• Makes 6
  • 20 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 6 Ingredients
  • Love


Fruity icy poles.

Ingredients (makes 6 )

  • 2 Oranges
  • Half Pineapple
  • 4 Stawberries
  • Half cup Coconut Milk
  • 2 drops Vanilla essence
  • Handful Rasberries or blueberries


  1. In a blende or juice machine mix all the fruit. Optional if you want to add milk to make your icy poles creamy. I used many different variations at different times. (coconut milk, soy vanilla milk or oat milk.
  2. Blend until consistency is thick and all the fruit looks like it's disolved.
  3. Transfer it into icy pole moulds then freeze for about 4 hours.

Notes... My home made Icy poles. My Toddler goes crazy for these. It's also a great way to get your kids to have fruit if they are fussy eaters. Note: If you have leftovers this recipe also tastes great as a fruit shake.
  • Very ice recipe it reminds me my childhood


  • Perfect for these random hot Melbourne days


  • Going to make these today to prepare for the 40degree day tomorrow


  • Best things for summers refreshment


  • These sound refreshing.


  • I would have to leave the strawberries out of one of mine is definitely allergic to them.
    While this recipe is very sweet some cannot cope with too much fructose (fruit sugar), especially if there is any tummy issues at all.


  • Perfect for summer!


  • I make daily fruity icy poles and they’re very much loved here. I often add coconut milk, coconut yoghurt or coconut cream indeed as one of my kids is on a diary free diet and it gives a rich taste.


  • I absolutely love these and used to make a version of them years ago when my son was young – strawberries mixed with yoghurt; mangoes mixed with yoghurt… the options were endless.


  • What a great vegan version, never thought of using coconut milk, I have some to use up and will give it a go.


  • A really great recipe very cool and absolutely love it thank you so much for sharing.


  • Full of fruity goodness with coconut milk, what’s not to like.


  • These look so tropical and delicious


  • Yes absolutely agree these homemade ones are a great way to get fruit into kids and healthy too. I also like the idea of mixing in milk as it adds calories and nutrients- awesome for a fussy toddler who’s intake is less than a mouse!
    Thank you for sharing.


  • Thank you so much for this…. i eill def gnna try this in summers for my toddler


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