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Ingredients

  • Ice cube tray (or your favorite ice pop molds)
  • Toothpicks or Popsicle sticks
  • I bottle Peach Nectarine Sparkling ICE
  • 1 container fresh raspberries or blueberries, chopped

Directions

Fill your trays or molds with Peach Nectarine Sparkling ICE, topping each with a scoop of chopped raspberries or blueberries. If using ice cube trays, cover tray tightly with tin foil. Poke a Popsicle stick through the foil into each cube. If using an ice pop maker, place the handle sticks into the molds. Place in the freezer for about 2 hours or until frozen. Please note that this recipe works with any of flavor of Sparkling ICE flavors and fresh fruit. Enjoy!


10 Fun, Boozy Ice Pop Recipes for Adults

Ice pops are a great summer indulgence and, for adults, boozy popsicles (or poptails) are even better! These frozen little treats are spiked with alcohol and bring a childhood favorite into the cocktail-loving world.

There are many recipes for you to browse, mix, freeze, and share at a party or keep to yourself (we won't tell). From sweet, creamy popsicles to icy renditions of favorite cocktails, they are almost too much fun and can serve as inspiration for creating your own custom ice pops.


Ice lolly recipes

Perfect for a summer day, these fruity, creamy, easy ice lolly recipes are sure to be a hit.

Raspberry tea ice lollies

Look for raspberry tea bags with hibiscus to make these lollies as they bring a light floral flavour. A tasty low-fat, low-calorie, vegan treat for summer

Gin & tonic ice lollies

For a twist on gin & tonic, try these alcoholic ice lollies as a boozy grown-up treat for hot summer days. They'll keep in the freezer for up to two months

Rainbow fruit lollies

Pack in the fruit with these fun rainbow lollies, made with mango, banana, kiwi and berries. If you want a more vivid colour, add food colouring to the fruity mixes


Low Calorie Cocktail Recipes from Sparkling Ice

In a large punch bowl, combine the blood oranges, lemons, cucumbers, strawberries, and half of the mint. Pour in the Pimm’s, gin, and Sparkling Ice Strawberry Lemonade, stir until combined.

Fill glasses with ice and ladle in the punch, garnish with the remaining mint and serve.

Tropical Flower Punch

INGREDIENTS

2 cups Sparkling Ice Coconut Pineapple

Edible flowers, for garnish

In a large punch bowl, combine the coconut rum, mango juice, grenadine, Sparkling Ice Coconut Pineapple and stir. Fill glasses with ice and ladle in the punch, garnish with edible flowers serve.

Citrus Punch

INGREDIENTS

2 bottles Sparkling Ice Orange Mango

1 tablespoon ground nutmeg

Pour the vodka, lime juice, pineapple juice, Sparkling Ice Orange Mango, and nutmeg in a large punch bowl. Toss in orange, blood orange, lemon slices and stir. Fill glasses with a ladle, garnish with fresh pineapple.

Soaked Watermelon Slice Popsicles

INGREDIENTS

½ cup Sparkling Ice Strawberry Watermelon

Stir together tequila, Sparkling Ice Strawberry Watermelon, and lime juice in a large bowl. Cut watermelon into wedges and soak in Sparkling Ice mixture for 15 minutes. Insert popsicle sticks into wedges then freeze on a rack-lined baking sheet for 1 hour.

Raspberry Peach Pops

INGREDIENTS

½ bottle Sparkling Ice Grape Raspberry

½ bottle Sparkling Ice Peach Nectarine

To make the raspberry layer, purée raspberries, Prosecco, Sparkling Ice Grape Raspberry, and sugar in a blender until very smooth. Fill each popsicle mold ½ full with raspberry mixture. Freeze while you make the peach purée.

To make the peach layer, purée peaches, Prosecco, Sparkling Ice Peach Nectarine, and sugar in a blender until very smooth. Pour peach mixture over raspberry mixture to fill molds. Freeze until firm, at least 2 hours.

