Making homemade popsicles is a great way to use up any type of fresh Summer fruit. You can add it to a food processor and blend it up until it's smooth then add it to popsicle molds. So much better than any store-bought popsicle, plus you can control the amount of sugar that gets added into your popsicle.
FYI: There is no longer a giveaway on this blog post. That is closed. If you’re looking for other delicious popsicle recipes check out the recipes below.
ICE POP MOLDS
To make popsicles you will need an ice pop mold. I really like this one from Prepworks by Progressive. To get the popsicles out of the mold, all you need to do is run them under warm water for a couple of seconds and they will pop right out of there. This is the easiest method I’ve found that works for storing homemade popsicles.
Prepworks by Progressive Freezer Pop Maker, 10 Ice Pop Maker – Includes 50 Wooden Freezer Pop Sticks (Amazon Link)
In order to get the popsicle out of the molds, you will need a popsicle stick for something to grab on to. They can be found at any store that sells crafting materials like Michael’s, Hobby Lobby, or Wal-mart and they might even have a package that doesn’t include 200 of them! I looked on Amazon for popsicle sticks and that was all they seemed to have was a package of 200 or more WTH? lol
This is a set of 200 popsicle sticks. Karlash Jumbo Popsicle Sticks. (Amazon Link)
How to Make Honey Dew Ice Pops
Puree the melon chunks in a blender until smooth and add the 2 tablespoons of sugar into the mix (optional).
Pour melon mixture into ice pop molds.
Place a popsicle stick in the center of each mold and freeze.
Serving size 1 popsicle
Other Recipes To Try
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How do you figure out points for recipes?
The recipe builder app from WW is what I use to figure out points for all my recipes. You have to pay the monthly fee in order to use it. Ice pops or popsicles are not smoothies so the points do not need to be counted towards a blended drink.
Why am I still getting different points from what you have listed?
This could be quite a number of reasons and here are a few that I have come across.
Number of servings
Low-Fat vs Fat-Free ingredients
Zero Point foods are different for all 3 plans
Using the nutrition info calculator instead of the recipe builderPrint
Honey Dew Ice Pops
- Prep Time: 10
- Total Time: 10
- Yield: 6 1x
- 1 honeydew melon, cut into chunks
- 1 tablespoon sugar (optional)
- Puree the melon chunks in a blender until smooth and add the 2 tablespoons of sugar into the mix (optional).
- Pour melon mixture into ice pop molds.
- Place a popsicle stick in the center of each mold and freeze.
- Serving size 1 popsicle
my WW: blue 1; green 1; purple: 1
- Category: Easy
- Method: Freeze
- Cuisine: American
- Calories: 84.9
- Sugar: 19.4g
- Fat: .3g
- Saturated Fat: .1g
- Carbohydrates: 21.5g
- Fiber: 1.7g
- Protein: 1.2g
Keywords: honey dew ice pops
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