We bought some fun popsicles molds so we could start making some fun treats this summer, including these Homemade watermelon popsicles. So far, we are having a blast. This watermelon popsicle recipe is so easy to make! You just have to try it.
You will need popsicle molds, but those are really inexpensive right now on Amazon. Besides these delicious Watermelon popsicles, you can make a a ton of fun popsicles this summer like these Root beer float popsicles. These are definitely worth the small investment.
Here are a few of my favorite molds:
- Ozera Ice Pop Molds Maker, Set of 6, Green – or these yellow ones – I love the star shapes of these!
- Ostart 8 Cell Frozen Ice Cream Pop Mold Popsicle Maker Lolly Mould Tray Pan Kitchen DIY – I like these because it has a tray and makes is easy to ONLY pull out one or two Popsicles.
- Norpro 431 4-Piece Silicone Ice Pop Maker Set on sale right now. These are great because you can toss them in the freezer easily.
Find all the popsicle molds that are on sale right now here.
- 4 cups of watermelon (I used this 4 cup measuring cup which is handy)
- Popsicle molds – this is the one I used
- 1 Lime
- 2 Tablespoons of Sugar
Watermelon Popsicles are so easy to make! You just blend!
Combine all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
Quickly strain to make sure all the seeds are out.
Pour into the Popsicle molds.
Freeze until solid. It really didn’t take long to freeze. Just a few hours. Run under warm water slightly and the popsicles will loosen quickly.
- 4 cups chopped watermelon
- 2 tablespoons sugar
- 1 lime - juiced
- Place the watermelon, sugar, and the lime juice in a blender. Blend until smooth.
- Pour through a stainer to remove the seeds. Use a spoon to push the extra through, if you have any pulp in it.
- Pour into popsicle molds.
- Freeze it for a few hours to overnight.
- To quickly loosen, run the Popsicles under warm water for a minute and the popsicles will pull out easily.
The kids just love them! The adults did too!
Watermelon popsicles are very frugal to make.
I bought my seedless watermelon for just $2.99. I used less than a 1/4 of it, so that means you can make this all for less than $1. Talk about a great price for a fresh fruit popscile!
Find all our delicious and frugal desserts here.