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Raw Vegan Blonde’s Healthy Ice Lollies

Amber Locke Founder of Raw Vegan Blonde
Amber Locke
Founder of Raw Vegan Blonde

Having garnered a keen Instagram following thanks to the vibrant fruit and vegetable collages she posts under the name Raw Vegan Blonde, raw food convert Amber Locke is now a published food writer and artist.

"These super-healthy rainbow lollies are brimming with natural goodness, making them a guilt-free treat for summer."

Raw Vegan Blonde’s Healthy Ice Lollies Recipe

Ingredients

Each recipe makes around 8 ice lollies

For orange and passion fruit ice lollies:
6 oranges, juiced
4 passion fruits, seeds scooped out

For green juice ice lollies:
4 large handfuls chopped kale
2 green apples
1 pear
1 large lemon
3 in piece of fresh ginger

For watermelon ice lollies:
½ medium watermelon, flesh diced into large chunks

For strawberry and almond milk ice lollies:
500g fresh strawberries
800ml fresh almond milk

Method

For orange and passion fruit ice lollies:
Combine the juice and seeds and freeze in ice lolly moulds. To create a layered effect, place two teaspoons of passion fruit seeds into each mould, allow to freeze for a couple of hours, and then pour in the orange juice and freeze overnight.

For green juice ice lollies:
Juice all of the ingredients together and pour into ice lolly moulds. The fresh ginger offers a spicy kick, so if you prefer a milder taste, you can reduce the amount.

For watermelon ice lollies:
Blitz in a blender or use a food processor fitted with an 'S' blade and pulse until no large chunks remain. Pour the watermelon juice into ice lolly moulds and freeze. These lollies also taste great with the addition of fresh mint or basil.

For strawberry and almond milk ice lollies:
Simply blend in a blender, or use a food processor fitted with an 'S' blade, until the strawberries are almost completely blended with the milk (but some small chunks still remain). Pour into ice lolly moulds and freeze. This makes a really creamy ice cream-style lolly – you wouldn’t believe it wasn't dairy- and sugar-free!