FROSÉ POPSICLES - THE EASIEST SUMMER TREAT

 

Recently I have been trying to think of easy treats to throw together to enjoy on a hot night. It wasn't until yesterday, after my mom and I raked together about 20 bags of yard debris at our cabin (girl power!) that a chilled glass of wine sounded AMAZING - but I wanted something different...which is when I thought of Frosé popsicles. They are so simple and can truly have any variation you want - the only must is a good bottle of rosé. I hope you all enjoy these as much as I currently am! 

PS: the variation that is my favorite is the Rosé Faux lemonade with berries. 

 

Supplies: 

  • 5 oz dixie cups 
  • popsicle sticks
  • Tape (I used masking tape) 
  • Rosé 
  • Berries (optional) 
  • Lemons (optional) 
  • Sugar (optional) 

Directions

Original

  • Set out dixie cups 
  • Pour rosé of choice into each cup (I left about 1/4 inch room from the top to avoid spilling) 
  • Take the masking tape and create a "cage" (see photo below) and then stick a popsicle stick in the middle of the cage so that it stays in place 
  • Freeze overnight 
 {Rosé}

{Rosé}

Original+Berries

  • Set out dixie cups 
  • Wash and put berries into dixie cups 
  • Pour rosé of choice into each cup (I left about 1/4 inch room from the top to avoid spilling) 
  • Take the masking tape and create a "cage" (see photo below) and then stick a popsicle stick in the middle of the cage so that it stays in place 
  • Freeze overnight 
 {Rosé with Berries} 

{Rosé with Berries} 

Lemon-Rosé

  • Squeeze lemons (number depends on how many popsicles you want to make but for reference I used the juice from 1 lemon per dixie cup popsicle) into a medium sized bowl. 
  • Add simple syrup to taste (I used about a half cup of water and a tablespoon of sugar for my four lemon-rosé popsicles) 
  • Add rosé to the lemon mixture to taste 
  • Set out dixie cups 
  • Pour mixture into each cup (I left about 1/4 inch room from the top to avoid spilling) 
  • Take the masking tape and create a "cage" (see photo below) and then stick a popsicle stick in the middle of the cage so that it stays in place 
  • Freeze overnight 

Lemon-Rosé+Berries

  • Squeeze lemons (number depends on how many popsicles you want to make but for reference I used the juice from 1 lemon per dixie cup popsicle) into a medium sized bowl. 
  • Add simple syrup to taste (I used about a half cup of water and a tablespoon of sugar for my four lemon-rosé popsicles) 
  • Add rosé to the lemon mixture to taste 
  • Set out dixie cups 
  • Wash and put berries into dixie cups
  • Pour mixture into each cup (I left about 1/4 inch room from the top to avoid spilling) 
  • Take the masking tape and create a "cage" (see photo below) and then stick a popsicle stick in the middle of the cage so that it stays in place 
  • Freeze overnight 

Don't want to make your own? Rosé Season has some for sale here 

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