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Pineapple, orange and ginger popsicles
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5 from 3 votes

Pineapple, orange and ginger popsicles

These fresh, firey pineapple, orange and ginger popsicles sing of sunshine and summer days.
Prep Time30 mins
Plus freezing time12 hrs
Total Time12 hrs 30 mins
Course: Dessert, Snack
Cuisine: Australian
Keyword: ginger, ice pole recipe, icy pole, orange, pineapple, popsicle, popsicle recipe, summer
Servings: 6 3.4oz (100ml) popsicles

Equipment

  • popsicle mould and sticks
  • mini or full sized food processor
  • micro-plainer or grater with a fine/rind side

Ingredients

  • ½ large fresh, very ripe pineapple
  • 3 large ripe oranges
  • ½ medium knob fresh ginger *add the whole knob if you like it hot!

Instructions

  • Cut and core the pineapple and remove skin *see photos for tips how to do this
  • Cut pineapple into pieces and blitz untill smooth. Strain and place juice into a large jug.
  • Juice oranges, strain and add to pineapple juice.
  • Grate ginger using a micro-planer or small side of a regular grated.
  • Add ginger to pineapple and ginger juice. Chill, then strain to remove ginger pulp.
  • Pour into moulds, add sticks and freeze overnight or until set.
  • Remove from moulds and enjoy!

Notes

This recipe uses about half a knob of fresh ginger, about half an inch long by one inch wide ISH.  If you like it hot add more ginger, if you prefer a more subtle ginger flavour add less. 
Do NOT use  the ginger you get in a jar, they are often made with vinegar or similar.  This can be OK for savoury dishes but will taste awful in these.