Watermelon Popsicles [2 Ingredients]

 The creamiest 2-ingredient watermelon popsicles EVER! 

Watermelon Pops [2 Ingredients]

 Watermelon is the ultimate summer food. I just decided that. Not that I’m an authority on what qualifies a food to be the ultimate of anything but based on nostalgia I have to give the title to the red and pink melon. I can’t remember a childhood summer without it, and my adult summers aren’t straying from the pattern.

Watermelon Pops [2 Ingredients]

When it’s hottttt outside, I want a juicy fruit and watermelon is filled with loads of H2O – hence the name – and refreshes quicker than you can say “I’m thirsty”.

Watermelon Pops [2 Ingredients]

These popsicles are ultra easy and soooooooo super yummy.

Watermelon Pops [2 Ingredients]

To get some of these beauties into your ever-lovin-sticky-popsicle-fingers, you just need two ingredients. Yoplait recently came out with a new flavor: watermelon. I had to try it. I think it tastes like candy, my husband says it reminds him of Trix yogurt he used to eat when he was a kid. Either way, totally yum.

Watermelon Pops [2 Ingredients]
 After a couple of bites of that watermelon yogurt I was dying for a frozen version. Enter these 2 ingredient popsicles. You will go CRAZY from them – annnnnd you kids probably will like them if you feel like sharing.

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Watermelon Popsicles [2 Ingredients]

The creamiest 2-ingredient watermelon popsicles EVER!

Course Dessert
Keyword popsicles, watermelon
Prep Time 10 minutes
Chill Time 4 hours
Servings 8
Author Tiffany

Ingredients

  • 3 Yoplait watermelon flavor yogurts
  • 1 cup diced watermelon chunks

Instructions

  1. Add 1/4 cup yogurt to each of 8 popsicle molds.

  2. Push watermelon chunks into each popsicle mold.

  3. Fill the mold the rest of the way with the remaining yogurt.

  4. Insert handles or popsicles sticks into the popsicle molds. Freeze at least 4 hours or overnight. To serve, turn the popsicle molds sideways and run the mold under hot water for 10-15 seconds, then gently slide the popsicles out.

 

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Comments

That looks great, perfect for the summer!

Love how simple these are and I’m obsessing over the shot of the popsicles in the hulled watermelon! 🙂

Tiffany, these are so pretty! I’m loving watermelon too especially now that it’s a million degrees here (no, really :)) Thanks for the heads up on watermelon yogurt. I haven’t seen it yet!

Oh Trix yogurt…haven’t thought of that yummy treat in years! Two ingredients and you have won me over. Delish!