Sweet, Tart, and Delicious! These turned out wayyyyy better than I thought they would and they were even easier to make than I had imagined. That’s a major win-win! Since Rosé is the wine of the summer, I felt it was only fitting to put it into popsicle form. My mother in law had gotten a random assortment of all natural wines and had way too many bottles of Rosé, so this was a wonderful way to make use of them. I added a few different flavors of lemonade and a dash of gin and limoncello depending on the batch. I even created some mocktail ones for the kids. Now I have a freezer full Frosé Lemonade Popsicles and you could too!
These are not only great for summer, but would make the perfect treat for a bridal shower, bachelorette party, or a girls afternoon poolside. Mix them up the day before, freeze, and enjoy.
- Rosé of your choice, or Welch’s Sparkling Rosé
- 8″ x 2″ Popsicle Bags (the ones from Amazon come with the funnel!)
- Simply Lemonade, I used Original, Strawberry, and Watermelon
- 1 oz bottles Rose Gin, or Pink Limoncello (optional)
- Measuring bowl and cup
Combine the three ingredients in a bowl. I mixed a non-alcoholic batch first for the kids, and then afterwards mixed up the alcoholic batch.
FILL THE BAGS + FREEZE
Using the funnel that comes with the disposable popsicle bags, fill each one to the fill line about a finger below the seal, close and freeze! Most freezers have wire shelves, so I suggest putting them on a baking rack to freeze evenly.
Frosé Lemonade Popsicles
- 1 Bottle Rosé Mocktail version use Welch's Sparkling Rosé
- 2 Cups Lemonade
- 50 ML Gin, or Limoncello
- Combine all three ingredients in your bowl. Split the portions in half if you want to use two different juices.
- Funnel the mixture into your 12 popsicle bags, lay flat, and freeze at least over night.
You may not have a large group that you need to make a batch of these for. But, if you are looking for a refreshing way to use up half of the weekend bottle of Rosé, then whip up a batch for you to enjoy as you read a book in the shade of your patio.