Looking for a fun, healthy summer treat?! You are going to love our new popsicle recipe! We had so much fun making AND eating these refreshing watermelon popsicles!
Make sure to watch our fun video below & read through to see how we made them!
Ingredients for Watermelon Popsicles:
- 1/4 of a watermelon
- 1/4 cup raspberries
- 2-3 kiwis
- 1-2 tbps mini chocolate chips (optional)
- 6 tbsp vanilla or plain yogurt – thicker is better!
- Tupperware popsicle forms
Makes 6 popsicles using the Tupperware popsicle form (Lillitups Freezable Forms).
Step 1. Prepare Fruit
Chop into cubes and blend watermelon and raspberries in blender. Set aside. Repeat for kiwi. Set aside. If you are looking for a sweeter option, you could add apple sauce to the watermelon mixture or sugar.
Step 2. Prepare Popsicle Forms
Clip the bottom halves of the popsicle forms together. Our popsicle forms are from Cindy the Tupperware Lady. She is the absolute best Tupperware Lady around and I don’t know about you, but I LOVE Tupperware. It is user friendly and really does last FOR-EVER!
Step 3. Pour Watermelon Mix in Forms
Pour approximately 1/4 to 1/3 cup watermelon mix into the forms. If desired, add a sprinkle of mini chocolate chips to look like watermelon seeds. We made some with and some without.
You need to leave enough room for the yogurt and kiwi layers. Place forms in bread pan, if desired (this just makes it easier to take in and out of the freezer) and freeze for 1 to 1.5 hours. Do not leave longer than 1.5 hours because the popsicle sticks still need to go through the watermelon.
Step 4. Add Yogurt and Kiwi
Remove from freezer and scoop approximately 1 tbsp of yogurt on top of the partially frozen watermelon. If you’re a bit messy, like me, you can use a wet q-tip or paper towel to wipe the yogurt off the sides so the layers are more “clean looking”. Fill the rest with kiwi. You want to make sure the kiwi layer is thicker than the yogurt because the forms cover part of the bottom layer. Snap the bottom (stick piece) in the forms. Make sure the stick part goes down, through the bended fruit and you fill the kiwi right to the top edge of the form. It will go through, but it is supposed to in order to ensure it freezes to the form properly.
Freeze for at least 5 hours. We left ours overnight.
Step 5. Remove and Enjoy!
Remove from freezer and run under warm water. Remove bottom form, then flip the top one up and snap back on to the bottom form. I know, isn’t this awesome? The small slots allow the drips to go through the form and collect into the bottom handle piece! Such a great invention.
Sit out in the sunshine and enjoy!
Watch our video! (it may take a moment to load)
Do you see my husbands drink? He may have needed a few to get through helping me 😉
We had so much fun making AND eating our watermelon popsicles!
Get your popsicle forms online, anytime HERE. If you love Tupperware, or are looking to get your kitchen pantry organized (who doesn’t need this?!) or just want to get together with some friends and get an awesome deal on Tupperware then you’ll want to contact Cindy. She seriously is the best Tupperware Lady!! Follow her on Facebook HERE or find her on Instagram @cindy_monea.
These Tupperware forms are so easy for her sweet little hands to hold <3 My girl is almost 3, and yes, maybe too old for a bib, but isn’t it adorable? I don’t know about you, but I’d much rather wash a bib then be changing outfits more than I already have to! Check the photos below to see how clean her bib came in the wash. Sew Bright Bibs are completely machine washable and dry-able! Get your demin bibs HERE, with or without super adorable pom poms 😉
Did you know you can save this recipe to your pinterest? Hover over the top left of each photo and click on the Pinterest icon to save it to your boards!
Make sure to tag @sewbrightcreations and use #sewbrightcreations when you share your photos!
This post is sponsored Cindy the Tupperware Lady, but the opinions and photos are of Sew Bright Creation’s.
Want to collaborate? Email Jackie at firstname.lastname@example.org.