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Real Fruit Watermelon Lime Popsicles

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Refreshing Watermelon Lime Popsicles are made with fresh fruit and real lime juice for a truly delicious way to cool down on a hot summer day!

Real Fruit Watermelon Lime Popsicles

I’m a music girl. There is never a time when I am working on my computer, on a blog design or even just writing a recipe post, that I don’t have music blaring from my phone to my ears.

With that said, I have the most eclectic taste in music ever. Even my kids think my taste in music is something slightly comical. One minute I can be listening to Symphony No. 40 by my good man, Amadeus and then right after that I’m listening to Little Talks by Of Monsters and Men, or something new by Thompson Square or Lady Antebellum.

I’m also pretty into Celtic music as well. I’m pretty certain every genre is covered on my playlist.

Real Fruit Watermelon Lime Popsicles

I’m a country girl at heart, in case I’ve never mentioned that on my blog before, though I’m pretty sure I have a time or two. With this comes a love for lots of country music.

When I found out this week’s theme for #sundaysupper was inspired by music, I knew I wanted to use a country song and with my love and obsession with watermelon lately, I went with that.

So, my song this week is “Watermelon Crawl” by  Tracy Byrd, and it inspired these super easy, three ingredient popsicles.

Because why not, right? Let’s eat some Real Fruit Watermelon Lime Popsicles!

These Watermelon Lime Popsicles are FANTASTIC!

Real Fruit Watermelon Lime Popsicles

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Real Fruit Watermelon Lime Popsicles

Real Fruit Watermelon Lime Popsicles

Yield: 6 popsicles
Prep Time: 5 hours 20 minutes
Total Time: 5 hours 20 minutes

Refreshing Watermelon Lime Popsicles are made with fresh fruit and real lime juice for a truly delicious way to cool down on a hot summer day! 

Ingredients

  • ½ cup fresh lime or keylime juice
  • 4 cups cut watermelon
  • sugar or sugar substitute to taste, optional

Instructions

  1. Place the cut pieces of watermelon into a blender and puree. Refrigerate about an hour.
  2. Juice limes until you get a ½ cup of lime juice.
  3. Distribute the lime juice evenly among 6 popsicle molds. Put in the freezer for about 1 ½ hours.
  4. Remove the popsicle molds from the freezer and pour in the watermelon to fill them up.
  5. Insert popsicle sticks and put back in the freezer for at least 3-4 hours (overnight is best) to allow to freeze completely. Enjoy!

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Nicole Cook

Thursday 8th of August 2013

Great minds definitely do :) I will check out your pops as soon as I'm done here. I love the combo of watermelon and lime and we make smoothies and slushies all the time, which of course just finally pushed into popsicles. :) Enjoy yours!

Courtney @ Neighborfood

Thursday 8th of August 2013

No way! I am just now getting through all the Sunday Supper posts and I had no idea this one existed! I just posted a recipe for Watermelon and Lime Pops on Tuesday. Isn't it the best flavor combo? Great minds think alike!

Sarah | Curious Cuisiniere

Wednesday 7th of August 2013

I love that these are simply fruit. If you had a super sweet watermelon, I bet you won't need any sugar at all. Great combo!

Nicole Cook

Thursday 8th of August 2013

It does indeed depend on the watermelon. We've only used sugar once, the rest of the time the watermelon was sweet enough to hold the flavor on it's own. Loved it! Thanks!

Susan

Wednesday 7th of August 2013

Watermelon and lime taste so good together and I love the color of these pops!

Nicole Cook

Thursday 8th of August 2013

Thanks Susan! I love Watermelon and Lime together too, very refreshing combination. The pops turned out really pretty, I wasn't sure the color would stick :) Thanks hon!

Megan

Wednesday 7th of August 2013

NICE! I make a very similar version of these but add a little cucumber vodka to it. So good and refreshing on a hot summer day!

Nicole Cook

Thursday 8th of August 2013

Okay cucumber vodka sounds amazing with these. I was afraid to add any alcohol because I have the worst time freezing them then. lol Good to know that it works.

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