HOW TO USE FADING FRUIT TO MAKE ICY COLD TREATS

Waste not, want not, and I was certainly not left wanting for a icy cold treat today. With family members each contributing to the ...

Waste not, want not, and I was certainly not left wanting for a icy cold treat today.

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With family members each contributing to the Christmas table this year, we had a glut of festive fruit. 

Rather than see it wasted, I blitzed a couple of punnets of fading raspberries, blueberries and strawberries with a mango, adding a couple of good dollops of yoghurt and a swirl of maple syrup. 

There was enough fruit for six of these old Tupperware moulds and an ice cube tray. 

The ice cubes are being used in fruit smoothies to cool them and add an extra hit of tart berry flavours. 

The ice treats tip easily out of their Tupperware moulds. Do Tupperware still make these? Mine were picked up for next to biz at an op shop and are the perfect design with the base stopping pesky drips.

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  1. They sound yum, I used to love making ice lollies when we loved in Sydney, not so much call for icy treats here in Ireland :-D!!! Thanks for you kind words on my blog :-)

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