These mandarin orange ice lollies are the easiest things to make, ever! I don't even want to call it a recipe, it's basically frozen fruit!
You will need
1 can of mandarin orange segments, in juice.
ice lolly molds
How to make your yummy vegan ice lollies
Open the can of mandarin orange segments and use a fork to help you scoop the segments out of the can and into the ice lolly moulds.
Use the fork to scooch the orange down to the bottom of the mould and try to eliminate air gaps. Nothing bad will happen if you have air gaps, the lollies just don't hold together so well. It's probably best to use the push up type lolly mould for this reason, to contain them in case they get a bit fallling-apart-y.
You can add a little of the juice from the can to each mold too if you like.
After a couple of hours in the freezer they'll be ready to eat!
These ice lollies are loads healthier and cheaper than shop bought ones, especially if you get the orange in juice rather than in syrup - then there's no added sugar. This tin of oranges was £1, so each of my lollies cost 25 pennies! Incidentally, one small can of mandarin orange segments it enough to fill my 4 silicone push up ice lolly moulds. Yey!
If you liked this you might also like my 2 ingredient recipe for chocolate milk ice lollies.