Fruit Lollies on Fork (leftovers Fruits)

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Introduction: Fruit Lollies on Fork (leftovers Fruits)

in this holy month of Ramadan.  we Muslims all around the world make fruit salad.

like most of the homes in the hot cites want some thing cold and healthy in this scorching heat. 

i present you FRUIT LOLLIES. the specially of this lolly is that its 100% natural and uses the simple fruit available in my country Pakistan at an favorable rate.

i could have used kiwi, strawberries, and rest off the exotic fruit. but i guess then the beauty of pear , peaches, grapes, mango would had gone wasted.

trust me they taste yummy!!!

NOTE
save the planet. avoid cutting tress .. use forks spoons as the Popsicle stick.

Step 1: Cutting the Fruits.

try using the most ripe and colorful fruit. 

ingredients.. 
  1. pear ( with skin) sliced
  2. apples ( with skin) sliced
  3. peach ( with skin) sliced
  4. mango ( WITHOUT skin ofcourse) cubed
  5. grapes
  6.  grapefruit or apple juice ( nectar) / rooh afza (pakistani drink) 

Step 2: Place.

OK now what u really need to do is to place the fruits according to the color scheme.  include the juice and place it in the freezer for 6 - 8 hours.

i kept mine for 24 hours.

Step 3: Happy Aftari

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9 Comments

Love the final texture on the lollies! nice idea :)

hehehe thank you.. il edit this in some time :D

rooh afza..?? >_< are u serious??? I hate it..!! btw lollie idea is gr8..I usually dont eat fruits..but this is a better way to eat them.. ;)

rooh afza was the only drink around.. you can always try clear juice.. apple juice is a good option

I really love the way they turned up & look. Great Idea. Thank you for sharing :).

ur welcome... il make more of these with variations :)

Oh.. I thought its imported there too, just like India.