Two yummy iceblock recipes
I’ve been having a play around with a Zoku pop maker and they are so much fun! It’s so easy to make iceblocks in minutes rather than waiting hours for them to freeze.
It’s a great way for the kids to get involved in making their own homemade ice blocks with healthy ingredients. It’s a very economical and waste-free solutions as well.
Here are a couple of iceblock recipes I came up with (but you don’t need a Zoku, you can just pop them in ordinary paddle pop moulds!)
Pine Lime Splice
2 cups chopped pineapple
1/2 cup organic coconut cream
2 tablespoons lime juice
Whizz it all together. Chill in the fridge or freezer until it’s really cold but not frozen. Pour into the Zoku pop maker and wait for seven minutes to eat or pop them in paddle pop containers and wait until they are set.
Strawberry Mint Surprise
1 punnet strawberries (1 1/2 cups or 250g)
1 cup coconut water
4-6 mint leaves
honey, if needed
Whizz it all together. Check for sweetness. If your strawberries aren’t really sweet you might need a little honey. Chill in the fridge or freezer until it’s really cold but not frozen.Pour into Zoku pop maker and wait for seven minutes to eat or pop them in paddle pop containers and wait until they are set.
Do your kids love iceblocks??? What do you put in them??