White Peach, Lychee, And Raspberry Pops

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Cannelle et Vanille


Oh!!!! I forgot. I totally skipped the lychees. They seemed out of place. I used local berries and peaches and didn't want to add a fruit grown so far away. That being said, I love lychees and use them in sangria all of the time.
Leslie Bridle   •  11 Jul   •  Report
I haven't tasted them frozen yet, but each part tasted wonderful before swirled together in the Popsicle mold. In the interest of using what I had on hand, I used plain kefir instead of yourt. They are similar to begin with and kefir has a higher probiotic content so I'm certain it will work out fine. I added an extra 2 tablespoons of sugar because once frozen the sweetness will be "dulled" and I thought it could use the boost. Lastly, though I have raspberries, my boyfriend asked for blackberries (which I also have). I can't wait to have one later . . .
Leslie Bridle   •  11 Jul   •  Report
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1 cup (125 g) raspberries

1/4 cup (50 g) natural cane sugar

2 white peaches, peeled, pit removed, and diced

6 fresh lychees, peeled and pit removed

1 tablespoon lemon juice

1/4 cup (50 g) caster sugar

1 1/2 cups (175 g) full-fat, Greek-style yogurt

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