7 Simple Frozen Kiwi Desserts Recipes

Kiwi is a healthy fruit that contains vitamin C, K, E, potassium, and folate. Its richness of vitamins makes it good for your immune system, your skin as well as your eyesight. Kiwifruit can be preserved better when it’s frozen. This frozen kiwi can be made into a bunch of desserts that will be luscious.

How to Make Frozen Kiwi

Before learning how to process kiwi fruit into some lip-smacking recipes, you need to know how to make frozen kiwi first. You need to prepare some equipment such as knife, cookie sheet, plastic wraps and a freezer bag.

  1. Choose the kiwi fruits which are ripe. Peel the skin and slice the fruit into some pieces. The size of the sliced kiwi should not be too thick nor too thin. It is better to slice it into the right size to keep the nutrients in.
  2. Put the sliced kiwi fruit onto the cookie sheet and make enough space between each of the slices. Keeping the space is important so the slice would be good in appearance after they are frozen. Wrap them with plastic wraps and put them into the freezer.
  3. After the kiwi fruit is already frozen and solid, peel it from the cookie sheet and put the slices into the freezer bag and put it back into the freezer for the longer period

Green Smoothies

Just as its name, the ingredients of green smoothies are basically green. The main ingredients are frozen kiwi and kale or spinach. You have to thaw the frozen kiwi first since it will be hard for your blender to crush it. You can add up more fruit like a banana to sweeten it. Chia seeds and almond milk are also necessary to make the taste perfect. Put all the ingredients above and ice cubes in the blender. Serve it in a glass with the sprinkle of almond chops.

Kiwi Ice Cream

This recipe is perfect for the picky eater children who don’t like to eat fruits. What you need to make it are frozen kiwi, lemon juice, honey, and banana. Put all the ingredients into the blender. Don’t forget to thaw the frozen kiwi first before putting it into the blender. Next, put the mix into the freezer for about two hours. Scoop it onto the ice cream bowl and serve.

Kiwi Smoothie Popsicles

Especially in the summer, nobody will reject popsicles. This popsicle is made of frozen kiwi, pineapple chunks, baby spinach, banana and ice cubes. Put them all into the blender and blend it until it is smooth. Pour the smoothie into the popsicle mold and put it into the freezer. Wait for about 3 hours and the Kiwi Smoothie Popsicle is ready to serve.

Frozen Kiwi Popsicles

For you who wants to preserve the shape of kiwi and making it into cute popsicles, you can try this recipe. The ingredients are quite simple: fresh kiwi, chocolate topping, and crushed pistachio. Slice the kiwi into medium size. Stick the fresh kiwi slices into the pops sticks and add chocolate topping and pistachio on it. put them into the freezer until it gets hard.

Kiwi Mojitos

For the beach looking beverages, here we go the mojitos. What you need to make it: fresh lemon slice, frozen kiwi, sweetener syrup, mint leaves, soda and crushed ice. Put the crushed ice into the glass first and then, pour the soda – preferably the uncolored one – and put the sweetener in it. Put some slices of frozen kiwi and decorate the mojitos with a lemon slice and mint leaves.

Chocolate Kiwi Pops

People hardly say no to cold chocolate pops and when it combines with kiwi, the sour and sweet sensation will be just perfect. You need fresh kiwi – the ripe ones will be best – and chocolate pasta. Slice the fresh kiwi into the right size, so you can stick it into the pops stick. Then, cover the whole surface of kiwi with chocolate pasta. Put it in the freezer for about two until three hours and it’s ready to serve.

Kiwi Pudding Parfait

For you who wants to make a colorful and lip-smacking dessert, you can give this recipe a shot. The ingredients needed are frozen kiwi, chia seeds, toasted coconut flakes, maple syrup, vanilla extract, coconut milk, fresh blueberries, and fresh strawberries.

First, mix vanilla, chia seed, maple syrup and milk in a glass and freeze it overnight. After that, stir them until its texture becomes pudding-like. Put the thawed kiwi into the blender and mix it with the pudding. Put some berries on top of the pudding to make it more appetizing. Put it back into the freezer for about two hours and spread the toasted coconut flakes before you serve it.

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