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Black Cherry Sparkling Ice Pops

When an unbearably hot summer day is even more humid and hazy, we feel especially lazy and crazy and just want to stay indoors, blast the air conditioner and cool off with a frozen treat such as cherry popsicles. They aren’t as heavy like cherry ice cream but they are simply light frozen juice on a stick.

We dragged our lazy bums to the kitchen to make something minimal in observance of today’s food holiday with a cheap, plastic popsicle mold from the dollar store and a single bottle of fizzy black cherry-flavored beverage (we used Sparkling Ice brand because it literally sounded cool). Black Cherry Sparkling Ice Pops were nearly an effortless treat to make and post on our blog for National Cherry Popsicle Day.

  • 1 bottle of cherry flavored juice/beverage (sugar powder mix, bottled concentrate or flavored vitamin water)

In a plastic popsicle mold, pour the cherry juice/beverage into the wells, leaving about half an inch from the top. Close the mold with the popsicle stick covers. Freeze for several hours until firm. Unmold. Enjoy frozen.


Sparkling Ice Popsicles

I know it’s cold out so why post a popsicle recipe? My kids are always looking for something after school or after dance, basketball so I made these (even though it was freezing out). They love Sparkling ICE which is a naturally flavored slightly sparkling water that is zero calories, gluten-free, sugar-free and Kosher. It also contains fruit juice, vitamins and healthy antioxidants. You’ll love these Sparkling Ice Popsicles as much as the kids.

Ice Cube Tray (or your favorite ice pop making molds)
Popsicle sticks
I bottle of Sparkling ICE
1 container of fresh raspberries or blueberries, chopped

1. Fill your trays or molds with Sparkling ICE, topping each with a scoop of chopped raspberries or blueberries. If using ice cube trays cover tray tightly with tin foil. Poke a Popsicle stick through the foil into each cube. If using an ice pop maker place the handle sticks into the molds.

2. Place in the freezer for about 2 hours or until frozen. Please note that this recipe works with any of flavor of Sparkling ICE flavors and fresh fruit.


Kiwi Strawberry & Coconut Sparkling Ice Cocktails

  • 3 oz Malibu Coconut Rum
  • 3 oz of Kiwi Strawberry Sparkling Ice
  • Crushed Ice
  • Garnish with a Coconut Rum Soaked Strawberry

This drink is so good and I used to live off of these during the summer. I still remember one summer hanging out at an Airbnb with a pool and drinking nothing but this Kiwi Strawberry & Coconut Sparkling Ice Cocktail. Take this drink to the next level by adding more fruit flavor. Drop a spoon full of strawberry puree to the bottom of each glass and this drink becomes Ahhhhmazing!


Black Cherry Sparkling Ice Pops

When an unbearably hot summer day is even more humid and hazy, we feel especially lazy and crazy and just want to stay indoors, blast the air conditioner and cool off with a frozen treat such as cherry popsicles. They aren’t as heavy like cherry ice cream but they are simply light frozen juice on a stick.

We dragged our lazy bums to the kitchen to make something minimal in observance of today’s food holiday with a cheap, plastic popsicle mold from the dollar store and a single bottle of fizzy black cherry-flavored beverage (we used Sparkling Ice brand because it literally sounded cool). Black Cherry Sparkling Ice Pops were nearly an effortless treat to make and post on our blog for National Cherry Popsicle Day.

  • 1 bottle of cherry flavored juice/beverage (sugar powder mix, bottled concentrate or flavored vitamin water)

In a plastic popsicle mold, pour the cherry juice/beverage into the wells, leaving about half an inch from the top. Close the mold with the popsicle stick covers. Freeze for several hours until firm. Unmold. Enjoy frozen.


Natty Light Now Comes as an 8% ABV Ice Pop

The frozen treats come in the brand's two Naturdays flavors: Strawberry Lemonade and Pineapple Lemonade.

