Recipe: Fruit Bar Ice (from Everyday Food)

Home Cooking Recipe: Fruit Bar Ice (from Everyday Food)

Notes:

Hot enough for you? Why not try giving your AC a break and cooling off with one of these fruit-filled ice Popsicles instead. We're layering kiwis, peaches, mangoes, and berries in Popsicle molds before topping with white grapefruit juice (the clear liquid allows all the fruit to be front and center) Serve these two-step treats as a healthy snack, dessert, or - why not - at breakfast time Enjoy Sarah's Tip of the Day:.? We used tropical fruits.! in this recipe, but sliced ​​stone fruits or chopped melons would work well, too!

Ingredients:

Steps:

  1. Home Cooking Recipe: Half cut strawberry

    Half cut strawberry

  2. Home Cooking Recipe: Cut kiwi and yellow peach

    Cut kiwi and yellow peach

  3. Home Cooking Recipe: Place all the fruits in the popsicles as you like, then pour the syrup into the refrigerator for six hours (the longest storage time is no more than two weeks)

    Place all the fruits in the popsicles as you like, then pour the syrup into the refrigerator for six hours (the longest storage time is no more than two weeks)

  4. Home Cooking Recipe: After molding, put the grinding tool into warm water for a while to facilitate the removal of the popsicle. A beautiful healthy homemade popsicle that is perfect for summer.

    After molding, put the grinding tool into warm water for a while to facilitate the removal of the popsicle. A beautiful healthy homemade popsicle that is perfect for summer.


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