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Homemade Ice-Block Recipes

Homemade fruit ice blocks are both easy and fun for kids to help make.  Although not technically edible the molds make a wonderful gift and teamed with a couple of favorite and yummy recipes they are a fabulous option for any child.  You can get all sorts of very cool shaped molds these days, this these Bug Pops Molds. It is a great way to sneak fruit into the kids too!

Blackcurrant Berry Ices


1 cup frozen blackcurrants
300g low fat berry yoghurt
2 tablespoons icing sugar
150g vanilla fromage frais (optional)
250g strawberries sliced


Step 1 Place the blackcurrants in a bowl.  Puree until smooth.  
Step 2 Stir in half the yoghurt with icing sugar.  
Step 3 Half fill 6 pop molds with puree and freeze for 1 hour.  
Step 4 Add a spoonful of from age frays (if using) to each mold and freeze for a further 30 minutes.  
Step 5 Puree strawberries.  Mix with remaining yoghurt. Pour strawberry puree over vanilla.  
Step 6 Place lids onto molds and freeze for 1 hour. 

Melon berry pops

Puréed fruit aren't only a delicious, cool treat, they are the perfect palate cleanser – think sorbet on a stick.


400g rockmelon flesh, chopped
300g raspberries
3 tablespoons sugar


  • Step 1 Purée rockmelon until smooth. Pour into moulds and freeze for 1 hour.
  • Step 2 Purée raspberries with sugar and pour onto melon purée. Freeze for at least 2 hours. Wrap in plastic wrap to eat.

Tropical smoothie ice-blocks

The addition of dairy creaminess to these ice-blocks gives a smooth, full flavour without the full fat.


1 mango, peeled, chopped
250g pineapple flesh, chopped
1 banana
squeeze lemon juice
300g vanilla fromage frais


  • Step 1 Purée mango in a blender until smooth. Add pineapple. Blend until smooth.
  • Step 2 Add banana and lemon juice. Blend.
  • Step 3 Stir in fromage frais. Mix well. Pour into containers and freeze for 4 hours.