Lolly Maker Set
Was £10.45 - Now £7.95 - Save £2.50
Refresh the gardener, children or just treat yourself with a home-made ice lolly, thanks to our clever eight mould Lolly Maker Set...More information
Keep a batch of frozen treats stored in the freezer - all you need to do is choose what to fill them with: fruit, juice or even yogurt! The set of eight plastic moulds also comes complete with sixteen traditional wooden lolly sticks and the frame which measures 25cm L x 11cm W x 12cm D
- Lolly Maker Set measures 25cm L x 11cm W x 12cm D
- Consists of 8 plastic moulds, plastic rack and 16 traditional wooden lolly sticks
- Ideal treat for children and family
- Great for parties or entertaining
- Make lollies from home-grown fruit, juice or even yogurt
This is very easy to use and to clean. I had a similar one in the past that had one lid that covered all the lollies so if you got a stick in slightly squint it was impossible to get the lid off. This is brilliant with the separate lids. I use them for making yoghurt lollies and when frozen I fill a bowl with very hot water and immerse the whole thing up to the top of the lollies for a few seconds. Then I take the whole thing out and pull the lollies out, then take the lids off the sticks with
Watched Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall using these and thought how good they looked. This is real lolly size!! They are more robust to handle than many other designs.
It works quite well, the caps don't all snap on to the holders but they rest on OK and hold the sticks well. I made the mistake of dunking the device into a sink of hot water to get the lollies out when they were frozen. Don't do that as the bottoms melt quite a lot before the tops so a fair bit of each lolly thaws before you can pull them out. Invert and hold under running hot water seems to work quite well! Overall quite satisfied.
Why save lollies for the summer? Freezing your own fruit as lollies is a great way to get little ones excited about their five a day. With only two ingredients (2 punnets of fruit and 1 tbsp icing sugar will make 8 lollies) as shown on Hugh Fearnley's River Cottage on Channel 4 Oct 14th 2010 - his strawberry lolly recipe is one of the purest fruity fixes you'll find and this will work just as well with raspberries too!