Two toned fresh strawberry ice-lollies
If you can make a smoothie then you can make these fresh fruit ice-lollies. They are super nutritious containing real strawberries, banana, vanilla, yogurt and Oat Drink. If you make them in the morning they will be ready for the afternoon and can be stored in the fridge until a glorious hot sunny day - that’s if you can wait that long.
Makes 10 ice-lollies
400g Greek yogurt
100ml Oat Drink
1 ripe banana
2 teasp honey
½ teasp vanilla essence
You will need ice-lolly moulds or empty small yogurt pots and lolly sticks.
Place the Greek yogurt, Oat Drink, banana, honey and vanilla essence in the goblet of a blender or food processor and blend until smooth. (If you want to make dairy free ice - lollies substitute all the Greek yogurt with Oat Drink).
Pour half of the mixture into a separate jug. Add the strawberries to the remaining mixture and blend until smooth.
Pour the unflavoured mixture to halfway up each ice-lolly mould and place in the freezer for two hours or until just beginning to freeze.
Top up the ice-lolly mould with the strawberry flavoured mixture. Place the ice-lolly sticks in the moulds and return the ice-lollies to the freezer for a couple of hours until frozen. If you are using small, empty yogurt pots as moulds you might need to let the mixture set before inserting the ice-lolly sticks.
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