Foodie Friday: Watermelon Popsicles!!!

Welcome to Foodie Fridays! Each Friday I will be posting a fun food idea or meal to support your wellness! What we eat is so important to our well-being. Healthy, nutrient rich food can give us lasting energy and support us---mind, body & soul! Unhealthy food can leave us feeling exhausted, depleted and unhappy. So let's support our wellness by integrating one healthy bite at a time!

It's summer & it's HOT out! One way to cool off is to enjoy one of these scrumptious Watermelon Popsicles! These are 2 ingredient popsicles that are soooooooo tasty & refreshing! Added bonus: they help keep you hydrated!

What you will need:

  • Watermelon

  • Agave

  • Blender

  • Popsicle Mold

  • Freezer

STEP 1:

Gather ingredients: Watermelon & Agave.

STEP 2:

Cut up watermelon.

STEP 3:

Place cut up watermelon in blender.

STEP 4:

Blend.

STEP 5: Add 1 tablespoon of agave for every 1/4 watermelon. The agave helps with the consistency of the popsicles, however, if you are limiting sugar or do not have agave, you can skip this step. Blend for a few seconds after adding agave.

STEP 6:

Pour mixture into popsicle mold. I found this specific popsicle mold on Amazon Prime for $8.99. I've found pricing to range from $8-$35. Click here to purchase.

STEP 7:

Freeze Popsicles for at least 6 hours.

STEP 8:

Enjoy!

Note: For 6 popsicles, I used 1/4 of a watermelon. If you make that amount of popsicles, you will have plenty of watermelon left over to enjoy! Cut some up for fresh fruit or blend some in the blender with some mint for refreshing juice!

Be well,

Nora

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About the Author

Nora Josephson is a licensed professional counselor, certified yoga instructor, and wellness advocate. She is passionate about teaching others to take care of themselves---mind, body and soul!

 

Nora received her Bachelor of Arts from the University of Colorado at Boulder. She then achieved her Master of Arts in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the University of Denver. She worked as a counselor in Colorado for four years and received her Professional Counselor License before moving back to California to be near her family.

 

Self-care and wellness are lifelong practices. Nora’s education, professional experience, and personal practices provide an extensive background to wellness solutions. This blog provides numerous ways to take care of your whole wellness through self-care, hygiene, and wellness practices.

 

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