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HM Lollies

edited 30 November -1 at 12:00AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • ceridwenceridwen
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    OOH...looks like I'm changing that for something else then.....hmmm..."real" maple syrup perhaps..theres a couple of other "real" syrup things in my "real" health food store...will investigate...

    Thanks for that.
  • pinguapingua Forumite
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    Homebargins 49p for the moulds with 6 pastic stick/holder things.
  • LIDL are doing the silicon moulds at the moment.

    Couple of pounds for a mould that does 6.

    Might treat the kids (OK me too!!) to a set this week as they've been fab about our storecupboards challenge

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  • I picked up some silicone 'popsickle moulds' in poundland today. They are a reusable version of the kind of container a calippo lolly comes in (push up type) and I'm looking for lolly making ideas!

    So far I've just put in a tub of strawberry yoghurt in them to freeze tonight, Not sure if that will work but i'll give it a go.

    Are there any lolly makers out there with nice recipes for me to try?!!
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  • Uniscots97Uniscots97 Forumite
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    try Tesco Value lemonade (or similar) they are really nice, you can add some diluting juice to it if you want.
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  • vl2588vl2588 Forumite
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    Ooh sounds great. You could try making a smoothie with banana + other fruit :)
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  • alys_fowleralys_fowler Forumite
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    in the past for my girls ive made fruit smoothies and froze them/lemonade/orangejuice i also like popping chopped up fruit in and topping up with lemonade they are very refreshing
    I am a stay at home mum with a passion for life and all things crafty:xmastree::santa2::xmastree:
  • Pink.Pink. Forumite
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    Hi thisuseridistakenagain,

    Yoghurt works well, as do fruit juices and fruit smoothies. This recent thread has lots more ideas:

    HM Lollies

    I'll add your thread to that one later to keep the suggestions together.

    Pink
  • angeltreatsangeltreats Forumite
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    Butterscotch Angel Delight! Or the vanilla Tesco version :D
  • Fi2000Fi2000 Forumite
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    Hi

    I am new to this forum. Thisuseridistakenagain posted a very helpful message about buying up some silicone 'popsickle moulds' in poundland (a reusable version of the kind of container a calippo lolly comes in). I tried to send Thisuseridistakenagain a message about their post but my sent items box indicates I have sent mno messages so in case I failed to send it and on the offchance someone else online can help I thought I would post it as a general message here (hope that is ok).

    When I looked for the calippo style moulds online - I couldn't find any ice lolly moulds on the Poundland website and from other places they tend to be about £5 each when you add in postage. Does anyone now if the Poundland moulds are like the ones lakeland do?
    (product 13025)

    If yes - it is brilliant news and thank you - you will have saved me £'s! Are all the Poundland shops are likely to do them?

    Sorry for the questions - it must look like I am very lazy not to just go to the shop to check but I am disabled and very sick and am mostly fed by artificial nutrition and fluids into my veins. Ice lollies are the one thing I can tolerate quite easily and I wanted to make my own. Before I send my Dad who is 81 on a Poundland mission I wanted to check we are talking about the same style moulds and that they are likely to be in most Pondland stores!

    Thank you! From Fiona
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