Watermelon is summer’s fruit! Not only is it full of vitamins and hydrating but it also makes a really good frozen treat. This watermelon popsicle recipe is sure to cool you down this summer.
Summer hasn’t gone by without indulging in my favorite summer fruit, watermelon. There are several ways to enjoy a watermelon… eating it cubed, juicing it or making some fabulous cocktails. Watermelon is so versatile, naturally sweet, and full of health benefits.
These watermelon popsicles are made with fresh watermelon juice. It’s quite simple to do and once the watermelon juice is made, you can make popsicles!
How to Make Watermelon Popsicles
Pour the watermelon juice into a popsicle mold. Leave about 1/4″ at the top for the juice to expand when freezing.
Next, add in gummy watermelon candy! Totally optional but it adds texture, flavor, and something sweet to the popsicles.
Then, add in popsicles sticks and freeze over night.
Lastly, to remove the mold run warm water over the bottom of the popsicles molds until the popsicles easily slide out. Do not tug or the popsicle can break.
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If you want to add some watermelon candy into the popsicle, here are some good options:
The gummy candy adds a fun twist to the popsicle! It gives it a chewy, gummy texture and more sweetness.
Is frozen watermelon good?
Yes! watermelon is just as sweet frozen and it’s a great way to cool down in the summer and stay hydrated.
What can you make out of watermelon?
Besides popsicles, you can also make one of these delicious recipes with watermelon!
More Popsicle Recipes You’ll Love!
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- 3 cups watermelon juice
- 8 watermelon candy , gummies
- Pour the watermelon juice into popsicle molds.
- Add in a gummy candy (optional) to each mold.
- Place a popsicle stick inside the mold and attach the lid.
- Freeze overnight. To remove in the morning, run warm water over the bottom of the mold to release the popsicles.