CF, DF, EF, FF, GF, GRF, MF, NUTF, SALF, SOYF, SUF, YF
Juice the watermelon rind using a juicer. Add fruit juice to taste to sweeten, then add to popsicle molds. Freeze and enjoy!
What's so great about these Watermelon Rind Popsicles?
If you'd like to juice the rind and the fruit together, you absolutely can and you'll notice that the juice will be perfectly sweet. If there's a bit of fruit attached to the rind or none at all, as specified in the recipe, then the juice might be fine if you're one used to eating greens.
Otherwise, you'll be wanting to add in fruit juice to counteract the slight bitterness of the watermelon rind juice. Any kind of juice, fresh or bottled, can be used. Grape, lemon, cherry, or even veggie+fruit juices (often with sweet carrot and beet) will do. A good ratio to use is 3 cups watermelon juice to 1-2 cups juice.
If you still find it's missing just a touch of sweet, try adding in liquid stevia. Maple syrup or honey are okay if that's all you have on hand.
Note that you can also:
The juice will keep for 24 hours. To keep it fresh, pour it ALL the way to the top of a mason jar so that's there's no air, then put on the lid and screw cap. Adding some lemon juice or 1-2 tsp of vitamin c powder also help to prolong shelf life.
Be aware that the juice will separate, with the heavier sediment sinking to the bottom. Just give it a shake before consuming.
As always, Enjoy :)
CF= Corn Free DF= Dairy Free EF= Egg Free FF= Fat Free GF= Gluten Free GRF= Grain Free MF= Meat Free NUTF= Nut Free SALF= Salt Free SOYF= Soy Free SUF= Sugar Free YF= Yeast Free
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