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Grapefruit lemonade :D

It’ll be hot again tomorrow, so lemonade!

Mix 1 part lemon juice, 1,5 part grapefruit juice (my grapefruit was bigger than my lemon haha), 0,5-0,75 part sugar (depending on how sweet you want to make it), 7 parts water. Stir until the sugar has dissolved. Makes about a litre of lemonade :)

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#100happydays – Day 33

033Homemade raspberry-yoghurt popsicles :D

You take:

  • 125 gr fresh (or defrosted) raspberries
  • 3-4 tablespoons of sugar
  • 250 ml Greek yoghurt
  • 75 ml water

Put the raspberries and the water in a blender, and then run the result through a sifter to get the seeds out (this takes a lot longer than you’d think, seriously). Heat up the raspberry pulp in a small pan with the sugar, and wait for it to boil. Stir until all the sugar has dissolved and boil for about 1-2 minutes. Let it cool off, mix it with the yoghurt and fill up your ice pop mould.

Couple of hours later… Tadaaah!

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#100happydays – Day 7

007The last of the homemade mango popsicles… They were delicious. And very easy to make, too. All you need:

  • one mango
  • juice from one orange
  • about two tablespoons of liquid honey

Put it all in a blender (mango in pieces, without skin and stone, obviously) or use an immersion blender (which is what I did, because I was impatient and my mango wasn’t completely ripe yet) and pour the result into whatever popsicle freezer mould you have. The recipe said it would make four to six ice pops, but I had a massive mango so I got eight. They need about two hours in the freezer (perhaps a little more, I only checked after five hours), and you’re done! :D