Fruit Ice Lollies

Fruit Ice Lollies are brilliant for children as they are just pure fruit sweetened with a little sugar, so they contain no artificial colours or preservatives. They're also a great way to use up fresh fruit or berries. Tinned fruit also works well. This recipe is for strawberry ice lollies but other fruits will work such as raspberries, blueberries or peaches.

All you need is a lolly mould which you can purchase cheaply from any supermarket. You also need something to blend your fruit with like a hand blender or food processor. 

This recipe is dedicated to Joshua's gorgeous little buddy Scarlett, seen munching a strawberry fruit ice lolly below.

Fruit Ice Lollies.jpg

Fruit Ice Lollies: Makes 6 - 8 Ice Lollies:


10 mins prep + freezing time


  34p per serving*


52 per serving*

*based on 6 lollies, strawberries £1.99/400g

  • 400g fresh strawberries (or raspberries), washed and hulled
  • 50g caster sugar (or to taste)
  • 100ml water
  1. Blend all the ingredients using a blender or food processor. Sieve the mixture if you don't like pips. Taste to check sweetness.
  2. Pour the mixture into lolly moulds and freeze until solid. Use any leftover mixture to make fruit ice-cubes to add to drinks.
Scarlett eating fruit ice lollies.bmp