I recommend everyone to use this method of preserving the fruit, it is like a very fragrant jam (not like the classic jams where you feel more sugar, not the fruit - because of the boiling process). The sugar preserves the color and aroma of the fruits - a real delight, I use them as jam for pancakes, compotes, desserts, for children in cheese, etc.
In this way I preserve strawberries, raspberries, cherries, cherries, peaches, apricots, blueberries, etc.
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In this recipe I used raspberries, you could freeze your favorite fruits.
So, raspberries are chosen to be clean without leaves and dirt - be careful, raspberries are not usually washed, because the fruit is crushed.
Add the sugar.
Mix lightly, so as not to crush the fruit hard (although I really recommend crushing strawberries and peaches) and leave it for 1-2 hours to leave a little juice.
If you do not have time to leave them then mix them continuously until it leaves a little syrup.
Prepare the containers in which you want to freeze the fruit. You choose them depending on how big you want the fruit portion to be. I have tested several containers, the most optimal, simple and cheap are the disposable glasses.
In each glass put a small disposable bag, to cover the entire inner surface of the glass and to remain on the edges.
Fill the glasses with the composition of fruit and sugar.
Tie the bags tightly and put the fruit glasses in the freezer overnight - to harden well.
After they have hardened, remove them from the glasses. The fruits will have the shape of a glass, will take up less space in the freezer and are very compact.
Arrange these fruit lighters in a freezer bag, close tightly and put them back in the freezer.
Along the way, when you need it, take out a fruit lighter, thaw it and enjoy it with pleasure :)
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