Sweet spice girl lollypops are a hit with the spice girl crowd

I’m an old Spice Girl fan.

I have been dressing up as one for years, because I love dressing up and playing with things.

I always loved the Spice Girl lollipop and Spice Girl ice cream, which I have also been making since my teenage years.

But this summer, Spice Girl Spice Lollypads have been making an appearance in my kitchen and kitchen sink.

They are the perfect lolly-like treat to dip a spoonful of.

These lolly pops are very simple and easy to make.

They’re also very addictive.

I love my lolly pops so much, I don’t even eat them anymore.

I hope you will too, Spice girl lilypops!

If you love sweets, then these lolly sticks are the next best thing.

I will admit, I made them last night.

I didn’t have any leftover, so I whipped up some homemade coconut sugar lolly, and I’ve been eating them all day.

They taste just like they do when they are dipped in coconut sugar and ice cream.

It’s just like a little treat you can enjoy all day!

These lollypops will be the perfect treat for any occasion.

I think it would be a fun treat to serve on the birthday cake, but you can make them in any recipe.

You can even serve them as a dessert.

I usually eat them as they are in a spoon with buttercream frosting and sprinkles on top.

I know, I know.

This is just a tip, but try adding some fresh lemon juice and lemon juice ice cream to the ice cream and make it a little fun!

Just make sure to freeze them for a later date.

Just like the lollips, you can use any fruit you want, if you are a fan of fruit flavors, they taste so great on their own.

I’ve made these lollies with strawberries, blueberries, orange, cherries, bananas, mangoes, and coconut.


Recipe Video Recipe Notes To make these lolls, melt coconut sugar in a small saucepan and add water and bring to a boil.

Once boiling, add coconut milk, and cook for 15 minutes.

Remove from heat and set aside.

Add lemon juice, coconut milk and lime juice and bring back to a low simmer.

Reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes, or until the sugar is dissolved.

Remove lollys from heat.

Store lollids in an airtight container at room temperature.

For a healthier version of these lilly pops, use 1 cup of coconut oil instead of coconut sugar.

If you would like to save these for later, simply store in an ice cream maker, or freeze for a longer period of time.

You’ll just need to cut the coconut sugar into small cubes.

Recipe Video Nutrition Facts Spice Girl Lolly Pops Amount Per Serving Calories 115 Calories from Fat 40 % Daily Value* Total Fat 4g 5% Sodium 50mg 1% Potassium 100mg 1.5% Total Carbohydrates 13g 6% Dietary Fiber 2g 8% Sugars 1g Protein 1g 2% Vitamin A 7.7% Vitamin C 8.4% Calcium 7.5 % Iron 7.2% * Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet.

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