If you follow me on snapchat (meg_leanderson), you saw that I was experimenting with some homemade popsicle recipes. James Robert has been begging to make them, so with all my watermelon in the fridge, I thought it would be the perfect time to try!
I've been pinning away homemade popsicle ideas, but ultimately went with the easiest and healthiest version I could find- this requires only 3 ingredients and they are lower in sugar than most which make them a treat I feel good about giving and enjoying myself.
We used watermelon, strawberries and a little bit of maple syrup for sweetening. Mix that all up in a blender (I love our ninja) and then pour into your desired molds.
I don't have precise measurements for this, but that was the beauty, you really don't need them; you can't really mess this up! For the small popsicle molds, I used about 2 cups of chopped watermelon (seedless) and about 1 cup of strawberries, hulled and about 2 tablespoons of maple syrup.
My mother-in-law found these popsicle molds at Ikea, which I really like because they are the perfect size for toddlers (not too big). But I also have my eyes on a set of these; we received one from a birthday party gift bag and they are also a good size plus really cute!
PS. I have updated my recipe index with the most recent recipes here!