Fruit for dessert is an idea that sounds like a good one ... until you present your child with a slice of melon after dinner and she looks at you as if you've lost your mind.
Somehow, fruit only becomes a festive treat when it's frozen and presented in the right way. Here are two very simple recipes, for sorbet and fruit pops, that your kids will like. They're suitable to make for dinner guests, too.
If you use berries or fruit that's not very sweet, be sure to include at least one fruit with lots of natural sugars, such as bananas, watermelon or cherries. My family recently made strawberry-watermelon sorbet and pops. I've listed a few more flavor ideas in the sidebar. Each recipe makes four, 1-cup servings.
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