I did not care for these popsicles. They had an odd, bitter taste to them. My husband and I ate one, but I ended up throwing out the rest. I think the water diluted the taste of the popsicle, and I think abit more sugar should be added. 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.
My kids really enjoyed these. Personally, I think they could stand to be sweeter but my kids still loved them.
Very tasty and refreshing on a hot summer day. The kids and I really enjoyed these. I will definitely make these again.
These are great! I've made several batches since finding the recipes only 4 days ago. My 4 yr old son doesn't eat watermelon, but loves these. This is a great way on introducing a fruit kids wont eat. I'm going to mix it up next time and maybe put some cantalope or honeydew in aswell. Thanks for a great simple and quick to make recipe!!!
Very refreshing treat everyone in the family enjoyed. If the watermelon is not super red and juicy, I would cut the water back or replace with OJ. Good source of Vitamin C and a healthy alternative to commercial popsicles. Thanks for posting!
My kids, the kids next door and myself agree these were amazing popsicles - so much better then store bought! I used 5-alive berry blend juice (didn't have o.j) - left everything else the same and we ended up with 16 popsicles!!!
These are so refreshing and taste fantastic. The fresh burst of watermelon flavor blends so well with the orange - and these are not too, too sweet either(but plenty sweet). The have a great color - it froze in kind of a two tone streaky pattern - very attractive. Easy to make - I had enough for 16 popsicles.