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Mixed Berry Sorbet

Mixed Berry Sorbet

...  cool completely. Using your blender, blend sugar-water, lemon and lime juice and frozen mixed berries. Transfer the mixture to an ice cream maker. Follow the instructions that came with your ice cream maker for making sorbet. If you don’t have an ice cream maker; pour mixture into a shallow dish, place dish in freezer, stir occasionally until sorbet reaches desired consistency. Serve as mixed berry sorbet or… Make popsicles! Before freezing, transfer equal amounts of mixture into popsicle molds. Freeze for 4 hours or overnight. When ready to serve, run warm water over the molds for a few seconds to loosen popsicle from ...

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Fruit Popsicles Recipe to Make at Home

Fruit Popsicles Recipe to Make at Home

...  versatile cold treats you can make at home. Using flavored sugar water, fresh fruit, fruit juices or just about anything you can dream up, the flavor combinations are endless. One of the great things about this fruit popsicle recipe is you can make it based on which fruits are in season. In addition, you can use it to make flavored ice cubes to float in lemonade or other drinks. Ingredients Needed: 2 cups white grape juice 3 kiwi, sliced thinly 6 strawberries, sliced thinly 18 -20 blueberries Popsicle molds Directions: Equally divide fruit among popsicle molds. Pour grape juice into each mold to fill to given “fill” line or leaving about 1/4 inch space at the top. Add popcicle sticks & cover. Freeze several hours or overnight. When ready to serve, run a small amount of warm water over mold to loosen the popsicles. Makes 4-8 popsicles, depending on the size of your molds. Tip: You can use any combination of your favorite fruits. Blackberry, raspberry, peach, mango and grapes work well. Just ensure you slice them ...

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