Frozen Desserts

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Frozen Desserts 1 Nothing is as refreshing on it. It was stored in an icehouse for a hot day as a frozen dessert. use later in the year. Imagine how hard it was to freeze 3 Once refrigeration was food in the days before electrical invented, people could make and refrigeration! About 2,000 years store desserts such as ice cream or ago, the Roman emperor Nero had fruit ices any time they wanted. a lot of servants to order around. In Today, you can buy frozen desserts the summers, he sent them to bring in dozens of flavors. You can also ice down from the high mountains. invent your own desserts right The ice was cut up and mixed with in your kitchen. Back in the first fruit and honey to make a cool century, even the all-powerful dessert. leader of the whole Roman Empire 2 In the 1700s and 1800s, people couldn’t do that! cut slabs of ice from mountaintops and frozen lakes in winter. This ice was wrapped in straw to insulate You Will Need— The freezer section of a refrigerator Any flavor of fruit juice, or a combination of juices A plastic ice tray 12 ice pop sticks A fork ™ © Advanced Assessment Systems/LinkIt! Duplication is restricted to licensees only. PROCEDURE 1. Pour the fruit juice into the ice tray. Fill each section. You can use different juices in each section if you choose. 2. Put the ice tray in the freezer. 3. After half an hour, ice should be forming. Put a stick in each juice cube. The sticks should stand up straight. If they do not, replace the ice tray in the freezer for a few minutes, and then try again. 4. Put the tray back into the freezer. Wait another half an hour. 5. Check to see if the ice pops are ready by poking the frozen juice with a fork. When the juice is hard to the touch, the ice pops are ready. 6. Remove the ice pops from the tray. Put the ice pops in a bowl and serve. Enjoy! ™ © Advanced Assessment Systems/LinkIt! Duplication is restricted to licensees only.

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