Celebrate the summer holidays with Rachel Riley’s fabulous ice cream print fashion. From pastel jersey dresses, bubble swimsuits, smocked rompers and accessories to match, this is the cutest summer collection for girls.
“As far as summer hallmarks go, the unrecognisable sound of the mechanical music box from a soon to arrive ice cream van has to be an all-time favourite, no matter what your age. Nostalgia is the reason why those jingly-jangly tunes never update. They are the cue for kids all over the country to scramble out of the house as fast as they can, change rattling in pockets, in hot anticipation of their ice cream treats.
“For me, this retro appeal has been encapsulated perfectly within Rachel Riley’s ice cream print fashion, and that’s why it’s so popular with parents and children alike. Ice cream is always a source of joy for little ones, and I can’t think of a happier print to wear during the summer months. What I love most about Rachel Riley’s ice cream print fashion for kids is that its deliciously summery pastel colours are easy to mix and match with her beautiful accessories and shoes.
“Why not match these colourful pink slippers, heart-shaped sunnies and soft cotton jersey dress for the ultimate summertime look?”
Mix and match ice cream print fashion for girls
Annabel Karmel’s Banana & Strawberry Ice Cream
We couldn’t resist sharing Annabel Karmel’s recipe for Banana and Strawberry Ice Cream. It’s delicious, easy to make, and a much healthier alternative the whole family will love.
- Prep Time: 5 minutes
- Makes: 4 portions
- Great for: Family Recipes, Kids 2-4 Years
- Suitable for Freezing
- 250g banana, sliced
- 250g strawberries, washed and hulled
- 1–2 tbsp maple syrup
- Put the sliced banana and hulled strawberries in a plastic container and freeze for 4 hours, or until frozen solid.
- Tip the frozen fruit into a food processor with the maple syrup and blitz until smooth and creamy.
- Serve at once or freeze until needed
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