Frozen shaved fruit ice

Frozen shaved fruit ice

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  • 1
  • Easy
  • 10 minutes, plus overnight freezing time

August 2023 was the month of freezing fruit and grating it on TikTok. Peaches, strawberries, plums – every fruit you can think of was frozen. We tested the trend with blood oranges and can confirm it’s delicious and tastes just like sorbet. We did have a few warnings: 1) your hands will get VERY cold, and 2) it melts very quickly. So don’t plan to make this for a dinner party – one portion is probably all you’ll manage before your fingers freeze!


  • 1 blood orange, peeled
  • ½ cup Woolworths double-cream yoghurt
  • a drizzle of honey
  • 6 almonds, chopped
  • Fresh basil or mint

Cooking Instructions

@wwtaste We tested the viral shaved frozen fruit trend with blood oranges - and can confirm: this one is a winner! Only caveat: you’re probably only going to want to make one portion because your hands will freeze! Also it melts super fast, so by the time you’ve made a second bowl, the first will have melted. Still, a delicious, super fresh sweet treat. Also, heads up: blood oranges are on shelf at @Woolworths SA right now for a super short window - dont walk, run! #shavedfruit #frozenshavedfruit #bloodoranges #easyrecipes #trendingrecipes ♬ original sound - WWTaste

1 Peel the orange and place into a container or Ziploc bag in the freezer. Freeze overnight, or for at least 6 hours, or until completely frozen.

2 Place the yoghurt in a bowl. Using a Microplane or fine grater, shave the frozen fruit onto the yoghurt. Drizzle over the honey and sprinkle over the nuts and herbs. Serve immediately – before it melts!

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Photograph: Katherine Pope

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TASTE's head of digital content is an adventurous, if somewhat haphazard cook. Her favourite recipes are all either cake, curry, or risotto, and she is an expert at hiding vegetables in unexpected places, to outwit her veg-hating toddler and husband.

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