Pink Lemonade Ice Lollies – How to Eat a Rainbow

Hopeful that the sun may come out to play over the weekend last night Monkey and I made some Pink Lemonade Ice Lollies. The recipe we used was from How to Eat a Rainbow which is book written by a very dear friend of mine – Ellie Bedford.

How to eat a rainbow

How to Eat a rainbow is a collection of raw food recipes that are tasty, fun to make and help your little ones get their five a day. The recipes have been tested by children for children, its fully illustrated in the picture book style with magical fairies, pixies and elves getting up to mischief on each page. Monkey was fascinated by the pictures and kept turning the pages to see what he could find next.

How to eat a rainbow

The Pink Lemonade recipe called for the juice of 4 lemons, 1 cup of strawberries, 3 cups of watermelon and 6 cups of filtered water. One little tip here buy a small watermelon as the seeds are not fully developed so you don’t need to pick them all out!

Pink Lemonade ingredients

Monkey had great fun combining the ingredients into the blender:

Making Pink Lemonade IMG_0729

Once we had blended the mixture together I put it into ice lolly moulds and straight into the freezer. When he got home from nursery this evening the first thing he asked for was to try out his ice lollies and they went down a storm.

Pink Lemonade Ice Lollies

How to Eat a Rainbow has been nominated for a Veg Fest Award in the Best Vegan Cook Book Category. This is Ellie’s first book although she has been making raw food for six years, it has been really hard work to get it to this stage. As anyone out there who has brought a book to market knows. If Ellie were to win this award it would finally give her the recognition she deserves for all the hard work that has gone into this project. Not only that but it will make the route to market for her future recipe books much easier. Please can you vote for How to Eat a Rainbow using the below link, we would both be very grateful.

http://vegfest.co.uk/vote

Thank you for reading

Mudpie xx

a Rafflecopter giveaway – the competition has now finished however, Ellie’s books are also avaliable to buy – signed copies from Coles in Bicester and non signed copies which retail at £9.99 from The Vegan Society. 

*The winner will be drawn on 21/08/2015 at 11.59 PM. UK entrants only.

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76 Comments

  1. Mother Mands

    What a brilliant idea for a cookbook and a fantastic way to get kids interested in food and eating healthy food, I love it! I’ve tried a few raw recipes and they have been lovely, and like to have vegan meal, veggie and raw stuff in amongst our ordinary meals. I just love food and think its important to pass that enthusiasm onto children 😉 The lollies sound and look delicious!

    #foodpornthursdays

  2. Katie (Growing Up KaterTot)

    Eating clean and healthy is very important to me. I desperately want to win this book!! I entered the giveaway and voted for Ellie’s book. I do hope she wins!

    Those ice lollies sound and look amazingly tasty! I would have never thought to combine lemon with strawberries and watermelon. This is a must try! #momsterslink

  3. acornishmum

    Wow they look and sound delicious! Annoyingly neither of mine like strawberries….may have to make some just for me, sharing is overrated anyway 0;) Thanks for linking up to #PicknMix

    Stevie x

  4. Becky, Cuddle Fairy

    These are fantastic – such healthy ingredients & fun that Monkey could help make them! I entered the giveaway, fingers crossed 😉 Thank you for linking up with #foodpornthursdays x

  5. ethannevelyn

    The ice lollies looks great! My boy love making them. I sure soon shall try out this recipes too! You are very lucky to have such a gifted friend. I have voted for her. Good Luck! #PicknMix

  6. Brook Chalmers

    This recipe sounds great. Not just for the little ones, I think I’d love these lollies myself. Thanks for bringing ‘How to Eat a Rainbow’ to my attention too. I think I might just have to purchase it. Lovely post. Thanks 🙂

  7. Cheryl @ Reimer and Ruby

    This looks yummy and healthy too! My kids loves strawberries a lot so I will probably consider making one at some point. Thanks for sharing! #BabyBrainMonday

  8. pinkpearbear

    These look fab, I am loving the look of the book, we are fairy mad in this house. I’ve entered the comp but will definitely be buying this if we don’t win. 🙂 I really like the way you’ve photographed it with the flowers too. #BabyBrainMonday

  9. writerdsnelson

    What a lovely book and such a great way to teach children to cook and make healthy choices! My little one’s a bit young at the moment for this one, but my niece would love it! #TriedTested

  10. Harps

    These look brilliant! and so healthy! I’ll definitely be trying them for Arjun! Thanks for linking up to #babybrainmonday. I’ll also vote 🙂 x

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