14 Boozy Popsicle Recipes

With healthy ingredients and a splash of the good stuff, this childhood classic is all grown up.

The solution to hot summer cocktail hours has been solved: boozy popsicles. Not only are these popsicles a refreshing treat, but they are made with a variety of healthy ingredients to make your happy hour guilt-free. To make these alcohol-infused pops at home, check out the list of 14 recipes below.

1. Watermelon Mint Acai Pops
via Intoxicology 101

These popsicles use VEEV, an acai infused vodka, which is mixed with watermelon, muddled mint, and  lime juice. If you don’t have any popsicle molds, dixie cups and popsicle sticks are great substitutes.

2. White Currant and Cucumber Gin Popsicles
via Meta Mint

This recipe combines reduced white currants, cucumber, and lemon. To get rid of the pulp from the currants, remember to strain after they’ve been reduced.

3. Coconut Mango Rum Popsicles
via Happy Food Healthy Life

With the addition of Greek yogurt, these popsicles have some protein and calcium, while the coconut milk provides a splash of healthy fat. If fresh mangos are unavailable, thawed frozen mangos work well too.

4. Sangria Popsicles
via B. Britnell

These popsicles include a variety of fruits and red wine. Make the most of the summer by using fruits that are in season, such as berries and peaches.

5. Grapefruit and Strawberry Greyhound Poptail
via Endless Simmer

Grapefruit juice, ripe strawberries, and vodka come together for a tart treat. To get the right amount of juice for the recipe, use one pound of grapefruits.

6. Skinny Margarita Popsicles
via Just a Taste

Fresh orange juice gets substituted for triple sec in this margarita popsicle. This easy recipe also uses agave nectar for a natural sweetener.

7. Blueberry Mojito Popsicles
via The Urban Soapbox

Blend together blueberries, mint, agave, sparkling water, and white rum to make these popsicles. If they’re hard to remove from the mold, run it under warm water for a few seconds.

8. Papaya Breeze Poptails
via The View from Great Island

These fruity treats only require two ingredients: papaya and rosé wine. To prepare the papaya, peel it, cut it in half, and scoop out all of the seeds.

9. Boozy Lime, Honey, and Lemongrass Popsicles
via Adventures in Cooking

Coconut milk gives these popsicles a creamy texture while lemongrass provides a zesty flavor. Raw honey is also used to create a healthier simple syrup.

10. Frozen Tangerine Screwdriver
via She Knows

These tangy popsicles get their sweetness from the fresh orange juice. Rather than adding chunks of orange to the popsicles, try using tangerines.

11. Bloody Mary Popsicles
via Endless Simmer

Instead of pre-made tomato juice, this savory favorite is created with juicy tomatoes that are blended with celery and a variety of spices. To kick up the heat, add 1/2 teaspoon rather than a 1/4 teaspoon of chili powder.

12. Basil Mint Citrus Mojito Popsicles
via Practically Functional

For a citrus popsicle that’s low in sugar, try this recipe. Orange, lime, and lemon are freshly-squeezed and combined with a pinch of sugar, rum, mint, and basil for an earthy element.

13. Boozy Beet and Apple Popsicles
via Rosemarried

Make your own beet vodka by infusing raw beets in a jar of vodka and letting it sit for a couple of days. To make the popsicles, simply stir all of your ingredients together in a bowl or pitcher and pour into the molds.

14. Spiked Almond Milk Popsicles
via The Chalkboard

These creamy popsicles use ROOT, an alcoholic tea made with earthy spices, such as sassafras. The addition of cinnamon creates a sweet flavor without any added sugar.