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Posted by on Jun 16, 2012 in Breakfast, Frozen dessert | 0 comments

Frozen Fruit cups

Frozen Fruit cups

This past Saturday,I watched Pioneer Woman making frozen fruit cups for her kids.More then being healthy,those little frozen cups of fruit looked so cute,I just couldn’t wait to make it.

I would have preferred to use peaches like PW but I was pushing my overflowing,loaded grocery cart and two tired kids at the tail end of grocery shopping,which seemed  never ending to me, and literally grabbing what I could passing by the frozen fruit aisle.Easier to grab from the aisle is what made it to my recipe.Did I mention I do not like grocery shopping?Why?It takes too much time and at times I feel like I am running around the circle.Anyway,i will stop griping now,so you can read on what went to this yummy and healthy cup of goodness.

Fruit Cups

Fruit Cups

Frozen Fruit cups

Ingredients

  1. 1 (20Oz) can pineapple crushed
  2. 1 (29Oz) can mandarin oranges
  3. 1/2 of (14 Oz) pack of frozen fruit mix (mango,papaya,Strawberry)
  4. 1 (14 Oz) frozen tropical blend(Peaches,Pineapple,Banana,Mango)
  5. 1 (15 Oz) pineapple juice concentrate
  6. 2 Tablespoon sugar
  7. Assembly
  8. Clear Plastic cups
  9. Plastic wrap

Instructions

  1. Thaw the juice concentrate.Add everything in a big bowl.Mix it.
  2. Spoon the fruit mixture in a clear plastic cups,cover and wrap with plastic wrap.
  3. Freeze it.
  4. Take it out from the freezer,1 hr before ready to eat.
  5. If you are in hurry,microwave it for couple of seconds.
  6. Enjoy
http://www.handfulofjoy.com/frozen-fruit-cups/

Yummy Notes:
  • Use your favorite blend of fruits/juice frozen or fresh.Amount of ingredients will change.
  • Use whatever kind of plastic cups you like,fill it up to a serving size.
  • My kids are not fond of these fruit cups.Shocker.I will keep tweaking the fruits/juices and hopefully someday they will like it.I LOVE it and eat it as a breakfast.Or use frozen to make it smoothies.

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