Must-try: honeydew and mint popsicles

Candice Kumai, Honeydew and mint pops

I’ll be honest: I’ve never met a frozen dessert I didn’t love, particularly sweet and refreshing popsicles. So I’ve decided to put a contemporary (and grown-up) spin on this classic treat, combining fresh mint, honeydew melon with white wine. Not only are they super easy to whip up, but they also taste amazing.

Honeydew, mint and wine pops

Photo credit: Clean Green Eats
Makes 10 servings

YOU WILL NEED:

Infused Simple Syrup

1 cup water

1 cup granulated sugar

4 springs fresh mint

Pops

½ honeydew melon, peeled and cubed

¾ cup sweet or dry white wine

METHOD:

In a small saucepan, combine the water, sugar, and mint springs. Simmer gently for 10 minutes. Cool and reserve.

To Make the Pops

In a blender, blend the honeydew and white wine. Add the syrup and pulse to combine.

Pour the mixture into individual ice pop molds, add sticks, and freeze until solid, approximately 6 hours.


For more fresh recipes from health goddess, Candice Kumai, visit her website here. 


This recipe is from Candice Kumai’s latest cookbook CLEAN GREEN EATS

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Candice Kumai
Professionally trained chef, former fashion model, wellness journalist and 5x best-selling author, Candice Kumai is a go-to source on all things health and wellness. She began writing for national magazines at age 24, at age 26 her first cookbook endeavor, Cook Yourself Thin, was a New York Times #1 bestseller and by the age of 29, Candice became a regular judge on Iron Chef America. She has since written/developed recipes for numerous best-selling books. She also features in and contributes as a health journalist to dozens of food, health, beauty, fashion, and lifestyle publications, including Yoga Journal, Elle, Well + Good, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Prevention, People, Cosmopolitan, Shape, Men’s Fitness, Better Homes and Gardens and serves as the Culinary Advisor at Clean Eating Magazine. Candice now resides in new York city and is newly-single, happily in love with avocados, coconut, her girlfriends, yoga and her cat, Sisi.