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Wonderful,cool treat on a HOT day!My kids loved them!No more store bought for us!!!We can never finish a whole watermelon so this a great way to use it up!!I had cheap popsicle molds that broke so I just scooped this right into bowls for the kids and Ill tell you they would have eaten them all in one day!!:)Thanks for this yummy treat!!
These were wonderful! I love watermelon and I love lemonade, so I thought this was a great combination. Very refreshing, and not much effort to make. Thanks, Bev!
Sorry Bev, but my husband and I didn't care for these popsicles. They really tasted bitter, and I have to agree with what daisy M had written... "The concentrate was too overpowering, and the fresh taste of watermelon was lost." Bev, I'm sorry I wasn't able to give this recipe a better review, but I am glad to see others here enjoyed the recipe.
These were great. My son is 11 months old and wouldn't eat watermelon but he happily goobled up one of these. I didn't have any frozen lemon concentrate (I don't think we have that over here) so I used a little ready-made lemonade. It worked just as well. Will look for the sugar free next time though. Will be making these again, a great way to use up the always left over watermelon.
We just loved these and, like crawfish pie, I love a tasty way to use that last bit of watermelon. The flavor of these is predominantly lemonade, with a hint of watermelon and a lovely red color. Not watery or lacking in flavor the way many homemade popsicles tend to be. Would be a great recipe for kids of all ages to make and enjoy. A blender is the easiest way to mix and pour these into molds. Thanks, Bev, we'll use this often during watermelon season!
The concentrate was too overpowering. The fresh taste of watermelon was lost.