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White Sangria Popsicles

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White Sangria Popsicles are the ultimate boozy popsicle recipe to cool you down this summer. Fresh fruit and a white wine base that freezes up into cute adult popsicles. 

Craving more summer recipes? Try my pina colada boozy poke cake, White Claw slushie, or whip up these cute unicorn jello shots

White Sangria Popsicles

I made up a bigger batch of white sangria the other night. After the end of the night I had some leftover. I didn’t want it to go to waste so I thought why not freeze it. 

I grabbed my popsicle mold and poured my Sangria mix in the molds. Tossed in the freezer and now I have easy grab and go frozen sangria ice pops! 

What If I Don’t Have Popsicle Mold 

If you don’t have a popsicle mold, you have other options to making popsicles. You can buy the small throw away bathroom cups you use for brushing teeth. Just pour some sangria mixture into each cup. 

White Sangria Popsicles

Then use popsicle sticks or even a bigger toothpick or cut down skewer to place in the center. I normally place plastic wrap or aluminum foil over the top and stick it in so it stays in place. 

How Long Does It Take Wine Popsicles To Freeze

Depending on how big your popsicles are and how cold your freezer gets will vary in how fast your wine popsicles freeze. 

I tend to leave them for around 4-6 hours at minimum before I even check on them. If possible allow your wine popsicles to freeze overnight. 

How To Make

Step 1: Loosely fill each popsicle cup with your fruit of choice. I did a different flavor combination in each popsicle.

white sangria popsicles

Step 2: Fill each popsicle with sangria mixture.

white sangria popsicles

Step 3: Insert stick into each mold.

white sangria popsicles

Step 4: Freeze (out of reach of children) for at least 4-6 hours to harden.

Step 5: Enjoy!!!

White Sangria Popsicles

Wine Ice Cubes 

Another thing to consider is making wine ice cubes with the mixture. Just pour mix into an ice cube tray and put a little fruit. Then you can mix this into your drink for added flavor without it watering your drink down as it melts. 

It will just melt into more sangria for you to sip on! 

When To Make Sangria Ice Pops 

You can make these to have as you lounge by the pool soaking up your vitamin D for the day. Or opt to make a batch for an outdoor cookout you are hosting. 

white sangria popsicles

For me there is never a wrong time to make up a boozy popsicle to nibble on. Let the kids eat a fudgesicle or snow cone while you enjoy your sweet treat as well. 

How Can I Make My Sangria Mixture A Bit Sweeter 

If you want your sangria to be a bit sweeter than what it is, add a little bit of brown sugar or even granulated sugar. Stir until the sugar has dissolved. 

This will help to sweeten up the fruit and the overall sangria. So when you pour and freeze your popsicles will taste a bit sweeter with every bite. 

What I recommend doing is taste your sangria by itself and if you like the flavor go ahead and pour into molds. Otherwise add some sweetness before you create your popsicles. 

white wine sangria popsicles

For another tropical treat, try this classic banana poke cake you will LOVE it!!

White Sangria Popsicles

White Sangria Popsicles

White Sangria Popsicles are the ultimate boozy popsicle recipe to cool you down this summer. Fresh fruit and a white wine base that freezes up into cute adult popsicles. 

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Loosely fill each popsicle cup with your fruit of choice. I did a different flavor combination in each popsicle.
  2. Fill each popsicle with sangria mixture.
  3. Insert stick into each mold.
  4. Freeze (out of reach of children) for at least 4-6 hours to harden.
  5. Enjoy!!!

Nutrition Information:

Yield:

10

Serving Size:

1

Amount Per Serving: Calories: 184Total Fat: 1gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 5mgCarbohydrates: 41gFiber: 4gSugar: 32gProtein: 1g

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