Cocktail Corner: Booze-Infused Popsicles

Posted on Aug 30 by Leslie Dinaberg

A spirited toast to all things alcoholic! By Leslie Dinaberg

With Labor Day weekend on the horizon, this seems like an ideal time to bring on the adult beverage version of one of my favorite summertime treats: the popsicle.

Not only are booze-infused popsicles delicious, they are just about the easiest cocktail—or simplest dessert—you can make.  A little  juice, a little alcohol (or a lot) and a paper cup … and you’re all set. Here are some of our favorite recipes to try out this weekend:

Sauvignon Blanc-Infused Yellow Peach and Vanilla Ice Pops: Bon Appetit indeed. We give two thumbs up to this yummy recipe from one of our favorite food mags.

Boozy Grapefruit, Basil and Vodka Popsicles: An entertaining video recipe from Jerry James Stone of “Cooking Stoned” (!).

Pimm’s Cup Popsicles: Tennis anyone? This recipe from the beautiful Shutterbean blog will certainly put you in the mood.

Mixed Berry Pinot Pops: This fruity recipe from Refinery29 is chock-full of antioxidant berries, as well as Pinot Noir!

Fennel-Pernod: Leave it to the New York Times to make popsicles sophisticated. This oh-so-refined recipe combines chopped fennel with Pernod or the anise liquor of your choice.

Can’t get enough of these frozen treats? Here’s a whole Pinterest page devoted to Yummy Booze Popsicles!


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