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10 Alcohol popsicle recipes. Learn how to make alcohol popsicles at home this Summer. A frozen cocktail and treat thats perfectly refreshing for Summer

10 Alcohol Popsicle Recipes

Who says popsicles and freeze pops just have to be for kids! Today I am sharing 10 adult alcoholic popsicles that you can make this Summer. Whether your lounging poolside or making these frozen cocktails for a BBQ they are definitely made to impress.

I am a firm believer that you can make just about any cocktail into a popsicle from margaritas, negroni, tequila sunrise and even frose!

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How to make alcohol popsicles

There are two different types of cocktail popsicles you can make. One more of a traditional popsicle that uses a reusable silicone Popsicle mold. The second being a freeze pop. That you can make in these freeze pop bags.

The best success I have had when making popsicles is using a combination of juice, sliced or muddled fresh fruit and hard alcohol or wine. If you were to use all alcohol or wine they popsicles would not completely freeze but combining it with another liquid like juice helps it freeze and solidify. 

Where to buy frozen alcohol popsicles

Don’t feel like making alcohol popsicles but still want to enjoy them? You can buy frozen adult push pops at Costco from the brand Skinny Freezer. There are a ton of flavors too. Recently Budweiser who owns Lime-a-rita has come out with a new frozen treat called a Freeze-a-rita. Call your local liquor store to see if they have them. My local liquor store even has wine ice cream!

Looking for other summer cocktails? Try this watermelon margarita, pina colada shot or a loaded corona

Alcohol Popsicle Recipes

10 Alcohol popsicle recipes that are easy frozen cocktails for any Summer day. Impress your guests with a frozen alcoholic treat at your cookout this Summer.

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Welcome to Weekend Craft. Life is busy so I am all about getting projects done on the weekend, whether it be crafts, DIY, home decor, or crafting with your Cricut.

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