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White Claw Popsicles Recipe

Beat the Heat and Get a Buzz With These Refreshing White Claw Popsicles


Let's face it: White Claw is sort of the unofficial drink of summer. They're light, bubbly, crisp, and come in a bunch of different flavors, so what's not to love? Recently, however, I was inspired to get a little creative with my White Claw consumption. With the summer heat, I wanted something extra cold to enjoy, so naturally, a popsicle came to mind!

All you need for this recipe is a White Claw, a popsicle mold, some fresh raspberries, and optionally a little bit of simple syrup. Raspberries are my favorite fruit, so I based this particular recipe around using raspberry-flavored White Claw, but you can easily swap in a different one if you're more into black cherry, lime, or grapefruit.


White Claw Popsicles

Original Recipe by Julia Duda


I added about half a teaspoon of simple syrup to each popsicle, but the popsicles can easily go without if you enjoy a more tart flavor.

White Claw Popsicles Recipe


  1. 1 12-ounce can of White Claw, raspberry flavor
    1 cup raspberries
    1 tablespoon simple syrup (optional)


  • Measure one cup of fresh raspberries and rinse them thoroughly.
  • Gently smash raspberries with a spoon until they form a puree.
  • Fill your popsicle molds halfway with the raspberry puree.
  • Pour the raspberry White Claw evenly into the popsicle molds.
  • Optionally, stir in half a teaspoon of simple syrup into each popsicle.
  • Put in freezer for at least 4-6 hours or until completely frozen.

Image Source: POPSUGAR Photography / Julia Duda
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