Limey Watermelon-Kiwi Ice Pops
A minimal ingredient ice pop recipe that will please your taste-buds. The tartness from lime and kiwi along with a touch of sweetness from refreshing watermelon creates the perfect balance to take you on a mini-escape to paradise in your own home!
Limey Watermelon-Kiwi Ice Pops
A minimal ingredient ice pop recipe that will please your taste-buds. The tartness from lime and kiwi along with a touch of sweetness from refreshing watermelon creates the perfect balance to take you on a mini-escape to paradise in your own home!
Servings Prep Time
10ice pops 6-10minutes
Passive Time
3+hours
Servings Prep Time
10ice pops 6-10minutes
Passive Time
3+hours
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Take the slices (and/or cubes) of kiwi and place into bottom of each mold. Note: I used a alternated between thick slices and cubes of kiwi for variety.
  2. Combine watermelon, coconut water, lime juice, and ice cubes into blender – blend until smooth.
  3. Pour into molds and freeze for at least 3 hours or until solid.
  4. Once completely frozen, you may run the mold under warm water to help release the ice pops. Note: I did not have any issues just pulling my pops by the stick (while lightly squeezing the base of the mold) to get them out, but if you run into difficulty, go ahead and use the warm water technique. Hope you enjoy!!!
Recipe Notes

Side Note:

After seeing this recipe all blended up, you may have thought to yourself, “Man, this looks so good I could drink it….” and you may have done just that (no shame, I know I tried it out)! So why not make refreshing little ‘coolers’ out of this ice pop recipe, too? You may choose to ‘muddle’ in the kiwi or just skip it all together. Regardless, both options are very tasty. Simply follow step #2 of the instructions and pour over more ice (crushed ice is best).

 

Watermelon-Lime Coconut Coolers below!

 

 

 

Kitchen Tools Used:

Below are some links to the kitchen items I used in these recipes and would recommend to my anyone in the market for these tools. What I love about finally getting myself some molds is that now I can create endless varieties. My list of ‘ideas’ is getting pretty big. (ha-ha) Speaking of which, keep an eye out for another favorite ice pop recipe of mine *coming SOON*: Creamy Coconut Mango Chia Ice Pops!

O.k., so back to the kitchen stuffs…

BPA-Free Ice Pop Molds 

BPA-Free Silicone Ice Trays

Mini Tasting Spoons

Notice: I do have an ‘affiliate’ link through Amazon and would receive a *very small* percentage of commission from purchases made through my links, but I honestly am more concerned with showing you some kitchen items that I find very useful to get more people in the kitchen and eating good. 🙂