Summer Pudding Ice Lollies (popsicles) are so refreshing and bursting with sweet and juicy summer berries. They are a tribute to my all-time favourite summer dessert, Summer Pudding and I’ve tried to recreate that burst of flavour in a cooling iced treat.
When I picked blackcurrants last weekend, I didn’t have time to make a summer pudding.
However, I did make a fruit compote using the summer berries and it occurred to me that this might make a good ice lolly, and that’s how I created Summer Pudding Ice Lollies, and they are a triumph!
When I went outside to take the photographs I was thrilled to find that there were a couple of ripe strawberries on the plants in my pots, they added the perfect finishing touch!
Ice Lolly (Popsicle) Moulds
I really recommend that you buy some ice lolly moulds. They are inexpensive and it’s so easy to make lollies at home. They have so much more flavour and you know exactly what ingredients have gone into them.
I love biting into these ice lollies and finding pieces of fruit. The Ice lollies are not too sweet and it really is just like eating an iced fruit compote.
More summer berry recipes from Farmersgirl Kitchen
Sensational Strawberry Pavlova is a real showstopper of a dessert.
These Strawberry Tarts are really simple to make with puff pastry
Blackcurrant Jam captures the delicious berry flavours of sharp British blackberries.
More Ice Lolly (popsicle) recipes
If you like these lollies have a look at my Chocolate Dipped Mango Mousse Ice Lollies.
Eton Mess Ice Lollies (Strawberries, meringue and cream on a stick) – Kavey Eats
Strawberry, Banana & Custard Ice Lollies – Fab Food 4 All
Rose Plum Yogurt Ice Lollies – Tin &Thyme
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Summer Pudding Ice Lollies
- 100 g Blackcurrants
- 200 g Strawberries
- 100 g Raspberries
- 50 g Redcurrants
- 180 g Sugar*
- Place the blackcurrants and redcurrants into a pan with the sugar and a tbsp of water.
- Heat gently until the sugar dissolves, the juice runs and the blackcurrants start to soften.
- Add the raspberries and strawberries and cook gently for 5 minutes more, you don't want to break up the fruit just soften it slightly.
- Take off the heat and cool a little, check the sweetness*, it needs to be sweeter than you need for eating as compote as the sweetness diminishes with freezing. If you need more sugar, add another tablespoonful and heat gently to dissolve.
- Leave until completely cold.
- Fill into lolly moulds and freeze until solid, preferably overnight.