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I think Fall weather is creeping in already, which is really weird because it’s always still hot and humid in the area around this time of year. However, it is SUCH a nice break from the humidity that I’m totally embracing it.
Fall is my favorite season. I love the colors, the temperature, and all the baked goods. I think Fall is the only time of year that I bake a lot. Warming spices are my favorite: cinnamon, cloves, allspice, etc.
BUT, I need to stop wishing away summer because I am going to miss the longer days and the evenings where I can still make a recipe and photograph it in time. I’m also going to miss all the abundance of watermelon! I remember last year in October I was wishing for it to be summer so I could have watermelon on my hands.
I posted this watermelon mint lime juice a while back and this is the base for these watermelon mint lemonade popsicles!
If you’re looking for a refreshing popsicle that is also healthy and low sugar, these watermelon mint lemonade popsicles are for you! I love the sweet and tangy flavor. Watermelon will forever and always remind me of summer so these popsicles are the perfect frozen treat.
Even though we are at the cusp of summer ending, sweet and ripe watermelon is still vastly available so if I were you, I’d get my hands on them soon and hold on to summer with these watermelon mint lemonade popsicles!
Don’t let these melt away ;)
Watermelon Mint Lemonade Popsicles
- 1 ½ cup watermelon mint lime juice
- 1 cup lemonade
- Lime slices (optional)
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- Mix watermelon mint lime juice and lemonade together in a measuring cup. Add a lime slice to the popsicle mold, if using.
- Carefully pour the juice into the popsicle mold.
- Cover the popsicle mold then place the sticks in. Freeze for 6-8 hours.
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Phillip || SouthernFATTY.com
Thursday 31st of August 2017
Yes, yes, yes to mint everything! These are beautiful.
Sunday 3rd of September 2017