Popsicle Recipe {Minty Watermelon Lime Fruit Pops}

popsicle recipe

Popsicle Recipe

Minty Watermelon Lime Popsicle Recipe // yield: approx four 2 oz. popsicles

2 cups 1-inch cubed watermelon

2 tbsp fresh-squeezed lime juice

6 mint leaves, chopped

*Optional: sweetener added to taste.

Instructions:

1. Blend all ingredients together in a blender.

2. Pour mixture into mold and insert stick.

3. Freeze until solid.

4. Run warm water over mold to release popsicle.

Notes:

This is a delicious and nutritious gourmet fruit pop! I used 2 oz. shot glasses for these popsicles. To get the stick to stand up without a mold, I covered the glass with foil and stuck the stick in the middle before freezing. I didn’t sweeten these and don’t think they need it, but if you want a sweeter flavor you can add your sweetener of choice to taste!

–Enjoy! Kylee Noelle

watermelon popsicles

Pellegrino & Lime with Blueberry Ice {Drink in a Blue Mason Jar}

summer drink recipe

Just popping in with a tasty summer drink recipe and to let you know that the blue mason jars you might have seen in my house tour are the new limited edition vintage inspired Ball Mason Jar! So cuuuute and USEFUL!

You can find them at Target, I just got another box today because you can’t have too many blue mason jars. That’s what I think, anyway. And I don’t want to have to wait another 100 years until they release them again, just in case.

You used to have to go spend a fortune on vintage ones if you wanted blue jars, but no more. At least for now! They come in a box of six so you’ll be all set for drinking glasses too!

I love them using them for vases or my famous “mason jar decor” too!

Summer drink recipe! A delicious drink for a blue mason jar!

Today the sun was out, YAY, so I made THIS refreshing summer drink. Of course, it tasted SO MUCH BETTER in the blue jar. Right? Looks cute and tastes delicious — that’s a win win.

Best of all, it’s easy to make AND it won’t add unnecessary calories, sugar or artificial colors to your diet. WINNING!

summer drink recipe san pellegrino

Fill blue mason jar with a few ounces of crushed ice. Or use frozen blueberries. Or both! I LOVE frozen blueberries!!! YUM!

Pour cold San Pellegrino mineral water over the ice or berries. Add a few squeezes of fresh lime juice, a mint leaf (and a lime wedge if you want!) and a stripey straw.

blue mason jar summer drink

Refreshing & pretty & oh so fun.

And you can try variations according to what you have on hand or like — it is tasty with some frozen cranberry juice, too! Really, you can put whatever you want in it. You can even buy the flavored San Pellegrino drinks, but sometimes they are a little sweet for me.

As long as you drink out of a blue mason jar, it is going to taste and look real fancy — like you are on vacation!

Enjoy!

summer non-alcoholic drinks

These Mason Jars were sent to me by the Ball Jar people! But I did go out and buy more for myself, they are that awesome!

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