An amazing treat on a hot day! These fresh Watermelon Strawberry Popsicles are a great way to cool down! This simple recipe is a must have!
There are a few things in life you can be certain of. One of them is if it is watermelon season here in Florida, I have a watermelon or two sitting on my kitchen counter. I just so happened to cut one open to make these yummy Watermelon Strawberry Popsicles.
To make these yummy popsicles you will need..
- Popsicle Mold
- Popsicle sticks
- Blender or Food processor
- Sugar or another sweetener (optional)
There is not much in this world that can beat the taste of a Fresh From Florida Watermelon. They are sweet, juicy and full of flavor. I love to just crack one open and eat it by itself, but there are so many yummy watermelon recipes too!
I put a couple cups of diced seedless watermelon in my food processor with 1 cup of frozen strawberries. You can use fresh too. I was saving my fresh strawberries for a shortcake.
Puree all the fruit together. I left a few chunks in mine. I like my popsicles with little pieces of fruit in them. If you want your popsicles to be a little sweeter, you can mix in a little sugar to taste. The Watermelon we had was perfectly sweet enough, so I didn’t add any sugar.
I poured the fruit puree into my popsicle mold an my favorite popsicle stick placer helped me get the sticks all in line. We popped these in the freezer over night.
Now when we come in from a fun afternoon outside in the Summer sun we can cool down with one of these mouthwatering Watermelon Strawberry Popsicles. PERFECTION!
I like to pull the popsicles from the mold and put them in sandwich size bags. Then back in the freezer. This frees up the mold for more popsicles.
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Watermelon Strawberry Popsicles
- 2 cup watermelon cubed, fresh
- 1 cup strawberries chopped
- 1/4 cup sugar if desired (optional)
- Puree the fruit in a blender or food processor. Taste the fruit puree. If desired you could add sugar or sweetener of your choice.
- Pour puree into popsicle mold. Freeze overnight.