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Pineapple ice lollies

Summer always creams out for ice-creams and I really don’t need much encouragement to make any kind of desserts, treats so ice-creams because I love all of that stuff!
I remember making ice creams growing up. I think we simply poured some juice or squash drink into those moulds and that was it. I’m glad to say homemade ice-creams have come a long way since my childhood and I just love how many different ice-cream textures and flavours you can make at home. Ice-cream machines can be very handy but you can make many ice-creams without one too, like these pineapple ice-lollies.

As with most of my recipes they are really easy to make, tummy friendly (low-FODMAP) and healthy, so that you can feel good whilst enjoying a cool treat in the sun.

Well, I’m not sure what you are waiting for. Get them made and start enjoying 🙂

I’m off to the freezer to get one for myself!

INGREDIENTS200 g pineapple chunks, fresh or frozen1 cup / 200ml coconut cream1 tsp lime juice1/2 tsp maple syrup (optional)

1. Mix the pineapple chunks, coconut cream and lime juice with an electric hand held blender or in a food processor, (or you can hand mix if you chop the pineapple into very small pieces).

2.Taste the mix and depending on the sweetness of the fruit you can decide whether you need to add the maple syrup or not.

3. Pour the mix into ice-cream moulds and add a lolly stick. Freeze for a couple of hours and enjoy.