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10 of the Best Boozy Popsicles to Make This Summer

Six, red alcoholic Popsicles.

Move aside Jell-O shots; boozicles are the latest summertime trend to cool down on a hot day. While ice pops are typically a favorite childhood treat, they can taste even better when you’re an adult. Here are 10 of the best spiked Popsicles around.

Obviously, when you’re making boozicles, you should keep them out of the reach of children. The sweetness of the following concoctions can really mask the alcohol content.

Boozy Firecracker Popsicles

Boozy firecracker Popsicles are the perfect treat to make for your Fourth of July celebration. If you already love those famous firecracker pops, with their flavored layers of lemon, cherry, and blue raspberry, then you’ll treasure these, too.

Made with Smirnoff red, white, and berry-flavored vodka, you’ll learn to re-create these delights and enjoy them with all your grown-up friends.

Get the Recipe: Elle Talk

Miami Vice Popsicles

Three Miami Vice Popsicles sitting on a plate surrounded by strawberries.
The Beach House Kitchen

Miami Vice cocktails are one of the most satisfying summertime beverages—especially when enjoyed with a view of the ocean. Well, now you can have these delicious coconut-and-strawberry-flavored treats in a Popsicle.

Enjoy a piña colada and strawberry daiquiri combined into one refreshing dream. We must caution you: these are highly addictive.

Get the Recipe: The Beach House Kitchen

Strawberry Mojito Pops

These refreshers are perfect for all you mojito lovers out there. Each Popsicle has chopped strawberries, rum, lime juice, and, of course, the characteristic mint leaves. Enjoy these cooling creations on the next hot day.

Get the Recipe: Delish

Raspberry Gin Fizz Popsicles

Four Raspberry Gin Fizz Popsicles sitting on ice, surrounded by mint leaves and raspberries.
No Spoon Necessary

These gin fizz Popsicles have been shared a few thousand times, and it’s no wonder; they’re delicious! Filled with frozen raspberries and a hint of mint, each lick (or bite) will have you head-over-heels in love.

If gin is your poison, and you don’t mind a fabulously fruity flair, you’ll love these ice-cold treats.

Get the Recipe: No Spoon Necessary

Irish Cream Fudgesicles

Don’t worry, chocoholics, we didn’t forget about you! Although Popsicles are typically fruity, Fudgsicles are the perfect ice-cream treat on a stick.

So, on our quest for boozy treats, we consider these a necessity for our frozen summertime list.

Get the Recipe: Little Kitchen Big World

Vodka Gummy Bear Popsicles

Four Gummy Bear Popsicles with scattered gummy bears around them.
A Spicy Perspective

These are dangerously delicious and simultaneously adorable. After soaking your gummies in vodka for a day (or three), you’ll have a handful of drunken bears to form the foundation of your pops.

Once these are spiked to your liking, you slowly add layers of gummies and fizzy sprite to your molds. When finished, you’ll have some incredibly cool and addictive boozsicles. Or, is it boozicles? Listen, however you wanna spell it (or sell it), these are delicious.

Get the Recipe: A Spicy Perspective

Blue Lagoon Cocktail Popsicles

Here’s another fun way to make your favorite childhood candy (this time, Swedish Fish) a frozen adult treat! You freeze your Fish with bright blue curacao liqueur, sweet polar blast Hawaiian punch, and tart lemonade.

As your Popsicle slowly disappears with each lick, you’ll eventually get to the surprise center. Talk about delicious!

Get the Recipe: Boulder Locavore

Frozen Strawberry Margarita Popsicles

Four Frozen Strawberry Margarita Popsicles, with some limes and strawberries scattered nearby.
Stay Snatched

Replace your favorite summertime cocktail with these five-ingredient ice pops. You use your favorite brand of tequila, and some orange and lime juice to create these frosty little concoctions.

You can also add some salt or sugar (whichever you typically add to your rim) and sliced strawberries as an infused garnish. If you’re not a fan of overly sweet cocktails, this one’s for you.

Get the Recipe: Stay Snatched

Pineapple Rum Popsicles

Using only Parrot Bay Coconut Rum and pineapple juice, you can create the simplest (and tastiest) boozicles around. So, if you’re in a Popsicle mood any time soon, enjoy these spiked ice pops.

Get the Recipe: Delicious Everyday

Mango Pineapple Popsicles

Four Mango Pineapple Popsicles in pop bags next to a bowl of sliced mangoes and pineapples.
Living Well Kitchen

Rather than Popsicle molds, you make these frozen treats with some handy pop bags.

This mango-rific recipe uses sliced pineapple, mango, tequila, and lime juice. Yes, they’re addictive, but they’re also delicious and refreshing.

Get the Recipe: Living Well Kitchen

Next time you’re hot and fancy an ice-cold cocktail, use your bartending skills to create one of these spiked treats!

Emilee Unterkoefler Emilee Unterkoefler
Emilee Unterkoefler is a freelance food writer, hiking enthusiast, and mama with over ten years of experience working in the food industry. Read Full Bio »
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