Ingredients4 h 15 m servings 43 cals
- Place the watermelon, lemon juice, sugar, and raspberries into a blender, and blend on High speed until the sugar has dissolved and the mixture is smooth. Pour the mixture into ice pop molds, and insert sticks or handles. Freeze until firm, several hours or overnight.
- Cook's Note
- To make in small plastic cups, pour the watermelon mixture into 8 small cups, and cover each cup with foil. Poke a pop stick through the center of the foil and into the mixture. Freeze for several hours or overnight.
Per Serving: 43 calories; 0.1 g fat; 10.9 g carbohydrates; 0.4 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; < 1 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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One of the best frozen "pops" I've ever made. No, really. We could not stop eating them last night. Granted, it was 92 degrees yesterday but still......awesome recipe! I made no changes or subst...
These are very yummy! I added a little bit of splenda, but honestly sugar and/or sweetener is not needed! The fruit by itself is enough.
Delicious! Made as is, and it was a big hit with a houseful of 14 yr old boys. MURPHSANDY: You should be able to substitute Granulated Splenda cup for cup, or Splenda Sugar Blend, 1/2 c = 1 c su...
Tastes just like watermelon which is good and bad. Some spots can seem a little bland which is why I gave it 4 stars. Also I used frozen raspberries and blended with a food processor instead of ...
The popsicles were delicious and my whole family loved them. The only thing negative is that there was way too much sugar. Watermelon already has natural sugar so the white sugar wasn't needed. ...