Making iceblocks takes me back to my primary school years. It was one of those things my sister and I would always look forward to making in the summer months. The flavours we made were not particularly exciting or creative… usually orange juice or lemon juice, but it was nevertheless exciting to come home after a hot day and pull out a perfectly moulded, home made, resfreshing iceblock.
I have tried to be a little more creative with my more recent rediscovery of iceblocks… but you be the judge. The original ice block holders were much simpler… i wish i still had them.
The photos are a mish mash of a few different varieties i tried …some are of the strawberry, yoghurt and honey variety. I drizzled honey around the iceblock moulds before pouring the mixture in, but this really only works if you use frozen berries, otherwise the honey just sinks to the bottom of the mould. Others are of the berry and yoghurt variety. My favourite so far has been the watermelon, ginger beer and frozen blueberry iceblock (no photos of this one sorry).