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Watermelon Kiwi Pops

These watermelon kiwi pops look like summer and have a fresh fruit taste in a frozen form.

Summertime in our house means lots of frozen desserts. We also eat a lot of watermelon in the summer months, since it is so plentiful, so I wanted a dessert that combined both into one sweet treat.

Making popsicles at home is a fun and inexpensive way to beat the heat. Plus, you know exactly what is going to go into them.

For another frozen sweet treat day, check out National Frozen Yogurt Day.

These kiwi watermelon pops are sweet and hydrating with a crunch from some chocolate chips.

Making these watermelon kiwi pops

Using seasonal fruit is such a good idea for recipes. Food that is available right now is super sweet and that means that I can get away with adding less sugar to the recipe.

This makes them more healthy and also saves on calories.

The two fruits that I am using for these popsicles are just calling out to be made into something watermelony. Just look at the colors!

I used a seedless watermelon since eating melon seeds is not my idea of a fun popsicle experience. My mini chocolate chips will round out the look just fine in a much more tasty way!

Watermelon and kiwi

Coconut milk, coconut sugar, and dark chocolate chips, plus a tart lemon finish off my ingredient list. Ingredients for Watermelon kiwi pops

These frozen pops are made in two steps. First, add your kiwi fruit to the food processor and pulse it until it is a thick consistency.

Don’t pulse too much or it will turn into a liquid. You want some body to the first layer so it doesn’t have to freeze too long. 

Pulsed kiwi fruit

Add the kiwi fruit into the Popsicle molds. I filled 10 molds with the fruit.

Tap down the molds so the fruit is even and lightly wipe the insides of the top part of the molds so that there is no fruit on it.

Then place the molds in the freezer for about an hour to let the first layer thicken.

I used the base of my Popsicle molds but not the tops, since I will be making layers and don’t want to freeze the tops into the kiwi mixture. Craft sticks worked just fine for this recipe!Kiwi mixture in Popsicle molds

Now that the look of the rind is freezing, we’ll move on to the watermelon fruit part.

Place everything except for the chocolate chips in the cleaned food processor and pulse again till you get a thick consistency.

It’s such a pretty color and the coconut milk will make the frozen pops more creamy!Watermelon and coconut milk mixture.

Pour into the frozen molds about 3/4 full. TIP: Put the mixture into a measuring cup with a spout or use a funnel. Food processor bowls do NOT pour well!!  

Add the chocolate chips to the the molds and gently tamp down close to the edge of the mold so that they will look like seeds throughout the popsicles.

Normally you have to wait for a while to add the Popsicle sticks but the base holds them well since it is partly frozen. Aren’t they pretty already?Finished kiwi watermelon pops

Into the freezer again to freeze for 3-4 hours.Freezing watermelon popsicles

I got 10 watermelon kiwi pops out of this recipe, with each one working out to about 100 calories each using full fat coconut milk.Nutritional label watermelon kiwi pops

Watermelon kiwi pops tasting time!

I love the flavor of these watermelon kiwi pops. They are lightly sweet with a slight crunch from the chocolate chip.

The watermelon flavor comes through well and the extra layer of kiwi fruit is a nice sweet surprise.These kiwi watermelon pops are sweet and hydrating with a crunch from some chocolate chips.

Watermelon is just about one of the most refreshing summer time fruits and using it in popsicles is a fun way to enjoy it.

They are easy to prepare the night before you plan to have guests over the next day and the kids will just devour them.Watermelon kiwi pops with chocolate chips

These pops are Paleo, Gluten free and dairy free which makes them perfect for any clean eating diet.  Enjoy!

Yield: 10

Watermelon Kiwi Popsicles

Watermelon Kiwi Popsicles

These watermelon kiwi pops look like summer and have a fresh fruit taste in a frozen form.

Prep Time 5 hours
Total Time 5 hours


  • 4 cups of diced ripe watermelon (no seeds)
  • 4 Tbsp coconut sugar,
  • 1 Tbsp fresh lemon juice
  • The zest of one lemon
  • 1/2 cup canned full fat coconut milk
  • 4 large kiwi fruit
  • 2 tablespoons Enjoy Life mini chocolate chips


  1. Place the kiwi fruit in the food processor and pulse until you have a thick consistency that is not too watery.
  2. Add the mixture into the bottom of 10 Popsicle molds and freeze for about 1 hour. The bottom does not have to be completely set but you don't want the colors to mix.
  3. Clean out the food processor and add everything else except for the chocolate chips.
  4. Add to the molds until about 3/4 full.
  5. Add the dark chocolate chips to the molds and push down lightly with the craft sticks so the chips sit towards the front of the pops. Insert the sticks, cover and freeze until firm, about 4 hours.
  6. Makes 10 popsicles. Enjoy

Nutrition Information:



Serving Size:

1 popsicle

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 112Total Fat: 6gSaturated Fat: 5gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 1gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 5mgCarbohydrates: 16gFiber: 1gSugar: 13gProtein: 1g

Nutritional information is approximate due to natural variation in ingredients and the cook-at-home nature of our meals.

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