Homemade Ice Lolly Recipes for Kids.
Yummy food can come in healthy packages, and it's a great way to introduce your child to healthy eating. Getting kids involved from a young age in cooking is never a bad thing and there's plenty of kids food ideas to help inspire.
Ice lollies are a super fun way to get kids involved and interested in food, here’s a few 'cool' kids food recipes sure to be a hit..
Delicious Strawberry Lollies
Strawberries are typical British food and a great fruit to introduce your child to from a young age. For this you will need a box of fresh strawberries, 100ml of natural yoghurt and a teaspoon of honey (local is always a great option).
Raspberry and Watermelon Licks!
Mmm, this has summertime written all over it. You will need 50g caster sugar, a box of raspberries, 250g of watermelon and 60ml of water.
Pineapple and Pear Pops!
Sharp and sweet, these lovely treats are a hit all year round. You will need a medium pineapple (cut in to chunks), two to three pears and 10g of ginger.
Don't forget to serve them on your cutest kids dish and toddler plate, like the Munchy Play Choo-Choo plate pictured! Stay up to date and follow @munchyplay