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DIY: Make your own floral ice lolly!


On these hot august summer days, what would be better other than an ice-lolly? A floral ice lolly of course! Our floral ice popsicles are a pretty addition to any summer garden party or bbq. Or just to have at home for when you crave something sweet to treat the heat. They are also very easy to make and a perfect activity to do with the kids!


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Tropical Mango Pansy Pop

You need

Popsicle mould


Citrus juicer


Sharp knife

Stirring spoon



1 mango

1 blood orange

1 Carton of coconut water

1 organic lemon, zest+juice

1 fresh vanilla pod

12 edible flowers (listed our favourites in this post)

Honey or agave


Here’s how

Carefully rinse the edible flowers. Remove petals or leave them whole if you’d prefer.

Scrape the vanilla seeds from the pod and zest about a quarter of the lemon. Put vanilla and zest in the jug. Pour the coconut water and juice from the lemon into the jug and stir.

Add honey to taste

Put some fruit pieces and flower petals into each mould.

Fill each popsicle with the sweetened coconut water.

Place the lid securely on the popsicles and freeze until set (about 3-4 hours minimum)


If you prefer a smoothly textured popsicle, blend the fruit, coconut water, vanilla, lemon and honey together.



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More yummy recipes..

Lemon Pop

Fresh grapefruit

Lemon, juice and zest


Honey or agave

Edible flowers (marigold and daises goes particularly well in these)


Berry Coconut Pop

Can of coconut milk

Fresh blueberries

Fresh strawberries

Honey or agave

Hibiscus flowers


Lavender Pop

Lemon mint

Lavender (Fresh or dried)

Honey or agave


What are your favourite floral popsicle recipes? Share your floral popsicle photos on Facebook and on Instagram using #lovflowers


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