DISCLOSURE: This post contains an affiliate link (which means I earn a small commission if you buy) and I was sent the ice pop mould to try for free. Is it warm enough for iceblocks? I think it is and these strawberry and watermelon ice pops are the best way to start ice block season! It’s never too soon to get started on making delicious ice blocks for summer, because then you won’t be caught out when the weather turns super hot!
With only two ingredients, these super sweet iceblocks are a combination of two of our favourite summer fruits! And with strawberries so cheap right now, there’s no excuse! If nothing else, grab a few punnets and make these now so when the price goes up…you’ve got them ready!
The iceblock mould I used to make these strawberry and watermelon are dinosaurs and they are super cute. I’ve wanted to try something similar for a while and when I saw these on Little Bento World, I had to try them. Because you pour the mixture into the silicone mould, they don’t get stuck, you just hold onto the fossil handles and peel off the silicone when you want to remove them. You also can remove the silicone and then put the pops in a container- which is awesome if you need more than four. Rinse and you can make another batch!
Making these ice pops is the simplest thing you could do all summer! I feel embarrassed to call it a recipe, but it is one…I think, so I’m giving it to you anyway!
Strawberry and watermelon ice pops
Two ingredients strawberry and watermelon ice pops easy to make a delicious! Get ready for summer now! Refined sugar free and super fast to make! #kidsfood #familyfood #iceblocks #icepops #refinedsugarfree
- 2 cups watermelon cubed
- 1 punnet strawberries, tops removed and halved
Place the watermelon and strawberries into a blender and blitz until smooth.
Pour into ice pop moulds and freeze for 6-8 hours.
Cuisine modern australian