DIY: 6 Boozy Popsicles You Need to Make
Summer is fast approaching and whether you’re lounging out at the pool in Palm Springs or hosting that pool party with your girlfriends, there’s always that question of “What should I make for the party?” days before the event. Kick aside the trip to the dollar store to grab those Lay’s chip and dips, and impress your friends with an even better snack: alcohol infused popsicles. Perfect for summer get-togethers and taking a quick refresh from the typical snacks, there’s something for everyone no matter their drink of choice.
Pina Colada Rum-Sicle
You can’t go wrong when you combine these two fruits: coconut and pineapple. Add a dash of rum and you’ve got the perfect popsicle. For something tropical and creamy, check out this crowd favorite.
Recipe: Pina Colada Popsicle
Vodka Gummy Bear Popsicles
We’re taking candy to a whole new level. Enter vodka soaked gummy bears in vibrant colors that’ll match with any summer themed party. We love this recipe that’s easy to do and requires only three ingredients.
Recipe: Vodka Gummy Bear Popsicles
Bellini Floral Popsicles
If you’re feeling a little fancy, bust out the champagne because we’ve got a treat for you. With infused peach puree and edible flowers, all of your friends will be impressed by this Insta-worthy (and delicious) recipe.
Horchata Rum Popsicles
Creamy and spice, and all that’s nice. Horchata is a popular drink in Mexico and found its way through to the west coast of California, boasting flavors from vanilla, sugar, cinnamon, and milk. Add some rum and you’ve got yourself a party!
Recipe: Horchata Rum Popsicle
Moscow Mule Popsicles
Moscow mule is always a crowd pleaser and will add a little zest to your palette. With three simple ingredients, serve it in a copper cup to impress your guests.
Recipe: Moscow Mule Popsicles
Tequila Sunrise Popsicles
A recipe that will take you straight to the pineapple farms in Hawaii, we love a good tequila sunrise. Pucker up because this pineapple based popsicle only involves three main ingredients. How easy is that?
Recipe: Tropical Tequila Sunrise