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Vividly coloured and deliciously fruity, these ice lollies taste as good as they look

Posted: 19 September 2011
by Junior

Makes 8

If you decide to make them when clementines are in season, use clementine juice instead of orange juice as children prefer its sweeter flavour. If you make your own fruit juices, strawberry or raspberry could replace the cranberry.


300ml (1/2 pt) orange juice
300ml (1/2 pt) cranberry juice


Half fill eight 75ml (21/2 fl oz) moulds with the orange juice. Freeze until the juice is almost solid. Push in the lolly sticks and top with the cranberry juice. Put in the freezer until frozen solid before removing from the moulds.

Adapted from Healthy Juices For Healthy Kids by Wendy Sweetser (New Holland, £9.99). 

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omg..these popsickles look so are definitely gonna love it...even such big babies like those writing our college research papers for sale...think this one gonna be on our summer corporate party menu

Posted: 12/06/2017 at 17:01

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