27 dicembre 2012

Fruit Pops

Fruit Pops

These Fruit Pops are delicious, and kid-friendly. Feel free to use white grape juice as the popsicle mixture, if you are trying to be healthy. If you are okay with high-fructose corn syrup, then you could use CapriSun instead. Add whatever fruit you want as well. Kiwi's, blueberries, strawberries are the usual suspects, but watermelon and pineapple work too. You are just looking to use fruits that are very sweet and juicy.

Nutrition facts: Calories: 128 cal; CarbohydrateContent: 31 grams; ProteinContent: 1 grams;



You will need popsicle sticks and molds to freeze the fruit pops in place.
Add the selected fruit to each popsicle mold. Make sure you do an assortment of fruit for each of the molds. Fill each mold with enough grape juice to reach top of the popsicle mold. Add the popsicle sticks and then you can gently place them in the freezer.
In most freezers, freeze for at least 6 hours (but don't store them for more than 2 weeks). Before eating, place under warm running water for 10 secsonds to remove popsicles. Serve immediately.
Since popsicle molds are sometimes difficult to find, there are some popsicle supplies in the carousel below. A company called Tovolo makes some really unique designs.

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