Last summer, the boozy popsicles at The Butcher’s Daughter became a bit of a problem for me. So yummy, refreshing… and boozy! I set out to make my own at home and they just never came out as well as I would have liked to. I stuck to fresh fruit (serving them in hard lemonade!) and gave up on the idea of a boozy popsicle until more recently, when I received a press mailing about “Winesicles.” Brilliant.
So… how to make winesicles! Just pop some sparkling wine, strawberries (and edible flowers if you are feeling fancy) into your popsicle mold… freeze, and enjoy! The only tip or trick I have here is to slice the strawberries up super thin… they’ll freeze better and look prettier.
(I really need some cuter popsicle molds but that’s another story for another day – if you have any good – more chic – recommendations, let me know in the comments!)
I need to make these!
Hi! Those monogram coasters are awesome, where are they from, if you don’t mind me asking?
Hi Katie, of course! They are from BaubleBar… right here: http://bit.ly/28Rh5KF xx
these look so refreshing and perfect!
What a fun idea!!!
What a great idea! Now I’m on the hunt for popsicle molds!
Erin, Attention to Darling
Can’t wait to try these! And those monogram coasters are everything!!
j.crew, specifically crewcuts, has some cute ice pop molds by Sunnylife.
now i can stop talking about buying them to make wine pops and actually do it 🙂