ICE LOLLIES

2It is summer season and everyone is craving for something cold. Something to keep them cool. One such afternoon I was craving for some ice cream but was lazy to go out and purchase the ice cream or the ingredients for it. I had recently bought these ice cream moulds and wanted to inaugurate it.

I had also purchased chia seeds (sabja) being the new super food after reading a lot about it. Chia seeds is the one used in falooda. So you see I was in the mind-set to have to have either ice-cream or falooda.

So my laziness got me thinking and these ice lollies were born. It is so simple and quick and hardly takes any effort. I made 2 varieties for the weekend. Let me go through it.

INGREDIENTS:

  1. Tang Instant drink mix – 2 heaped tablespoon
  2. Haldiram Khus Sharbat – 2 heaped tablespoon
  3. Sugar – As per taste
  4. Water – 1 glass each
  5. Chia Seeds – 2 tablespoon

INSTRUCTIONS:

  1. Soak chia seeds in little water for 5-10 minutes.
  2. Take 2 glasses with water.
  3. Prepare the sharbat and tang drink as you normally would do. Add sugar according to your taste. The sugar should be a little higher than what you normally like for it to taste good in ice lollies.
  4. Add the chia seeds equally in both the glasses.
  5. Stir properly.
  6. Add the contents of the glasses in ice cream moulds. Close the lid and refrigerate for 3-4 hours. If you have moulds like I do then after the ice has partially set add in the ice cream stick and re-refrigerate.
  7. Take out the moulds and run them over running water to de-mould the ice-lollies.

1Enjoy this quick and easy ice lollies and satisfy your craving.

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