Wednesday, 9 June 2021

How to use the Liewood Manfred Ice Pops this Summer

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When it comes to fun activities to do at home with the little one, our go-to always seems to fall to something baking related. He really enjoys getting to grips with different ingredients and seeing what they can become while we enjoy eating the result so it's a win-win. 

With the sun shining we turned our hands to making ice lollies especially as we had a little bundle of Liewood products arrive from Sisi & Seb, a Hampshire based children's shop. 

The Liewood Manfred Ice Pops (£26.00) are a summertime favourite and we personally love them - they're cute, they're sustainable and they make the sweetest ice pops shaped like cute animals or cool dinos. We also have the Liewood Eddie Silicone Bowls (£23.00) which you'll notice in the photos, they were super handy for keeping our ingredients in for our ice lollies! 

You can get 15% off all full-priced items at Sisi & Seb using the code ALICE15



We made mango and pineapple ice lollies and they were super easy to make. We used our Thermomix but you could also make them in a blender, anything that'll easily crush frozen fruit to a smooth consistency. 

You'll need:
80g honey
60g oat milk/milk
100g Greek yoghurt
1 tsp vanilla extract
240g frozen mango
240g frozen pineapple

Method:
Mix the honey, oat milk, Greek yog and vanilla extract together then leave in a bowl
Add frozen mango and pineapple and blitz in a blender (we used our @thermomixukandireland!)
Once the fruit is smooth, add your yoghurt/milk/honey mix and blend again
Once mixed together and smooth, spoon into the moulds and put in the freezer until set!



They're cute right? 

They went down a storm with our little one and the adults loved them too - we'll have to try a different flavour next time. So easy to use, simple to clean and they store easily because they're flat too. 

Cute animals or dinos - what would you choose?

You can get 15% off all full-priced items at Sisi & Seb using the code ALICE15

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9 comments

  1. Oh this is so cute, I need to try this, I love the little faces x

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  2. These ice pops moulds are so cute! I bet the ice pops are fun to make! x

    Lucy | www.lucymary.co.uk

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  3. Oh they're so cute and I bet they taste delicious! x

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  4. These look great. Some of my happiest memories are of cooking and baking with my mum and sisters! I bet J loved this!

    Rosie

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  5. I've heard baking is always I could option, I don't know how people manage to keep the kids entertained!

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  6. Oooh I'm going to try and ake vegan versions of these!

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  7. These are so cute! Amelia would be all over the dinosaur ones. Haha.

    Claire.X
    www.clairemac.co.uk

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  8. Cute animals for sure! These are so cute. They look so much better than the other lolly makers

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  9. These turned out so cute!


    Jasmine xx

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