Refreshing Frozen Fruit

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Okay, so this may not exactly be a recipe, but frozen fruit is very refreshing in the hot summer months. It is also more difficult to find organic all-fruit popsicles in the store. So, instead, we like to freeze the real thing: organic grapes and organic watermelon.

Frozen organic grapes are easy. Remove them from the stems, wash and let the water drain out. Transfer the grapes to a glass container and store in the freezer. I usually let them freeze overnight. When ready to eat, just pour out the number that you need into individual serving bowls and put the rest back in the freezer. Kids love them. They are like popping mini popsicles into your mouth.

Frozen organic watermelon is also tasty, but they are a little trickier. Cut them into chunks and keep separated when freezing. I find they are best if frozen for about four hours. Any more than that and they tend to get too hard to bite into. If you cut them to the right size, you can even insert a popsicle stick in one end and have a ready-made pop.

Frozen organic blueberries are another great option and much easier to find in the freezer section of your grocery store when you can’t get them fresh. Prepare fresh bueberries like the grapes above.


This article was written by Sharon Harmon, founder of Life Design for Health. She has a passion for helping people find their way back to optimum health. Please contact her if you would like to know more. There is a great deal of health-related information in her blog articles and on her website.

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