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Kiwifruit Popsicles

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You can find a lot of ZESPRI kiwifruits in the market now and I always love to enjoy eating kiwifruits with yoghurt or ice cream. After seeing Ellena of Cuisine Paradise posted 14 amazing kiwifruits recipes in 14 days tempted me to buy the kiwifruits immediately. I think the most quick and easy recipe is to make them into healthy and natural popsicles. I did not bother to add honey, juice or lemonade as most people do but just blended the kiwifruits with little water and sugar together. These are the lovely sourish Kiwifruit Popsicles that I made before the weekend for friends and family to enjoy this cold treat to beat the scorching hot temperature. 




I used this flexible silicone mould from SiliconeMoulds.com that is very suitable for use in the freezer and oven. Thank you so much Sarah Jane, I really love it!
Please check on SiliconeMoulds.com for more silicone mould designs available online.


Kiwifruit Popsicles

          Ingredients: makes 12 popsicles
    3 Green kiwifruits
    3 Gold kiwifruits
    4 tbsp Water
    4 tbs Sugar




    Methods:
  • Remove kiwifruits skin and cut into large cubes.
  • Place gold kiwifruits with 2 tablespoon of water and sugar into blender or liquidiser, blend until just smooth or with some small lumps are fine. Do not over blend the kiwifruits, otherwise seeds will be crushed and make popsicles bitter.
  • Pour out blended gold kiwifruits into a cup and set aside.
  • Then blend the green kiwifruits.
  • Carefully pour half blended kiwifruits into silicone individual moulds (6 gold kiwifruits and 6 green kiwifruits as I wanted to make a two tones colour in one popsicle). 
  • Place silicone mould in freezer for about 30 minutes until popsicles partially frozen then insert popsicle sticks  in the center.
  • Put the silicone mould back to the freezer for another 15 minutes or more to make sure the sticks are firmly secured in the popsicles and pour (or use a teaspoon to scoop) in the remaining blended kiwifruits on top of it. Freeze popsicles until hard for at least 4 hours or overnight. 




Hope you have a wonderful week!


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  1. This will delight both kids and adults :) so nice, wish i could hv one right now. Love the idea of using the moulds to do this. Thanks for sharing this Ann.

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    1. Esther, you can also use small plastic cup as mould too. Can use any fruit juice too.

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  2. Ann, I love your kiwi popsicles, so refreshing for such weather now. too bad my freezer is full now, will try to clear the space to make way for this hahaha...

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    1. Jess, Really can't stand the hot weather, always made me headache.
      Must make some ice pop for your girl, she will love it.

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  3. So refreshing, I would love to have some.

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  4. I was looking for this silicone shape for months but PH sold out one this. Wonder what is the shipping cost from silicon.com

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  5. No wonder I see 2 layers of kiwi fruits in different tones, it is because you put in the gold kiwi fruit puree first. Very healthy snack, Ann!

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    1. Two tones look prettier, actually also thought of adding watermelon but the watermelon was not sweet.

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  6. this looks deicious! may i know where you bought the sticks? thank you!

    Claire

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  7. Love the idea of using gold and green kiwi to make two tones. I should make this to encourige my son to eat kiwi fruit.

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    1. Angel, The green kiwifruits are quite sour. You can try with orange or mango, also very nice.

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  8. Lovely Popsicles! Kiwi fruits contain lots of vitamins I want to have one pls!

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    1. Now is winter in Australia. OK for you? :DD

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  9. Wish summer is here now so that I can make these beautiful popsicles. Thanks for sharing.

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  10. This is a great for this hot weather!

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  11. c'est rafraîchissant et délicieux joliment présenté
    bonne journée

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  12. yum - they look very refreshing and very healthy too ! Glad you like the moulds Ann :-)

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    1. Thank you Sarah for the mould. I really find it very useful.

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  13. Yum! Can I have one please? Looks so refreshing!

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  14. Omg, It looks so tempting and refreshing =) It is a must for a weather that hot like NOW!!

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  15. Ann , these popsicles look refreshingly delicious ! Great for these toxic summer :D I love Zespri's green kiwis !

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    1. Anne, how about make kiwifruits into ice cream?

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  16. I adsolutely love kiwi fruits, I can eat it everyday! Fabulous idea to make it into Popsicles! Will try this recipe out.:))

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  17. I like the two tone color of your kiwifruit popsicles. I have never come across gold kiwifruit. must keep a look out for them.

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    1. Biren, The gold kiwifruit is always more expensive than the green one but is much sweeter. Hope you can find it in the market.

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  18. 最近真的看到很多kiwi,我也一直在打它们的主意 :)
    很喜欢你的kiwifruit popsicles,简单又美味!

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    1. 我一下子买了四合,现在还有几粒孩子冰箱里,还没想到要做什么。

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  19. 这维他命丰富的奇异果是我和孩子们的最爱……谢谢你这么的分享。

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  20. 这维他命丰富的奇异果是我和孩子们的最爱……谢谢你这么的分享。

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    1. 大热天,不太想动,最好就做点冰冷的东西来吃了。

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  21. My mouth naturally water by looking at your delicious kiwi Popsicles! I love kiwis, especialy golden kiwis are my favorite. I have seen Ellena's posts too, and very inspired. I love this oven/freezer safe mold, too!

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  22. Hi Ann,
    This would definitely be refreshing for anytime of the day. They look so cute. Love them!

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  23. Love the refreshing and wholesome popsicles! Perfect for our weather.

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  24. 这口感会像冰淇淋嘛?好吸引人叻,我喜欢!

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    1. 这是冰棒,天气热,很快就融化。

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  25. How fun! I feel like a big kid now. Did u eat them all? Hahaha!

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    1. hahaa... I had two and remaining went to the kids's stomach :)

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  26. These look fantastic! I have never had kiwi popsicles, but I really want some now! Yum!

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  27. They do look lovely, Ann. So refreshing too! I like that you kept them in their natural state too!

    Thanks for sharing...

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  28. This is brilliant! But sadly, we are always having our kiwi season during late autumn and winter and it will be too cold for us to eat them in the form of Popsicle.

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  29. They look perfect Ann! A nice slightly sweet treat! I like that it is tart!

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  30. What a clever idea!! great for our hot hot weather!!!

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  31. Hi Ann,
    At first, i was think how do you secure the ice pop stick in the ice pop.
    When I read on I see how you do it..
    Thanks so much for sharing.

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  32. they are also very pretty that you made them into 2 tones. i've never made popsicles but i have a popsicle mould, just for 6 popsicles i think, now in the kitchen collecting dust !

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    1. Lena, can make for your kids. I'm sure they'll love it.

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  33. Gosh I miss this recipe. No wonder I remember i saw this photos in facebook or somewhere :) Will try this out soon! Great day to mix both fruits together :p (thanks for the mentioned Ann :)

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