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Hayfever Ice Pops

This is such a delicious recipe that can help to soothe hayfever symptoms. For some reason a few years ago Steve started to get hayfever. These ice pops are soothing, super tasty, packed full of nutrition and help reduce symptoms. We use the Nama J3 which is the smaller more compact travel upright masticating juicer which has a really useful “hands free juicing” hopper – learn more here and use the code HAPPYPEAR10 to get 10% off!

Takes 8 hours 10 minutes

Serves 12


Yellow Juice Later

  • 2 medium Oranges
  • 4 Carrots
  • ½ thumbsized piece of Turmeric 6g
  • ½ thumbsized piece of Ginger 6g
  • ½ Lemon
  • 1 Yellow pepper

Green Juice Layer

  • 1 Cucumber
  • 1 handful of wild Nettles or kale
  • ½ a head of Celery
  • 2 Green apples


  • First make the yellow juice by peeling the oranges and ½ lemon. Add the ingredients to the hopper and juice. Pour the juice into the ice pop moulds.
  • For the green juice cut the apples in half and add all ingredients to the hopper and juice. Pour the juice into the ice pop moulds.
  • If you want a 2 tone or double layered ice pop you will have to fill the ice pop moulds half full with the yellow juice and leave to freeze for 2 hours. Remove and top up with the green juice and leave to freeze overnight.
  • Remove and enjoy!
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