Tangerine Ice

Tangerine ice pops with flavor. It's like a snow cone, only better and healthier, too! Actual work time is breif, but because of the 3 hour freezing, this is definitely a make ahead recipe. You can make the ice with just about any kind of juice you like. Orange is good, and when clementines are at their peak of deliciousness. If your lucky enough to have Meyer lemons at a store near you, try one instead of a lime. I found this recipe in Prevention magazine. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.

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  • Leave juice in measuring cup or pour into small bowl. Add salt and stir in sugar, a tablespoon at a time, until mixture reaches desired sweeteness.
  • Pour into any flat pan or dish that will fit in your freezer. Cover with plastic wrap and freeze 1 hour. Stir with fork, breaking up chunks. Cover and return to freezer. Stir every 30 minutes until mixture is evenly icy and granular, about 2 hours longer.
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"Tangerine ice pops with flavor. It's like a snow cone, only better and healthier, too! Actual work time is breif, but because of the 3 hour freezing, this is definitely a make ahead recipe. You can make the ice with just about any kind of juice you like. Orange is good, and when clementines are at their peak of deliciousness. If your lucky enough to have Meyer lemons at a store near you, try one instead of a lime. I found this recipe in Prevention magazine. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping."
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  1. internetnut
    Tangerine ice pops with flavor. It's like a snow cone, only better and healthier, too! Actual work time is breif, but because of the 3 hour freezing, this is definitely a make ahead recipe. You can make the ice with just about any kind of juice you like. Orange is good, and when clementines are at their peak of deliciousness. If your lucky enough to have Meyer lemons at a store near you, try one instead of a lime. I found this recipe in Prevention magazine. I have not tried this recipe, but I'm posting it for safe keeping.
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