The 25 Best Boozy Popsicles

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On a hot summer day, what could be better than an adult popsicle? After making some wine popsicles and beer popsicles, I got semi-obsessed with cocktail popsicles. I did a ton of searching around and put together the best boozy popsicles for you to enjoy. We’ve got ones made with rum, tequila, gin, vodka, wine, AND beer. Clearly, it’s time for a pool party!

Rum popsicles:

Classic Mojito Popsicles * Coconut Rum Popsicles

Tropical Strawberry Daiquiri * Watermelon Mojito Popsicles

Tequila popsicles:

Avocado Tequila Lime Popsicles * Blood Orange Margarita Popsicles

Mango Tequila Popsicles * Watermelon Mint Tequila Popsicles

Gin popsicles:

Basil, Lime, & Gin Popsicles * Blackberry Bramble Popsicles

Gin Cucumber Lime Popsicles * Gin and Tonic Popsicles * Salty Dog Popsicles

Vodka popsicles:

Bloody Mary Popsicles * Blueberry Basil Martini Popsicles

Strawberry & Peach Vodka Collins Popsicles * White Russian and Black Russian Popsicles

Wine popsicles:

Peach Bellini Popsicles * Pomegranate Merlot Popsicles

Red Wine Fudgesicles * White Sangria Popsicles


Beer popsicles:

Corona Popsicles * Lemon Pale Ale Popsicles

Stout Float Popsicles * Watermelon Beer Popsicles

8 Responses to “The 25 Best Boozy Popsicles”
  1. Corinne writes:

    do you have one for Captain Morgans Rum? Myers rum?

  2. Stephanie Nuccitelli writes:

    Corinne – the coconut rum popsicles listed in the rum section use spiced rum.

  3. Megan writes:


  4. Stephanie Nuccitelli writes:

    Megan, my thoughts exactly! :)

  5. Dorothy @ Crazy for Crust writes:

    I’m so into a boozy popsicle. The best kind!

  6. Barbara | Creative Culinary writes:

    Thanks so much for including my boozy popsicle. Now I need to make a BUNCH more!
    Barbara | Creative Culinary recently posted Summer Solstice Collins

  7. Linda writes:

    Hi Do you know if we could make frozen pops with Smirnoff Ice or Mikes Hard Lemonade…

    Thank you

  8. Stephanie Saunders writes:

    Hi Linda, I’ve never tried using either of those in a popsicle. Depending on the alcohol content, you will probably need to mix with another liquid (like juice) so it will freeze.

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