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#PopsicleWeek: Passion Fruit Ice Lollies

June 21, 2016


Remember a few days ago… when the weather was hot, and faces beamed with a sense of euphoric carefreeness? It’s kinda a distant memory now… It’ll be back, I’m very positive about it. But as soon as the sky gets all grey again so do people’s faces in Berlin… Everyone’s like “Why the HELL do people with bikes bring them on the ubahn?? Either cycle or take the ubahn… doing both is just madness” (that was me).

My friend gabs received a WhatsApp message with my sentiments and replied ” Oh my hat trish. You’re vocalising a long standing rage issue for me”
Haha… I swear a few days ago gabs and I were happily hopping along high fiving cyclists and bus drivers as blossoms floated through the air… Ok… so maybe not, but the weather has its impact is what I’m saying.

BUT for when the sun shows its gorgeous face again, here are my two favourite ice lolly / popicle recipes for you. Inspired by Billy’s Popsicle Week… I wanted to get involved!



ice lollies


  1. Yoghurt
  2. Honey
  3. blood orange juice
  4. passion fruit


  1. Take your ice lolly moulds and estimate how much you'll need to fill them (everyone has different moulds.. so I'm not going to put measurements on it)
  2. The yoghurt will take up two thirds of each ice lolly, so add as much yoghurt as you'll need to a bowl and a tbsp of honey per 300 ml of plain yoghurt. Stir in thoroughly.
  3. Scrape the seeds out of some passion fruit.
  4. Add the passion fruit to the bottom of the moulds and then add the yoghurt on top. Freeze for 1 hour and then add the wooden sticks in. Then freeze for another 5 hours.
  5. For the blood orange ice lollies, add the yoghurt first and then the blood orange juice. Freeze for 1 hour and then add the wooden sticks in. Then freeze for another 5 hours.
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  • Reply Em June 23, 2016 at 4:05 am

    Ice lollies!!!! I’ll never get over how uncool “popsicles” sounds comparatively. These are all kinds of pretty!

  • Reply Sarah @ Snixy Kitchen June 23, 2016 at 5:02 am

    I love the simplicity of these pops! And the styling of these shots – that tablecloth looks so perfect for the passion fruit tips!

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