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HELLO Summer! So excited summer has finally arrived! It's time to try out all these summer-y recipes I've been saving on pinterest! I love how these popsicles turned out they were so refreshing and fruity on a hot summer day.

Check out the full tutorial here on my youtube channel and don't forget to subscribe :)

Step 1: The Ingredients

I have all the ingredients in detail in the tutorial but here's what you'll need:

- Watermelon

- Kiwi

- Coconut Milk

- Sugar
- Chocolate chips

Step 2: Prepare Layer # 1

First layer will be the watermelon, you will need to blend the watermelon really well and get the puree consistency.

Step 3: Pour Into the Popsicle Mold

I bought these popsicle mold from the dollar store they are really easy to find.

One you pour over the watermelon layer place it into the freezer for 2 hours and then continue on to the next step.

Step 4: Layer # 2

Once the watermelon is frozen you are ready to place over the coconut milk and then freeze for 1-2 hours but you be the judge of how quick it freezes.

Step 5: Layer # 3

You will need to do the samething to the Kiwi and puree the fruit. One extra step is you will need to strain the kiwi to get the seeds out of there!

Step 6: Pour Over Layer # 3

Once the coconut milk is frozen you can now pour over the kiwi puree and place in the freezer for 1-2 hours for one last time until it's frozen like a popsicle!

Step 7: Enjoy!

All done now it's time to enjoy your dessert! To serve I placed lots of ice on a plate and placed all the popsicles on top to keep cool!

Hope you enjoyed this and if you did please check out my other tutorials on www.youtube.com/thepinproject

<p>I am just afraid that if i make them, everything will go wrong.... like usual...</p>
<p>OMG these look SOOO good!</p>
<p>these look really tasty and refreshing.</p>
<p>Definitely was! Glad you liked it :)</p>
<p>Oh, these look sooooo good and refreshing! I love that you didn't use any artificial colors or flavors or even juice! One question, how do the chocolate chips go with the watermelon? That seems like it could be a strange combination. I'll definitely have to try this and find out :)</p>
<p>Glad you liked it! The chocolate chips are optional but for me since I have a sweet tooth I did not mind a hint of chocolate in the recipe :)</p>
<p>These look delicious (and healthy!). Thank you for sharing!</p>
This will be a fun one to try with the kids this summer. I think you might have the description in the wrong order though. Double check, I think it should go watermelon, coconut, kiwi.
<p>Glad you liked it:) Also thanks for pointing that out, just fixed it.</p>

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