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Dairy free ice Lollies - does such a thing exist?

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NothingsLeft Tue 23-Jul-13 19:46:12

DS is CMPI & allergic to soy. I am really struggling to find a dairy free ice lolly . He's only 15 months so don't want something massive. Ideally a mini milk type size. Does it exist?

Pancakeflipper Mon 29-Jul-13 23:30:47

We have not had issues with Calippos but not had the Calippo Shot things.

ouryve Mon 29-Jul-13 23:32:31

Innocent fruit tubes freeze beautifully to make nice little ice pops.

superoz Tue 30-Jul-13 13:28:41

calippo shots definitely contain milk. Calippo is ok for us though says 'may contain milk' which started to appear on the packaging a couple of years ago. I emailed Walls about it and they say it's because they make it in an ice cream factory (really?!). Our dd has been ok with them.

Sainsburys sell Ribena lollies which are the size of a mini milk. I'm sure Tescos or Iceland must sell them. We also freeze the Innocent fruit tubes which they have in the fresh juice aisle of supermarkets - it turns out like a mini Mr Freeze.

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