Lulu's Watermelon Popsicles / Ice Cubes

Though watermelon is 90% water, as its name suggests, it's sweet as candy. During these summer months it's a refreshing alternative to chocolate in desserts. Try my frozen pops for just that.

  • 2 cups Watermelon juice
  • 1 can limeade
  • 1 can  mint
  • 1 can water

Mix: Limeade, mint, and water in the blender. Use the limeade can to measure the mint and the water

You will need a large square ice cube tray.  I used a Tovolo King cube ice trays. It is best to place the ice cube tray on a cookie sheet.  Easier to work with to pull in and out of freezer

Pour the watermelon juice 2/3 the way up each cube.  Put in the freezer.  After a couple hours pour the limeade mixture on top of the watermelon juice.  Do not fill all the way to the to the rim.  Just below the rim. This makes it easier to get the ice cubes out.

Just an idea:  If you want to make these into popsicles.   About an hour after you put the limeade on top.  Stick in your popsicle sticks
Optional: You will have some of the mint lime mixture left over.   Pour some vodka in them and they become a delicious sneeky.