You may have seen mango on a stick dusted with chili and lime in Mexico or at street fairs and festivals. This popsicle recipe combines all that great flavor into a frozen treat. To make them spicy but not painfully so, try ancho chilies. Recipe and photo via Pineapple and Coconut.
If roses for Valentines Day seem too clique, surprise your sweetie with a rose petal popsicle. Grape juice, Prosecco (an Italian sparkling white wine) and rose water create a refreshing taste that’s not too sweet. To keep rose petals from floating to the top, freeze syrup in thirds and add the petals each time. These would also be great for wedding showers! Recipe and photo via Epicurious.
If you’re a fan of Starbucks creations like the Caramel Flan Frappucinno, here’s a new combination to try. This popsicle recipe combines coffee, cream and butterscotch sauce and then adds kick of bourbon. Try ordering that at the drive-thru! Recipe and photo via Endless Simmer.
If you over-indulged on New Year’s Eve, you may need some hair of the dog that bit you. This Mimosa Strawberry popsicle, made with champagne, orange juice and strawberries, will provide some gentle hang-over relief. Recipe and photo via Recipe 4 Living.
Could it be the frozen whipped cream that make these so drool worthy? Espresso, eggnog and milk make up the bottom two-thirds of these popsicles. Whipped cream flavored with sugar and nutmeg provides the perfect bottom layer. Recipe and photo via The Camera Cuisinier.
Why should kids have all the fun on Halloween? The Three Musketeers Popsicle has that perfect combination of candy and booze. Cream, chocolate, chocolate liqueur and Kahlua mix up into one tasty frozen cocktail on a stick. Recipe and photo via Endless Simmer.
Chocolate and stout may seem like an odd combo but the beer adds a richness to the chocolate. These popsicles are full of yummy rich things such as cream cheese, sour cream, whole milk and butter. Recipe and photo via The Beeroness.
Sometimes it’s just too hot outside for a cup of coffee. That’s when you need a frozen pick-me-up to keep you going. The ingredients for these Cappucino Popsicles are the same as the hot beverage with whipped cream used for the froth. Recipe via Just Baked By Me.
Yes, summer has passed but that doesn’t mean you have to give up your boozy popsicles. Food Republic has an excellent article here on how to make cocktails on a stick. They tapped Nathalie Jordi, one of the partners of Brooklyn’s People’s Pops, to share her secrets on ingredients and technique. People’s Pops also came up with this wild Blueberry and Moonshine combination. Recipe and photo via Food Republic.
If you haven’t tried any popsicles this summer, you still have time. This bold popsicle recipe will end the season with a bang. The top coconut calada layer has yogurt, coconut milk and dark rum. The Mai Tai layer has mango, lime juice and sugar–plus two types of rum and two types of liqueur. Recipe and image via Betty Crocker.