Valentines Treat – Frozen Watermelon Pops
Why is it everything is better on a stick? Put fruit on a plate, your kids ignore it… put fruit on a stick and you are the best mom ever! So why not step it up one more notch and not only put it on a stick but freeze it too! So many fruits can be turned into fun popcicles, but Frozen Watermelon Pops are by far my favorite and the prettiest too. Freezing brings out the sweetness and it is just so refreshing. Your kids will eat these up real quick (or mom can use them as ice cubes in her cocktail…Shhhh)!
Frozen Watermelon Pops
Making them is simple:
Scoop your melon with a Melon Baller
[amazon_image id=”B005NKJVZC” link=”true” target=”_blank” size=”medium” ]Farberware Classic Double Melon Baller[/amazon_image]
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Insert Cake Pop Sticks
( I used wooden skewers and cut of sharp point)
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Freeze & Serve
Try this with pineapple, grapes, cherries and blueberries. Put them all together on one long skewer for some real colorful fun!
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