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How to Make Fruit Popsicles?

I lovely and welcome back to another and
they have to respeet today I’ll be
sharing with you a really simple fruit
popsicle recipe so as most of you know I
have a young boy he’s just turned 2 and
he loves fruit so it’s summertime and
it’s hot so I thought it’d be great to
make some homemade popsicles so last
year I tried this just from the husband
and I – may have popsicles my son at the
time he’s too young and I bought some
molds just at a big box store and they
were awful they were terrible they’re
kind of the old-fashioned kind the
ivanova yeah a rounded regular popsicle
molds and they were awful I ended up
getting rid of them because I couldn’t
get the popsicles out easily and then
the stick anyways it was kind of a
disaster so this year I wanted to get
something that actually worked so I
found these I found these at a little
shop in Providence here you can order
them online I found them I’ll put a link
down below if you’re interested and yeah
so I bought them they’re made by the
company Zoku and you make cute little
fish pops that make six different little
critters the main reason why I got these
besides them being adorable is their
size they’re pretty small and because
like I mentioned my son is only 2 he
can’t finish an entire popsicle so
that’s why I got these so let’s go in
the kitchen and I’ll show you what I did
alright so we’re going to start with a
cup of fruit that has been washed and
chopped and add that to your blender
then just add a splash of store-bought
juice whatever you like I’m just using
lemonade and then just blend it really
well until the fruit is completely
pureed then take your puree and just
fill up your popsicle molds so this
particular mold had handles that match
with each shape so all you have to do is
match the shape to the corresponding
shape and make sure they’re aligned and
then place the entire mold in the
freezer for at least 8 hours preferably
overnight here’s a little tip to clean
your blender just add some water and
little dish soap and then just give it a
whizz and a help clean your blades I’m
excited to see how they turned out so
the directions say that you just pull
them out and the molds are silicone and
they should just invert and turn inside
out it should be easy to pull out so
let’s see here we go oh look that’s so
great
here it’s working awesome
so stinking adorable look at that I love
it I think the old clownfish so
satisfying here’s a little octopus
there’s the shark so cute mm mmm oh but
there’s that whale awesome I love these
Oh scuba diver broke so I’m asked a
little scuba diver out but a hell look
how adorable look at the handle are his
flippers and there’s this little scuba
tank who’s armed so stinking cute all
right let’s give him a taste and see how
they are hit the black balls
mmm-hmm brain freeze for me this is a
perfect amount of sweetness nice and
tart and full of strawberry flavor but
enough sugar to make it feel like a
popsicle and yeah delicious and
refreshing and cool this is a pretty
small size I think for a kid it’s
perfect for an adult you might have to
eat – there you go so that’s the
skeleton first group whatever
super cute so this is first time I use
these molds and I’m pretty happy with
them that came out perfectly great
little serving size for a kid and yeah
the pops they actually work you
certainly don’t have to use this
popsicle mold you can use any mold that
you have on hand let me know in the
comments below what your favorite
popsicle wear is and if you’ve got tips
or recipes on how to make your own I’d
love to hear about them and yeah thanks
as always for watching I hope you guys
enjoy that hope you guys learned
something and I’ll see you in my next
video bye it smells more like just black
licorice not sell me okay not the salty
licorice so let’s give that a try here
we go
hmm I prefer not to called a fish mammal
pop would be the preferable moniker
thank you

Popsicle Molds Buyers’ Guide

How long does it take for popsicles to freeze?

There is no exact answer to this question, as the amount of time it takes to freeze popsicles depends on a few things. The time varies depending on the effectiveness and coldness of your freezer, the base of your popsicle, and the type of mold you use. Depending mostly on how thick you make your popsicles, it will take somewhere between 4 and 8 hours to freeze. 4 hours is the minimum so plan ahead before making your popsicles. To get the fastest results, turn up your freezer to the coldest, you can go ahead and put your molds at the back of your freezer, where it gets the coldest. Keep in mind that the faster your popsicles freeze, the softer they are going to turn out!

How to get popsicles out of the mold?

There are a few methods to unmolding popsicles without breaking them. One method is to fill a pot or pan that is at least the height of your mold with warm water and dip the molds in briefly until they loosen. This should take around 25 seconds. Remove the mold from the water and place it on a flat surface and pull the handle to get the popsicles out of the mold. If you have to struggle to get the popsicles out, then leave them in the water longer. Another method is to let the popsicles sit at room temperature until they loosen enough to be removed. This method works but they won’t be as clean-cut as the popsicles from the first method, and the whole process can be messy.

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Author: Emily Howard

I have about 300 different recipes in my collection, and I try to look for new tastes every week. I love to learn dishes from around the world and pamper my big family with a signature Italian cheese pie and my favorite Ukrainian borsch.