Easy Fitness Chocolate cereal, watermelon and yogurt recipe


Watermelon Popsicles

A fresh, fruity, FROZEN delight with an irresistible crunchy chocolate flake coating. Deliciously versatile for a hot weather cool down, irresistible dessert or simple tasty treat

Preparation Time
5 min
Cooking Time
0 min
Skill Level
Serving Size


60 g FITNESS® Chocolate
200 g Watermelon
1 tablespoon Lime Juice
180 g 0% Greek Yogurt
1 tablespoon Honey (or Agave Syrup)


  • Mix the watermelon with lime juice.
  • Mix the honey (or agave syrup) with the 0% Greek yogurt.
  • In popsicles molds, pour the 2 mixtures alternating one after the other to get a marble effect. If you wish to obtain well-separated layers, place the popsicle in the freezer for 30 minutes before adding the next layer.
  • Allow to freeze for minimum 4 hours.
  • Upon eating, dip the popsicles in FITNESS® Chocolate cereals slightly crushed. For a better grip, drizzle lightly the popsicles with a touch of honey.


Per serving

Typical Values


344.77 kJ/81.57 kcal


of which Saturates

0.85 g

0.44 g


of which Sugars

14.52 g

9.05 g


0.65 g


4.09 g


11.83 mg

Vitamins & Minerals



1.44 mg


91.87 mg

Vitamin B6

0.18 mg

Vitamin B2

0.22 mg

Vitamin B3

1.56 mg

Vitamin B9

17.63 µg

Vitamin PP/B5

0.69 mg

sodium content is equivalent to: salt ÷ 2,5

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