Pinterest strikes yet again! Boozy popsicles are on the agenda.
This week we’re staying on the Rosé boat, and making the most of this summer. Read on for the recipe.
Combine St. Germain, simple syrup, half a bottle of Rosé and juice from half of the lemon.
Evenly distribute your fruit among the popsicle molds.
Poor your liquid mixture over the fruit, leaving 1/2 inch at the top.
Freeze for one hour, and then insert sticks.
Allow to freeze overnight and enjoy!
Here’s what you need:
½ of a bottle Rosé (I use Cote de Roses)
¼ cup simple syrup
2 tablespoons St. Germain
1 cup chopped fruit of your choice (I used raspberries and blueberries)
How to make it:
Mix your Rosé, simple syrup and St. Germain along with the juice of half a lemon. Slice the remaining half of the lemon and the entire lime into thin pieces. Evenly distribute all fruit between your popsicle molds. Pour liquid mixture over the fruit, leaving a half inch of room at the top. Allow to freeze for one hour, and then insert sticks. Allow to harden for at least 24 hours. When ready to eat, run under cold water to remove from the mold.
These were bright and refreshing just like Rosé. They are a little more slushy than non-boozy popsicles due to the alcohol content, but it was no problem.
When it comes to Rosé Sangria popsicles, the answer is Wine Not?