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Strawberry Prosecco Popsicles

Strawberry Prosecco Popsicles

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These grown up popsicles are a fun summer treat, and a playful way to enjoy a cocktail. These bright pink strawberry prosecco popsicles are a refreshing snack on a hot summer day. All you need to prepare these popsicles is strawberries, prosecco, and a popsicle mold. I loved the taste of the pureed strawberries and the frozen prosecco, it was light and it instantly cooled me off on a humid day.

You could mix things up and make mimosa or bellini popsicles. This recipe is the perfect use for any leftovers from a brunch cocktail bar. Instead of letting those half empty bottles of prosecco go flat – just add some juice and make popsicles for later. I might know from experience that these boozy popsicles are the best way to treat a hangover after having a bit too much fun at a summer wedding.

In other news, it has been a very busy week for me (and yes, it is only Tuesday). My husband and I closed on a new home on Friday and moved on Saturday. The Kittchen now has a bigger and better kitchen, and last night I finally got around to stocking the fridge. In addition to moving – Frankenfood aired over the weekend. Things finally feel like they are settling down. I have proved to be the world’s worst packer, but I am the best unpacker, managing to work through every box in just 2 days. Now we are just waiting for cable and internet! Let me know how you feel about a post showing a home tour.

You will need:
1 pint fresh Strawberries
1 bottle of Prosecco

Strawberry Prosecco Popsicles
Step 1:
Slice the stems off the strawberries, and place in a blender. Puree until smooth.

Step 2:
In a large pitcher, mix equal parts strawberry and prosecco. It is important that at least half of the mixture is strawberry, so that the popsicles will freeze.

Step 3:
Slowly pour the mixture into a popsicle mold. The prosecco might bubble over, so go slow.

Step 4:
Place in the freeze and chill until frozen, this will take about 3-4 hours.

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