Saturday 14 September 2013

Water Melon Pops

Refreshing and delicious water melon pops that make perfect summer coolers.


1/2 watermelon
2 tablespoons icing sugar


1. Cut the water melon into pieces and remove all the seeds.
2. Place the water melon pieces into a blender jug and add the icing sugar.
3. Blend the water melon to form a smooth pulp in the optimum 9400 blender or any other.
4. Pour the watermelon pulp into small glasses and push into the centre of each glass a lolly stick.
5. Freeze the pops for 5-6 hours.
6. To serve the pops, remove the pops from the freezer and dip the glass into some warm water, the heat from the warm water will release the pop.
Eat immediately.

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  1. very very refreshing ice pops dear !!

  2. Refreshing and colorful looking pops. Wonderful pics in outdoors as well.

  3. feeling like grabbing them now!! delicious!!

  4. These look so elegant. I will have to give them a try next summer.

  5. delicious pops..lovely presentation

  6. Hi Nayna, I love the last step 'eat it immediately':))

  7. Made these at the weekend and they were tasty and refreshing, especially on Saturday, when it was sunny and warm x

  8. These look great. Have always loved ice pops.

  9. Oh darn - a bit late for this summer - but it'll be something to look forward to gor next summer!

  10. These sound delicious, am definitely going to give them a try! thanks for the recipe

  11. These sound amazing, will definitely give them a whirl

  12. These sound amazing- will definitely give them a whirl

  13. I have to make these, I have a slight addiction to watermelon!

  14. I'll be making these for my husbands birthday next weekend. Praying for good weather.

  15. These look great. Lets hope we get a good summer to enjoy them in.

  16. These sound delicious! Must try :)


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