30 Boozy Popsicle Recipes To Beat The Summer Heat

As a kid, there was nothing better than an ice cold popsicle from the local ice cream man to cool you down during those hot summer days. Well into our adulthood, not much has changed. Give us that same mouth-watering popsicle, add a little booze to the mix, and you’ve got yourself a grown-up happy camper.

The best part is, virtually any cocktail can be transformed into a frozen treat, in a matter of hours. And you thought your favorite cocktails couldn’t get any better. We’ve scoured the web, high and low, to find only the best of the best boozy cocktail popsicle recipes. From liquor-laced French 75 popsicles to a frozen Rum and Coke on a stick and of course plenty to choose from for you beer lovers out there (that includes us), our list of the 30 best alcohol infused popsicles is sure to make this summer a whole lot more fun.

Mint Julep Popsicles

Mint Julep Popsicles

There’s not a ton of ingredients in a Mint Julep. So getting the ratios right for this concoction was of the utmost importance. This perfect blend of water, sugar, mint and bourbon yields 8-10 pops of pure goodness. [Recipe]

Red Wine Fudgesicles

Red Wine Fudgesicles

Two of the greatest creations come together in one treat. Toss red wine, dark chocolate chips and skim milk into a small simmering pot, and out comes enough mix for 4-6 popsicles. [Recipe]

Watermelon Mint Tequila Popsicles

Watermelon Mint Tequila Popsicles

Helping you fuse the memories of watermelon eating contests during your childhood to the endless tequila shot evenings of your early adulthood, this classic fruity creation is sure to draw up plenty of nostalgia. [Recipe]

French 75 Popsicles

French 75 Popsicles

Similar to the popular Tom Collins, French 75 blends gin with champagne, lemon juice, and sugar. And while we prefer the original gin spirit for this frozen cocktail treat, many have raved about substituting it with cognac. [Recipe]

Bourbon Butterscotch Latte

Bourbon Butterscotch Latte

Taking coffee, cream, bourbon, butterscotch, and throwing it all in a blender, this is a great popsicle for a midday pickup. There’s nothing like day drinking. [Recipe]

Lemon Pale Ale

Lemon Pale Ale

We were already looking for a reason to consume more beer this summer, and this recipe keeps us on track with our goals. It calls for Pike Brewing Naughty Nellie (for its hoppy, grapefruit and citrus-infused flavor profile), but we imagine getting creative with the beer choice could net some incredible results. [Recipe]

Mudslide On A Stick

Mudslide On A Stick

For those looking to get your creamy alcohol fix, this is for you. It calls for vanilla yogurt, a banana, grated chocolate and 3 types of alcohol including vodka, Kahlua and Bailey’s Irish Cream. [Recipe]

Avocado Lime Tequila Popsicles

Avocado Lime Tequila Popsicles

Okay, it may be a bit oddly colored, but trust us, it’s delicious. This was one of the few recipes we were skeptical about trying, but the end result was well worth the effort. Pro Tip – invest in quality avocados. [Recipe]

Peach Bourbon Lemonade Popsicles

Peach Bourbon Lemonade Popsicles

We love bourbon, we love peaches, and we love lemonade. So this is a win, win, win, all across the board. [Recipe]

Corona Popsicles

Corona Popsicles

In might be a couple weeks late for Cinco de Mayo, but do we really need a reason to craft some mouth watering popsicles made from Mexican gold? We think not. [Recipe]

Pomegranate Merlot Popsicles

Pomegranate Merlot Popsicles

After coming to terms with the fact that she is obsessed (only slightly) with boozy popsicles, Stephanie at 52 Kitchen Adventures decided it was time for yet another stellar recipe – this genius concoction is the result. [Recipe]

Vodka Gummy Bear Pops

Vodka Gummy Bear Pops

Now this is a real blast from the past – gummy bears. Not that we ever got sick of them in the first place, but we can’t think of any way to rekindle our love for the sugary snack than to freeze it alongside some vodka and Sprite. [Recipe]

Cherry Apple Whiskey Sour Popsicles

Cherry Apple Whiskey Sour Popsicles

The Whiskey Sour is one of our all time favorite whiskey cocktails, and we have to say we are huge fans of this frozen interpretation as well. [Recipe]

