Easy & Simple Watermelon Ice Pops

Something my family and I enjoy all summer long is eating watermelon. My memories of enjoying a chilled slice on a hot day go back to when I was about ten at my grandmother’s house. As a youngster I remember the joys of spitting out the seeds although today most, if not all, watermelons you find are seedless. I remember how messy yet refreshing it was to enjoy something so sweet. My husband is not a fan at all so I wasn’t sure who the kids would take after. Well the verdict is both of them enjoy watermelon.

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The summer may be quickly coming to a close so we are enjoying homemade ice pops as much as we can. I know as a mom when you discover something the kids love, you look for different ways to incorporate it . My children and I enjoy fresh watermelon cut up, we drink it as juice and we also make ice pops. Below are two easy and simple recipes for our summer watermelon ice pops.

Watermelon Ice Pops

Serving size: 6 [depending on size of molds]
3 cups of watermelon
1 cup of Greek yogurt
1 tbsp of honey

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Watermelon & Blueberry Ice Pops

Serving size: 6 [depending on size of molds]
3 cups of watermelon
1/4 cup blueberries
1 cup of Greek yogurt
1 tbsp of honey

2 thoughts on “Easy & Simple Watermelon Ice Pops

  1. Sounds delicious and refreshing! And for a non cook such as myself very easy to make. I will have to give this a try before the end of this Texas heat. Thanks for sharing.

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