Watermelon Sorbet with GoodPop Watermelon Agave Pops

Watermelon Sorbet with GoodPop Watermelon Agave Pops

Frozen desserts are one of my favorite parts of summer. I especially love healthy versions of classic frozen treats. My current favorite is this watermelon sorbet recipe that created with simple clean ingredients and topped with GoodPop Watermelon Agave Pops.

watermelon sorbet

This post is kindly sponsored by GoodPop. I have been a huge fan of their delicious frozen desserts for awhile, and I reached out to them asking to collaborate because I think you guys would love their products as well! All of their pops are vegan, gluten free, and use clean ingredients, which makes them the perfect summer treat. Not to mention that they are absolutely delicious!

You can purchase your own pack of delicious GoodPops from their website here and use the code “VEGGIE” to get 20% off your entire purchase 🙂

You will find a ton of delicious flavors on their website. For this recipe, I used the Watermelon Agave flavor because it paired perfectly with my watermelon sorbet recipe. Without further ado, I’m going to show you how I make it.

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What you will need for your watermelon sorbet

6-8 cups watermelon (about 1 medium sized watermelon)

1/2 lime

2 tbsp coconut sugar

1/2 cup coconut milk (from a can)

GoodPop Watermelon Agave Pops

Fresh strawberries

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How to make your watermelon sorbet

First, start by cutting up your watermelon into cubes.

Then line the watermelon cubes on a tray and freeze them for a few hours, until they are completely frozen.

After your watermelon cubes have frozen, add them to a blender. Also add the lime juice, coconut sugar, and coconut milk.

Blend everything until it is smooth.

Transfer the watermelon sorbet into a pan, then freeze it one more time. It’s best if you leave it to freeze overnight, but mine froze after 4-5 hours.

Once the watermelon sorbet is frozen, add it to a bowl, top with GoodPop Watermelon Agave Pops, some fresh fruit and enjoy 🙂

I have created a little video to help show you how to make this. Check it out below!

If you like fruity and delicious frozen desserts try these others:

watermelon popsicles

blueberry frozen yogurt

yogurt fruit cups

vegan blueberry cheesecake

watermelon sorbet

Course Dessert

Ingredients
  

  • 6-8 cups watermelon about a medium sized watermelon
  • 1/2 lime
  • 2 tbsp coconut sugar
  • 1/2 cup canned coconut milk

Instructions
 

  • First, start by cutting up your watermelon into small cubes.
  • Then line the watermelon cubes on a tray and freeze them for a few hours, until they are completely frozen.
  • After your watermelon cubes have frozen, add them to a blender. Also add the lime juice, sugar, and coconut milk.
  • Blend everything until it is smooth.
  • Transfer the watermelon sorbet into a pan, then freeze it one more time. It’s best if you leave it to freeze overnight, but mine froze after 4-5 hours.
  • Once the watermelon sorbet is frozen, add it to a bowl, top with GoodPop Watermelon Agave Pops, and some fresh fruit and enjoy 🙂
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