Coconut Water Fruit Cubes Recipe

Recipe By Slurrp

Coconut water is one of my all-time favorite beverages. Its high in electrolytes, much lower in sugar than juice, and oh so refreshing when its very, very cold. But its more than a drink. In Thailand, they also use coconut water in cooking, especially in desserts.These Coconut Water And Fruit Ice Cubes are a cool way to jazz up your drink and stay hydrated during the hot summer months!

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Coconut Water Fruit Cubes

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Ingredients for Coconut Water Fruit Cubes Recipe

  • 4 cup UFC coconut water
  • 1 tablespoon agar agar powder
  • 6 tablespoon Sugar
  • As required Fruit of your choice: Used here are mango, pineapple, strawberries, blackberries, blueberries, mandarin slices, and kiwi fruit. Make sure the fruits are good! If they’re not ripe or sweet, the dessert won’t be good

Directions: Coconut Water Fruit Cubes Recipe

step 1

  • STEP 1.For fruits that square measure smaller than the mold (blueberries, blackberries, mandarin slices) leave them whole. For larger fruit, cut them into tiny items not larger than ¾ in.. For strawberries, select a tiny low one and cut them in.

step 2

  • STEP 2.Place fruit into the molds, a number of items per piece if they’re tiny, however, confirm you don’t crowd the mold or the jelly won’t be able to hold along. You wish to depart lots of space around the fruit in order that it

step 3

  • STEP 3.Ll be encircled by the jelly.

step 4

    step 5

    • STEP 4.Put a pair of ½ cups of the milk in a very tiny pot, sprinkle agar powder on prime, and stir.

    step 6

    • STEP 5.Turn the warmth on and convey to a full boil whereas stirring of.

    step 7

    • STEP 6.Once it involves a full boil, shut down the warmth, then confirm the agar agar powder has totally dissolved by spooning some liquid into a metal spoon, then pour the liquid off and appearance to examine that there are not any specks of agar powder remaining on the spoon. If there are specks keep heating and stirring until they’re gone. Add sugar and stir till dissolved.

    step 8

    • STEP 7.Add the remaining one ½ cups of milk to assist chill out down quicker. If victimization delicate fruits that flip soft simply like strawberries, don’t do that till it’s heat (you ought to be able to place your finger in it with no problem) so it won’t cook the fruit and switch it mushy.

    step 9

    • STEP 8.You can begin victimization it on alternative sturdier fruits 1st (pineapple, mangoes, mandarin oranges can do fine) and are available back for the fragile ones once it’s cool enough.

    step 10

    • STEP 9.Assembling transfer the milk into an instrumentality with a running spout. Fill every mold with the milk till it simply comes underneath the rim (don’t let it flow over or the items are connected at the highest and won’t have clean sides).

    step 11

    • STEP 10.Let cool till a minimum of the highest is ready (for straightforward no-spill transport), then move them to the electric refrigerator and chill for a minimum of a pair of hours in order that they are nice and cold for serving.

    step 12

    • STEP 11.To unmold merely flip it the wrong way up, holding it slightly on top of a serving plate, then pass on the bottoms of all the items till they slide out. If you’re employing a laborious mold, you

    step 13

    • STEP 12.Ll be able to insert a pick into the facet whereas holding it the wrong way up over a plate, then push it slightly and it ought to slide out simply.

    step 14

    • STEP 13.Flip them the wrong way up for serving. Relish your refreshing ice cubes.
    calories per serving
    268 g Fat26 g Protein95 g Carbs64 g FiberOther

    Current Totals

    • Fat
    • Protein
    • Carbs
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    • Carbs
    • Protein
    • Fiber


    • Fat

    Vitamins & Minerals

    • Calcium
    • Iron
    • Vitamin A
    • Vitamin B1
      < 1mg
    • Vitamin B2
      < 1mg
    • Vitamin B3
    • Vitamin B6
      < 1mg
    • Vitamin B9
    • Vitamin B12
      < 1mcg
    • Vitamin C
    • Vitamin E
    • Copper
    • Magnesium
    • Manganese
    • Phosphorus
    • Selenium
    • Zinc
    Percent Daily Values are based on a 2000 calorie diet. All nutritional information presented are estimates and not meant to substitute professional dietary advice or treatment
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    Recipe By Slurrp