Healthy Fruity Popsicles

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Serves 8 | 2 hours
We had an ice-cream truck pass through our neighbourhood on Sundays. The truck sold soft-serve and popsicles. We’d get so giddy when we heard the siren, begging our mom to get us popsicles. She didn’t always listen to us, but it was such a treat when she did.
  • 4 Laager cranberry & wild cherry flavoured rooibos teabags
  • 2 cups boiling water
  • 4 kiwi fruit, peeled
  • 3 cups mixed berries and cranberries, frozen
Make a strong tea with the teabags and the boiling water. In a saucepan, reduce the tea to 1 cup and cool down completely.
Place the kiwi fruit in a blender and blend until fully liquified. Add half of the reduced tea to loosen the mixture a bit. Pour the kiwi mix into the bottom of a popsicle mould with a stick. Freeze for 1 hour.
Meanwhile, blend the frozen berries and loosen with the rest of the tea. Pour the berry mixture on top of the kiwi popsicles and place back in the freezer for another hour. Enjoy on a hot day.
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Tebo and Lebo, two ordinary kasi girls from Pretoria, have turned their love for cooking into a profession. Trained chefs, the down-to-earth twins love cooking for their family and friends. Food Stories is their invitation to anyone who enjoys good food to join them on their culinary journey: from grandmother Koko’s kitchen to working at a flatbread stand as culinary students and attending university in Los Angeles (“The pizza slices are as big as your face”). The twins make every new taste experience their own. Published by Human & Rousseau, this book is available at leading bookstores for R350.

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