I added more sugar since my kiwis were very tart. I think they must of been on the small size since all I could taste was the apple juice so added 3 more. My guests loved it but I wasn't overly fond UNTIL the next day I decided to make it as a slushy drink. I filled a glass just over half full with the kiwi mix and then topped it with gingerale. YUMMY. Made for ZWT 5 for the Aus/NZ region for team Zaar Chow Hounds
This is a nice light dessert. I used my ice cream maker also. Refrigerated overnight, 20 minutes in the machine and it was done. My kiwi were a little more tart so I'd like to add some more sugar next time. Thanks for posting. I made this for ZWT III 2007 - Australia & New Zealand Region - Desserts Challenge
Perfect for a summer day! Refreshing and not overly sweet. Not too many calories and you feel like you are indulging. Thanks Mama!
*WOW* excellent, easy to make. I put all the ingredients in the blender and then into the fridge for two hours, then into the ice cream maker for about 15-20 minutes. Not much sugar in this but just right for us! The orange zest compliments the kiwi very well. We had your Yummy Crispy Baked Fish for dinner and kiwi ice for dessert what a great combination. I will be making this again and soon. Thanks Mama
yes, indeed--light, refreshing, cool. Perfect for this very hot and muggy weather and very pretty made into little balls with a melon baller and garnish with kiwi and fresh mint. Thanks, Mama!
Loved it. I had this for desert after a spicy shrimp dinner. It was cooling and refreshing. Will definitely make again. Thanks Mama!
Yes light, refreshing and cooling! I did this the easy quick way. I used frozen apple juice cubes placed all ingredients into the blender (vita mix) blended till smooth. This made 2 servings!!! very good!