1. Banana ice-cream
Take as many bananas as you like, peel them and put them in the freezer for an hour (basically until they freeze). Once the bananas are out of the freezer, cut them into small pieces and use the blender to blend them, add some water if need be. Depending upon the ripeness, the taste of the bananas will differ, to modify the taste, you can add extra ingredients such as peanut butter, chocolate chips or honey. Soon after your perfectly rich and creamy banana ice-cream would be ready and it's not at all icy as many of you may expect it to be.
2. Frozen berries
Freeze berries to make the best snacks that go along with your cocktails perfectly, they even cool down chill wine without diluting its taste.
3. Fruit ice-cubes
This is the easiest and the most beautiful fruit hack. Place your choice of fruits in your ice tray and do whatever you like with them - add sweetness to your drinks, add them to your dessert for show etc.
4. Orange candles
Ingenuity has no limits, go creative with fruits.
5. Apple secret
Who doesn't like dreams? And it's even better when they seem more real. Hence, drink loads and loads of apple juice.
6. Now apples won't get wasted. Here's how:
7. Well, this is what you keep in mind when you shop for avacados:
8. Re-use left-over avacados
Although storing avacados with the seeds in the refrigerator keep them fresher, to use them for other times, you place the pits without the seeds into a plastic bag and put them in the freezer.
9. Useful ripe bananas
Pick out ripe bananas from your house, peel them, cut them into pieces and freeze them. They are then ready to be blended into a delicious smoothie.
10. Make your own dried fruits at home following these steps:
11. Frozen watermelons
Freeze watermelons throughout the year to enjoy watermelon slush, smoothies and all kinds of watermelon drinks at all times.
12. Fruit against flies
So here's the most awesome trick to get rid of all the fruit flies in your house - take some sliced bananas and some leftover peels of mango, place them in a plastic container and cover the top with a plastic sheet. Now take a thin and sharp stick to poke the container right at the center and within a few days, the flies will all be trapped in this box that you've created. Your fruits will be fly-free and your life will be healthy forever.
13. Frozen delicious grape kebabs
If you're a healthy eater AND host, serve frozen grape kebabs at a cocktail or dinner party with drinks at home. They taste as awesome as they look. You can even try frozen pineapples, they taste as delicious.
14. Grated organic lemon rinds
Freeze grated organic lemon rinds and add the lemon zest to many of your recipes - cold drinks, salads, pasta, pizza, smoothies etc. There are more antioxidants in the rinds than lemon juice itself.
15. Lemon cutting technique
Cut the lemon in half from the longer side, that helps in getting more juice.
16. No need for a juicer
Use a pair of tongs to squeeze a lemon half to get all the juice you need.
17. Artistically cut mangoes
What else do you need?
18. New theory - a pineapple juice a day keeps the doctor away.
Consume pineapple juice for health benefits. The best part is they are awesomely delicious.
19. Watermelon Bowl
Cut the watermelon into half and slice off every bit of watermelon off the peel, leaving behind a neat oval-shaped watermelon bowl. You can use this as a fruit bowl and serve the sliced watermelon along with other fruits in it.
20. Deseed pomegranates easily
Cut the pomegranate into two halves and after pushing the center portion out a little bit, whack the backside with a kitchen spoon (preferably a wooden spoon) to deseed it.
21. 4 simple steps to peel a mandarin orange creatively:
22. Gorgeous Strawberries
Strawberries can make the healthiest and prettiest desserts of all times, just make them appear finer by poking straws through the stems to get them off and serve them dipped in chocolate sauce or without it, they look delicious anyway.
23. Mini caramel apples
Use a melon baller to carve out tiny pieces of apple and pierce them with straws/sticks, dip them into caramel and place them onto cupcake holders for them to harden or settle.