Homemade fruit ice

Homemade fruit ice

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Ingredients for Making Homemade Fruit Ice

  1. Kiwi 2 pcs.
  2. Apple 1 pc.
  3. Sugar 70 g
  4. Water 0.5 cups
  5. Fresh mint 4-5 leaves
  • Main ingredients: Kiwi, Apple
  • Portion2-3


Knife, Cutting board, Blender, Strainer, Plates, Stove, Casserole, Ice cream molds, Freezer

Making homemade fruit ice:

Step 1: Prepare the ingredients.

Since our main ingredients are of vegetable origin, they must be washed before cooking. We rinse with running water to remove dust and harmful substances that have settled on the fruits. With mint, we do the same. We cut the apple in half, and then in large pieces. We use one half for the recipe, we eat the second to get a positive charge of vivacity and energy. If the apple is small, then use the whole fruit. The core with seeds and peel must be removed. Kiwi is also peeled and cut out the tight connection with which the berry was attached to the branch. We cut kiwi in large pieces. Finely chop the mint and set it aside.

Step 2: Cooking Fruit Ice

Take a blender and lay out slices of kiwi and apple. Grind them until puree for 30 seconds. Why is it a puree state? Because otherwise, small pieces of fruit will freeze, and the fruit ice will turn out to be heterogeneous, consisting of many small ice floes. Wipe the finished puree through a sieve to get rid of kiwi seeds. Then add chopped mint into it and again work with a blender to chop the leaves. You can make ice cream already from the resulting puree, but I propose to boil syrup for it too - so fruit ice will be sweeter, because kiwi is a sour product. Therefore, we pour water into the pan and put it on the stove. Pour sugar and stir it so that it is completely dissolved. We bring the water to a boil, after which we turn off the stove, and cool the syrup a little. We mix fruit and berry puree with syrup, mix the resulting mixture and pour it into ice cream tins. We put the molds out in the freezer for 3-4 hours until completely frozen.

Step 3: Serve homemade fruit ice.

After the specified time, check the readiness of the ice cream. You can get it out of the refrigerator and start tasting. The sour kiwi and menthol taste of mint will refresh you better than a cold shower! Immerse yourself in a sea of ​​taste! Enjoy your meal!

Recipe Tips:

- - By changing the amount of sugar in the recipe, you can get a sweeter or more sour taste.

- - If you want to get ice cream without pulp, then just squeeze the juice out of fruits or berries, which you freeze in molds.

- - Instead of special tins, empty glasses, for example, from under yogurt, and sticks to them will do.

- - Try to cook other flavors of ice cream: watermelon and melon, banana and strawberries, peach and lemon, apricot and raspberries, and many others! You can add yogurt to fruit ice and get milk and fruit ice cream. Add spices such as nutmeg and get a more spicy taste.