It wouldn’t be summer without popsicles and here’s a twist on the summer standard – popsicles with alcohol! It’s fun in the sun, party perfect, and totally delicious.
Here are 27 different recipes that are twists on classic cocktails and brand new cocktails too. There are cocktail popsicles with gin, vodka, rum, wine, champagne, bourbon, sake and more!
They including exciting flavors and some even have chocolate and white chocolate dipped coating! So read on to make your own popsicles with alcohol.
What I love about this recipe from Broma Bakery is that the mint is simmered with sugar and water to make an vibrant and flavorful mint simple syrup! Gimme!
Swoon! Coconut Rum and Pineapple is such a delicious summery drink but I can’t get over the shape of these popsicles. Isn’t this the perfect popsicle mold for this recipe?
Who doesn’t love St. Germaine or any elderflower liqueur! It is just heavenly. And the color of these flowers make these popsicles with alcohol truly magnificent.
What a sweet treat! Everyday Annie created a recipe with white wine, peaches, and a hint of peach schnapps for a treat that’s as delicious as it is adorable.
You had me a chocolate dipped! The little drizzle of coconut topping the chocolate just sends this over the edge. What a gorgeous popsicle recipe from The Beach House Kitchen blog.
I love getting to include a blogger from my home town on this list! It’s not just this cocktail recipe by Elle Talk that is stellar, you should check out so many more that you are going to fall in love with like these Game of Thrones Popsicles.
Boulder Locavore is another long term blogger pal that I am so glad to include! What I love about this recipe is the in depth detail on how to blend the ingredients. As you know, alcohol doesn’t freeze so it’s important to mix your ingredients in the correct quantities to ensure that it freezes.
The Little Epicurean was inspired by a by a Ricotta and Fig Popsicle recipe for this gorgeous treat. For this recipe, whiskey is added and the ricotta is replaced with marscapone! It’s extraordinary.
I’m in cold brew coffee, Kahlua, and White Chocolate heaven! Best of all the white chocolate coating is actually a magic shell – recipe included!
These horchata popsicles are so special because they include homemade horchata! You can even leave the rum out if you want something less boozy.
It’s not just the wine that makes these fabulous, this recipe also include balsamic vinegar for just a little fruity and a little savory palette of flavors.
We’ve seen coconut rum included in these poptails, but here’s our first actual coconut flavored popsicle! And best of all, this recipe coconut milk, toasted coconut, and coconut oil for a layered coconut flavor!
How gorgeous are the colors of this popsicle? It combines peaches, raspberries, and moscato with a lovely stripe of color.
Pretty in pink! These freezer pops combine gin, rosé, and lemonade and are lovely enough for a gals celebration!
Viola! Another freezer pop – but this one is a Kahlua and coffee blend that also includes milk and chocolate syrup. Don’t you want your own zipper freezer pop pouches to make your own?
Aperol is a classic Italian bitter apéritif that has savory flavors in this unique drink. An aperol spritz is such a lovely way to drink it and this popsicle will give you all the classic cocktail vibes with a summery twist!
This is the most perfect, simple, straightforward gin and tonic popsicle recipe. One of my favorite classic cocktails! And this lime wedge gives it the little dose of cute that it deserves!
These champagne popsicles are filled with apple, raspberry and pomegranate arils too! They are bright, vibrant and show that Bakers Royale really knows how to craft a perfect popsicle with alcohol.
But what kind of chile did you use?!? That’s what I want to know about this recipe. This is likely a blend of ancho chiles but I think cascabel chile powder would be lovely too.
Sour worms! Need I say more? These popsicles are made with lemon lime soda, pink lemonade, and vodka! It’s just that simple.
I’m obsessed with the gorgeous stripes in this Greyhound Cocktail Popsicle recipe. They are layers of orange and grapefruit both filled with vodka.
Paper n Stitch blog created a gorgeous popsicle with champagne, grapefruit and gorgeous flowers. It’s their take on a New Year’s Eve treat!
You had me at vanilla bean. Yum! This popsicle uses coconut cream and pineapple for a tropical treat.
Bellini Popsicles with Edible Flowers
Have we gone edible flower crazy? This beautiful cocktail popsicle is a Bellini that uses fresh peaches and peach bitters, not Schnapps.
I do declare! If you love a derby party vibe, these are the perfect popsicles with alcohol! These Mint Julep Popsicles use bourbon a fresh change from so many run and champagne popsicles that we’ve included.
This is the second recipe from Baker’s Royale that we’ve included and the first recipe with sake! Adding lychee will give you an otherworldly flavor that sounds like so much fun.
A Pimms Cup sure does say summer to me! That’s why making it into a cocktail is such a great idea. It includes cucumber, strawberry, mint, and lime!
Did you fall in love with any of these popsicles with alcohol? Which ones are you going to make? Tell us in the comments!
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