Bellini, Vodka, and Chocolate-Bourbon Popsicles

Fine Cooking

Struggling to come up with a creative idea for a weekend cocktail party? How about an all-frozen event, with boozy popsicles as the signature "drinks"?We've mentioned adding liquor to popsicles before; you can add a splash to any fruit concoction (like these watermelon popsicles). But these recipes from Fine Cooking are more sophisticated.

There are Bellini Pops, with fresh peaches and Prosecco, Lemon-Vodka Cream Pops, and Bittersweet Chocolate-Bourbon Pops, which we think might be our favorite. There's not much alcohol in each pop (two tablespoons of bourbon or vodka for eight pops), so you can try all three...

Be sure to check out the tips on the front pageā€”like making sure your freezer is set to the right temperature and serving the pops in cocktail glasses.

Read the article and get the recipes: Cold Comfort

Related: Recipe Review: Cucumber Ice Pops with Lime & Chile

(Image: Scott Phillps for Fine Cooking)

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