Icy Poles

By Michelle McHugh

Icy Poles
A fantastic way to use in-season fruit these refreshing icy poles are great for entertaining on the weekends. Made with real fruit and no preservatives they're a great way to get the kids in the kitchen.

A fantastic way to use in-season fruit these refreshing icy poles are great for entertaining on the weekends. Made with real fruit and no preservatives they’re a great way to get the kids in the kitchen.

Makes 12

2 cups water

1 cup caster sugar

1 tbsp lemon juice

120g raspberries

250g strawberries,

hulled and chopped

300g watermelon flesh

3 small kiwifruit, peeled

and chopped

1 Combine water and sugar in 
a saucepan over a medium heat. Stir until sugar is dissolved and mixture comes to the boil. Simmer for 10 minutes. Add lemon juice. Cool.

2 Place raspberries and 
1 cup sugar syrup into a food processor. Process to a smooth puree. Pour into 3 icy-pole moulds. Place strawberries and 
½ cup syrup into a food processor.

3 Process to a smooth puree. Pour into 3 icy-pole moulds. Place watermelon and ½ cup sugar syrup into a food processor. Process to a smooth puree. Pour into 3 icy pole moulds. Place kiwifruit and 1 cup sugar syrup into a food processor. Process to a smooth puree. Pour into 3 icy-pole moulds.

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