Rocket Pops: A Low-Calorie Way to Serve Fruit for Dessert
Instead of sugar water inside these popsicle-like frozen treats, we've hidden a blend of watermelon and lemon juice. At just 44 calories per pop, they're the must-try dessert of the summer season.
[MUSIC] Do you want a really simple beat the heat treat? This is an old fashion pop up, pop cycle, but instead of being a bunch of sugar water, a cube of watermelon, pineapple, and then I freeze them, and then I put them in my blender or food processor, both work beautifully, a little simple syrup. And then the next thing, believe it or not, is to put it in your piping bag, any old piping bag. Or even a Ziploc and then you can like cut off a little tip. [MUSIC] These Rocket Pops will rock, your world. [MUSIC]
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