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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?

SummerHoliDidi Tue 23-Jul-13 19:47:23

You could always get an ice lolly mould and make your own using juice.

GrimmaTheNome Tue 23-Jul-13 19:54:12

There are loads of fruit ice lollies around. But making your own is easy and then you'll know exactly what's in it - a lot of the commercial ones will be very sugary.

NothingsLeft Tue 23-Jul-13 20:00:32

I've looked for fruit juice lollies but can't really find any that are milk free unless they are adult size. Mostly looked in tesco & the co-op.

Ideally I would like to make my own. I need to send a couple in to nursery but can't find individual moulds, only sets which won't fit in their freezer.

AnitaBlake Tue 23-Jul-13 20:00:41

We tend to buy the cheap supermarket own-brand water ice types. Sugary but its a treat!

Pancakeflipper Tue 23-Jul-13 20:02:22

Aldi had smallish dairy free lollies ( smaller versions than getting one from the icecream van).

Bonkerz Tue 23-Jul-13 20:08:21

Asda smart price are mini milk size. 8in a pack for 69p and my cmpi ds is living on them in this heat! Also loves rocket lollies!

CokeFan Tue 23-Jul-13 20:10:43

Ice pops? Mr Freeze, for example, does not contain any animal products (according to their website )

That way you could send them in not frozen and have nursery freeze them as necessary.

GirlWithTheDirtyShirt Tue 23-Jul-13 20:15:14

Waitrose Essentials own brand ice lollies are dairy free and about the size of a mini milk.

GrimmaTheNome Tue 23-Jul-13 20:15:20

Could you make a set, take them out of the mould and send one in to nursery in a Ziploc bag or suchlike?

NothingsLeft Tue 23-Jul-13 21:00:19

Great, thanks I will head out of tesco!

Not heard of ziplock before but will order some.

babybarrister Tue 23-Jul-13 21:25:59

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CreatureRetorts Tue 23-Jul-13 21:28:24

How do you send them into nursery without them melting confused

NothingsLeft Tue 23-Jul-13 21:39:56

Just google the innocent tubes a d they look perfect. I can just pop a couple in their freezer, thank you!

OHforDUCKScake Wed 24-Jul-13 14:24:54

My son is anaphylactic to both milk and soya and we buy ice lollies from tesco. They are the same size and shape as mini milks. 67p a box, no bad stuff, colours or sweetmers.

OHforDUCKScake Wed 24-Jul-13 14:25:45

Here we go.

Cely56 Sun 28-Jul-13 17:31:01

I make my own with natural unsweetened fruit juice.

boxoftricks Sun 28-Jul-13 17:52:37

We have these from waitrose

OHforDUCKScake Sun 28-Jul-13 18:15:35

Strangely, they contain wheat??

OHforDUCKScake Sun 28-Jul-13 18:15:49

(Waitrose ones, not the tesco ones)

youarewinning Sun 28-Jul-13 21:45:11

OHforDUCKScake I buy those for DS (who isn't actually CMPA!) who loves them. He's been living off them in this heat and CAN demolish a whole box in 2 days wink

Bonkerz Sun 28-Jul-13 23:14:11

Beware calippo and calippo ice shots as they contain milk protein....... I made the mistake of assuming a fruit ice lolly would not contain milk protein cue call to doctors for emergency meds to help ds poo it out of his system blushsad

TiredFeet Mon 29-Jul-13 20:43:06

this thread is really helpful, thank you!

OHforDUCKScake Mon 29-Jul-13 21:50:01

Bonkerz my son has had calipos and they didnt contain milk protein. The shots did though.

OHforDUCKScake Mon 29-Jul-13 21:51:17

this says may contain

Was it the calippo shots that he had?

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