Orange Popsicle with Jaggery | Healthy Orange Lolli Ice recipe | Fresh Orange Ice
How to make Orange Popsicle with Jaggery | Healthy Orange Lolli Ice recipe | Fresh Orange Ice with detailed snaps and step-by-step procedure.
These cute Orange Popsicles make me roll back to my childhood days when my sissy & I melt ourselves down in enjoying our mommy's Popsicles. Popsicles are more fun to eat whether we are kids or adults. Moreover, it turns up the child side of adults when they eat the Popsicle.
Though Popsicles made with any fresh fruits are enjoyable, these sweet & tangy Orange Popsicles should always hit the goal of showing off their refreshing taste anytime. Do you think the diluted orange juice would work? Of course, it would. But it kind of tastes like chilled orange juice, isn't it? Think of giving a twist to your usual orange juice that will reflect in your Orange Popsicles.
What's special in our Orange Popsicle?
- We add a little cornstarch that will end up giving a good density to your Orange Popsicle.
- A little cinnamon stick would do magic and it would turn a usual Orange Popsicle into an amazing Orange Cinnamon Popsicle.
- Also, we add a little fresh orange pulp that adds a texture and taste to the Orange Popsicle.
- The most important thing is we don't use refined sugar here. Jaggery is used for sweetness and healthiness.
Since I made these popsicles in my mom's place, I use a 150ml cup that she owns for measurement. I squeezed about 7 oranges to get 2 cups of fresh orange juice, which is 300ml. And, I use 2&1/4 cups of water in the recipe. After adding the pulp and honey, you will get around 700ml of Orange Juice that you can pour into any mould or even disposal cups (with the sticks inserted) if you don't own a mould.
Some dos and don'ts for the best Orange Popsicles:
- Do not add more corn starch as the density will go very thick. We need a runny consistency which is slightly denser than water.
- Adding a little salt and honey would enhance the taste of the Orange Popsicles.
- Use fresh oranges instead of canned juice to enjoy the real taste of the Popsicles.
- Adjust Jaggery and honey based on the sweetness of the oranges.
- Cool down the thickened cornstarch water completely before adding the Orange juice. Adding orange juice to the hot liquid could make it tastes bitter.
That's it guys! Even though it's a matter of 5 minutes to prepare the Orange Popsicles, we should wait until they freeze completely. Having said that, it would be worth a wait to melt into the fresh, sweet, tangy, and pulpy Orange Popsicle. Buy some fresh oranges and get your hands on this recipe to kick off the tiredness from the scorching summer.
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The healthy Orange Popsicle made with fresh orange juice, orange pulp, and Jaggery with a twist of cinnamon.
Orange Popsicle with Jaggery
- Fresh Orange Juice - 2 cups
- Fresh Orange Pulp - 1/4 cup
- Water - 2 & 1/4 cups
- Salt - a pinch
- Corn Starch - 1 tbsp
- Cinnamon - a small stick
- Honey - 1 tbsp
- Jaggery powder - 1/2 cup
- Squeeze and prepare 2 cups of fresh orange juice.
- Add 2 cups of water to the pan.
- Add a cinnamon stick, and jaggery powder to the pan.
- In a small bowl, mix a tablespoon of cornstarch with a quarter cup of water and prepare a corn slurry.
- Add the corn slurry to the boiling water, and cook until it thickens slightly.
- Cool down the liquid completely.
- Now, add Orange juice, orange pulp, salt and honey to the liquid, and mix well.
- Pour into the Popsicle moulds, and freeze them for 6 to 8 hours.
- Dip the mould in the water for a few minutes to de-mould the Popsicles quickly.
- Enjoy the Orange Popsicles right away!
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Step-by-Step Procedure with Pictures
How to Make?
- Add 2 cups of water to a pan. To it, add cinnamon and Jaggery.
- Make a corn slurry by adding a tablespoon of corn starch to a quarter cup of water.
- Add the corn slurry to the boiling water.
- Mix well until the liquid thickens.
- Cool down the liquid completely and discard the cinnamon stick from the liquid.
- Squeeze about 6 to 7 oranges and get 2 cups of Orange juice ready. Add the orange juice to the cooled-down liquid. Also, add orange pulp, salt, and honey to the liquid.
- Mix well, and fill up the popsicle mould. You could use tea cups or even disposable cups.
- Freeze for about 6 to 8 hours until they are completely set.
- Dip the mould in the water and de-mould the Popsicles.
- Enjoy the Orange Popsicles right away!
- Adjust sweetness based on the sweetness of the Oranges.
- Use fresh orange juice to enjoy the real taste.
Healthy! Tasty! Mouth-Melting!
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