Kids love popsicles on hot days, but why should kids get to have all the popsicle fun? Adults deserve a treat that lets them cool off, too. Plus, popsicles work as a snack or dessert, party favor, and decoration, all in one. You can freeze them in shapes and colors that fit a party theme, add fresh strawberries or other fruit like blueberries, kiwi, raspberries, and even personalize the popsicle sticks. With this yummy Pink Lemonade Moonshine popsicle recipe, you can also turn the pink lemonade popsicle into a unique summer cocktail.
How to Make Pink Lemonade Moonshine Popsicles
With the addition of moonshine, these pink popsicles are definitely frozen treats for adults. Serve them at a summertime brunch or a backyard barbecue happy hour, just make sure you mark them as being boozy popsicles not for the younger set. These are adult popsicles kids and they are not for you!
This pink popsicle is also the easiest summer treat you can make. There's almost no prep time (though you do have to wait for the popsicle to freeze, of course) and you only have to combine two ingredients. Simply mix pink lemonade and moonshine in equal parts and pour it into the popsicle molds of your choice. You can use already mixed pink lemonade or make it yourself, meaning you can go sugar-free or use your choice of sweetener.
Vegan and gluten-free, these fruit popsicles are way better to snack on than ice cream. It takes minutes to make these frosty ice pops and can be made with strawberry lemonade, watermelon lemonade, or raspberry lemonade.
Feeling creative? It doesn't have to stop there! There's a whole ton of alcoholic popsicles you can make for summer parties or just a hot summer day. Margarita popsicles are a great choice as well as pink lemonade vodka popsicles if you don't have any moonshine hanging around. It's a real cold treat to enjoy on a hot day.
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If you don't have ready-made popsicle molds, all you need are small paper cups and wooden popsicle sticks. One trick is to line the cups on a baking sheet, pour the liquid into the cups, then cover them with a sheet of plastic wrap pulled tight. Poke the sticks through the plastic wrap to help keep them upright while they freeze.