Nectarine & Watermelon Ice Blocks

Nectarine & watermelon ice blocks |

I’ve actually been having a pretty tough day skin-wise. It’s been irritating me all day. I think I may be taking issue with bananas. Oh no! Or…it might just be my hormone levels at this time of my cycle. Anyway, I decided I needed a bit of a treat, so I pulled out one of my nectarine and watermelon ice blocks and had a little indulge-sesh.

I always have my cravings for ice creams, ice blocks and just all around sweet stuff! With the diet, I need to get creative. Then again, how creative can ice blocks get? Well, I tried! Instead of using regular ol’ water or sparkling water, I used some sparkling honey water! YUP! I wasn’t so sure when I smelt the bottle, but then I took a swig because The Mr. insisted it tasted incredible. Well, don’t tell him, but he was right!

Nectarine & watermelon ice blocks |

Fascinating! Chopping up fruit! I usually take some “before” photos of what everything looks like, but this is more of a “during” photo because I forgot about them! I was too eager to make and get these in the fridge!

Nectarine & watermelon ice blocks |

After you chop up all your fruit into little pieces pop them into moulds. I alternated between the watermelon and nectarine pieces. I also actually used slightly under-ripe nectarine to give the ice block a little tartness to it, so it wouldn’t be too sweet. And that’s the delicious honey sparkling water I used!

Nectarine & watermelon ice blocks |

And that’s what she looks like! Ooooooohh she was tasty with the extra honey!

Not really sure why you would need a recipe for this, but here you go!

Nectarine & watermelon ice blocks
Prep time
Cook time
Total time
  • 1 cup diced Watermelon
  • 1 diced nectarine
  • fresco sparkling honey
  1. Cut up the watermelon and nectarine into small pieces
  2. Add them to the moulds alternating between watermelon and nectarine
  3. Fill with sparkling honey
  4. Place in freezer to set for at least 2 hours

Leave a Reply

%d bloggers like this: