even though I’m sat here wrapped up and its really cold out side here in England,
i decided to make these Popsicles, sometimes its nice to have something cool,
also i have to remember that its not cold in other parts of the world, my older brother is in Australia and he said its so hot there hes finding it hard to cope. it so weird to think of hot weather at Christmas time as here Christmas is cold and you wrap up with woolly hat and gloves and dont leave the house with out a coat and then i think of him melting in a vest and shorts, i prefer a cold Christmas i think i feels more traditional.
but when you are inside with the heating its nice to have a cold Popsicle i made these with cranberry and orange.
you will need
fresh orange juice
water or soda
in a lolly mould (i used dariole tins)
add 1/2 full with cranberry juice and add fresh cranberries,
freeze for 10 minutes
then add orange juice, zest and water with a drop more cranberry juice and freeze again for half an hour, then add the lolly pop stick, i used branches.
make sure the twigs have been washed properly.
I saw some winter lollys with twigs as sticks at martMartha Stewart
And it inspired me
And it inspired me
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