Golden Honeydew Mint Popsicles

Hey there! I’m Miranda and I blog over at the dessert blog Cookie Dough and Oven Mitt where the sweets are endless! I wanted to pitch in and help Crystal during such a difficult time. So, I threw together these incredibly refreshing golden honeydew mint popsicles to share with you all!

Golden Honeydew Mint Popsicles

This ice pop is seriously so flavorful and simple to make. I should also mention it only has 2 ingredients. Can you guess what they are? Yes! Golden honey dew and mint leaves! I’m a sucker for the smell and taste of mint leaves. At my parent’s house, they have spearmint that grows wild in the ditches. As my dad weedeats, the smell just fills the entire yard. Love, love, love it!

Golden Honeydew Mint PopsiclesI love the itty bitty specks of the mint leaves in the light green popsicle. It adds such interest to such a simple popsicle. The honeydew is natually sweet so we got to bypass adding any kind of sugar. However, if you’ve got a sweet teeth, feel free to add a tablespoon or two of sugar to the blender when blending the honeydew.

This isn’t a popsicle you’ll find at the grocery store. It’s simpleand light . It’s refreshing. It’s gorgeous. Yeah, it’s everything that someone looks for in a cold, refreshing popsicle.Golden Honeydew Mint Popsicles

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Serves: 10 popsicles
 
Ingredients
  • 4 cups golden honeydew melon, rind and seeds removed
  • 8 mint leaves
  • 10 cavity popsicle mold
Instructions
  1. Firstly, cut the honeydew in half and remove the seeds from the center. Cut the rind away from the melon and discard.
  2. Place 4 cups of the golden honeydew in a blender or food processor. Blend on high until smooth.
  3. Rinse the mint leaves. Toss them whole leaves into the blender and blend into the pieces are bite size.
  4. Pour the honeydew melon into the popsicle mold.
  5. Run your wooden sticks under water to help the puree to adhere to the stick.
  6. Place into the freezer overnight to harden.
  7. Run the mold under warm water for about 30 seconds. Remove the popsicles from the mold and eat.
  8. Store in a freezer-safe bowl inside the freezer.

 

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