These edible glasses - made from frozen juice - offer a cool twist on popsicles that both little guests and grown-ups alike will be reaching for on a hot summer day. For this family-friendly recipe, I made the cups by pouring fresh white fruit juice (pear, grape, cranberry or a blend will do) into shot glass ice mold trays, and then I allowed them to set over night. If you cant find shot glass molds at your local craft or kitchen store, though, just fill small disposable party cups with the juice, and use a melon baller to carve out the core to achieve a similar look.
There are so many variations that you can create to make these frozen fruit cups unique! I filled them with fruit salad, but you can put your own spin on them by filling them with ice cream, a summer cocktail, a fruit smoothie, whipped cream, or jello.
4 cups of red, white and blue fresh fruit, served in bite size pieces
8 cups of white juice (white pear, grape, cranberry or a blend)
Pour the juice into the molds and allow them to set in the freezer over night. Just before serving, remove from the freezer, and place the molds on a tray.
Fill each mold with a variety of fresh red, white, and blue fruit.
To keep the cups from melting on a hot summer day, serve them right out of the freezer, orif youre having an outdoor party far from homewrap them in plastic wrap and keep them your ice chest.
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