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Tropical Sunshine Lollies

by Pamela Higgins
on 30th May 2017
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As the temperatures rise, it’s fair to say we start to crave light, refreshing things to cool us down: including ice cream! This vibrant recipe for these dairy-free, tropical-inspired lollies is super easy to make, healthy and are ideal for kids and adults alike.


Tropical Sunshine Lollies

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Keep in the freezer and pop one out when you are craving something cooling and sweet!

Ingredients

  • 2 frozen bananas
  • 4 tbsp pineapple chunks, fresh, tinned or frozen
  • 4 tbsp mango chunks, fresh, tinned or frozen
  • 2 tbsp coconut yogurt
  • 100ml coconut water
  • 1 tsp turmeric powder
  • 6 tbsp pomegranate seeds
  • To Decorate
  • 1 tsp coconut oil
  • 25g white chocolate (can be vegan/dairy-free)
  • 4 tsp freeze-dried raspberries
Prep Time
Serves
6

Instructions

  1. Place the frozen bananas, pineapple, mango, coconut yogurt and water plus turmeric powder into your Ninja Kitchen Auto IQ and whizz up for about 1 minute until quite thick and completely smooth. Stir in the pomegranate seeds.

  2. Spoon out and divide between 6 small lolly moulds to fill to the top, then place the sticks in. Freeze for at least 4 hours.

  3. Remove the lollies from the freezer 5 minutes beforehand then carefully remove from the moulds.

  4. Gently melt the coconut oil and white chocolate, then drizzle over each lolly and scatter over the freeze-dried raspberries. Now enjoy straight away or keep remaining lollies on a sheet of greaseproof paper in the freezer for up to 2 weeks.

Pamela Higgins

My love of healthy food was originally inspired by my commitment to fitness and wellbeing. But that's not to say I don't like a treat from time to time. It was when I started looking for healthy treats that still satisfied my sweet tooth that I realised how little there was to choose from. Despite being labelled 'healthy', many of the recipes I came across relied heavily on processed sugar and fat - which is why I decided to take matters into my own hands.
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