Here’s a refreshing dessert that you can try when you want to cool things off. These strawberry peach vodka popsicles are sweet and citrusy, perfect for hot summer days or a vacation at the beach. These frozen alcohol popsicles have the fruity combination of strawberry and peach mixed with vodka, for a crowd-pleasing treat. With just a few ingredients, you can make these ice pops any time of the day. If you want a cocktail version of this fruit combo, make sure to try making strawberry peach sangria.
Tips on Making Strawberry Peach Vodka Popsicles
These ice pops are the perfect dessert if you have pool parties or just having a trip to the beach. Here are some tips to make these fruity alcohol popsicles extra enjoyable:
- Feel free to make these strawberry vodka popsicles non-alcoholic. Children can be very persistent and might want to insist on trying out these popsicles. If that’s the case, simply omit the vodka and tonic water to make this into regular popsicles. You can even modify it to better fit their taste by adding milk to make them creamier.
- Try switching up your fruit combo. Aside from strawberry and peach, you can also try other fruits and juices as flavor combinations like watermelon lemonade vodka, kiwi-berry vodka, pineapple-mango, and other fruits. Feel free to experiment!
- Make them ahead of time and freeze until you can serve them. It is always best to freeze your popsicles for a longer time. Keeping them in the fridge overnight is better because this will ensure that they will set perfectly.
- Do not fill the popsicle mold to the brim. Leaving enough empty space on top of the mold will allow the popsicle to expand properly. If you fill the molds fully, the content might overflow and affect the shape of your popsicles.
More Boozy Popsicles You’ll Enjoy
If you’re looking for more fun alcohol-infused ice popsicles you can try at home, then check out these recipes. These alcoholic popsicles are sure to bring the fun out of everyone!
- Strawberry Margarita Popsicles – Aside from tequila, these margarita popsicles also contain fresh orange and triple sec, an orange-flavored liqueur, that add more citrus flavor to these alcoholic pops.
- Mimosa Popsicles – If you prefer a milder alcohol-infused popsicle, then try this recipe. It has champagne in it that complements well with strawberry and orange juice.
- Kiwi Mojito Popsicles – These ice pops are as refreshing as a regular mojito cocktail, tinged with a fruity sweetness from the kiwi.
- Citrus Basil Mojito Pops – Here’s another mojito popsicle recipe that adults can enjoy. It has a citrusy and minty taste because of the combination of orange, lime, and basil.
How To Make Strawberry Peach Vodka Popsicles
These strawberry peach vodka popsicles would be the highlight of your pool parties. With the sweet and citrusy taste of the two-fruit combination, you will almost forget that you’re consuming booze.
Wash, peel, and pit peaches.
Place peaches in a blender or food processor and process until peaches are pureed.
Place water, sugar and peach puree in a pot and bring to a boil and continue to boil for 5 minutes.
Strawberry Peach Vodka Popsicles:
Mix strawberry puree with 2 ounces of vodka in a bowl.
Place 3 teaspoons of strawberry mixture in the bottom of a popsicle mold.
Stir together the peach syrup and tonic water. Add the remaining vodka and stir.
Pour peach and vodka mixture over strawberry mixture and stir to combine.
Freeze for about 2 hours. Insert popsicle sticks and let freeze overnight.
- Sugar: 43g
- Calcium: 8mg
- Calories: 237kcal
- Carbohydrates: 44g
- Fat: 1g
- Fiber: 1g
- Iron: 1mg
- Monounsaturated Fat: 1g
- Polyunsaturated Fat: 1g
- Potassium: 82mg
- Protein: 1g
- Saturated Fat: 1g
- Sodium: 3mg
- Vitamin A: 54IU
- Vitamin C: 21mg
Frequently Asked Questions
Will vodka freeze in a popsicle?
Freezing vodka ice pops can be very tricky at times because alcohol has a different freezing point compared to other liquids such as water and fruit juice. So following the right measurement is really the key to avoiding turning your popsicles into slush. The recommended ratio is 1½ ounces of alcohol for every cup of fruit juice or puree.
Can you get drunk off of a vodka popsicle?
Boozy popsicles differ on their alcohol level depending on the kind of alcoholic drink and the amount mixed into it. Ready-made vodka popsicles usually contain around 8 percent ABV (alcohol by volume). With this volume, yes, it’s possible for someone to get tipsy after consuming at least two of these adult popsicles. But it also depends on someone’s alcohol tolerance. Remember that even if these are popsicles, they still must be consumed in moderation.
ConclusionNow that you know how to make vodka popsicles, time to impress your friends and drinking buddies with these frozen treats. Fill your icebox with these strawberry peach vodka popsicles and beat that summer heat!
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