outdoors with the family. Make these ice pops in just a few minutes. By Noeleen Foster

Handy tips before you start:

  • Fruit slices should be kept thin. It’s also a good idea to help guide them in and then fill up with juice after. (Visit www.zokuhome.com for more information)
  • Bear in mind that with the yoghurt lollies – the thinner the yoghurt/milk mix is, the easier they’ll freeze.

How to make the ice pops

Berry delicious (red berry pops)
We used fresh cherry juice and filled the pops with fresh pomegranate and a mix of frozen berries.

Cucumber coolie – with lemon and lime
Place thin slices of cucumber on the sides and fill with liqui fruits cooler – lemon mix and add a dash of lime juice.

Yoghurt coffee and vanilla pops
In a small jug, add equal amounts of yoghurt and milk (so that it’s a thin, easy to pour consistency) in a separate cup dissolve two teaspoons of instant coffee and 1 tablespoon of sugar with a very little bit of hot water. Add the sugar coffee mix to your yoghurt and freeze away.

Choc chip dippers
In a small jug, add equal amounts of yoghurt and milk (so that it’s a thin easy to pour mix) add 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence (chocolate chips –or your favourite chocolate roughly grated mixed all together and pour into mold.
Once retrieved from mold drizzle with chocolate.

Yogi strawberry and banana
In a small jug, mix equal amounts of milk and yoghurt. Blend or purée 3-4 strawberries with 1 teaspoon of sugar, add the puréed strawberries to the yoghurt /milk mix. Just before you pour the mix – place your thin slices of banana on the sides of the Zoku mold.

Orange strawberry surprise
Place a few thin slices of strawberry on the sides of the mold and fill with 100% fresh orange juice.

Gooseberry and litchi lollies
Place halved gooseberries on the sides of the mold and fill with 100% litchi juice.

 

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