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Nothing says summer more to me than watermelon. Sitting on the beach eating watermelon after a long day of swimming and building sand castles... Aaahhh! Watermelon also lends itself nicely to freezing into popsicles - either in chunks (just poke a stick in and freeze), or blended to mix with other flavours. In this instructable I'll describe the basic method for blended fruit popsicles then introduce a few recipes to make your summer delicious and refreshing!

Step 1: Method: Basic Watermelon Ice Blocks/Popsicles

Making popsicles from fruit is easy, healthy and refreshing. In six easy steps you can be sitting in the sun eating your own delicious guilt free treat

  • Start by peeling and chopping your watermelon.
  • Blend it with a leaf or two of mint.
  • Pour it into your molds.
  • Insert a popsicle stick. To hold the popsicle stick in place I cut a piece of heavy paper and made a slot in the middle of it to hold the stick in place.
  • Freeze for at least 5 hours, or until the stick is firm in the fruit.
  • Soak the molds in water for a minute or so to make extracting your delicious treat easy.

Store the popsicles in a plastic container, separated with wax paper.

Very colorful, healthy and yummy reciepe! i'm gonna try it out at home! Thanks for sharing your ideas! By the way, you've got a new Follower ;))
AnandM542 months ago
Watermelon flavour looks so pretty... All the flavours are delicious........
jessyratfink2 months ago
The contrast of the kiwi is so pretty! Definitely going to need to do this :D