Solero Organic Peach Lollies with a juicy filling

Solero peach

Tesco are currently busy launching a raft of new ice cream products into their stores, and there's many gems among them - see this Instagram post of mine for a few as well as my Skittles Ice Creams review. There's also a new Haagen Dazs Brownie Macchiato, Ben and Jerry's Coconutterly Caramel Vegan Ice Cream, Low Fat Ben & Jerry's Moophoria tubs as well as new Halo Top lollies (which everyone is going crazy for)!

I thought I'd try something a bit simpler to review, possibly healthier and also...vegan! Yes, the Solero brand has done something quite revolutionary and removed the dairy ice cream centre of a Solero, and replaced it with a soft juicy filling for these Peach Lollies. The ingredients are a simple mix of sugar, water, peach juice, peach, peach puree, lemon juice, pectin and other natural flavourings, as well as apple juice. Very fruity! The ingredients are also made by organic agriculture, which is always nice to know. Each stick has 60 calories and less than 0.5g Fat and 14g Carbohydrates.

Solero peach

There's 5 lollies per box which are individually wrapped.

Solero peach

They have a lovely strong peach aroma and orange colour.

Solero peach vegan lolly

Biting into one, it has that strong firm sorbet ice lolly style texture and a nice refreshing peach flavour. Pleasant enough, although I grew out of ice lollies like this a while ago so I was more excited about the juicy filling.

solero peach lolly

And the filling was delicious! Gooey, gloopy and syrupy and a completely different experience to the outer part. It was like a fruity honey almost, and felt like a real treat. It runs through the centre of the lollies and I don't know how they've managed to make it such a different texture to the outer shell, but it's very unique and tasty indeed.

I loved these and found them very refreshing, they're certainly something I'll buy again in the Summer months. It's great that Wall's are catering to those who need to avoid dairy and gluten and who are vegan with these, as I do believe we need tasty options like this for everyone. Bravo Walls, these are excellent!



  1. I don't know what it is but fruity ice creams and lollies just do not appeal to me at all - i don't think i'd ever buy them and not sure i'd even have one if offered to me.... i don't mind them unpleasant, they just don't feel indulgent enough use of sugar and calories, haha. that last photo reminds me of a mcdonalds apple pie, now i want one of those lol.


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