Whole food popsicles are delicious and nutritious. I love making popsicles out of frozen 100% juice, but using the whole fruit is even more nutritious because it preserves the fiber. Yesterday we had a watermelon that wasn't going to keep much longer. It was mildly sweet, but not overly delicious. Since it was a seedless watermelon, I just put the cubes in the blender and gave it a whirl.
Since it wasn't super tasty, I could have added a pinch of sugar, but was feeling lazy. That turned out great, because after it was frozen, the so-so watermelon tasted like candy.
Once it was blended, I poured it into popsicle molds. I had lots of watermelon left over, so I filled an ice cube tray and 2 pampered chef crushed ice containers.
The ice cubes were delicious today with a little 7-up over the top. Not as frothy as an icecream float, but yummy just the same.
I haven't tried it yet, but I don't see why this concept wouldn't work with other fruits like bananas, strawberries, kiwi, blueberries, peaches, nectarines. Do them alone or make a nice combo.