Monday, June 23, 2014

BE MY GUEST: Raspberry Coconut Lollies by Twigg Studios

Hello Friends! I’m in and out traveling a lot lately. I was in Anaheim, CA the past three weekends (no, not at Disneyland), Irvine, CA two weeks ago at my son’s new college and this past weekend another three days in Anaheim (no, not at Disneyland – sad face). I’m barely going to have time to do laundry and then I’m heading to Houston, Texas for my son’s big Junior National competition. Seriously, I don’t know if I’m coming or going lately. In the meantime, I’ve lined up some of the most talented and creative bloggers to share their amazing projects with you.

First up is Aimee from Twigg Studios. To say I’m a fan of Aimee’s culinary skills is a huge understatement. Aimee creates amazing dishes and then presents them to us like beautiful artwork. She has a signature look and I can spot one of her creations easily.

Today Aimee is sharing these Raspberry Coconut Lollies with us. Enjoy!

Aimee is from Devon in England. She shares crafts and recipes at Twigg Studios which is her passion.

To make these Raspberry Coconut Lollies, you’ll need:

2 cups soda water
juice of 1 lemon
3 tbsp sugar
coconut milk
raspberry cordial

mix the raspberry cordial with 1 and a half cups water
add the sugar and lemon juice to the soda water and add a little in each lolly mould, then stick a flower to the side of the mould and place in the freezer for 30 minutes,
next pour some coconut milk into each mould and place in the freezer for 20 minutes and push in lolly pop sticks or use spoons like i did.
press some more flowers onto the side of the lolly mould then pour some more lemon and soda.
place in the freezer for a further 30 minutes then pour in the raspberry juice to fill the mould
freeze for 1 to 2 hours and enjoy.

You can visit Twigg Studios here, or on Facebook or Pinterest.

Thank you so much Aimee for sharing this amazing and refreshing treat with us. And how genius to use vintage cutlery as the lolli holder. I’m so going to do this!!

Thank you so much for stopping by!
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  1. They look so pretty to eat! thanks Carolyn!

  2. I love Aimee and her beautiful blog - I keep recommending it to people at work (along with this one of course!) I love how you describe her "creates amazing dishes and then presents them to us like beautiful artwork" that's it in a nutshell!


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