Tuesday, 23 July 2013

Still feeling the heat, why not have an ice lolly!

Ice Kitchen

Handmade with clever flavour combinations including sweet pear and ginger, chocomel almond or roast peach, vanilla and tarragon.
£2.50 from branches of Rococo chocolates, Fri-Sun from the Real Food Market, Southbank, Sundays from Harringay Market (icekitchen.co.uk)

Icy Freshpops

Ingredients are sourced from local farmers where possible. Try Gooseberry Elderflower or Stewed Rhubarb with Vanilla Cream.
£2.50 from Stepney City Farm CafĂ©, tea room at the William Morris Gallery, Walthamstow, and Sunday at Herne Hill Market (icyfreshpops.co.uk)


Fat, gluten-free and packaged in the original iaculli tangerine fruit skins. They don’t come with a stick but are great for picnics.
£11.99 for a box of five, from branches of Partridges and Shepherd Foods (divinodessert.com)


This Calippo-shaped lolly is refreshing and made from 100 per cent coconut water ice products. Try the one with added pineapple. Best eaten mushy.
£1.39 from Whole Foods Markets, Planet Organic, and Health Matters stores (okobay.com)


The natural fruit ice lollies here are sweet but not sugary and packed with fruit juice. Cherry is by far the loveliest.
£1.80, Wagamama branches across London (wagamama.com)

No comments: