By Woman's Day Kitchen
stack of melon popsHealthy and satisfying, these fun-flavored fruit bars will have everyone begging for more. Start with this easy melon pops recipe and read more for tantalizing twists on the treat. Don't stop with basic pops-try new shapes for your frozen snacks with molds tested by the WD kitchen. Photo credits: Con Poulos; food styling by Vivian Lui; prop styling by Marina Malchin
Purée 2½ cups cubed melon with 1 Tbsp sugar; transfer to a glass measuring cup. Repeat with a different kind of melon. For flat molds, hold one purée in each hand and pour into the mold at the same time. For upright molds, pour first purée in halfway, then pour second purée on top. Insert sticks; freeze as directed.
Only 19 ¢ per pop
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Slice strawberries or pineapple and place a few pieces in each mold, then fill with the purée.
Only 52¢ per pop
Make It Minty
Purée 2 Tbsp fresh mint along with the honeydew.
Only 38¢ per pop
Progressive Freezer Pop Maker
$18 (small) or $19 (medium) flexible 5-pop molds; ColdMolds.com
Tovolo Rocket Pop Molds
$12.99 for 6-pop mold; KitchenKapers.com
Tovolo Star Pop Molds
Original article appeared on WomansDay.com.
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