Two of our customers sharing a Raspberry Mint Lolly. We always get messages from customers saying how much our lollies remind them of happy childhood memories. It's amazing how much a particular taste can bring back floods of memories. Just the other day I tried the Milk Chocolate lolly for the first time, and it bought me straight back to the Ice Lolly truck that we used to chase down the street in summer. What's great about our wide range of flavours is they really do appeal to everyone. Which means- perhaps for the first time since childhood- you can enjoy an ice lolly in the sun.
The heatwave continues. Well, the grass is starting to look a little sad and brown but we're still not complaining. In fact, all the more reason to come home early from work and get creative with this Strawberry, Pepper, and White Chocolate Ice Lolly recipe. + The bite of black pepper in a fruit lolly is very interesting, but wearing a cap of white chocolate is truly inspired. You'll need: + + 50g granulated sugar 3 tablespoons water 450g strawberries, rinsed, hulled and cut in half a squeeze of lemon juice 30 black peppercorns, freshly ground pepper + + Put the sugar and water in a small saucepan over medium heat and bring to a simmer. Simmer until the sugar has dissolved. Put the strawberries in a food processor and blend to a purée. Add the sugar syrup, lemon juice and pepper and blend again. Pour the mixture into the ice-lolly moulds, leaving 5mm at the top to allow the mixture to expand when it freezes. Insert a lolly stick and freeze. Thank you @glance_productions for the amazing video
BIG NEWS! You can now buy your favourite Ice Kitchen gourmet lolly on Ocado. We launched in Ocado this week, just in time for the start of Wimbledon. Sit back, relax, and enjoy Strawberries and Cream Ice Lollies delivered to your door. Thank you @OcadoUK http://ow.ly/M0Ou30kExf1
Usually we make these beautiful ice lollies at one of our dip and create events, but good news, you can also make it yourself at home! First step: buy a supply of our strawberries and cream ice lollies. Next, melt some chocolate on the stove and, once cooled fill into an empty squeeze bottle. Now, squeeze the melted chocolate all across lolly, and scatter with a selection of summer berries and nuts.
Very excited that @dailymail have featured us as their top grown up lolly! Our Earl Grey Tea Ice Lolly was awarded 10/10 and Rebecca Ley says it was 'the most sophisticated lollipop I've ever tasted' http://ow.ly/GcuL30kEe0Z
If you feel like recreating a classic child hood memory go for oranges and lemons. Also makes me think of sleepy Mediterranean villages, sea and sun burns ☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️☀️