Saturday, March 5, 2011

Fruity Lemon Ice

The weather in Singapore is rather unpredictable nowadays.
It can be bright sunny this moment and the next cloudy, then rainy!
What's happening to our mother earth? 
I really hope that "she's" ok!

I need to travel daily, so I dislike scorching hot sun and rainy days.
Anything in the middle is fine =)
But it seldom happen! 

So I made this Fruity Lemon Ice to be kept in my freezer,
whenever the weather is warm,
I will just scrape a few spoonfuls to eat.
It's tangy and sweet~~
some sweetness from the fruits, and just a bit from the sugar.
I altered the recipe because the original one calls for 1 1/2 cups of sugar! 
That's quite a lot!
I only added 4 tablespoons and it already made the ice so sweet..!

Can anyone resist this icy & sourish dessert? the way, I would recommend everyone to make these into ice pops instead!
I had a hard time scraping! Haha!
Before ending this post, 
let me announce that I will be submitting this post to Jess from Bakericious, 
she's hosting Aspiring Bakers #5 (Fruity March)!
This is my first time, and hope that there will be more chances in future! =)

Fruity Lemon Ice

2 Oranges
3 Lemons
800ml Water
4 Tbsp Sugar

1. Squeeze juice from oranges and lemons, combine in a pot with water.
(Sieve the mixture if you want.)
2. Cook on low heat and when bubbles start to appear at the side of the pot, 
add sugar and mix till dissolved.
3. Remove from heat, let mixture cool down thoroughly.
4. Pour into a plastic container or ice pop containers. 
Cover and store in the freezer for a few hours or until hard.
5. Scrape the ice with a large metal spoon.
6. You may serve plain or with orange pulps.


Recipe Source from : Samantha's Cooking Studio


  1. That looks lovely, so tangy and yummy.

  2. Hi,
    first time here…
    Lovely clicks..looks so yummy!!

  3. this is refreshing for such hot weather. Thanks for the AB submission.

  4. hey thanks all!! =) Keep your comments coming ~