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HM Lollies

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Old Style MoneySaving
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  • but what about jubblys? what where they.  ???
    Kids who couldn't pronounce Jubilees ;D ;D
    No seriously they are the same thing.............they are now called sun lollies but are a lot smaller than they used to be and the flavours aren't as good ;D
  • i'm begining to think i have a typing impediment. :-[
  • i'm begining to think i have a typing impediment.  :-[
    ;D
  • Chris25Chris25 Forumite
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    but what about jubblys? what where they.  ???

    they were called jubblys though weren't ? not jubilees? Not that it matters, if they don't make them any more ;D
    they were large, triangular ices. I think shops sold them either frozen or liquid so you could put them in your own freezer.
    Were those red ones called Mountain Fire?
  • ArilAril Forumite
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    With the warmer weather technically approaching I spotted that Superdrug currently have a line of ice lolly moulds in store which make 4 and have the non drip feature for the very OS price of £1
    Aril
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  • calleywcalleyw Forumite
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    I use the juice from tinned fruit to make ice lollies.

    I have never made them using Yoghurt but believe that you can.



    Yours


    Calley
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  • doddsydoddsy Forumite
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    I put some squash in first and top up with hm yogurt, mix a little and freeze, it freezes in a marbled pattern and is very nice!
    regards
    Doddsy
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  • skyrocketskyrocket Forumite
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    I use my juicer to juice some apples and freeze that. Its lovely on a hot day.
  • Rachie_BRachie_B Forumite
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    ooh good price,we need some more lolly moulds :)

    i use orange juice mixed with lemonade,my sons fave fizzy lolly or summer fruits squash made up with lemonade

    any juice is refreshing though :)
  • stressedoutmumof1stressedoutmumof1 Forumite
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    I remember my mum used to make shandy lollies with my dad's hm beer and lemonade :D
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    Squares made for my patchwork quilt ~ 80 (only the "actual" quilting to do now :rotfl:)
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