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

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Fruity icy poles.


Ingredients (makes 6 )

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

Method

  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.

  • These sound delicious, healthy, and much Moore affordable than store brought pops

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  • Forget the kids…..i would love these

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  • Looks very nice and refreshing

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  • Can you sub the coconut milk for anything else? My daughter doesn’t like the taste of coconuts – might try coconut water

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  • My kids love icy poles in the summer and these would be a great healthy alternative to the store bought ones. Now I just need to find the moulds to use.

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  • Yum! Not only would my kids like these but I would enjoy them also.

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  • What a great idea – my kids would love to make (and eat) these.

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  • A refreshing treat on a hot Summer day!

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  • Healthy icy poles a must try I think the kids will love them.

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  • This is perfect for a summer treat. They look cute too.

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  • Yum! I want to eat these too

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  • My little one will love these for summer. Now I won’t have to share mine and eat her drool

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  • Great recipe
    For the upcoming warmer weather and a great healthy alternative.

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  • Yummy great for summer

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  • Delicious! So many different options for these!

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  • Sounds lush! A fabulous quencher for those long hot summer days. Lots of fruit so less sugar then store bought ones

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  • Very ice recipe it reminds me my childhood

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  • Perfect for these random hot Melbourne days

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

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  • Best things for summers refreshment

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