Naturally, I found this recipe on Pinterest. What better place for a simple, crafty, delicious Spa Pop than Pinterest? In your tummy. After a barbecue. On a blazing 95 degree midsummer day.Courtesy of Family Fresh Cooking, try this tasty combo of spa ingredients for a light, sweet, cold and refreshing summer popsicle treat! Not to be confused with Hiccupops.Lemonade Cucumber Spa Popsiclesmakes 3 cups of popsicle mixNOTES:These spa pops are a healthier & more cost efficient alternative to store bought pops. More eco too, no packaging to toss!As always, use your own taste buds to determine how sweet you want your ice pops.INGREDIENTS1 cup julienned seedless Cucumber1 fresh squeezed Lemon, remove any seeds2 cups cold WaterNatural Sweetener added to taste: use your favorite, I use Stevia. Maple Syrup, Honey & Agave are good tooMETHODSlice lemon in half and squeeze it over a strainer into 2 cups of cold water. Sweeten lemon water to taste with your favorite sweetener. Fill popsicle molds 2/3 with lemonade. Freeze uncovered for about 1 hour. Take pops out of freezer. Scrape and stir any ice crystals that have formed. Add a spoonful of the julienned cucumber to the pop molds. Be sure to leave a tiny bit of room at the top of your popsicle mold so they don’t overflow when you add the stick. With a popsicle stick or a butter knife, press the cucumber into the mixture so it is evenly distributed. Add your popsicle sticks, freeze pops for another 3-4 hours until solid.