Summer treat: Make your own floral ice lolly

Summer treat: Make your own floral ice lolly

A fresh and fruity popsicle recipe with fresh flowers

If you’re feeling hot, hot, hot, why not cool down with this delicious summer treat: homemade ice lollies, the bloomon way – with fresh flowers!

Our floral popsicles are a pretty addition to any garden bbq or get together. They’re also perfect just to have at home for when you crave a sweet treat to beat the heat. And because their so easy to make, you can get the whole family involved!

Make some room in your freezer, you’ll make floral popsicles all summer long!


Tropical mango pansy pop

A fresh blend of fruits infused with natural sweetness. Fresh edible pansies add a subtle floral taste while looking absolutely gorgeous in the ice.

You Need

Popsicle mould (for 6 large pops)
Citrus juicer
zester/ grater
Sharp knife
Stirring spoon


1 blood orange
1 mango
1 carton of Coconut water
1 organic lemon, zest + juice
1 fresh vanilla pod
12 edible flowers
Honey (or agave to make it vegan)

Here’s How

Rinse the edible flowers. Remove petals or leave them whole if you’d prefer.
Prepare the mango and blood orange by cutting them into small segments that will fit in your ice lolly mould.*
Scrape the vanilla seeds from the pod and zest the about a quarter of the lemon. Put vanilla and zest in the jug. Pour the coconut water and juice from the lemon into the jug and stir.
Add honey to taste
Put some fruit pieces and pansies into each mould.
Fill each popsicle with the sweetened coconut water.
Place the lid securely on the popsicles and freeze until set (at least 3-4 hours)

*If you prefer a smoothly textured popsicle, blend the fruit, coconut water, vanilla, lemon, and honey together.

To enjoy your floral popsicle, run the mould under lukewarm water for a few seconds to make the pops easier to come out.


Hooked? Here’s More!

The wonderful thing about floral popsicles is the endless fruit, flavour, and flower combinations you can create. Here are some other DIY recipe ideas for you to try:


Fresh grapefruit
Lemon, juice and zest
Lemonade or grapefruit juice
Honey or agave to make it vegan
Edible flowers (Hibiscus, marigold and daisies work well)


Can of coconut milk
Fresh blueberries
Honey or agave to make it vegan
Hibiscus flowers


Lemon mint
Lavender (fresh of dried)
Honey or agave to make it vegan

Make a mint and lavender tea, let the flavours steep. Strain, add honey, and stir. Let it cool. Pour into moulds and add a few sprigs of lavender. Freeze.

We always love to hear from you. What are your favourite floral popsicle recipes? Share your floral popsicle photos on Facebook and on Instagram using #bloomon .

The only thing better than floral popsicle on a hot summer’s day is a bouquet of fresh flowers. Luckily, you can get yours here.