Pimm's lollies

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Pimms lollies
Pimms lollies
  • Makes: 8

  • Prep time:

    (plus at least 4 hours to freeze)
  • Skill level: Easy peasy

  • Costs: Mid-price

Woman's Weekly recipe Take a look at our Pimm's lollies recipe - the perfect ice lolly for summer BBQs. These Pimm's ice lollies are so delicious and easy to make too. It's ice lollies for grown-ups! These cute alcoholic treats look great served on a bowl of ice at parties. This recipe makes 8 ice lollies and will take only 5 mins to prepare them. We'd recommend making them in advance so they have plenty of time to set, especially if you're making them in bulk. You could try this recipe with other drinks too. How about trying the different flavoured Pimm's available today - strawberry and blackberry and elderflower, yum!


  • 1 bottle Pimm's
  • 1 bottle lemonade
  • Fresh strawberries
  • Sprigs of fresh mint

For an extra kick, add a touch of brandy to the recipe.


  1. Mix one part of Pimm's with three parts lemonade. So for 150ml ( pint) Pimm's, add 450ml ( pint) lemonade.
  2. Thread a strawberry, halved lengthways, on to each lolly stick and press a sprig of mint into the top of it, so it looks like strawberry leaves.
  3. Pour the Pimm's mixture into an ice lolly mould, until it's full. Put the sticks with the strawberries in the mould. Place the tops on the moulds and, depending on the type, pull the sticks up so the strawberries are all at the same height.
  4. Place the lollies in the freezer until solid. To make it easier to remove them from the mould, dip briefly in hot water.

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They are a treat all my freinds loveD them for my birthday BBQ.


Wow - these look so nice!

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