What a weekend! I know I keep banging on about the gorgeous summer weather, but I just can’t help it because it’s so lovely. At times a little sticky, but that’s what ice lollies are for! Mark and I have been playing with our new ice cream maker lately, but nothing is easier to make than a homemade ice lolly. I love store lollies like twisters and good old retro fabs, but I think making your own and playing with different ingredients and flavours is so much fun.
Here, I’ve gone for the ultimate summer flavour combo. Zingy kiwi, cooling cucumber, and a hint of floral sweetness with my homemade elderflower cordial.
They’re so easy to make and they taste delicious. It’s great to have a stock of ice pops in the freezer for a hot day and these ones feel like an exciting treat. You can get a nice effect by putting some slices of kiwi along the sides of the moulds before pouring in the blended mixture.
So, are you ready for the simplest recipe you’ll see today?
- 4-6 kiwi fruits
- 1 cucumber
- 1/3 cup elderflower cordial
Combine in a blender and freeze into ice pop moulds. Yep, that’s all.
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