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No Sugar 3-Ingredient Fruity Popsicle With Mango Watermelon

It's summer time and we need something chilling to beat the heat. But I never have chilled water even on hottest days. Of course, it's not the safest thing to do. Nevertheless, I can still enjoy ice cream - my favorite since childhood. I still remember the Khoya wali kulfi that we used to have. The nostalgia surrounds me when I still hear the sound of any ice cream vendor.
melon mango popsicle

Anyway, cutting the long story short. I decided to try a no sugar ice cream. I had 1 cup of watermelon and wanted to include it. Then I had a few leftover pieces of a mango, which wasn't completely ripe. Of course, you will always find hung curd in my stock.

I took the watermelon pieces. Threw them in the food processor and adding 1/4 cup of hung curd and 1/2 mango. Gave everything a churn until I got a pulpy (more watery) mixture. Poured the mixture in ice cream moulds and set them in the freezer.
fruity popsicle melon mango

The next day took these no sugar beauties out and enjoyed! Taste more like khatti meethi toffees that we used to have during childhood. These are more on the sour side than sweet. If you want these sweeter, please add sugar. I didn't because I like it less sweet :)

Ingredients for No Sugar Kulfi


1 cup- watermelon (de-seeded)
1/2 mango - ripe (mine was half ripe)
1/2 cup- hung curd (here's a quick way to make hung curd- no cloth required)
1 tsp- honey (optional -I didn't add)
black salt or spice mix of your choice (optional) - you may even add jaljeera powder for a spicy punch



You may want to try another of my favorite no sugar, no cream nana ice cream. Check the recipe here.

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