Fruit Sticks


Ingredients:

Ripe Mango – 2 (wash and peel off the skin and chop it finely)
Apple – 2 (wash and peel off the skin and chop it finely)
Seedless grapes – 50gms (finely chopped)
Watermelon – few pieces (finely chopped)
Jelly Crystals - 1/2 cup (I used Flavored Strawberry Jelly crystals to get good color and flavor)
Mango Juice - 1 glass





Cooking Instructions:

You can prefer any fruits to do this fruit sticks but better can avoid banana since it will be little mashy.

Prepare the jelly crystals as per the instructions given in the packet. I prepared it in the following method.Empty the jelly crystals in 2 cups of water and stir well. Boil this mixture for few minutes.



Now add fruits of all kind one by one to ¾ of the each mould. Add little mango juice in all moulds. Finally add jelly liquid in all moulds. Insert ice cream sticks in all the moulds and let it to freeze overnight in the refrigerator. Fruit Sticks are now ready.

I prepared this recipe a long ago inspired by seeing it in Vanisri blog.

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33 comments:

Ann said...

thats interesting..and brings back childhood memories

Happy cook said...

Here it is freezing. It was - 3°c.
So will make this in the summer time.
Looks yumm and love the colours in them.

spicelover said...

Hi sri,
icecream looks cooooolll..& colorful:)do visit my 10 days old blog.

spicelover said...

Hi sri,
icecream looks cooooolll..& colorful:)do visit my 10 days old blog.

Shama Nagarajan said...

wow..inviting one.send me a stick

Ivy said...

That looks fantastic. What a great idea.

notyet100 said...

hii,..ya even i saw them in vanis blog,.fruitsticks look perfect...

Preety said...

hey looks like kulfi which we use to eat in the India..the only difference is that were made out of milk only but yours is much more healthy with all the fruits..But i don't have moulds to try this:(

Arundhuti said...

wow! tempting pics!

Uma said...

mmm. looks so delicious. Badam halwa looks great too! Yummy!

Gita's Kitchen said...

THe fruit sticks look so colorful and so delicious, an ideal low-fat dessert even when entertaining :)

Mahimaa's kitchen said...

wow fruit sticks is a very nice idea and healthy too. great for kids!

SriLekha said...

thanks everybody for ur quick comments!

Sanghi said...

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SriLekha said...

thanks sanghi!
will surely visit ur blog!

Jaishree said...

Looks yumm and coool.love the colours in them.Badam halwa looks delicious& mouth watering srilekha:)

SriLekha said...

thanks jaishree!

SriLekha said...

@preety: u can use tumblers at ur home itself as moulds!

G.Pavani said...

looking colorful and mouthwatering me..

sowmya said...

lovely colour..looks yumm

Priya said...

Its quite freezing, but i would love to have this fruits sticks..looks colourful n delicious Srilekha..great work..

Sanghi said...

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vidhas said...

Mouthwatering fruit sticks, Srilekha. Photos make me to hve right now!! too tempting. Nice idea to use tumbler as a mould, let me try after jan.

Kitchen Flavours said...

Wow fruity, juicy and yummy....

Ashwini Kenchanna said...

Wow, yummy and colorful.My daughter will surely love this , but it is cold here.. so will try on a warm day.. really tempting...

SriLekha said...

thank u my friend for ur comments1

Asha said...

Thanks Srilekha, happy new year to you too.

What a great idea to freeze fruit chunks for a fruit stick!! I will try this in Summer, it's too cold now! :))

SriLekha said...

happy to see u back again asha!

Malar Gandhi said...

Looks great, bet tasted yummy! When the winter passes by, will sure give it a try...

SriLekha said...

thanks Malar!

Mercina said...

This is such a cool idea! I'll definitely try this in the summer!

Seena said...

wow, will send my kids to you.. nice recipes.. :)

SriLekha said...

thanks Mercina and Seena