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HM Lollies

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • sarahsarahsarahsarah Forumite
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    Ooooh I want some next time I go to Lakeland!

    I would clean them with a bottle brush for baby bottles...
  • LJMLJM Forumite
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    they had lolly moulds in our local poundshop last week i had some anyway i like putting orange juice in mine
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  • We've just bought a mould for 89p from B and M Bargains, which makes six lollies :)

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    se999 wrote: »
    I just wonder how easy the lakeland ones are to clean, unless you can turn them inside out to clean. I doubt with the shape if they'd clean in a dishwasher. The B&Q ones look good, except for not being OK for the dishwasher either, but at least you can get to it relatively easily to clean.

    Silicone cleans really easily in my experience, so I should think they'd be fine.


    I know you can get the normal ones in poundland and the like, but I don't think I'd really have the room in the freezer for them. :o
    A waist is a terrible thing to mind.
  • kazwookiekazwookie Forumite
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    Looking to buy some lolly moulds, so gonig to pinch sonme of your ideas on this thread!!
    :) Sun, Sea :)

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  • kazwookiekazwookie Forumite
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    The lakeland stuff just seems so expensive.

    I 'think' B & Q have some at a cheaper price, they are only going to get used a could of times per year, when OH's GS (2) visits,

    Some great ideas for lollies as well, thank you
    :) Sun, Sea :)

  • DizzyK_2DizzyK_2 Forumite
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    Yoghurt pots?
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    I make up a small bottle of orange squash in a plastic drinks bottle and stick it in the freezer so it gets really almost like a slushypuppy then sit and sip on that.You can rest it on your forehead to cool down as well.
  • pinguapingua Forumite
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    We bought some in morrisons last year which are still going strong. check the supermarkets ???
  • DustykittenDustykitten Forumite
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    This may seem OTT but measure the depth of your freezer drawer before buying. I had some really cheap ones from Tesco which were too tall.

    Ones with a very sturdy handle are best with a solid case to catch the drips.

    Elderflower cordial (about Half and Half with water if it is the homemade stuff) makes delicious lollies
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