Elderflower and Rosé Spritz Pops Recipe
Now You Can Make Your Own Boozy Push Pops, and We Have No Chill
Boozy Otter-like Pops are the "drink" to slurp on this Summer. While it's hard to come by store-bought versions, you can make them at home using this recipe from The Poptail Manual by Kathy Kordalis ($10) so long as you have your own set of Sunnylife Ice Pop Molds ($19). With only a few ingredients and a few hours time, you can pop these in the freezer and dive in to frozen splendor.
I halved this recipe and still had a little liquid left over (to sip on), but after trying these pops out, I'm convinced I need to buy another package of those silicone molds so my freezer stays stocked. I also diced the strawberries instead of slicing them, so they would fit snugly into the mold. These pops taste like sweet flowers with only a hint of alcohol in the finish. They do melt pretty quickly — but I didn't mind finishing off the pop in slushy form. Seconds, please!
Elderflower and Rosé Spritz Pops
From The Poptail Manual by Kathy Kordalis
Gentle, elegant, floral and sparkly.
- 100 milliliters (3 1/2 fluid ounces) elderflower liqueur
150 milliliters (5 fluid ounces) rosé
60 milliliters (2 fluid ounces) light agave syrup
250 milliliters (8 1/2 fluid ounces) sparkling mineral water
8 strawberries, hulled and sliced in 3
8 popsicle molds & sticks
- Mix the elderflower liqueur, rosé, agave syrup, and water in a jug. Pour into the popsicle molds. Slide 3 strawberry slices into each mold. Place the lid on the tray, and slide the popsicle sticks into the lid slots. Freeze for 12–14 hours, until solid.
- Drinks, Summertime
- North American
- 8 servings