Dip these fruity ice lollies in natural food colouring then encourage kids to start scribbling
Prep:10 mins Cook:20 mins
Nutrition per serving
50ml sugar-free blackcurrant cordial
50ml sugar-free orange cordial
5 tsp each red and orange natural food colourings, plus extra for painting
50g strawberries, chopped
a few red grapes, halved
Ice lolly moulds
Ocado sell umbrella lolly moulds (£5 for a set of 6), that are perfect for the pen shape, but any thin ice-lolly set will work.
Pour each cordial into a separate jug, and add the corresponding food colouring. Stir in 100ml water. Put the blueberries, strawberries and grapes into the ice-lolly moulds and pour the blackcurrant mixture up to the brim of 3 moulds. Pour the orange cordial into the remaining 3 moulds. Freeze for 4 hrs.
Remove the lollies from the moulds and dot extra food colouring onto a dish. Dip the lollies into the colouring and use to draw on clean paper – while enjoying the lolly at the same time.
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