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100% Orange Lollies


Sweet, refreshing, cooling and absolutely delicious. These are one amazing, super healthy treat that you're going to want to keep ready in the freezer in time for the next heat wave! 


100 Orange Lollies 


Yes I behave been planning this one ever since the last heat wave. My super awesome flare mate had some ice pops in her somewhat-difficult-to-open freezer draw (yes we definitely need to defrost the freezer!) Absolutely perfect in the hot weather I decided immediately that I too needed a range of ice pops of my own!  

 100 Orange Lollies

Raspberry and pomegranate - sooooooooo good and Morrisons and doing Pom Wonderful pomegranate juice for £2 right now! Pineapple and coconut, apple and of course 100% orange juice (not from concentrate, no, from the whole fruit - what could be healthier when it comes to orange lollies?!?!?!)


 100 Orange Lollies

Orange has been one of my favourites since childhood. With my sister being allergic to dairy we often had ice lollies instead of ice cream and seriously nothing beats one made 100% from oranges!!!


 100 Orange Lollies

These oranges were super sweet - if yours happen not to be you can always add a tbsp of sweetener like agave nectar or honey.
I like to freeze my oranges slices first.  I find whipping it between creams it just a little - but his is not a necessity.
If you are short on time or prefer a firmer ice lolly just blend the orange slices and pour them into the mounds.


 100 Orange Lollies

They are super easy to prepare and store - making a great dessert on hot days!


100% Orange Lollies

Prep Time: 35 mins                  Freeze Time: 12 hrs

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Makes: 6         


5 Oranges (segmented and frozen overnight) 


     1)      Remove the orange segments from the freezer and leave for 30-45 mins.


     2)      Blend the oranges until completely smooth.


     3)      Pour into ice lolly moulds leaving about ½ cm air gap at the top so the lolly can expand as it freezes.


     4)      Put the sticks into the lollies and place them in the freezer for at least 12 hrs.


     5)      Before removing from the mould run under the hot tap for about 30 secs. 


100 Orange Lollies 

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