Watermelon popsicles with Greek yogurt

Turn luscious watermelon into a divine, quick and easy refreshing snack for all day, any day with these watermelon pops!

Watermelon pops

Watermelon pops

Watermelon pops are the perfect summer treat for both kids and adults! They’re healthy, sugar-free, creamy, cool, and just perfectly sweet.  Packed with all the goodness of fresh watermelon, these watermelon popsicles will quickly become a family favorite.

I don’t know what it is but I feel quite addicted to watermelon this time of year! Maybe it’s the pink and green colors that make watermelon look and feel like a happy treat. Or maybe it’s the sweetness or the fact that a slice of watermelon easily satisfies my thirst on these hot days.

Watermelon pops

Watermelons are great not only fresh but in ice creams and popsicles too. These watermelon pops are a great alternative to store bought sugar filled pops. These super-easy, fruity frozen popsicles have just 3 ingredients and are made in a snap.

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What ingredients do I need to make watermelon pops?

You only need 3 ingredients, 2 if you like to omit honey which is totally fine if your watermelon is super sweet. You’ll need watermelon pulp (seedless), Greek yogurt and honey.

How do you make watermelon popsicles?

Making homemade watermelon pops is incredibly easy and, leaving the freezing time aside, they’re super quick too!

1. Blend watermelon into a puree.

2. Strain through a fine sieve.

3. Add yogurt to watermelon juice and blend well.

4. Optional – Add honey then pour into popsicle molds

5. Freeze until the pops are firm

Store bought pops are fine and convenient but these popsicles are better for you and they cost a whole lot less! There are also no wrappers to throw out and you can make them pretty quickly!

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Watermelon Pops Recipe

These easy watermelon pops are the perfect summer treat for kids. They're healthy, sugar-free, creamy, cool, and perfectly sweet. Packed with all the goodness of fresh watermelon, these will quickly become a family favorite.
Prep Time5 minutes
Freezing time4 hours
Total Time4 hours 5 minutes
Course: Dessert, ice cream
Cuisine: International
Keyword: watermelon pops, watermelon popsicle recipe, watermelon popsicles
Servings: 8 pops
Author: Petro Neagu


  • 2 1/2 cups Watermelon seedless or remove seeds first
  • 1 1/2 cup fat free thick Greek Yogurt
  • 2 tablespoons honey


  • Put watermelon in a blender or food processor and blend into a puree.
  • Strain with a fine sieve into a bowl.
  • Place watermelon juice back into the blender.
  • Add yogurt and blend well.
  • Add honey.
  • Pour into popsicle molds
  • Freeze for at least 4 hr or until the popsicles are firm


Remove pops by running the molds under hot water for about 10 seconds
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  1. Have you tried making them without straining the watermelon juice?

  2. Petro– Where did you get the molds for these popsicles? I would LOVE to get some! Thanks.

    1. Hi Janet. I got them from Europe a while back.

      1. Well darn! lol I really, really like them…………. Thanks, though, for replying. Janet

  3. This looks so refreshing! I look forward to making them soon. I love anything watermelon!!

    1. Thanks so much Renee. Hope you’ll enjoy them as much as we do.

  4. homemadefoodjunkie says:

    Petro, I found these delicious watermelon pops on the #foodiefriDIY party. So cute! They look refreshing and scrumptious!