While our summer looks a little different these days, activities like making popsicles when its 98 degrees outside remind me that there are still so many things we can do as a family. Summers in California are hot, and thanks to Juicy Juice, we are cooling off with fresh, Watermelon Strawberry Push Pops made with their newest drink, Juicy Waters.
This is a sponsored post for Juicy Juice, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Juicy Juice’s newest drink, Juicy Waters, is ideal for families looking to cool down without added sugar or sweeteners. Available in three flavors , Juicy Waters are certified organic, free from sugar, sweeteners and high fructose corn syrup, and available in 3 flavors (Orange, Fruit Punch, and Strawberry Watermelon).
We took a pack of Juicy Waters up to Monterey with us on our latest road trip, and my kids loved their fruity, refreshing taste. Their favorite flavor is the Strawberry Watermelon, so we decided to make popsicles with the drink as a way to seek some reprieve from the summer heat.
Watermelon Strawberry Push Pops
Admittedly, I am not a fan of most popsicles found in our local grocery stores. Typically filled with sugar, artificial sweeteners, and food dyes, even those “made with fruit” typically contain little to none. I picked up a bag of frozen strawberries and a fresh seedless watermelon for these Strawberry Watermelon Push Pops. Using our Vitamix, I blended the fruit together with Strawberry Watermelon Juicy Waters and poured them into clear molds I found on Amazon for freezing. A few hours later, we were enjoying the most amazing, guilt-free Watermelon Strawberry popsicles.
- 1 1/2 cups Seedless watermelon chopped
- 1 cup Frozen strawberries
- 1/2 cup Strawberry Watermelon Juicy Waters
Blend watermelon, strawberries, and Juicy Waters until smooth.
Pour mixture into push pop ice molds.
Freeze for 2 hours, or until solid.
These Watermelon Strawberry Push Pops were delicious…gone in just a few days. They are incredibly easy to make and I felt zero guilt enjoying them with my kids. And if you have any difficulty getting your kids to eat fruit, this is a great way to do so.
If you are looking for additional easy recipes, made with Juicy Juice, visit their website. Some of the ones topping our list of juicy ways to cool off include the following: