Easy Christmas Watermelon Pops

I am already getting notes home about plans about end of year or Christmas parties for both school and out-of-school activities, and for most of these we are asked to bring a plate of food for the kids to share! With time in short supply around here I am aiming for maximum impact with minimum effort and I think that these simple Christmas Watermelon Pops might just fit the bill.

Easy Christmas Watermelon Pops

You will need:

  • Watermelon
  • Christmas tree biscuit/cookie cutter
  • Popsticks
  • (Optional) Honey
  • (Optional) Multi-coloured sprinkles

To make:

  1. Slice watermelon into slices just over 1cm thick.
  2. Cut tree shapes with biscuit cutter.
  3. Gently push popstick into the base of the tree.
  4. (Optional) Add a little more Christmas bling by brushing trees with a little honey (add a drop of boiling water if the honey needs softening) and sprinkling with multi-coloured cake sprinkles.
  5. Refrigerate until ready to serve.

What is your go-to easy kids party snack when you are asked to bring a plate to share?

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  1. Genius!

  2. Lovely ideas can you tell me a nice salad for Christmas day!! Thank you Godbless and don’t worry if you can’t ,,, Cheerio xx


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