Are you ready for an easy breezy recipe which can make you feel like a child? When I made these popsicles, both me and my daughter were equally excited. And now I am waiting for watermelons to hit the stores to make it again. This recipe is pure watermelon with out any additional ingredients. If you don’t have a popsicle mould, you can freeze it in small tumblers and add an ice cream stick to it.
Look at that lovely colour. Just slice the fruit, and mash it through a strainer to remove the juices. And pour it into popsicle moulds and freeze it. You can do this with any juice. But if you are using any tangy juice, make sure to add enough boiled, cooled water and enough sugar to it to balance the taste. I am planning on so many popsicles like this during this years vacations. Will share with you once I make them.
One small watermelon
Remove the green part of the melon and slice the flesh.
Transfer to a metal sieve and mash the pulp so that the juice strains through the sieve.
Fill the popsicle moulds with the juice.
Cover it and freeze it for 5-6 hours.
While removing the popsicles, place the mould in a basin full of water for a minute and then gently remove the popsicles.
Here are some popsicles from my blog:
Rose milk Creamsicle (click on image for recipe)
Milk Popsicle/ Paal Ice (click on image for recipe)
Jigarthanda Popsicle (click on image for recipe)