As the summer days grow hot and humid, our thoughts turn to cooling recipes such as watermelon coolers and iced smoothies.
We've gathered together a collection of refreshing recipes from our friends at Olive magazine to keep you chilled!
This beautiful no-churn ice cream is made using almond or coconut milk - so it's completely dairy and gluten free. You can make it in three delicious flavours: berry, peanut butter or cacao.
Cool down with these fresh thyme, elderflower and lemon ice lollies. Perfect for hazy summer days in the garden!
These alcoholic daiquiri lollies are strictly for adults — simply make the rum base then add your favourite fruit. If you don't fancy making three flavours, you can just triple one of the fruit amounts instead.
You don't need an ice cream maker to create this zingy summer dessert. Both the frozen yoghurt and the sorbet can be mixed by hand during the freezing process.
Why buy shop-bought iced coffee when making your own is so easy? Add a splash of liqueur for a grown-up treat.
Start the day as you mean to go on with this vitamin-packed frozen smoothie recipe, which contains three of your five-a-day.
A fruity margarita is an ideal accompaniment for Mexican food. Make it for a summer party and serve with a twist of lime.
It's difficult to eat hot food when the weather's baking outside, and that's when gazpacho comes into its own. Made with raw vegetables, this light soup is served chilled.
This summer cocktail of apple tea with mint (and perhaps a shot of brandy) is sure to hit the spot.
This classic combination of strawberries and cream is a sure-fire winner. The strawberries are roasted to bring out their full flavour and are dreamy when combined with rich condensed milk.
Fix up a jug of watermelon cooler for your next barbecue - this fabulous recipe has been created by Thomasina Miers of Wahaca.