Watermelon, Lemon and Lime Popsicles


Nothings says summer than a nice cold refreshing popsicle. Featuring fresh, summertime watermelon these are by far a new favorite for my family and friends and one that is actually 100 percent natural. No sugar-just watermelon, lemon and lime juice!

You can also do the same thing with other soft fruits… just puree them and freeze. Experiment with different fruit combinations… if the fruits are too tart you can always allow them to soak in some sugar before putting them into the blender. For softer popsicles, try mixing in a small amount of yogurt.

Notice anything kinda funny looking about the watermelon in the background. I am not pointing any fingers but I think my watermelon loving son may or may not have had something to do with it! Just sayin……

Watermelon, Lemon and Lime Popsicles
  • 3 lemons, juiced
  • 4 cups of watermelon chunks (I just buy the plastic containers with watermelon already seeded and cut)- super easy
  • 2 limes, juiced
  1. Place all ingredients in a food processor or blender and blend until nice and smooth. Pour into your desired popsicle molds and freeze for 2-4 hours or overnight.


  1. Jed Gray (sportsglutton)

    Oh yes Jessica I could use one of those right now as I can already feel the heat of the day coming into the house. Of course I’d need an “adult” one for the afternoon though. 😉

    09 . Jul . 2012
  2. Lena

    i wish that i cld just pop one into my mouth right that natural colours !

    09 . Jul . 2012
  3. Donna @ The Slow Roasted Italian

    Oh yum! Love popsicles in this heat! These look fantastic.

    09 . Jul . 2012
  4. Torrie @ a place to share...

    gorgeous, gorgeous, gorrrgeous!!

    love these pics, and i am totally trying these… i’ve got lemons & lime… just need a watermelon :).

    09 . Jul . 2012
  5. Candace

    These look sooo refreshing Jessica!

    09 . Jul . 2012
  6. Sylvie @ Gourmande in the Kitchen

    Watermelon and lime are so thirst quenching and you can’t beat a popsicle on a hot day!

    09 . Jul . 2012
  7. Alana

    It’s Summer on a stick! I LOVE THESE!

    10 . Jul . 2012
  8. Nami | Just One Cookbook

    I haven’t made Popsicle yet although I have a maker… I need to move on to Popsicle next. The watermelon gives beautiful color AND flavor. This looks fantastic, Jessica!

    10 . Jul . 2012
  9. Mandy - The Complete Cook Book

    🙂 Mandy

    10 . Jul . 2012
  10. Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen

    What a cool and refreshing (and healthy) dessert. And yup, I think your son does love watermelon (smile).

    10 . Jul . 2012

    Love these! sounds delish!!
    have a great summer!
    best, anna

    10 . Jul . 2012
  12. Shellie

    Mercy, Jess— these are beautiful! Gonna pin ’em using Alana’s line “summer on a stick!” btw, i love seeing my baby boy’s fingerprints. 🙂

    10 . Jul . 2012
  13. Velva

    These popsicles are just the way to add fun to summer. These are delightful.


    10 . Jul . 2012
  14. jackie@marin mama cooks

    I so love how easy and healthy these popsicles are. My kids always ask for a Popsicle when it’s hot out and I hate the choices, as they are full of sugars and dyes. I am so going to make these up.

    I also absolutely LOVE that you froze them in recycled jars instead of the regular old plastic Popsicle trays. Everyone has a glass jar or two at home that they can use up. I have recently been cleaning out all of my jam jars and cute jars to use at glasses. The kids get a kick out of it and why go out and buy a jam jar when you can recycle an actual jar that had jam in it.

    Perfect summer post girl. I may blog this recipe to go along with my post about recycling jars, as it’s perfect! I will totally link over to you when I do!

    10 . Jul . 2012
  15. Biren @ Roti n Rice

    Those popsicles sure look inviting and refreshing! Love the color and that they are all natural too. 🙂

    10 . Jul . 2012
  16. Eva

    Oh my god, that is so cute (the nibbled watermellon!). It reminds me of when we lived in NYC when my brother was around 2 and I was 4. We’d go to the local bakery with my Mom, brother in the stroller, me walking along side. Mom would buy a French Stick and have my brother hold onto it. By the time we got home, the top would be nibbled off!
    These popsicles looks and sound so refreshing.

    10 . Jul . 2012
  17. Bree

    So cute and so refreshing!

    10 . Jul . 2012
  18. Amy (Savory Moments)

    These are a lovely and perfect summer treat – refreshing and delicious.

    10 . Jul . 2012
  19. yummychunklet

    No lie. These look so refreshing that I may have to keep one for myself before handing any out to others.

    10 . Jul . 2012
  20. Alicia@ eco friendly homemaking

    Oh I agree these look so cool and refreshing!! And on top of that they look awesome!

    10 . Jul . 2012
  21. Kiran @

    Love the combo of watermelon + lemon lime anytime for summer 🙂

    10 . Jul . 2012
  22. Baker Street

    Watermelon and lemon – such a delightful combination, Jess! Lovely clicks and this one is just perfect to beat the heat! 🙂

    11 . Jul . 2012
  23. Roxana GreenGirl {A little bit of everything}

    watermelon and lime screams summer. and with the hot days, bring the popsicle on!

    11 . Jul . 2012
  24. Roz

    It’s been far too long since I’ve made popsicles! I can’t get enough of watermelon and all things cold this summer, and with the addition of lime, these have got to be perfect to chill off in this heat!

    12 . Jul . 2012
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  26. vianney

    love,love paletas! they are a summer must!

    thanks for sharing!

    14 . Jul . 2012
  27. beti

    just what I need right now! this is a great recipe

    15 . Jul . 2012
  28. Marina {}

    It is so hot right now and I would LOVE to have 1 (or 5) right about now. Will have to make some soon!

    15 . Jul . 2012
  29. Cass @foodmyfriend

    How perfect for a Summers day 🙂 My favourite flavour combo for the season too. Great photography 🙂

    23 . Jul . 2012
    • kbelleicious

      Thanks Cass! These are truly refreshing

      26 . Jul . 2012

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