This is not your father&aposs Natty Light (which, admittedly, is the Natural Light I grew up drinking). When Anheuser-Busch launched the brand back in 1977, it tasted like beer. And for generations, even Natty&aposs spinoffs—like Natty Ice—tasted like beer. But recently, Natural Light has adopted a new identity. In 2019, the brand introduced a strawberry lemonade version called Naturdays. The fruity alternative proved popular, and Natural Light has since moved further in that direction: releasing a second Naturdays flavor, pineapple lemonade a line of Natural Light hard seltzers and a couple of boozy, 8-percent ABV Natty Daddy Lemonades.

But today, Natural Light has announced what may be the brand&aposs biggest shift away from traditional beer: Naturdays Frozen Icicles, 8-percent ABV ice pops sold in Naturdays&apos signature varieties.

Natural Light says these alcoholic frozen treats will be hitting shelves nationwide this month, sold in 12-pop variety packs featuring a mix of Naturdays Strawberry Lemonade and Pineapple Lemonade beer flavors. A spokesperson for the brand told me that the pops are made with a flavored malt beverage base and will not be sold frozen: Customers will have to toss them in the freezer beforehand. Also worth noting, though the 8-percent ABV of the Icicles is significantly stronger than the beers themselves (liquid Naturdays are only 4.2-percent ABV), each ice pop is only two fluid ounces, meaning each pop is only the alcohol equivalent of about a third of a beer.

Daniel Blake, vice president of U.S. value brands at Anheuser-Busch, called these new ice pops "one of the most unique Natty innovations to date." He added via email, "We&aposve seen that our consumer&aposs drinking preferences are evolving, and they are looking for more variety and fun flavors to fit their different drinking occasions. With this in mind and as we approach summer, Naturdays Frozen Icicles will be the perfect, refreshing treat for those warm weather activities, and will also help introduce new drinkers to the broader Natural Light flavor portfolio."

In fact, this target market for Naturdays Frozen Icicles is written right on the packaging. "For those who like strawberry [or pineapple] lemonade and drinking beer and frozen icicles," each individual pop touts. And when you put it that way, the concept does suddenly sound a bit more awesome than simply, "Hey, we turned Natural Light into an ice pop!"

Speaking of which, to better promote the new product, Natural Light is also bringing back its paid intern program, looking for someone "to help launch new Naturdays Frozen Icicles and run a traveling lemonade shack." This Natty Lemonade Shack is set to start popping up at to-be-determined drinking destinations in June. But first, Natural Light has to pick its intern—which despite the name, is slated to make $40 per hour plus up to $25,000 in bonuses, according to the brand. Applications are only being accepted on social media: Interested candidates need to post a "sell us a Naturdays" 30-second sales pitch video using #NattyIntern and #Contest by May 2, 2021.


Sparkling ICE Pops - Recipes

My kids have been playing soccer after school these days and when they come inside all sweaty and tired, they now grab a Sparkling Ice fruity ice pop for a perfectly refreshing treat.

You can mix & match fresh fruit, herbs and any of the sixteen flavors of Sparkling Ice. Here are just a handful of our favorite concoctions.

Sparkling Ice Orange Mango mixed with fresh orange and mango

Sparkling Ice Orange Mango mixed with fresh raspberries

Sparkling Ice Orange Mango mixed with fresh orange and lime

Sparkling Ice Cherry Limeade mixed with fresh lime

Sparkling Ice Black Raspberry mixed with fresh raspberries

The pairing possibilities are literally endless!

Meanwhile. I also love these frozen treats and toyed with the idea of using them to chill and heighten the flavor of a glass of prosecco out on the deck just before sunset. Genius, right?! It worked like a charm.

The pops would also make a fun mocktail, just add one into a glass of your favorite flavored Sparkling Ice. What a fantastic way to wind down!


Watch the video: Funkelnde Augen (December 2022).