Strictly speaking, one should syn the fruit because it's been pureed - but I have my own opinion about that!
I will continue making these through the hot weather and I MUST hunt for one missing 'sippy' handle out of the four - I won't have thrown it away. I'm now well stocked with frozen fruit after a trip to Aldi and real fruit really does make the most delicious ice lollies!!
Because the yogurt (the white part) is fairly 'set', one can make these rough layers in one go but, if using various fruits only, the first layer would need to be frozen before adding the second layer, and so on.
And then I went and spoilt it all by discovering frozen stollen in the freezer. Oh, I could kick myself now but it's too late to do anything about it except to deal with the rest of the stuff so I'm not tempted again. What a wally!
B: fresh fruit and yogurt
I have a melon that needs starting off, some rather nice satsumas and, of course, strawberries from the garden.
SW: half a syn for the yogurt
L: The other half of the quiche with some salady bits and bobs; ice lolly
SW: half a heA for cheese on the quiche, one syn for superlight mayo on the salad and half a syn for the lolly (and that's because I don't syn pureed fruit!)
D: lamb leg steak, peas, runner beans, Jersey royals; fruit salad
I treated myself to a couple of lamb leg steaks at Aldi's on Friday so am having a treat. I sort of roast them long and slow so they fall apart - purists may shudder but they are lovely. I'll mix the resulting tasty stock with a few thickening granules and some mint to make a minty sauce. As it is now the very short Jersey royal season, I'm making the most of it.
SW: up to one syn for thickening granules
Body Magic: watering and weeding down the allotment
half a heA