10 Boozy Popsicles To Make Your Summer Even Cooler

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STRAWBERRY MARGARITA
You haven’t had a frozen margarita until you’ve tried, well, an actual frozen margarita. Sprinkle salt on the finished pops for a deliciously festive treat.
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FRENCH 75
This frosty twist on the classic champagne cocktail will up the fancy factor at your next barbecue.
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MIMOSA
It’s universally acceptable to enjoy a mimosa before noon – so feel free to serve these bright, juicy pops at an al fresco summer brunch.
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PAPAYA BREEZE
A mere two ingredients (and a few hours of freezer time) stand between you and these bright, tangy pops.
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WATERMELON MOJITO
With three cups of watermelon and fresh mint, this tropical treat on a stick counts as healthy, right?
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BELLINI
Prosecco, peaches, and delicate violets produce the prettiest pops. Forgo the flower arrangement at a bridal shower brunch and make these the centerpiece instead.
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CUCUMBER GINGER GIN
When temps soar this summer, turn to the insanely refreshing combination of cucumber, fresh lime, and ginger to cool you down. We plan to fill our freezer with these, just to be prepared.
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RASPBERRY & LIME SANGRIA
Heating the raspberries and sugar on the stovetop helps combine the two ingredients quickly. And the faster we get them in the freezer, the faster we’re savoring – and Instagramming – these beautiful pops.
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WHITE RUSSIAN
In the grown-up version of a childhood favorite, creamy pudding pops gets an upgrade in the form of a little Bailey’s and Kahlua.
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PIÑA COLADA
What conjures an island paradise quicker than a piña colada? The answer is nothing. Pair this pop with a lounge chair and beach read for maximum effect.
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