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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?

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.

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

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

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

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

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

this says may contain

Was it the calippo shots that he had?

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

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

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

this thread is really helpful, thank you!

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

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

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

(Waitrose ones, not the tesco ones)

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

Strangely, they contain wheat??

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

We have these from waitrose

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

I make my own with natural unsweetened fruit juice.

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

Here we go.

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.

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!

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

How do you send them into nursery without them melting confused

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

Best things are Innocent fruit smoothies in tubes - just freeze and serve [ grin]

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.

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?

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.

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.

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!

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

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

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!

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.

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