Strawberry and Coconut Ice Lollies

It’s looking a lot like summer! Well, not really. Not at all in England actually, it’s been raining pretty solidly all day. But making nice cold treats like ice lollies can at least help you to pretend that it’s sunny outside.

These ice lollies are perfect for children or if you’re going on a health kick as they taste really sweet and they’ve only got three ingredients, all really healthy with no added sugar.

I came up with the idea because I love those “Twister” lollies, that come with a little bit of fruity ice, a little bit of ice cream. These are the best of both worlds too, a little bit of tangy strawberry, a little bit of creamy coconut!

You might need to adjust this recipe slightly based on the size of your lolly moulds; mine are pretty small so you will need more of everything if yours are large… Just use the same proportions and you’ll be fine.

Hope you enjoy them :)

Strawberry and Coconut Ice Lollies

Strawberry and Coconut Ice Lollies


Around eight large strawberries

200ml coconut milk

Half a teaspoon of vanilla extract


  1. Crush half of the strawberries and divide them between six lolly moulds.
  2. Crush the rest of the strawberries and mix it in a bowl with the coconut milk and vanilla extract. Pour this equally between the lolly moulds.
  3. Freeze the lollies for at least four hours, preferably overnight, and then enjoy!

Makes six


3 thoughts on “Strawberry and Coconut Ice Lollies

  1. Loving your intro Emily… as I sit listening to the rain bashing the windows! :) These look lush… I must photograph my lollies before I eat them all – then I can make these :D Thanks for sharing :)

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