Obviously you need a cool popsicle mold. I searched for a BPA free mold and found these super cute ones made by Tovolo. They come in a variety of designs. What I love about these molds is that they are individual molds attached to the tray. When you are ready for a popsicle you just detach as many as you'd like and run them under the water to release from the mold.
I made some yummy watermelon popsicles the other day. Take 2 cups of ripe juicy watermelon (seedless makes it fast to prepare). I also added a few dark sweet cherries that I had in the freezer.
Now blend them up really good in your food processor or blender.
Add some agave or honey to sweeten (Side Note: I'm phasing out the usage of agave, so I'm just using up the last bit I have). Remember that once fruit freezes it tends to loose some of it's sweetness. I add sweetener until the mixture is almost too sweet. Then once the popsicle freezes it tastes just right. I also added a tablespoon of cinnamon to my mixture. Cinnamon helps stabilize your blood sugar.
Now it's ready to pour into your molds!
This was the perfect amount for the molds. Notice my seeds from my seedless watermelon ;-)
After you freeze them for about 4 hours, take them out to display. Make sure you have a helper :-)
Aren't they cute??
Now it's time to enjoy!
And get messy of course...
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