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31Jul

I love blackberries and the fact they grow wild in the garden. I have been searching for the best healthy recipes using blackberries, and will write a blog on this soon. For today’s blog however, I decided to make some fruity ice lollies made from no-added-sugar strawberry whip and fresh blackberries. The kids all loved them – perfect for a summer’s day, and so so simply (no fancy ingredients) and makes a great alternative to plain fromage frais / yoghurt and fruit.

Instructions

1. Make up a packet of strawberry whip according to instructions (this usually involves adding the packet to 300ml (1/2 pint) of milk. Use semi-skimmed milk for adults or over 2s. Use whole milk (blue top) for under 2s

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2. Add 200g of fresh blackberries and lightly whisk in (don’t blend, but make it so that the blackberries are roughly chopped in) –  used an electric mixer for about 5 seconds to do this

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3. Spoon mixture into lolly moulds and freeze

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