Lollies on ice

Lollies on ice

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Literally takes seconds


Serves 4
The easiest recipe possible with ice lollies to help your friends chill

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  • 1kg ice cube (half a bag from a supermarket)
  • 4 luxury fruit lollies (or for however many people you are serving)


  1. For a really clever, time-saving cheat, just buy the best lollies you can, then it’s all in the presentation - thick clear glass and ice looks great together

  2. Put the ice cubes in a large plastic bag, cover with a tea towel, and bash with a hammer until roughly crushed. Return to the freezer. Once ready to serve, pile the crushed ice into a deep, narrow glass bowl or ice bucket and push in the lollies, stick upwards.

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Jack Hansford
2nd Jul, 2019
How is this a recipe?
16th Oct, 2011
not really a recipe....but a time saver;)
19th Jul, 2009
you should of made some lollies not just stick them in a tub of ice!!!
28th Oct, 2008
what next? "For a really clever, time-saving cheat, just order a take-away and put it on a plate" Would that qualify as a "recipe" too?
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