- Servings: 4
If you can’t get hold of fresh strawberries, it’s absolutely fine to buy them frozen. The great thing about frozen fruit is that it’s been picked at its best, at the right time and is also cheaper and far more convenient – it will keep happily in your freezer for months on end, so any time you fancy a slushie, you can have one!
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- 400g strawberries, fresh or frozen
- a few sprigs of fresh mint
- ½ a lemon
- ice cubes
- caster sugar, to taste
- Chopping board
- A large jug
- Wooden spoon
1. Hull the strawberries and add them to the liquidizer with a handful of ice cubes. Squeeze in the juice of ½ a lemon and drop in a few mint leaves.
2. Then, add enough water to cover and whiz. Meanwhile, half fill a large jug with ice.
3. Taste the mixture in the liquidizer and sweeten with sugar if necessary. Pour into the jug and stir with a wooden spoon and serve.
All of Jamie’s Food Revolution Day recipes have been written keeping the key nutrients in mind. We’ve nutritionally analysed each recipe to make sure they’re in check for calories, saturated fat and salt, to help you prepare quick, nutritious meals made with fresh ingredients. We have sorted the recipes according to different occasions, but feel free to pick and choose a selection of dishes for whatever event you have in mind, whether it is an everyday family meal or a feast for a party. Fruit and vegetables should be part of meals and snacks, and desserts are no exception. We have provided a selection of dessert recipes using different varieties of fruit, with the odd treat recipe like the summer berry pavlova thrown in, which is ok to have once in a while.