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Vodka Ice Pops: What Are They?

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Wondering what vodka ice pops are? Ice pops are not that hard to crack. Without beating around the bush, let’s know what all this hype about vodka ice pops is and what exactly are they.

Ice pops are known by different names in different countries. Some call it popsicles, ice candy, lolly; others call it pop stick, icy stick, and so on. There are a variety of versions of calling a stick ice cream or ice pops.

Wasn’t it easy to crack? Thus, vodka ice pops are vodka flavored popsicles to add an extra vibe to them. Many popsicle companies are experimenting with this new ice pops variety that contains vodka.

How Alcoholic Are Vodka Ice Pops?

Most vodka ice pops mention their vodka cocktails ice pops have 8% ALC/VOL. Nearly all vodka ice pop contains 8% vodka content in them, which is approximately equal to half the vodka shot per pop. 

So, make sure you don’t end up eating too much in one go. 

Vodka Ice Pops Recipes

An important thing to know is, you don’t necessarily have to buy a vodka ice pop from a grocery shop like any other ordinary freezie you find. Even bars and restaurants have different vodka flavored ice pops. So, you can now satisfy your booze from eating vodka instead of drinking vodka. 

Vodka is easy to mix-in-all drink, and thus, making vodka ice pops is a lot easier. You can always experiment with taste and make your own versions. Making popsicles is not so tough these days with the pop molds available everywhere. To help you out, here are some of the vodka ice popsicles recipe you can try on your own before this summer gets over. These are the famous ones that everyone keeps talking about. 

Sangria Popsicles 

Sangria is popularly a summer drink that includes a mixture of many fruits like kiwi, strawberries, blueberries, blackberries, or any fruit you want to make. A frozen form of these drinks tastes even better. To top it all, adding a bit of vodka to it turns it into a tasty vodka ice pop. 

Nothing can go wrong while making popsicles if you keep tasting your mixture before you fill them in the popsicle mold. 

For Sangria popsicles, you will need:

  • 1 cup chopped fruits of your liking,
  • 1 to 3/4th cup of red wine, 
  • Sweetener of your choice, 
  • other special additions like heavy cream or orange juice as you lie. 

Puree the chopped fruits and strain them to get fluids of them, or you can choose to add them as they are. Mix all the other ingredients along with the fruits puree. Transfer the mixture to the molds and freeze it at the lowest temperature of your refrigerator as vodka makes it difficult to freeze. 

Watermelon Margarita Ice Pop

Watermelon with tequila and citrus juice is a combination to look out for. Moreover, watermelon juice is the easiest to make. Let’s just give it a quick twist to make it taste better for adults. 

For watermelon Margarita ice pop, you will need

  • 2 cup watermelon juice
  • Sweetener or syrup of your liking
  • ½ cup citrus juice
  • 1/3rd tequila of your choice

Mix the above ingredients together to make a mixture. Taste it and balance the taste accordingly. Pour the mixture in your popsicle mold and freeze it overnight or for at least 5 to 6 hours. 

Kiwi Martini Ice Pop

Turning a vodka cocktail into an ice pop is the easiest. Not in a mood to drink it all, just freeze is and have fun with the iced cold vodka pop later. This is the most steady fast ice pop you can make. 

For kiwi martini ice pop, all you need is

  • Muddled slices of kiwi
  • Citrus vodka or vodka
  • Sweetener or syrup of your choice

Just mix the three ingredients together to get a balanced taste of your liking. Pour the mixture in the molds and freeze it. That’s it, wasn’t that too quick and easy. 

Lemon Cream Drop Ice Pop

This one will taste like heaven if you are into citrus. The lemon drop martini is already the best cocktail you would every drink. Moreover, there goes nothing much to make it. This easy-to-mix drink can be your favorite go-to all drink. Here’s a twist to the lemon drop martini cocktail made here. 

For lemon cream drop ice pop, you need:

  • 1 cup lemon juice
  • 1/3rd cup of vodka
  • 1 cup vanilla ice cream
  • Syrup of your choice

Just mix all the ingredients together. This will be a good thick creamy mixture. Put the same in the molds and wait for the treat to come alive. 

Pristine Ice Pop

The best was kept for the end! How can a vodka ice pop list be complete without the so famous Pristine Vodka? Pristine ice pop is easy to make, and there is not one but different ways of making it. 

You can make use of strawberry juice, orange juice, lime juice, cranberry juice, or whatever you like. You can also use them to make colored pop ice of your choice. 

Just make a strawberry mixture and pour up to 1/3rd in your mold and let it freeze. Now, add the lime juice mixture and pour above the already frozen mixture and freeze it again. Repeat the same with a cranberry juice mixture. Don’t forget to add a few teaspoons of Pristine Vodka in between them. 

The resulting ice pop will be a good Pristine Vodka ice pop. 

So, this was all about vodka ice pops. Do you like them? And are you going to try them? Do share your views with us in the comments below!