Ann Reardon

Fun Fizzy Fruit

fizzy fruit carbonated dry ice

Merry Christmas Everyone! Do you need a crazy fun dessert that is also good for you… this is it. Make the inside of any fruit fizzy in two easy steps. Then watch the joy on your guests faces as they try it for the first time.


To make fizzy fruit you will need:
Fruit, make sure it is ripe and sweet, smaller fruit like grapes work best.
A cooler or an esky (as we call it in Australia)
4 blocks of dry ice the size we had was 20cm (7.87 inches) x 15cm (5.91 inches) x 1.5cm (0.59 inches)
Plastic wrap

how to make fizzy fruit

Got some dry ice left over? Try these experiments from Reardon Bro’s below

by Ann Reardon How To Cook That

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17 Comments View Comments

  1. Rating: 5

    Can I use Agar Agar powder as a substitute for gelatin?

  2. Rating: 5

    I tried this and was amazed that it actually worked!! thanks

    • Hi toby, awesome, it’s a weird sensation eating fizzy fruit isn’t it.

  3. Rating: 5

    I’m not allowed to go on YouTube any more so I think of your website as a lifesaver. Can you right how to make it. By the way, I have been watching you ever since I could get my hands on a device or computer with YouTube

  4. Rating: 5

    I absolutely LOVE your videos! I was inspired by the character of Micki and decided write a description. Here it is:
    I imagine Micki to have hazel eyes and blonde hair, or perhaps auburn hair and violet eyes—both striking and unusual combinations. She is tough, maybe a little rough, but fiercely loyal and not squeamish around gross things. You can always count on her to come through. She is naturally suspicious (but not quite paranoid), and often jumps to conclusions, which could get her into some serious predicaments. I also imagine Micki to be impulsive and too quick to judge. She has the tendency to hold grudges for a VERY long time, and is very guarded about her past. Her worst fear is to lose someone she loves, to see them die in a horrible way (material for a backstory there?).
    As for style, I think that she would dress casually and simply with blouses, loose skirts, stylish day dresses, and shoes with low heels, yet have her own flair. She’ll don fancier attire every once in a while—for formal events (maybe even at the cinema?). Micki might go for hats, and even wear pants as well. She’s very adaptable—comfortable in a plain suit (blouse, jacket, skirt), exquisite evening dress, or pants. She would keep a locket around her neck. It could hold a picture or lock of hair—or some mysterious secret (more backstory!). This is who I imagine Micki to be.

    • Thanks Lydia, I have forwarded your description of Micki onto Dave.

  5. Can i use tupperware as a replacement of esky

    • Hi Sakha, The tupperware won’t be able to keep things cold enough. You need the process to happen slowly.

  6. Rating: 5

    hello ann i can only get a hold of 38 cm. dry ice cubes will that effect the finished product….. please let me know im making this tomorrow

    • that should be fine

  7. Rating: 5

    The fizzy fruit was a brilliant Idea and it was the favorite at Christmas. It was right in front of my delicious Mountain Dew Jello

    • that’s awesome

  8. please will you make a recipie for jelly because in the uk we dont get jell-o

    • Hi irum, You can buy jelly crystals to make jelly in UK supermarkets which is the same as jello.

  9. Rating: 5


  10. Rating: 5

    So creative! Love ur family ❤️❤️❤️

  11. Rating: 5

    This is incredible! Can’t wait to try it 😀 Great video again!

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