Costa Rican Watermelon Mojito Popsicles

Costa Rican Watermelon Mojito Popsicles

Nothing says summer time quite like watermelon and mojitos, so this one is basically a no-brainer. Made with watermelon, lemon juice, white rum, simple syrup and Spearmint leaves, it’s sure to leave you refreshed. [Recipe]

Beer Float Popsicles

Beer Float Popsicles

For the darker beer enthusiasts who enjoy a good stout, this will leave you begging for more. Just imagine a popsicle root beer float, then swap out the root beer for chocolate stout, and you’ve got yourself a delicious adult treat. [Recipe]

Papaya Breeze Poptail 1

Papaya Breeze Poptail

Using equal parts rose wine and ripe papaya, this recipe has summer time written all over it. You will need a good blender, or preferably a food processor to extract all the goodness from this one though. [Recipe]

Coconut Ice Pops

Coconut Ice Pops

Growing up in New Jersey, Brandon was infatuated with Coconut Ice Pops sold by the Jersey Shore ice cream man. Now he’s created an adult version of the beloved pop, complete with a dash of spiced rum. [Recipe]

Limoncello Pops

Limoncello Pops

Inspired by her travels through Italy, Sommer developed the perfect recipe to enjoy a little slice of Italy at home. [Recipe]

Honeydew Cucumber Margarita Popsicles 1

Honeydew Cucumber Margarita Popsicles

Get your tequila fix with none of the drunk-dial regrets typically associated with your binge margarita drinking. [Recipe]

Dirty Pirate

Dirty Pirate

The classic Coke and rum cocktail, but in frozen format. Replace the old regular rum with some spiced rum, and you’re in business. [Recipe]

Maple Brown Derby Cocktail Pops

Maple Brown Derby Cocktail Pops

Named after the famous Los Angeles diner, the classic bourbon cocktail is a pleasant blend of both sweet and sour. Typically they combine grapefruit juice with honey syrup, but this recipe substitutes maple syrup instead – and it’s perfection. [Recipe]

Pina Colada Popsicles

Pina Colada Popsicles

Pina Coladas are pretty much slightly melted popsicles in a glass, so it only makes sense that we’d eventually put one on a stick and call it day. Plus they’re one of the easiest alcoholic popsicles to whip up. [Recipe]

Roasted Strawberry Red Wine Popsicles

Roasted Strawberry Red Wine Popsicles

Being on an intense berry kick, Pastry Affair’s Kristin Rosenau decided to channel that focused energy into a new frozen treat. Strawberries roasted in sugar and balsamic vinegar and sweet red wine – is your mouth watering yet? [Recipe]

Creamy Margarita Popsicles 1

Creamy Margarita Popsicles

Like many of the other margarita popsicles on the list, but this one cleverly uses a tequila as the base. [Recipe]

Blueberry Basil Martini Pops 1

Blueberry Basil Martini Pops

Most people would give up after a failed attempt Raspberry Margarita Pops, but not Barb over at Creative Culinary. She got right back at it, and created an even tastier in recipe. [Recipe]

Baileys Poptails 1

Baileys Poptails

There’s been no shortage of fruity offerings on the list, but what if you’re looking for something a bit more creamy? We’ve got you covered – heavy cream, milk, instant coffee, sugar, vanilla extract, sea salt and of course, Baileys Irish Cream. [Recipe]

Bloody Mary Popsicles

Bloody Mary Popsicles

The ultimate pick me up, hangover fighting cocktail makes its way to frozen form. Best served when you’re rolling out of bed midday after “one of those nights.” [Recipe]

Blackberry and Chevre Popsicle

Blackberry & Chevre Popsicle

Goat cheese in a popsicle may sound a bit insane (at least it did to us). But Jerry James Stone over at Cooking Stone proved that thinking outside of the box is almost always a good thing. [Recipe]

Tequila-Spiked Mango Popsicles with Chile

Tequila-Spiked Mango Popsicles with Chile

Reminiscent of those chile covered Mexican pops we love so much, this title was impossible to write without our salivary glands going into overdrive. [Recipe]

Basil Mint Citrus Mojito Popsicles

Basil Mint Citrus Mojito Popsicles

We couldn’t think of a better way to conclude this collection than with the refreshing taste of a mojito infused with basil and mint leaves. We’d recommend actually squeezing the fruits (oranges, lemon and lime) rather than opting for juice – it’s much fresher this way. [Recipe]

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