CUCUMBER + GINGER + GREEN TEA ICE LOLLIES [ D.I.Y ]

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I spent Sunday doing exactly what I wanted to do, which means absolutely nothing. After the 10K race on Saturday night, all I wanted to do was relax on the couch, drink plenty of water and since it was super hot outside, it occurred to me to make some Ice popsicles with some molds I got at Ikea forever ago.

While I was in Miami, I went to a restaurant that was selling a delicious cucumber cocktail that left me so hooked, It was the first thing that came to my mind for my popsicles flavor…They are literally the easiest and most refreshing lollies for the summer and this is how I made them:

-Pre make half a jar of Green Tea and let it cool down.
-Blend or Juice the cucumber and the ginger with the green tea liquid. ( I prefer blending because you get some texture and small pieces of the ingredients as well as the juice.)
-Add the Agave Syrup (or Sugar) to make it as sweet as you like.
-Pour the mixture in the containers and freeeeeeeze!!!!!

I wanted to add mint leaves to my mixture but I didn’t have any. You can also throw anything else you like, the possibilities are endless ;) … ENJOY!

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46 thoughts on “CUCUMBER + GINGER + GREEN TEA ICE LOLLIES [ D.I.Y ]

  1. That’s exactly what I’m going to do this weekend – Ice popsicles!
    Now, I know where to get the molds! Thank you so much Andy! Have a wonderful weekend! :)

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  2. I got that same molds from Ikea, but mines are blue! hehe. I usually do ice-creams with peach or pineapple juice, but I find the tea option as a good idea, so I think I’ll try it soon! ;)

    ♥ ★ ♥ GINGER COLLAGE ♥ ★ ♥

  3. That sounds like a really refreshing treat for a hot summer day! I’ll definitely try that but without the ginger, it’s too spicy for me :)

  4. Andy, what have you use to make the lolly drawing and hand writting photo editing, it looks so adorable! *.* Could you make a blog post on that? Love your blog.
    Loads of hugs

  5. That sounds so delicious and refreshing! Must try it when it is summer in the southern hemisphere again.

    Avanti
    xxx
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