Sangria Rosé Popsicles

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With summer in full swing and temperatures on the rise, let’s cool down and celebrate with Sangria Rosé Popsicles! These popsicles are a delicious wine-based treat that are the perfect way to unwind and chill out on a hot summer day.

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

Sangria Rosé Popsicles:

I wanted to create a fun and delicious way to cool down on a hot summer day. When I was thinking about possible recipe ideas, the first thing that came to mind was a sangria-based popsicle. Sangria is one of my favorite summertime treats, so it could only get exponentially better when frozen on a stick, right?

 

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

Taking inspiration from the Sangria Rosé recipe I shared with you last year, I made a popsicle to match. This is what winning at life looks like: Sangria Rosé Popsicles!

Sidenote: If you need a sangria recipe, I have bunches of them here.

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

 

One of the things I love about popsicles is that you can use almost any liquid you love, add a stick, and freeze it, and you’ve got a popsicle. Making popsicles at home might seem complicated or out of reach, but it’s truly that simple.

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

How to Make Sangria Rosé Popsicles:

To make these Sangria Rosé Popsicles, just combine wine, limoncello, and juice.

I used Notorious Pink, a rosé from France because I’m in love with it. It’s so delicious on its own, so why not turn it into sangria. For my juice, I opted for a Strawberry Lime juice that I picked up at Trader Joe’s. You can use whatever you’d like. Even something as basic as orange juice would be great. Just pick a juice that complements the fruit you’ve chosen.

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

Add your fruit to the popsicle mold (I use and recommend this one.), pour in the sangria mixture, and add a stick. Freeze until solid. That’s it.

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

For the fruit, I suggest berries, peaches, and kiwi.

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

Because these popsicles contain alcohol, they don’t freeze super hard and will melt more quickly than a typical popsicle. So, eat them right after you get them out of the freezer or serve them in a wine glass. Don’t they make for a beautiful presentation? I also think it could be kind of fun to serve them in a glass of wine.

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

And that’s it, friends. Cheers to Popsicle Week, and double cheers to summer!

Looking for more refreshing Sangria recipes? Try these:

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

 

Also, you should know that this recipe is part of  Popsicle Week! For five years, Billy, the blogger behind Wit and Vinegar has been hosting a fun series in which 100+ bloggers share their tasty frozen treats throughout the week. In the past, I’ve watched (and drooled) all week long, so this year I’m particularly excited to be participating. (After you’ve read this post, be sure to head over to Wit and Vinegar to check out all of the recipes here.)

I hope you’ll join in on the fun of Popsicle Week. If you need a recipe, head on over to Wit and Vinegar for 100+ options. Billy will be adding recipes throughout the week so check back often.

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

 

Sangria Rose Popsicles are the perfect boozy summer dessert treat. | Inspired by Charm

Sangria Rosé Popsicles:

Sangria Rosé Popsicles


Course: Dessert, Drinks
Cuisine: American
Keyword: Popsicles, rosé, sangria, summer
Servings: 10
Prep Time 20 mins
Chilling Time 6 hrs
Total Time 6 hrs 20 mins
These Sangria Rosé Popsicles are a delicious wine-based treat that are the perfect way to unwind and chill out on a hot summer day. 

Ingredients

  • 1 bottle (750 ml) rosé wine
  • 1 cup limoncello
  • 1 cup fruit juice - I used Strawberry Lime from Trader Joe's.
  • 1-2 cups fresh fruit

Instructions

  • In a pitcher or pan, combine the rosé, limoncello, and fruit juice to create the sangria.
  • Next, add 6 or 7 pieces of fruit to each compartment of your popsicle mold. Then fill each compartment with the sangria mixture. Add the popsicle sticks and freeze until firm. (If your mold has 10 compartments, you will have a bit of sangria left. Enjoy it in a glass or use a second popsicle mold.)
  • Once the popsicles are frozen, run some warm water over the molds to loosen the popsicles. Remove the popsicles and enjoy them immediately.

Nutrition Facts

Calories: 172kcalCarbohydrates: 17gProtein: 1gFat: 1gSaturated Fat: 1gSodium: 6mgPotassium: 99mgFiber: 1gSugar: 15gVitamin A: 72IUVitamin C: 1mgCalcium: 10mgIron: 1mg
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  • Sabrina at

    wow, what a wonderful idea! love how this looks, great party serving size too! Love this, so fun, thank you for this!

  • Brittany at

    so pretty 🙂

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Thanks, Brittany!

      xo Michael

  • Bev at

    Your molds don’t look like the ones you suggested on Amazon?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I just doubled checked the link and those are exactly the ones I used. Maybe it’s showing you something different … I’m not sure?

      xo Michael

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