Dairy-Free Watermelon Pops are healthy and packed with real watermelon. Made with only 3 ingredients – watermelon, almond milk, and sugar. The perfect way to beat the heat and stay hydrated all summer long!
Dairy-Free Watermelon Pops
I love fresh watermelon in the Summer. Sometimes, a whole watermelon can be too much for one person to eat by themselves. So, I make Popsicles with the other half of the watermelon. This is a great way to make sure that the watermelon doesn’t go to waste. Our son, couldn’t stop eating these dairy-free watermelon pops! I hope you and your family enjoy them as much as we did.
This recipe is Vegan, gluten free, dye-free, all-natural, and of course non-dairy. Even if your family doesn’t have any of these diet restrictions they will enjoy these pops, too. Since they’re extremely easy to make you will want to keep your freezer stocked up with them all summer. Plus, you’ll know every ingredient that goes into them. Making them the smart choice for the entire family.
- These dairy-free watermelon pops are great for teething little ones.
- They are very helpful to help control fevers.
- A soothing way to help with Strep throat.
- Helps hydrate from any stomach bugs going around.
Here’s what I did:
I used 4 cups of cubed watermelon, 1 cup of vanilla almond milk, and sugar. The amount of sugar you use will depend on the sweetness of the watermelon. Our last watermelon wasn’t very sweet, so I used 1/4 cup of sugar. I placed all the ingredients into a blender and blended until smooth. I poured the watermelon puree mixture into popsicle molds and froze over-night. I was able to make 8 popsicles (the amount will depend on the type of mold you use). That’s it!
Dairy-Free Watermelon Pops – Makes 8 popsicles (will depend on your popsicle molds)
- 4 cups cubed watermelon (seedless)
- 1 cup vanilla almond milk
- 2 Tablespoons – 1/4 cup sugar (will depend on sweetness of fruit)
Step One: Place all ingredients into a blender. Blend until smooth.
Step Two: Pour watermelon puree into molds, add sticks/holders. Freeze over-night or until completely frozen.
Step Three: When ready to eat – Run molds under warm water and gently wiggle popsicles out of their molds. Enjoy!
Any type of non-dairy milk can used in place of the vanilla almond milk.
Get in the kitchen, and freeze up some memories!
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