Strawberry milk pops

Strawberry milk pops

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(9 ratings)

Prep: 10 mins Plus freezing no cook


Makes 12

Homemade ice lollies are healthier and cheaper than shop-bought. These are as creamy as ice cream but lower in fat

Nutrition and extra info

  • Freezable

Nutrition: per pop

  • kcal107
  • fat0.5g
  • saturates0.2g
  • carbs22g
  • sugars22g
  • fibre1g
  • protein4g
  • salt0.2g
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  • 400g ripe strawberry



    Once available in Britain for just a brief period during the summer, strawberries are now a year…

  • 200ml semi-skimmed milk
  • 405g can light condensed milk


  1. Hull strawberries and blitz in a food processor until smooth. Mix in milk and condensed milk.

  2. Pour the mixture into 12 ice-lolly moulds and attach the tops. Freeze for a minimum of 4 hrs until solid. Warm the moulds with your hands or under warm water to release the pops. Will keep in the freezer for up to 2 months.

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6th Jun, 2020
6th Jun, 2020
Amazing! Very tasty and perfect to make for a hot day whilst having to be in isolation! It was no problem to make, it only took me 10 minuits to make the mixsture!
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Mark Coleman
14th Jul, 2018
OK I suppose but a very long drive to Hull for the strawberries.
22nd Jun, 2017
Lovely recipe, but it's incredibly sweet - I added an extra 250g of strawberries and it's still very sweet but tastes of strawberries at least. Personally I would use half the ratio of condensed milk next time, or double the fruit.
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19th May, 2014
check these super nice strawberry popsicle on marmite et ponpon. stay tuned it is going to be the popsicle festival with a lot of colors.
16th Aug, 2013
These are lovely but are very sweet. Still, at least all the ingredients are natural!
11th Aug, 2013
These were super easy to make and went down very well with my family. I didn't find them sweet enough for my tastes, but then I do have quite a sweet tooth! Everyone else enjoyed them though and they were quite smooth and creamy.
12th Jul, 2013
The condensed milk is full of sugar, around 40% is pure sugar!
15th Aug, 2012
great for kids to make. No added sugar either.
18th Jul, 2012
This is a fantastic recipe for kids. Totally delicious, very very easy to make, no added sugar (there's plenty in the strawberries and milks). These are a great way to get a child to eat fruit (especially if they are a little reluctant to try fruits). Love these! Eat your heart out mini milks!


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Catherine Annis
27th Jul, 2019
Can these really be 0 grams of fat - there's fat in condensed milk (light or not) and semi-skimmed milk?
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30th Jul, 2019
Thanks for your question. The fat content is low per serving and we round numbers to nearest whole number (apart from salt) so the actual fat and sat fat per serving is total fat 0.5g and sat fat 0.2g per pop.
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