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My first popsi… I mean… “ice pop” of the year… Fresh Watermelon Margarita!!
We took a fresh watermelon, cut it in chucks and blended it into about 2 cups of juice. We then added about 1/4 cup of simple syrup as the juice was a bit tart, along with about 3 oz of tequila. We were making six pops so that’s 1/2 oz per pop, which is a good amount as you need them to freeze. We poured the mixture into our molds, let them freeze, and served them with salt, which is fantastic on both watermelon and margaritas!!

My first popsi… I mean… “ice pop” of the year… Fresh Watermelon Margarita!!

We took a fresh watermelon, cut it in chucks and blended it into about 2 cups of juice. We then added about 1/4 cup of simple syrup as the juice was a bit tart, along with about 3 oz of tequila. We were making six pops so that’s 1/2 oz per pop, which is a good amount as you need them to freeze. We poured the mixture into our molds, let them freeze, and served them with salt, which is fantastic on both watermelon and margaritas!!

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