Lovely fruit popsicles for all seasons
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Popsicles are not just for summer. Fruit popsicles are welcome even during cold winter. Get a set or two of popsicle molds from Walmart or the Dollar Store.
Chop up your favorite colorful fruits into little cubes, put them into the mold and fill with juice. Best juice for this purpose: orange or pineapple. Or why not have both!
Some suitable fruits for your colorful popsicles:
Kiwi fruit, mango, strawberries, blueberries, grapes, banana, peach, apple, orange, pineapple, and whatever you can imagine. Not only will the kids love these, the adults would too!
How about real juice popsicles for when you’re relaxing in front of the fireplace after dinner? Make this easy popsicle that is such a joy to have.
Make three different colored juices and chill them. Suitable fruit juices for this purpose: Kiwi, mango, watermelon, strawberries, pittaya, or any or your favorite fruits.
Pour the first colored juice into the mold and fill up one third full. Keep the other two juices chilled. Put the 1/3 filled molds into the freezer for about 20 minutes till the juice is almost frozen but not yet fully frozen. Repeat same for the second and third colored juice then leave till fully frozen. Easy joy!!
This is another winner with the kids. Perfect for a kids party.
Cut up some ripe kiwi about 1/2-inch thick, poke each one gently with a popsicle/lollipop stick, and lay them out on a tray lined with parchment paper. Freeze from about 4 up to 24 hours. Coat with melted chocolate, if desired. The kids will just love ’em!
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