Ice buko pops.[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED]
Ice buko (coconut coconut, fruit of the coco palm (Cocos nucifera), a tree widely distributed through tropical regions. The seed is peculiarly adapted to dispersal by water because the large pod holding the nut is buoyant and impervious to moisture. ) pops are a favorite Philippine delicacy. You can make as a healthy treat for a hot summer's day!
You Will Need: * 1 11.8-ounce can of coconut water * 1/3 cup shredded coconut * 1 tablespoon condensed milk * 1/3 cup chopped fruit (peaches, strawberries, grapes, and so on) * 6 3-ounce papercups * 6 craft sticks * Aluminum foil [ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] Directions: 1. Combine the coconut water, coconut, and condensed milk in a pitcher. Mix well. 2. Divide the chopped fruit evenly between the six cups. 3. Pour the coconut water mixture over the fruit, leaving half an inch at the top. 4. Cover each cup with aluminum foil. 5. Poke a craft stick through the center of each cup's foil. 6. Put the cups in the freezer for at least four hours. 7. Remove the cups from the freezer and run under warm water for a few seconds. 8. Grab the sticks and pull the pops out of the cups. Enjoy!
Nutrition per pop: 58 calories, 2.8 g total fat, 2.3 g saturated fat saturated fat, any solid fat that is an ester of glycerol and a saturated fatty acid. The molecules of a saturated fat have only single bonds between carbon atoms; if double bonds are present in the fatty acid portion of the molecule, the fat is said to be , 74 mg sodium, 10 g carbohydrates Carbohydrates
Compounds, such as cellulose, sugar, and starch, that contain only carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen, and are a major part of the diets of people and other animals.
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n. , 1.5 g fiber, 1.3 g protein.