Yogurt Filled Watermelon Popsicles

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Introduction: Yogurt Filled Watermelon Popsicles

About: Alex Blechta is a young and enthusiastic graphic designer and photographer. Starting from such a young age he wants to learn and strive in his future dream of becoming a well-known graphic designer and or phot…

I was searching around Instructables for yogurt filled popsicles and I couldn't find anything! So I decided to make an Instructable of how I would do it. Enjoy.

Step 1: Ingredients

1 chilled watermelon
2 vanilla yogurt cups

What I used:
Popsicle molds
Magic Bullet or blender
Knife
Cutting board
Spoon

Step 2: Cut Watermelon

Cut the watermelon into chunks then into dice.

Step 3: Place Watermelon and Yogurt in Blender

Place the diced watermelon into the Bullet or blender and place half of one of the little cups of vanilla yogurt in too, then blend well, so that the mixture is very liquidy, therefor no solids in it.

Step 4: Pour Mixture Into Molds

Pour the mixture into the molds and put into freezer and the trick to the yogurt filling is that you can't have the popsicle freeze all the way wait till its partially frozen so its just about to get hard. This is very important.

Step 5: Carve Out the Insides

Carve out the insides of the popsicles and fill with the remaining yogurt. Then cover them again with the inside that you carved out and put them back in to freeze fully.

Step 6: Remove From Freezer and Enjoy

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    19 Comments

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    kruth1
    kruth1

    5 years ago

    These look wonderful!

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    mollymoo2000
    mollymoo2000

    7 years ago

    These were delish me and my mates made them thx

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    Blechmen
    Blechmen

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    I'm so glad they turned out well, and ill be sure to make more things similar for a vote.
    Thanks:
    Blechmen

    Oh the kids would love this. Just think, any fruit would work. Most awesome. Thank you for sharing.
    Blessings!!

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    Blechmen
    Blechmen

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Yes that's the great thing about these is any fruit is good, and I would love to try a raspberry one.

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    Rayber
    Rayber

    7 years ago on Step 6

    I love it. Very Very Good presentation. I have to find our old Popsicle making Tupperware things. Having graduated to grandpa and Great grandpa, the Popsicle days passed a long time ago. Thanks for the instructable.
    Ray

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    Blechmen
    Blechmen

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Haha thanks and a vote would be very much appreciated.

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    blueathena11
    blueathena11

    7 years ago on Step 6

    How do you find the time to make all these frozen treats?

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    Blechmen
    Blechmen

    Reply 7 years ago on Step 6

    Haha, I really want to win this milkshake machine

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    mojo1080
    mojo1080

    7 years ago

    Absolute genius mate. Can't wait to make a batch!!

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    Blechmen
    Blechmen

    Reply 7 years ago on Introduction

    Hahah yes you do but I want to make a raspberry one