Popsicle Recipe {Minty Watermelon Lime Fruit Pops}

Popsicle Recipe {Minty Watermelon Lime Fruit Pops}

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.


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.


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!


Popsicle Recipe {Minty Watermelon Lime Fruit Pops}


  1. Oh yum. Definitely pinning this.

  2. These look so yummy!! Definitley making this and pinning too!

  3. These are awesome and perfect for the summer!

  4. Sounds yummy and healthy – the best of both worlds!

  5. The other day we had a watermelon that needed to eaten up! So I encouraged the Hubs to make up a nice frozen Mama drink – we added fresh from the garden basil, mint and lime + some tequila and ice – it was fantastic!!

  6. Yum! I will be right over.

  7. These look so good! Looking forward to trying them.

  8. Oh. My. Goodness. Thank you so much for this recipe! My toddler LOVES popsicles. It’s a borderline obsession! We don’t give them to her too often because of sugar and/or artificial sweeteners. Now I can make these for her and not feel guilty!

  9. The talent at The Inspired Room is not only inspiring….it’s extraordinary!!!

    I have no doubt these iced treats are amazing. But, I am totally smitten with the watercolor and lettering. You rocked it Kylee!

    Pinning & Sharing on FB!

  10. Kerry@homecrushblog says

    I ADORE these illustrations, and the recipes sounds so perfect! Kylee is so talented! Can’t wait to try them!

  11. I want to make these for the 4th of July. I bet they would be a hit!

  12. hi, love this! would you be kind enough to share the names of the fonts used in your images? they are amazing!

  13. I’m always up for a good popsicle on those hot summer days! Time to try making these myself!

  14. Veronica says

    Love this idea. Hope it’s okay that I share it on Facebook.

    You can find me here https://www.facebook.com/pages/V-Beaudry-Photography/152248214801746

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