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Friday, 14 February 2014

lollipop holidays

When making yogurt lollies, follow the same steps as you would for lollies made from fruit juice. Pour the yoghurt into lolly makers and leave them to freeze for a few hours. They may need to stay in the freezer a little longer than the usually fruit lollies. Don't forget to put the lolly sticks in as well, or you may find yourself with a bit of trouble once the yoghurt has frozen!

Raspberry yoghurt ice lollies are a favourite with both adults and children, and while you can make it using supermarket yoghurt, you may as well try making it from scratch if you have some spare time on your hands. A pot of natural yoghurt, some fresh raspberries and a bit of sugar is all you need for your own ice lollies. The great thing about doing this is that you'll know just what is going into the lollies, and everything is natural and good for you.

First of all, you'll need 150g raspberries, 100g caster sugar, 500g natural yoghurt and 1 tsp vanilla extract for some extra flavouring. Put all the raspberries, sugar and vanilla extract into a bowl and crush the raspberries with a fork until they are crushed properly and mixed in with the sugar. Next, mix in the natural yogurt and stir it until it is mixed in well with the caster sugar.

The final thing to do is put them into ice lolly moulds and freeze them for roughly around six hours. You'll have your very own home-made yoghurt lollies that will impress your family and your guests this summer!
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and this nice blog about lollipop Visit: Icelolly and lollipop Travel.