Rocket Pop

I'm hooked on these vintage inspired pops. It doesn't get any more summery than a rocket ice pop mold if you ask me, and they are so easy to make it's not even funny! I've been making them left and right! My latest creation is a watermelon strawberry yogurt pop.



Steph Chows Pops
1 cup watermelon
1/2 cup strawberries
1/2 cup greek plain yogurt
1 Tbs sweetener of choice (honey agave white sugar)

Dump it all into a blender and pour into your molds, add the tops and freeze until set. Easy as pie :)

So, what would be the first flavor combo you would mix up?

Tracy of Sugarcrafter came over for a day of crafting and we ate these as a mid day snack.

And check out the awesome skirt I showed her how to make! She did great!! You can make one too just head on over here to learn how!

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6 chews:

I had some extra watermelon I didn't know what to do with (and currently sitting in my freezer), and these sound delicious!  I'm going to have to try these this weekend!

Tracy said...

So much fun - both the popsicle and the skirt!! :-) A popsicle mold is still on my list. You said you got yours from Marshall's, right??

Yup Marshalls! :) Can't wait to see what you come up with!

Hannah said...

What fun! Both the shape and flavor are so whimsical and wonderful. :)

Tamms said...

Those look delicious!  I'll have to try them for my summer kids....Hope you don't mind, I blogged about my excitement over your jam exchange. :)

YEAHHH! Thanks so much for blogging about it! I'm excited too!

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