Authentic Frozen Mexican Fruit Popsicles
If you are looking for Mexican popsicle recipes, the following recipe makes eighteen frozen Mexican fruit popsicles in three delicious flavors – mango, sour orange, and chili cucumber. These Mexican popsicles are really delicious and they keep for up to a two weeks in the freezer. Nearly all Mexican kids grow up eating paletas in Mexico and fresh seasonal fruit is often used to make them.
You can make Mexican popsicle recipes with water or water mixed with cream or milk for a creamier finish. Cantaloupe, strawberry, lime, watermelon, and chocolate are all popular Mexican popsicle varieties but the possibilities are endless and you can experiment with your own flavors. You should use 1/4 cup to 1/3 cup capacity popsicle molds to make these Mexican popsicles. You can get them in hardware stores and cookware stores. You will also need popsicle sticks.
The following Mexican popsicles recipe makes six mango popsicles, which are sweet and delicious, six sour orange popsicles, which are incredible refreshing and six chili cucumber popsicles, which might sound strange to non-Mexicans but this, is one of the best ones. Cucumber and chili go incredibly well together and this is such a refreshing flavor. Leave the seeds in the jalapeno for a spicier result.
Traditional Paletas – Mexican Popsicles
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- 3 cups peeled, seeded cucumber, in 1 inch chunks
- 1 ⅓ cups orange juice
- ⅓ cup lemon juice
- 2 ½ cups mango flesh, cut into 1 inch chunks
- ⅓ cup plus 3 tablespoons lime juice
- ½ cup plus ⅔ cup white sugar
- 1 jalapeno chili, stem and seeds removed
- Combine the mango chunks with 3 tablespoons of the lime juice and ¼ cup of the sugar in a blender to make the mango paletas mixture.
- Stir the orange juice with the remaining lime juice and ¼ cup of the sugar together to make the sour orange paletas mixture.
- Combine the cucumber with the remaining sugar, the lemon juice, and the chili in a blender to make the chili cucumber paletas mixture.
- Strain the cucumber mixture through a fine-mesh strainer.
- Pour the mango mixture into the 6 holes of a popsicle mold, the sour orange mixture into another mold and the chili cucumber mixture into a third one, so you end up with 18 popsicles.
- Attach the covers and insert sticks, leaving a couple of inches of each stick exposed.
- Freeze them upright for between 3 hours and 2 weeks.
- To release the paletas, hold the mold under running warm water up to the rim for a few seconds, until they release from the covers.
- Serve immediately.
Number of servings (yield): 6
Culinary tradition: Mexican
Fruit popsicles are a great way to cool down in the summer and Mexican popsicle recipes are some of the very best. These popsicles are really easy to make and you can combine any fruit you want with water or water mixed with milk for a creamier flavor. Add some lemon juice, lime juice or chili and you have an authentic Mexican paleta recipe. Perhaps you have tried Mexican strawberry popsicles before or another flavor. The chili cucumber popsicles are something of an acquired taste but they are truly refreshing. Kids and adults love Mexican popsicles and they are so quick and easy to make. They freeze in about three hours.
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