These delicious homemade frozen fruit cocktail cups in mason jars are a way to preserve summer fresh fruits to be enjoyed all year long.
Frozen fruit cocktails that are available in the market at superstores, although quite delicious often have preservers in them and artificial food colors which makes them anything but healthy. Moreover, they also have added sugar and calories and eating too much of them can cause weight gain and diabetes.
This simple recipe tells you all you need to know about homemade frozen fruit cocktail cups. The best thing about this recipe is that it is one hundred percent natural and only fresh fruit and fresh juice is needed to make this delicious cup of fruit cocktail.
It is extremely easy to make and doesn’t take a lot of time either.
Homemade frozen fruit cocktail cups are the perfect recipe for kids and adults alike. Kids, especially don’t like to eat fruit otherwise and this is a smart way of getting them to eat some. Moreover, fruit cocktail cups make excellent snack in between meals. Instead of eating some oily food full of calories have one of these as they are quite filling. Moreover, one should always try to eat healthy and fruits are an essential part of the diet.
These fruit cocktail cups would taste heavenly in summers and when the sun is burning outside, you can enjoy while have one these goodies. They taste even better in the winter time when fresh fruit is not at it’s best.
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