Tillie's fruity lollies

Tillie’s fruity lollies

Tillie loves lollies. So I’ve been inventing lolly recipes. Lollies are the perfect treat on a hot summers day. When it’s hot I walk. Tillie doesn’t often walk. I usually trot around. But when it’s hot and I’ve been sunbathing I have to walk to a cool spot. Tillie’s lollies are the perfect way for Tillie to cool down when it’s hot.

Here’s Tillie’s fruity lollies recipe for you to enjoy too …

Here’s what you need to make Tillie’s lollies …

  • A bowl
  • Some natural yoghurt – we love St Helens Farm Goats’ Milk Yoghurt
  • Some fruit, fresh or frozen – we used raspberry and blueberry.
  • A spoon.
  • Some ice cube trays or lolly moulds.
  • A freezer.

What about quantities? Well that depends on how many lollies you want to make and what size. Just mix some ingredients up and take it from there. You probably only need one bowl, one spoon and one freezer if that helps.

Here’s what you do to make Tillie’s lollies …

  1. Put the yoghurt and fruit in the bowl.
  2. Mix it all together with the spoon.
  3. Spoon the mixture into ice cube trays or lolly moulds.
  4. Lick the bowl clean and put it back in the cupboard.
  5. Place the ice cube trays or lolly moulds in the freezer.
  6. Freeze the lollies.
  7. Take the lollies out of the freezer when you want to eat them, like when its hot.
  8. Let the lollies soften a little bit. They go nice and creamy.
  9. Eat lollies.

Tillie's lollies - raspberry and blueberry

The healthy stuff …

Goats milk yoghurt¬†is highly nutritious, contains essential vitamins and minerals and is lower in lactose than cow yoghurt, therefore doggies with lactose intolerance (like me) might get on better with goats yoghurt. I love it. It’s easy to digest and tastes delicious.

Blueberries are a nutritional powerhouse containing antioxidants, fiber and phytochemicals.

Raspberries are low in sugar and calories but high in fiber, manganese, and vitamin C. Raspberries are an excellent source of dietary fibre which helps improve our digestive system

That’s it really. Tillie’s lollies. Done.

Here’s a recent batch of lollies we made yesterday – raspberry (the pinky ones) and blueberry (the purple ones).

Tillie's fruity lollies

Tillie's fruity lollies

I think Tillie’s lollies would also be perfect as a pudding after Tom’s Burgers.

I wonder what a tuna lolly would be like? Tillie’s going to invent some savoury lollies next.

The end.

Tillie x



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