Refreshing fruity peach and celery ice lollies on sticks are always welcome at our house!
I bring you summer… on a stick. It’s not a joke!
I hope, wherever you’re from, you’re having a hot summer weather. It was crazy here over the last ten days. We’ve had all weather imaginable. Snow, sleet, fog, rain, sun, wind… We planned to escape to Sarajevo during the holidays, but it was covered with snow, so we’re saving the trip for warmer times.
It took me about two days to get comfortable with doing nothing and switching to my off mode. But then it was actually kinda nice to lay back, watch some TV and not feel guilty, go walking in the snow and then biking to a nearby mountain the next day, watching the 1st of May bonfire, and squeeze in a little dance practice. It was all good 🙂
Now, to the recipe already!
I remember having ice lollies in a long plastic wraps, when we were little. For the first few moments it tasted delicious and sweet, but then after we sucked all the juice out, we were left with a block of flavourless ice. How dissapointing! That’s not the case with this lolly – all flavour, no tasteless icy leftovers.
These peach and celery ice lollies are so easy to make and it’s a nice way to get yourself or the kids to eats more fruit. Cuz, who doesn’t like an icy treat, am I right?
The idea for this recipe actually came from my husband. He said, why not pair a fruit with some unexpected greens, like celery. So we did, and boy was he right. It tastes amazing! I’m not exaggerating. This combo works so well.
Give it a try!
All that’s required is to blend all the ingredients and pass the mixture thorugh a sieve, to give it the silky texture. Wait a few hours until the lollies set and you got yourself a fruity refreshment 🙂
- 3 ripe peaches
- 25 g celery stalk, chopped
- 1/4 cup honey
- 1/2 cup water
- Add all ingredients in a blender and mix until smooth.
- Pass the mixture through a sieve. Discard solids.
- Fill the molds up to 5mm from the edge.
- Freeze for at least 6 hours.
- Number of lollies depends on the size of the molds, this recipe yields 1 + 1/2 cups of silky lolly mixture.