Saturday, 27 August 2016

#51 - Rainbow Popsicles

Yum

You know that it is summer time when you are craving for something icy cold and refreshing like these homemade popsicles! Yay to homemade goodies! Don't you just love homemade food like I do? The beauty of these homemade goodies are that they are free from sugars and artificial flavourings. You don't even have to worry about additional colourings or chemicals being added. These rainbow popsicles are made with just fruits and nothing else! Isn't it just great!


These popsicles are so easy to make that I am sure you will enjoy making them as much as you enjoy eating them!

I simply love how pretty these little things look! To make these pretty yummies, you need nothing more than different types of fresh fruits and a blender. That's it! You can also get creative by arranging the layers of fruits puree in any order you prefer. 

What are you waiting for? Head straight into your kitchen and make some of these pretty rainbow popsicles now! 

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Recipe: Adapted and modified from here
Free printable version of recipe - Click here

Servings
8 Popsicles (depending on size of the mould)

Ingredients
Strawberries (blended) - 200g
Oranges (blended) - 200g
Pineapples (blended) - 200g
Kiwis (blended) - 200g
Blueberries (blended) - 200g

(Optional)
Coconut Water -1 to 2 Tbsp


Method
1. For each of the different coloured fruits layers (red - strawberries, orange - oranges, yellow - pineapples, green - kiwis, blue - blueberries), place the fruits in the blender and blend until a smooth puree is obtained. Remember to wash the blender thoroughly before blending the next layer. 






2. For fruits like the pineapples and blueberries, you may wish to add in 1 to 2 tbsp of coconut water to allow smoother blending of the puree. 


3. Distribute the different coloured fruits puree evenly into the popsicles mould, layer by layer. 

4. Freeze the popsicles for at least 6 hours (or overnight) until the popsicles are firm. 

5. To remove popsicles from their moulds, dip moulds in glass of water for 10 seconds. This will ensure the popsicles come out smoothly from the moulds. Serve while popsicles are firm. 



12 comments:

  1. They really do look like a whole bundle of fun, so colourful!

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    1. And they are really simple to do too!

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  2. rainbow popsicles look so good! I'm glad that they are made with real fruits!

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    1. Yes they are. Real fruits are the real deal :p

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  3. Gosh these look so fantastic! Colourful, tasty AND good for you too! Win!

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  4. I love fruit combination in these popsicles. Craving these today.

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    1. Make some for yourself today! Let me know how they turn out :)

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  5. These are so pretty and I love that they're basically just pure fruit! So healthy and refreshing :)

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  6. Refreshing and healthy. These are so beautiful!

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