"I make these all the time for a tasty summer treat and my whole family enjoys them. Just freeze them overnight and you will have delicious pops the next day to snack on." — iluv2cook
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2 1/2 cups
cubed seeded watermelon
One of the best frozen "pops" I've ever made. No, really. We could not stop eating them last night. Granted, it was 92 degrees yesterday but still......awesome recipe! I made no changes or substitutions. Next time, I might increase the berries but that's really just a personal preference. I think this would be awesome with strawberries or even blackberries, when the season starts. NOTE: I do not have popsicle molds because they never seem to work for me. What I do have are dixie cups and popsicle sticks. I just poured the mixture into the dixie cups that I'd set on a small plate, leaving 1/4 inch of room on the top and set them in the freezer. When they firmed up, I just stuck the popsicle sticks in each pop. This way is great because you could just peel away the cup and not have to worry about if the popsicles will come out of the mold. Which is always MY problem.
These are very yummy! I added a little bit of splenda, but honestly sugar and/or sweetener is not needed! The fruit by itself is enough.
Delicious! Made as is, and it was a big hit with a houseful of 14 yr old boys. MURPHSANDY: You should be able to substitute Granulated Splenda cup for cup, or Splenda Sugar Blend, 1/2 c = 1 c sugar. Hope this helps!
Great refreshing recipe! Everybody likes them! Will make again
Yummy! made as is. I wish I had more molds
Yummy and refreshing.
Tastes just like watermelon which is good and bad. Some spots can seem a little bland which is why I gave it 4 stars. Also I used frozen raspberries and blended with a food processor instead of a blender. They turned out just fine.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Yummy Watermelon Pops
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 1
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