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Frozen Fruit Snack

Martha Stewart Living, August 2005

These treats are like ice pops but even healthier (and easier to make). You can munch on pieces of frozen fruit whenever you want a cold treat. Line a rimmed baking sheet with parchment paper, and then arrange fruit, such as sliced peaches, raspberries, blueberries, or grapes, in a single layer on top. Freeze, then transfer to small freezer bags. Store up to 1 month.

Comments (20)

  • JLA 11 Oct, 2009

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  • Kathryn_Bea 3 Oct, 2008

    I froze peaches once and when I defrosted them, they turned black. Don't you have to put some kind of fruit preserver on them?

  • cindys66 29 Sep, 2008

    Fairymaker, the newsletter is not being cancelled. The readers below want to cancel and are having difficulty doing this. I also love this newsletter and have plans to use some of these ideas in my new house.

  • fairymaker 29 Sep, 2008

    Where did you ladies see/read that this is being cancelled. I love this newsletter...

  • cindyofcorapeake 29 Sep, 2008

    i do this all the time with my extra fruit..i was wondering alibee5, do you ever dehydrate or dry mangos? My daughters and i love them but i'm not sure how to pick out o good one or dehydrate them. Any help?

  • ibcrafter 28 Sep, 2008

    I can't imagine canceling this newsletter! Wish I had read this tip about 10 days ago when I had too many soft peaches!

  • elimar 28 Sep, 2008

    Why would you want to cancel? These newsletters are so helpful and informative.

  • trarur 28 Sep, 2008

    I have tried to cancel also with no success

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  • Jenaccounting 28 Sep, 2008

    Yes you can freeze apple slices for future pies. I suggest that you freeze them in the amount one pie would call for.

  • pearlyboy 28 Sep, 2008

    Does anyone know if you can freeze apple slices for future apple pies?

  • alibee5 28 Sep, 2008

    Aloha in Hawaii, some fruit (especially bananas, papaya, and mangos in season) is pretty plentiful, and everything can be frozen. To UUJerri: whenever we have a surplus of bananas, we peel and half them lengthwise, put them in baggies and freeze them. They're not only useful in smoothies, but there's nothing like a frozen banana on a hot day - tastes like a creamy banana popsicle. And once they are frozen, they don't turn brown.

  • maggymar 28 Sep, 2008

    UUJ, if you squeeze fresh lemon juice or dunk them in OJ first they won't turn brown. I do it and it works wonderfully! Hope this helps

  • enidr 28 Sep, 2008

    my kids have always loved frozen grapes, when they were little (kids) I used to cut them in half (the grapes) to prevent choking. They thought they were the ultimate treat on a summer day or at night in the hot-tub under the stars I would have the liquid grape and they would have theirs frozen!!

  • UUjerri1 28 Sep, 2008

    How do you do pears and bananas? Don't they turn brown?

  • sunshinegirl 28 Sep, 2008

    Each blueberry season I go to the farm and get several flats to freeze for using on oatmeal or baking. I wash them, dry them on paper towels and put on cookie sheets in the freezer over night then put in bags of 3 cups each. I can't eat oatmeal without them. Not my favorite breakfast but it good for the high cholestral.

  • uniquecardcreations 28 Sep, 2008

    LOL, I just noticed the above video recipes for frozen grapes. Worth checking! I must try them as shown too!

  • uniquecardcreations 28 Sep, 2008

    I also love frozen watermelon,.AND frozen grapes. I remove grapes from the vine, give them a good wash, place individual grapes in snack size ziploc bags and freeze. Great little treat or snack on a hot summer day or over dessert.

  • jlderr7 28 Sep, 2008

    I have also done pears, strawberries, and bananas.

  • megawoman 28 Sep, 2008

    Frozen watermelon is my favorite. I've been doing this for years. Got the idea from my grandmother.