Kiwi Watermelon Popsicles

Kiwi Watermelon PopsiclesFresh fruit and popsicles are two summer staples! And, here in Arizona, the weather has already started warming up. So, we’ve dusted off our pop makers to start making some fun popsicle treats! These kiwi watermelon pops are not only tasty, but SUPER healthy too! Just 3 ingredients – kiwi, watermelon, and water! Watermelon Fresh Fruit PopsiclesIt really doesn’t get healthier than those simple ingredients! No added sugar, no food coloring, no artificial flavors. Just simple fresh fruit pops, perfect for snacking on during hot days (or anytime really)!

Kiwi Watermelon Popsicles
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  • 2 C seedless watermelon chunks
  • 2 kiwi, peeled & sliced
  • ¼ C water
  1. Combine watermelon chunks and water in a high-powered blender. Blend until well-pureed.
  2. Peel & slice kiwi. Place a few slices on the sides of of your pop maker/molds.
  3. Pour watermelon puree into the molds and freeze until set.
  4. Enjoy!!

Healthy Fruit PopsiclesYum! Super tasty & refreshing! The boys loved these! And, I already have all kinds of ideas swirling in my head for more delicious summer popsicles. In the meantime, you can check out these other fruity popsicle posts!

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What kind of popsicles are YOUR favorite?

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  1. carol dee says

    Those look great. I am not much of a melon fan so think
    I would use strawberries with the kiwi.
    We are a few weeks from being HOT. But spring has finally arrived and Grandsons like ay frozen treats. Going to have to get some popsicle makers.

  2. Suzie says

    i think my kids will like the watermelon with kiwi popsicle. it looks delicious! i will definitely try this especially now that the weather is sooo hot! thanks!


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