Watermelon Popsicles


Jump to Recipe Plant-Based Recipes • Watermelon Popsicles This super simple, healthy watermelon popsicle recipe is perfect for summer. It doesn’t get much more sun-shiny, bare feet in the sand, summer barbecue than homemade fruit popsicles. Summertime in Florida is hot, so I don’t wanna be stuck in the kitchen. Yet, I need foods that […]

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This super simple, healthy watermelon popsicle recipe is perfect for summer. It doesn’t get much more sun-shiny, bare feet in the sand, summer barbecue than homemade fruit popsicles.

Summertime in Florida is hot, so I don’t wanna be stuck in the kitchen. Yet, I need foods that keep me hydrated and energized. This 2-ingredient healthy popsicle recipe is a summer favorite!

Watermelon popsicles

Nutrition in Watermelon Popsicles

Most grocery store popsicles contain added sugar, weird syrups, dyes, and preservatives. I’ve discovered that none of these ingredients are necessary to make vibrant, delicious frozen treats that my kids will actually eat.

These watermelon popsicles have just 2 simple ingredients: watermelon and strawberries. It only takes 2 ingredients to produce a crave-able snack because they’re supercharged with nutrition and flavor:

Watermelon Nutrition

  • Low in calories: 100 grams contains 30 calories.
  • Great source of Potassium: which helps control blood pressure and keep the heart healthy.
  • Contains Beta Carotene: turned into Vitamin A in the body, which helps with proper eye function. 
  • May reduce muscle soreness: A study by the US National Library of Medicine found that consuming watermelon juice after a workout can reduce muscle soreness after 24 hours.
Watermelon and strawberries in a homemade popsicle recipe

Strawberry Nutrition

  • Low glycemic index: strawberries are incredible sweet, yet have a GI score of 40 (this popsicle recipe is sweet AND healthy!). 
  • Low in calories: 100 grams have only 32 calories.
  • High in fiber: 100 grams of these berries contains 2 grams of fiber.
  • Full of folate (vitamin B9): an essential nutrient for pregnant women, and deficiencies in folate can cause abnormalities in both pregnant women and their baby, according to the US National Library of Medicine.
  • Loaded with antioxidants: strawberries specifically contain up to 11x more antioxidants than other fruits and veggies, which promote heart health and fight cancer.
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Watermelon Popsicles

  • Author: Jen Hansard
  • Prep Time: 5 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 6 popsicles 1x
  • Category: Snack
  • Method: Blending
  • Cuisine: American
  • Diet: Vegan


Two simple ingredients create popsicles sweet enough to fall in love. Ask your kids to join in making this refreshing summer treat.



  • 2 cups (500ml) watermelon, seeded and cubed
  • 1 cup (250ml) strawberries


  1. Place watermelon and strawberries in blender or food processor. Puree until smooth.
  2. Pour the mixture into popsicle molds and insert popsicle sticks. Freeze several hours or preferably overnight before eating.


Popsicle molds differ in capacity. For this recipe, we used 3/4 cup (6oz) molds. Paper of silicone cups can be used in place of the popsicle molds.

Keywords: strawberry watermelon popsicles

More Homemade Popsicle Recipes

Popsicles are a staple snack in my household, so I’m always on the lookout for healthy popsicle recipes. I’ve discovered some real gems that are delicious and provide a host of health benefits. These cold snacks can be messy (which is part of the fun, right?!), yet can be made in on the go sleeves and tossed into a day pack for a great adventure snack. Read on for some of my favs.

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Piña Colada Green Smoothie Popsicle Recipe

Friends are shocked to learn that this popsicle recipe contains spinach! Packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and vitamin C, this is the perfect refreshment for a pool day, or a healthy take on happy hour.

homemade healthy fruit popsicles

Strawberry Mint Popsicles

I love so many things about this fruit popsicle recipe. It’s a fun flavor blend of fresh mint and strawberry. A few dates add in the perfect amount of sweetness needed for a truly great popsicle. And again, it has spinach *gasp* in it! Basically a green smoothie-turned refreshing treat.

healthy avocado homemade popsicles

Key Lime Popsicle Recipe

This homemade popsicle recipe is actually a snack in my Fresh Start Spring cleanse, and a SGS fav. Full of healthy fats + fiber that will help your skin glow and keep up your energy during the hottest part of summer. I’ve frozen these popsicles in smoothie pop sleeves and taken them through TSA (no joke!) to enjoy while traveling.

What are some of your fav popsicle recipes? I’d love it if you’d leave a comment with your winning combos.


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  1. Jen Hansard says:

    I’ve made these popsicles for years now and they never disappoint. Sometimes I’ll add peaches to them and it takes them to another level. It’s really hard to mess this watermelon strawberry popsicle recipe up.

  2. Erin says:

    This post came at the perfect time. Can’t wait to try some of these recipes with my daughter.

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