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These tasty, healthy icy poles are great for summer! They use four ingredients and are naturally preservative and refined sugar free.
Strawberries, kiwi fruit and oranges are packed full of vitamin c. Strawberries are also full of other
Fruity icy poles
6 hours or until set
250g fresh or frozen strawberries, cut
2 oranges, juiced
1 cup seedless grapes
4 ripe kiwi fruit
Fresh fruit makes delicious icy poles
Add 2 tablespoons strawberries into the mounds.
Add 2 tablespoons of grapes into the mould.
Add the grapes on top of the strawberry layer
Pour orange juice into moulds until 2/3 full.
Add the kiwi fruit layer last and fill each mound with the remaining orange juice. Insert the stick.
Add the kiwi fruit layer last
Freeze for 6 hours or until set.
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