Dango Fruit Popsicles | フルーツで三色団子のアイスキャンディー

(日本語のレシピは以下にございます。)

Dango Fruit Popsicles | フルーツで三色団子のアイスキャンディー

Need some refreshment this summer while still maintaining your waistline? These popsicles are made of honeydew melon, watermelon and nashi pear, and are meant to look like the popular skewered rice ball snack in Japan – sanshoku dango. These are so healthy, and are a delicious alternative for sugary popsicles. These barely take any time to make, and can be stored in your freezer for those days when you need a healthy and fresh, but still adorable pick-me up. Serve these upright in glasses at a summer party or barbecue for a colourful and eye catching treat! If you don’t feel like freezing these, you could also just serve them fresh and they would be equally as lovely! If you’d like sour popsicles, squeeze a generous amount of lemon juice over all of the fruit before skewering and freezing them.

Ingredients
❤ honeydew melon
❤ watermelon
❤ nashi pear
❤ lemon
❤ bamboo skewers

Directions
1. Using a melon baller, make balls out of the honeydew melon and the watermelon.
2. Peel the nashi pear, and make balls with the melon baller. Squeeze some lemon juice over them to prevent them from turning brown.
3. Skewer 1 ball each of the honeydew, nashi pear and watermelon onto a bamboo skewer in that order.
4. Place these on a tray lined with parchment paper, and place in the freezer until frozen.

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フルーツで三色団子のアイスキャンディー

メロンと梨で作られて、パーティーや夏のおやつにぴったりのアイスキャンディーです!果物ですので、健康なおやつで、ダイエットでも食べられます!冷凍庫に入れなくても、そのままで食べるのもとても美味しいです!大人も子供も食べて楽しめます❤ 酸っぱいのが好きな方は竹串に刺して凍る前にすべてのフルーツにレモン汁をたっぷりつける。

材料
❤ハネデューメロン
❤スイカ
❤梨
❤竹串

作り方
①メロンボーラーでハネデューメロンとスイカを丸くくり抜く。
②梨の皮を剥き、メロンボーラーで丸くくり抜く。茶色になってしまないためにレモン汁を少々かける。
③ハネデューメロン、梨とスイカをその順で1個ずつ竹串に刺す。
④クッキングシートを引いたトレーに並び、凍るまで冷凍庫に入れて置く。

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