Dye and tie vitamin C popsicle. Don;t get enough fruits in your diet-. Who says healthy food doesn't taste. It's time to say goodbye to the exciting summer fun colors.for now!
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Ingredients of Dye and tie vitamin C popsicle
- It’s 1/2 cup of strawberries.
- You need 1/2 cup of Greek yoghurt.
- It’s 1 of small kiwi cut into thin slices.
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Dye and tie vitamin C popsicle instructions
- First in a grinder take washed strawberries and puree it by using little water.keep this puree aside..
- Now in a same grinder take washed blueberries and puree it. Keep this puree aside..
- Now take popsicle mould,first put kiwi one side of every mould..
- Now first put 2 tsp strawberry puree,then put 2 tsp blueberry puree and then 2 tsp Greek yoghurt. Now repeat this process again and fill every mould.Keep this into deep freezer for about 6-7 hours..
- Take out from fridge,demould it and enjoy. Dye and tie vitamin C popsicle is ready..
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