• 1 box jelly crystals
  • 225ml hot water
  • 225ml cold water
  • 1 medium guava (fresh/tinned)
  • 1 medium plum
  • 1 small banana
  • 1/2 medium apple
These frozen fruity jelly pops are mostly ideal for kids. They will especially be fun preparing them together with children as I did with my girls. If you don’t like jelly you can do this with fruit juice or any other drink.

Please note that you will have to get the jelly or the juice absolutely frozen (like ice-cubes) for this to work.

Quick Instructions

  1. Get your ingredients ready, chop the fruits that you will be using. Here I used guavas (1 medium fresh/tinned), bananas (1 small), apples (1/2 medium apple) and plums (1 medium plum). Measure 225ml hot water in a jug. Add the jelly and stir until it dissolves. Add the cold water (225ml) and again give a quick mix.
  2. Get your ice-cube tray and put your fruits in the holes. Spoon or pour the jelly of fruit juice (whichever you’re using) into the ice-cube tray with fruits. Put tray in freezer until jelly or juice is frozen as ice-cubes. When done, insert toothpick at one end of the frozen fruit jelly to make it into pops 🙂

 



Pictorial Detailed Instructions

Step-1

Get your ingredients ready, chop the fruits that you will be using. Here I used guavas, bananas, apples and plums (a). Measure 225ml hot water in a jug (b). Add the jelly and stir until it dissolves (c). Add the cold water and again give a quick mix (d).

 

Step-2

Get your ice-cube tray and put your fruits in the holes (a). Spoon or pour the jelly of fruit juice (whichever you’re using) into the ice-cube tray with fruits (b). Put tray in freezer (c) until jelly or juice is frozen as ice-cubes. When done, insert toothpick at one end of the frozen fruit jelly to make it into pops 🙂 (d)

 

Frozen fruity jelly-pops

Frozen fruity jelly-pops

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So next time you’re having some kids over if you don’t have any living with you right now, why not try this out. Get them involved too and have fun! Remember, I appreciate your feedback and comments so you can drop me one when you’ve tried these, telling me how it went.

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