Watermelon Kiwi Frozen Pops


Watermelon Kiwi Frozen Pops

This is such a cute idea for frozen pops! I love the addition of the raisins to make it look like watermelon seeds 🙂

Watermelon Kiwi Pops Ingredients

Healthy, refreshing and SO easy! The kids and the adults will gobble up these yummy frozen pops!

Watermelon Kiwi Pops Process2

Use the freshest fruit you can find for the best tasting pops.

Watermelon Kiwi Pops Process1

Once you cut up and puree the fruit, all that’s left is to pour it into the molds and wait for them to freeze. The waiting is the hardest part!

The Zoku Quik Pop Maker is my favorite! It freezes the pops in a matter of minutes. Other traditional pops molds will work also.

HELPFUL TIP: After unmolding the pops, wrap them in resealable plastic bags or store them in airtight plastic containers (use wax paper or plastic wrap to layer) and freeze for at least 30 minutes. This second freezing helps ice pops hold their shape a bit better so they won’t melt quite so quickly while you’re eating them. If well wrapped, ice pops will keep for three to four weeks. After that, they start to lose their flavor.


Watermelon Kiwi Frozen Pops
Recipe Type: Dessert, Snack
Author: True Couponing
  • 3 cup Watermelon cut in cubes
  • 2 Kiwis peeled and cut in cubes
  • 18-24 Raisins (optional)
  1. Puree kiwi in food processor or blender until liquified.
  2. Transfer to pouring container
  3. Puree watermelon in food processor or blender until liquified.
  4. Transfer to pouring container
  5. You can optionally add sugar or honey if extra sweetness is desired.
If you are using a Zoku Quick Pop Maker:
  1. Place stick in position.
  2. Pour watermelon juice in maker about 2/3 way to fill line.
  3. Add 3 or 4 raisins to simulate seeds (optional).
  4. Wait 6 minutes or until firmed.
  5. Pour kiwi juice in maker up to fill line.
  6. Wait 10 minutes or until frozen.
  7. Use tool to remove pop and place in freezer.
If you are not using a Zoku:
  1. Pour watermelon juice in molds or small paper cups about 2/3 full.
  2. Add 3 or 4 raisins to simulate seeds (optional).
  3. Place in freezer for 10-15 minutes or until mixture begins to firm.
  4. Insert sticks.
  5. Pour kiwi juice in molds or small paper cups to fill.
  6. Return to freezer for several hours.
  7. Use hot water to release from molds.

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