Traffic light lollies

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Fruit lollies in the colour of traffic lights

Homemade ice lollies with all natural fruit

15 minutes, plus cooling

Makes 6

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Recipe by: Mixer | Eat Move Learn cook

These homemade lollies look like the ones from the shop – but they’re entirely made of fruit so count towards your 5 A DAY! They’re so refreshing on a hot, sunny day – just make sure that you freeze them in advance.

This recipe is from our Eat Move Learn programme helping kids to eat healthily and stay active.

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Mixer

Recipe by: Mixer | Eat Move Learn cook

These homemade lollies look like the ones from the shop – but they’re entirely made of fruit so count towards your 5 A DAY! They’re so refreshing on a hot, sunny day – just make sure that you freeze them in advance.

This recipe is from our Eat Move Learn programme helping kids to eat healthily and stay active.

> See all our recipes suitable for young cooks

> Download child-friendly instructions for this recipe

Ingredients

  • 6 strawberries or other soft red fruit, stalks removed
  • 1 mango or other soft orange fruit, peeled and chopped
  • 2 kiwi fruit or other soft green fruit, peeled

5 A DAY: 1

Method

  1. First, put the strawberries on a plate and crush them with a fork.
  2. Put the crushed strawberry into the bottom of each lolly mould so that it comes about a third of the way up the mould.
  3. Do the same with the mango, mashing with a fork.
  4. Put the mango on top of the strawberry so the moulds are two-thirds full.
  5. Crush the kiwi with a fork.
  6. Put the crushed kiwi into the lolly moulds on top of the crushed mango. Leave some room at the top of each mould as the fruit will take up more space when it freezes.
  7. Put a lolly stick through the middle of each fruity mixture.
  8. Pop the moulds in the freezer and wait for your lollies to freeze (around 6 hours).

You can use raspberries instead of strawberries, and peaches instead of a mango


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