These delightful iceblocks are so easy to make! And fancy hiding some Kale in there that the kids will never spot!
I use the thick set coconut cream from very high fat tinned coconut cream. The Nakula Organic brand has about 62% fat ratio so I can get 250g from 1 tin. Depending on the brand you use, you may need to use 2 tins of coconut cream to get the amount needed.
For a hot summery Christmas afternoon, these pretty blocks are set to delight! Saying Christmas all over, they will surely lighten the palette and refresh everyone after a big Christmas lunch!
You can use whatever sweetener you prefer. There is very little sweetener in each block, i love that! Enjoy!….And Merry Christmas!!
- 250g Strawberry's
- 25g Raw Honey
- 1 tsp Lemon Juice
- 1 Can Coconut Cream (set in fridge for at least 6 hours)
- 20g Honey
- 40g Kale (trimmed & de-veined)
- 1/2 Avocado
- 2 Kiwi Fruits
- 20g Honey
- 20g Coconut Cream
- 8 Iceblock Moulds (I used a 6 Star Mould for these and refilled them to make the last 2)
- For the strawberry layer, place the strawberries, honey and lemon juice into the Thermomix and blend 10-20 Sec/Speed 7.
- Pour into moulds and place into the freezer to set for an hour. Once almost set, insert a popsicle stick into the ice block, leaving enough sticking out the top for people to hold onto once finished.
- Once the coconut cream has set, open the tin and scoop out all the thick cream off the top and place into the Thermomix. You will eventually reach a more liquid watery fluid. Save this for smoothies. You should end up with 250g thick coconut cream. Insert the butterfly and whip 1 Min/Speed 4. Add the honey and mix just a few seconds to combine on Speed 4.
- Pour evenly into the moulds and then place back into the freezer to set for at least 1-2 hours.
- Place the kale into the Thermomix and blend 5 Sec/Speed 8.
- Add the avocado, kiwis, honey & coconut cream and blend 10 Sec/Speed 5.
- Pour into the moulds as the final layer and leave in the freezer to completely set.
- Once set, take out of the moulds and serve as a refreshing treat for a hot Australian Christmas!