AIP watermelon popsicles

When it gets hot here in sunny Arizona, normally the kids are looking to do just about anything to stay cool.  I’m looking for just about anything to keep them away from the TV and having fun without spending bank.  This recipe just so happened to come out of one of those days.  Kyra had a friend over and it was about 113 degrees outside.  They wanted to go in the pool, but I wanted them to wait until the sun started going down.

So I put Kyra to task to making a summer treat that even her non food allergy friends could love.  From start to finish, this was all her…and she did a great job!


AIP kid friendly popsicles
Prep Time
10 mins
Let freeze
2 hrs

Not only was this extremely easy to make, but, Kyra had a blast doing you can see by the look on her face! Kyra made this with kiwi and watermelon, but, you could definitely sub any fruit you like.

Course: Dessert
Cuisine: American
Keyword: AIP, AIP Dessert, Dairy Free, kid friendly, Popsicle
Servings: 6
by: Jen Gault |
  • 1 seedless watermelon, roughly chopped (rind removed) small to medium sized
  • 4-5 kiwi's, peeled and roughly chopped
  • 1 tbsp raw honey, optional 1/4 of it for the kiwi, 3/4 for the watermelon
  1. prepare fruit (with or without the honey), blend separately until fully blended.

  2. First pour kiwi in popsicle mold about 1/4 of the way, place in freezer until it solidifies.

  3. Next, pour watermelon the rest of the way, and freeze again. Enjoy!


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