Wednesday, June 20, 2012

Recipe Wednesday: Watermelon Lemonade Popsicle's!

What says summertime to you?!

Happy you stopped by today, thank you! When you think of summertime, what comes to mind? A dip in the pool, going to the beach, family picnics. There are many things that come to mind, however, what seems to be a constant for us is: lemonade, watermelon and popsicles.

So today's recipe is in honor of those three summer traditions all wrapped up in one!

These Watermelon Lemonade Popsicle's were made without a recipe per say. We had halve of a personal watermelon left over and about 5 large lemons as well we did not want to go to waste. 

So to put it in a "non recipe" recipe form, here goes.

Watermelon Lemonade Popsicle's

1/2 seedless personal watermelon or about 3-4 cups watermelon
5 lemons juiced
1 cup coconut milk
Agave nectar to taste
Popsicle molds

In a blender place watermelon, lemon juice and coconut milk. Pulse several time. Add 2-3 tablespoons of agave nectar to start with and give it a whirl in the blender. Taste. Add more agave if needed. Blend. Pour into molds. Freeze.

The watermelon and the lemonade separate and make a really pretty looking popsicle.

You get a refreshing taste of lemonade and watermelon throughout the popsicle.

The coconut milk for us was very subtle in taste. However, it packs a lot of nutrition in a popsicle. 

Whip these up early in the morning and by late afternoon, when the family is ready for a cool, sweet and healthy treat.......surprise them with a Watermelon lemonade Popsicle!

Whatever images summer conjures up for you, we hope you will give these Watermelon Lemonade Popsicle's a try this summer. Be inspired. Get creative!

Wisdom is too lofty for a fool;
He does not open his mouth in the gate.
Proverbs 27:7

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  1. These look so good. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Those sound so refreshing ... the perfect summer treat!

  3. YUMMO!!!!!! Thanks for this, can't wait to try it! I'm following you! Can you follow me back please!

  4. These look wonderful. Can't wait to try this recipe !

  5. Those look yummy! Might make them soon. thanks for sharing. Newest follower from Bacon Time hop. Love for you to follow back when you get a chance.

  6. These things makes summer something to look forward to. Thanks for sharing this. I love watermelon!

    I have Passion Parade Link Soiree happening today. I hope you could stop by and link-up :)


  7. Yumm, these looks delicious! I love popsicles in the summer, and the weather is getting really warm here so it's about perfect timing to try this out! I'd be thrilled if you would link this up at my current link party so everyone can see them and try them!

  8. These look great- mouth watering. Looks like a recipe I ill have to try this summer. I would love if you linked them up to Show Off Monday @ on Monday.


  9. this looks delicious! thanks for the post and happy passion parade friday. xo

  10. Not only do they look yummy, they're super pretty too! (visiting from I Heart Naptime, Whipperberry & TT&J)

  11. That recipe sure does sound amazing. Would love it if you link it to Piquant Potluck!

  12. These look delicious! will have to try! thanks for sharing!

  13. Gosh these look refreshing! Thank you for sharing them.

  14. Oh my gosh. These look delicious. I wish I had one RIGHT NOW! We will definitely be trying them out.

    Thanks so much for linking up to Show and Tell Wednesday on SNAP! I am featuring your yummy treats this week!

    xoxo, Tauni

  15. These look delicious! I am happy to let you know that you are being featured this week over at Addicted to Recipes. Come on over and grab your button!

  16. How awesome that you came up with this lovely recipe to use up what you had on hand. I'm so impressed! Your photos are great as well.