8 Vegan Ice Lollies To Cool You Down This Summer 🌞

Posted on July 27 2018

8 Vegan Ice Lollies To Cool You Down This Summer 🌞

The UK heatwave shows no signs of slowing down with weather set to hit 37 degrees around some parts of the country this month. Whether you are a sun-worshipper or sun-avoider, sometimes there is nothing more satisfying in the hot weather than a nice ice lolly. So, we here at Baking Time Club have put together a list of 8 delicious vegan ice lolly/popsicle recipes for you to try, that’ll cool you down this summer!

Chocolate Banana Breakfast Popsicles

 

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Ice lollies for breakfast? Don’t mind if we do! The first recipe on this list is for these amazing chocolate and banana breakfast popsicles. These are made from frozen bananas, unsweetened coconut yoghurt and chocolate protein powder. This recipe is packed full of potassium and protein making it a perfect way to get refreshed before a morning workout.

 

Mango Coconut Cream Popsicles

 

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Next up we have these gorgeous mango and coconut cream popsicles. Mango and coconut are both summer staples making it a perfect flavour combination for a refreshing ice lolly. This recipe is made from just 4 ingredients (mangoes, coconut milk, coconut flakes and maple syrup) and is a stress-free way to cool down this summer.

 

Pistachio Gelato Pops

 

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Thirdly on our list we have these vibrant pistachio gelato pops. These are made from ingredients like mint leaves, lemon, coconut flakes, coconut and of course pistachio nuts. This recipe is perfect if you want a fancier ice lolly to cool you down and look especially good due to crushed pistachio nut topping.

 

Tropical Coconut Chia Pops

 

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Fourth on our list we have these sensationally tropical coconut chia flavoured ice pops. The colours on these are so nice and will make you feel like you’re on a desert island as you take your first lick! This recipe features chia seeds, maple syrup, vanilla extract, mango, coconut milk and dragon fruit making it a perfect blend of fruity and sweet flavours.

 

Rhubarb & Elderflower Ice Lollies

 

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Coming up next on our vegan ice lolly list we have these tasty rhubarb and elderflower ice lollies. These ‘english garden’ themed flavours go really well together in terms of taste and the sensational bright pink colour they produce. This recipe is made from rhubarb juice, elderflower cordial and nothing else making it the simplest recipe on the list!

 

Banoffee Ice Cream Pops

 

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The sixth popsicle recipe on this list is for these creamy banoffee ice pops. Everyone loves banoffee and these ice pops are the perfect light way to get some of these flavours without having to cook up something heavier like a vegan banoffee pie. This recipe is made from frozen bananas, date paste, granola and caramel sauce to drizzle over for the finishing touch. Delicious!

 

Matcha Coconut Ice Lollies With Berries

 

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The second from last recipe is for these delectable matcha coconut and berry ice lollies. These are perfect for people of all ages providing both great taste and a delicious level of natural sweetness. These are made from coconut milk, matcha powder, maple syrup, raspberries and cherries. We love the colour contrast on these with the pink from the berries and the bright green from the matcha powder!

 

Lavender Lemonade Popsicles

 

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The last recipe on this ice lolly themed list is for these appetising lavender lemonade popsicles. Nothing is more refreshing on a hot summers day than an ice-cold glass of lemonade, and this recipe manages to give you that same feeling. They are made from lemons, sugar, water, and culinary lavender.

 

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