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A teal kids plate with a wheel of colorful popsicle sticks and cantaloupe and strawberry cantaloupe popsicles.

Get the recipe: Easy Cantaloupe Popsicles - 2 Ways!

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Made with only 4-ingredients, these Cantaloupe Popsicles will keep uou cool all summer long!

Ingredients 

  • 2 cups cantaloupe
  • 3/4 cup plain or vanilla yogurt
  • 2 tbsp freshly squeeze lemon juice
  • 2-3 tbsp sweetener (optional - see notes below)

Instructions 

  • Prep: Place the cantaloupe, yogurt, lemon juice and sweetener (if using), into a blender
    A clear blender with cantaloupe yogurt and lemon juice.
  • Blend: on medium-high speed puree the cantaloupe mixture for 1-2 minutes or until the mixture is completely smooth.
    Eclair blender with cantaloupe purée for Popsicles.
  • Pour: using your favorite popsicle mold, pour the cantaloupe mixture into the molds until the fill line. Place in the popsicle sticks.
    A purple popsicle tray with cantaloupe and strawberry popsicles for kids with colorful popsicle sticks on the side against a white background.
  • Freeze: place the popsicle mold into the freezer and let freeze for at least 5 hours but preferably overnight.
    A small purple tray for Popsicles with colorful popsicle sticks inside.
  • Eat: take a popsicle out of the freezer and take out of the mold. Eat and enjoy.
    A teal kids played against a white background with colorful popsicle sticks and cantaloupe and strawberries cantaloupe popsicles scattered about.

Notes

Age: can be served to 6-9+ months depending on when baby can hold the popsicle stick. 
Yield: this recipe makes roughly 2 1/2 cups of popsicle mixture. You may need to increase/decrease that amount based on your popsicle mold size. 
Notes on Strawberries: feel free to add 1-2 cups of fresh or frozen (and thawed) strawberries to the cantaloupe mixture. I did a batch with half cantaloupe popsicles and half strawberry cantaloupe popsicles for a fun twist. 
Sweetness: I recommend omitting the sweetener for babies under 1 year of age. But depending on the sweetness of your fruit and your sweetness preference, I recommend tasting the blended cantaloupe recipe before pouring it into the trays to see if it needs the recommended amount of sweetener listed above.

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