Watermelon kiwi mint popsicles

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Learn how to make watermelon kiwi mint popsicles. So simple to make, have minimal ingredients, and are sure to hydrate and cool you down. Plus, I love how pretty they are! Their pink hue makes my day.

Watermelon is one of the best parts of summer, am I right? Juicy, hydrating watermelon is so perfect on it's own. But, when you add it with kiwi and mint - you have the most adorable pops that look like little watermelons - which are basically fruit salad on a popsicle stick.

watermelon mint popsicles an overhead shot of pink popsicles with green on the bottom on a baking tray with pink flowers and ice in the tray
so refreshing and the healthiest treat to try when you need something cool and sweet!

Why you'll love this recipe:

Watermelon is usually consumed quickly in our house. But have you ever found yourself with half a watermelon and no dish large enough to store it? The other night I bought a whole watermelon and found myself with no containers large enough to store it all. So I decided I better make some watermelon juice in the blender. And if you're gonna make watermelon juice, why not make some popsicles too!

close up shot of naturally pink watermelon mint kiwi popsicles next to ice and flowers

They are extra cute and naturally colored. I love naturally pink treats. And you could really get creative with the green layer. You could even add some spinach into your green layer. I have a really hard time getting enough greens into my diet, so I'm counting adding this spinach to a healthy frozen treat a major win. If you love naturally pink popsicles, you'll also love this Blood orange cream popsicle recipe

different angle of watermelon mint kiwi popsicles in a large dish next to flowers and ice

What you'll need:

  • A blender or food processor to blend ingredients into a puree
  • A popsicle mold (linking my favorites we use at home below)
  • Popsicle sticks

Ingredients in Watermelon kiwi mint popsicles:

  • About ½ regular sized watermelon - seedless or seeds removed, or about 3 cups
  • 4 kiwi fruit
  • 1 small bundle of fresh mint or 1 tablespoon of dried mint
  • 1 tsp honey, or more - if desired

Step by step how to make these popsicles:

  • Cut flesh of watermelon into large chunks. Add watermelon and honey into a blender and process until smooth. Pour puree into your popsicle mold. Add your popsicle sticks into the mold. Be sure to leave room for green mixture. Let freeze for one hour before adding green mixture.
  • Peel kiwi and cut into small pieces. Add to a blender along with your mint. Blend to puree until smooth. If needed, strain to remove any large pieces of whole fresh mint. Pour puree into popsicle molds, on top of the watermelon.
  • Freeze until the popsicles are solid, 4 hours or more.
cover image of watermelon mint popsicles an overhead shot of pink popsicles with green on the bottom on a baking tray with pink flowers and ice in the tray

Watermelon kiwi mint popsicles

Yield: 6 large popsicles
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Additional Time: 4 hours
Total Time: 4 hours 5 minutes

Learn how to make watermelon kiwi mint popsicles. So simple to make, have minimal ingredients, and are sure to hydrate and cool you down. Plus, I love how pretty they are! Their slightly pink hue makes my day.

Ingredients

  • ½ regular sized watermelon - seedless or seeds removed, or about 3 cups
  • 4 kiwi fruit
  • 1 small bundle of fresh mint or 1 tablespoon of dried mint
  • 1 teaspoon honey, or more - if desired

Instructions

  1. Cut flesh of watermelon into large chunks. Add watermelon and honey into a blender and process until smooth. Pour puree into your popsicle mold.
  2. Add your popsicle sticks into the mold. Be sure to leave room for green mixture. Let freeze for one hour before adding green mixture.
  3. Peel kiwi and cut into small pieces. Add to a blender along with your mint. Blend to puree until smooth. If needed, strain to remove any large pieces of whole fresh mint. Pour puree into popsicle molds, on top of the watermelon.
  4. Freeze until the popsicles are solid, 4 hours or more.

Notes

Feel free to make these popsicles well in advance of the date you need them by! They last up to six months in the freezer.

To remove from the mold with ease, run under hot water for just a few seconds.

Nutrition Information
Yield 6 Serving Size 1
Amount Per Serving Calories 56Total Fat 0gSaturated Fat 0gTrans Fat 0gUnsaturated Fat 0gCholesterol 0mgCarbohydrates 14gFiber 2gSugar 10gProtein 1g

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