Kiwi Popsicles | Low Fat Dessert Ideas

kiwi popsicles

Kiwi is one of the fruits rich in anti-oxidant. Many people have told that kiwi favors more weight loss, as it rejuvanates the cells. For this reason, I tried buying Kiwi. Few years before I went to a shop in India and felt very happy to see a tray with kiwis. WIth full of koy, I picked one of it. I was completely shocked. It was 60 Rs. 60 bucks for a single Kiwi. Is that fruit that much tasty ? Questions whirled and I just bought it for sample. When I tasted it first time, I did not like it at all. Also I felt like some mild itch around the mouth, after having it. For these two reasons cost and taste, I never bought Kiwi again. I just sticked to Gooseberries, which are having even more benefits and anti-oxidants. That is regional and seasonal too.

It was pretty boring to have same apple and orange. I just wished to try new variety of fruit and again my hands on Kiwi. It was 4$ for 16 Kiwis. I found it more cost effective compared to the one I saw in India. As it is difficult to get Gooseberries in US, I went ahead and bought Kiwis. I am damn sure that I will not like the taste. I was thinking some good way to eat it. Then came this idea of making Kiwi Popsicles from Food Network. This popsicles are rich in anti-oxidants and will help you to lose more and more weight. This kind of popsicle can be had as a weight loss snack.

kiwi popsicles

Recipe Source: Food Network
Preparation time: Cooking Time: Yield 3 cups (6 servings)
Serving size: | Calories per serving: 60

Ingredients

kiwi – 2 or 3, ripen


honey dew – 8 to 10 cubes


raw sugar – 1 Tablespoon

Quick Procedure

Cut honey dew and kiwi into cubes. Slice some kiwis for decoration.


Take honey dew, kiwis and sugar in a blender and puree them. No need of adding water.


Take a popsicle tray and fill it with this puree.


Insert the slices at the sides of the moulds. Close it and make it ready for freezing.


Put it infreezer and chill it for minimum 4 hours.


Check it and then wash the moulds in hot water to take out the tasty and visuallly appealing popsicles.

Step-wise Pictures

Cut honey dew and kiwi into cubes. Slice some kiwis for decoration.

Take honey dew, kiwis and sugar in a blender and puree them. No need of adding water.

Take a popsicle tray and fill it with this puree.

Insert the slices at the sides of the moulds. Close it and make it ready for freezing.

Put it infreezer and chill it for minimum 4 hours.

Check it and then wash the moulds in hot water to take out the tasty and visuallly appealing popsicles.

Tasty Kiwi Popsicles are ready with a bang kiwi popsicles

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