Watermelon & Yogurt Popsicles are covert with Greek yogurt, crushed pistachios and a last-minute drizzle of orange blossom honey for a tasty and healthy snack on a hot summer day!
This fun and easy Watermelon & Yogurt Popsicles are crunchy and salty on the first bite and juicy and sweet on the second! Perfect snack for the side of the pool or a great way to finish up a BBQ feast! Plus, there is no melting like ordinary popsicles, so that the little ones won’t mess up the floor.
The Watermelon Effect
Watermelons are enormous… generally, you would want to use them before leaving them for days in the fridge and monopolizing all that precious space. Making a punch with it is a standard solution, or maybe next time, try these popsicles. The famous pink fruit contains about 90% water, making it a perfect candidate for the freezer. I’ve left the watermelon rind for aesthetic reasons, but you could cut it off before freezing the pops. Another suggestion would be to pick up a seedless watermelon for… well… I believe no explanation is necessary here.
Let’s Talk Honey, Honey!
A whole world of different flowers and nectars results in different kinds of honey. Some are more popular than others, like the multi-flower mix of thyme, rosemary or lavender. Although one of my favourites is the Flor de Azahar, or orange blossom, which is beautifully perfumed, and you can feel the orange in there. I’ve used this one for this recommended recipe, but it’s up to you! I’ve added the drizzle of honey once the pops are frozen, just before serving. It will freeze on the popsicles without making a mess, giving this extra fun texture!
You could use low-fat or vanilla-flavoured yogurt, depending on your needs! Also, the choice of nuts could be switched to lovely soft almonds. The main idea here is to use the watermelon as the popsicle; no need to use a food processor or popsicle mould! You can freeze the watermelon and put a popsicle stick and nothing else! It’s a great way to use watermelon leftovers!
More Summer Snacks Ideas
Watermelon & Yogurt Popsicles
- popsicles sticks
- 6 pieces watermelon
- 150 g natural or vanilla greek yogurt
- 100 g pistachios (crushed)
- 3 tbsp honey (orange blossom type recommended)
- Cut the watermelon into small triangles.
- Cut an opening with a sharp end knife at the end of each piece and insert a popsicle stick.
- Cover with the help of a spoon, the tip with yogurt, and add the crushed pistachio.
- Add to a deep plate covered with wax paper, cover with plastic wrap and freeze for at least 1 hour.
- When ready to consume, drizzle some honey on the popsicles.
This looks so good to have on a hot sunny day. Thank you for sharing this idea…:)
Absolute tasty brain freeze!
hahaha I bet it is a brain freeze!! 🙂
Well aren’t this cute and healthy little snack bites. I think they would work for dessert to, especially on a hot summer day….and a backyard BBQ party!! Watermelon is the best…especially in summer.
Couldn’t agree more;)
I love how healthy these are! I would have never thought of this…genius!
What a great healthy and delicious snack idea! And they look adorable as well, so fresh and colorful and juicy!
Guilty of all of the above;)
Yum! Such an easy and delicious summer snack. Love all those flavors and I bet it would be a huge hit with my daughter.
These really are so cute! I LOVE pistachios, and pairing them with sweet juicy pink watermelon is a stroke of genius!
Inspired by a Greek recipe, i m just the messenger of flavoursome dishes;)
These look so refreshing! I can imagine eating one right now!
Cooling and healthy. My kids will love this and so will I. Very attractive on the eye.
What a COOL idea and your photos are stunning!
What a great idea, your watermelon pops look almost too pretty to eat! I love a local honey and the orange blossom honey sounds delicious.
It’s my fav honey! such a nice perfume to it!
Man! I could use one of these on the farm this week. The heat has been a killer.
For sure they would help!
These are just too precious! Seriously – adorable. What a delicious snack idea. I love watermelon and yogurt together. It’s a very underrated combination.
I totally agree with you!! Underrated combination!
These are absolutely adorable! I have to make them for my kids as I think they’d LOVE them!