Soothing Ice Lollies By Siobhan Berry
These Strawberry & Vanilla Baby Ice Lollies are so creamy, deliciously fruity and are perfect to serve to your weaning baby... what more could you want! With only two ingredients, you can get these made and into the freezer to set in a matter of minutes. Enjoy them on a hot day, or simply as a healthy treat the little ones will absolutely love!
- Place strawberries and yoghurt into a blender and blend until smooth. If you wish to add texture don't blend all the way, but for a baby make sure to blend all the way.
- Pour the mixture into your ice lolly moulds and freeze overnight.
Green smoothies are a fantastic way of getting greens into your diet. They also make great ice lollies for the kids and teething babies too!
Packed full of healthy goodness, these green smoothie lollies are refreshing and ensures that your kids are getting their daily greens.
Cook time: No cooking required
Makes: 4 Adult portions
Place all of the ingredients into a smoothie maker or blender and blend until everything is combined.
Pour out a glass for yourself to enjoy and place the rest into ice lolly moulds and pop in the freezer for your little ones.
Siobhan Berry is the founder of Mummy Cooks. Her mission is to empower and educate parents about feeding their children healthy, homemade food ensuring they grow into happy, healthy, adventurous eaters. The Mummy Cooks product range supports this with a weaning set to help parents portion and store baby’s food, a food flask to safely carry food while out and about and two best-selling recipe books packed with advice and recipes for baby and older children.
Siobhan has written three books; her first Baby & Family recipe book is heralded as the weaning bible for families starting out on their exciting journey. She has recently updated this with a 2nd version packed full of up to today advice and recipes for the entire family. Siobhan also published her Lunchbox Made Easy recipe book to help parents navigate the tricky area of feeding older children.
Siobhan is a familiar face on Irish TV and media and makes regular appearances on Ireland AM breakfast television show promoting tasty and healthy dishes for families.
Siobhan lives in Dublin, Ireland, with her husband Dave and daughters Ashleigh & Jessica.