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Watermelon Pops

Watermelon Pops recipe
photo by:kraft
You'll start summer with a splash with these adorable pops. Jell-O Gelatin pairs with a cool, creamy center for delish on a stick.
time
prep:
35 min
total:
4 hr 35 min
servings
total:
16 servings
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posted:
7/30/2012
Delicious! Easy to make following the recipe exactly as written. I used sugar free watermelon flavored jello and Splenda rather than extra sugar - turned out great! I will definately be making these again and will try out different flavors.
posted:
7/15/2012
This is great! My boys loved them. A couple of tips... put the cream cheese mixture in a freezer bag, cut a corner, and squeeze it onto the red jello. Also, the green jello needs to be in the fridge for 45 min or until it looks like jelly. Then the cream cheese won't float.
posted:
7/13/2012
did not make it yet, but I bet you could also put it in a 8 X 8 pan, may be easier.
posted:
7/13/2012
Why not use watermelon jello ????
posted:
4/5/2012
I loved this recipe! its was very fun to make but not a lot of people liked the taste of the cream cheese so the next time I made It I used whipped cream! it tasted so much better!! and it was adorable!
posted:
6/9/2011
After giving this a one star rating, I let if freeze for about seven hours and they finally set up. Much better after they froze that long. Still had to pick the Styrofoam cups off and made a mess with that. It was good, but I'm still not sure if it's worth all that :)
posted:
6/26/2010
Great taste, fun and unique. Try piping the cream with an icing bag. Makes a great seal. Don't make the last layer too thin it will be too light and the whip cream will float. good luck
posted:
6/26/2010
These take time but are worth it! My kids always ask for them :) Going to try the splenda someone suggested!
posted:
6/23/2010
This was good in theory but it was a disaster. The white layer does not spread well and when I put my green layer on the white layer just floated to the top, making a mess. I followed the directions exactly and even tried freezing the red and white layers longer before adding the green. I had to throw it all out.
posted:
8/22/2009
Good recipe! If you add the ice, do NOT put in the fridge or freezer to long. Makes it impossible to pour and you cannot get the chocolate down. You do not need as much of the icing, you will have some left over. Do not freeze as long, they will become to hard.
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